|When I cooked these at the shop, they used one of those neoprene toe caps and I still have very little volume in the toe box.
Previously by ski_steep:
|So I cooked these last night at home. Did my homework- made a toe cap, used some toe spacers, etc. I cooked them for about ten minutes in a regular oven at 200 degrees.
: Have the liners been cooked once or twice? If they were cooked at a ski shop just take them back and get the toe and instep issues addressed. There will likely be no charge for the work and no risks involved. If you cooked them yourself, you can probably spot heat them with your foot in the liner and additional material as described by L7 but you need to be patient if your are using a hair dryer or very careful if you are using anything that will generate more heat while your foot is in the liner.
Although Thermo Flex liners can be used in a lot of different boots, they were initially designed for Raichle Flexons which have a fairly low instep. I'm not a bootfitting expert so I'm not sure how best to address your instep issue but I am sure that it can be addressed as almost all boot issues can be.
Without meaning to sound like a broken record, I would advise that you get the work done right by someone who has done a lot of Themo Flex liners. They are your feet, you don't want skiing to be a painful experience and liners cost $'s. [img]smile.gif[/img]