I just got some boots. The shell seems to fit but the intuition liner is tight. My toes are pressed up against the end. Will these liners stretch when molded? I've tried to find an answer to this but I can't get a consistent answer online. Thanks
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They will compress where they need to and expand where they need to, if you mold them correctly.
So I don't need to get a new pair of boots but rather have them molded correctly? In the intuition guide, it says don't mold them if they are tight
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Also some Intuition liners are designed to be heated, which speeds things up ( a dense Intuition can take a whole season without heat); a couple like the Dreamliner don't need heat (but still expect them to keep molding for 20-30 days IME). If you get yours heated, you'll want toe caps (even two if toe space is an issue). Also, the liners will fit better down the line if you get any shell work done prior to heating the liner. Good luck.
I probably couldnt ski them a little before. They are too tight in length. Width is fine but length is too tight and would probably hurt.