Originally Posted by D(C)
It's not the bootboard I'm talking about... The thing I'm talking about is glued to the sole of the liner and can be removed by heating up the glue and peeling it off...
Hmm...I guess I better try it on somehow...I'm pretty happy with the fit of my R2003, with that foam thingy peeled off the bottom of the liner...I don't know if I'd want any more instep room, given how high it is already... But maybe I could get by without removing the foam thingy...
There is no foam pad glued to the sole of the ZR. My boot is the 2006 WC 150. I did not try the RL1.
Yes, try it. If you do not have a high/very high instep, don't even consider this boot. The instep profile is very important. It is directly related to the quality of the flex and feedback. A boot with a higher instep will offer less control. The area where the instep and lower leg come together is also extremely important. The RL11 was my mistake. Its very high instep was the biggest problem for me. As a result the flex was a disaster. If i skied it, i would have less control. So i did not ski it. IMO it is a great boot for those with high/very high instep.
I found this link: http://www.ginrei.net/lange-L10wc.htm
Unfortunately, you can't see the sole of the liner