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Rossi thermo fit boot linings

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I just purchased a pair of used Rossignol Soft boots with Thermo Fit liners. I haven't found a source for information about how to fit the Thermo Fit liners. Any thoughts?

Thanks,

Brian Handly
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Any ski shop should have the heaters used to warm the thermofit liners. I don't believe you have to use a Rossi heater. I did my Nordica's with another brand heater and it worked fine.
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just ski them,

a few hours skiing does the same thing, all the heating does is speed up the pack out of the boot for the first day or so ... nothing magic
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I did my last Rossi Thermofits in my oven at 200 degrees for six minutes, then strap in and wear them for 20 mintues. Make sure you padd around the toes or wear cut off socks to make some room for your toes.

There is a video on the web that demosntrates this but I can't find it at the moment. Anyone else have it? I think it was called 'Cooking with Big Tom".

Anyway, it worked like a charm.
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