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Krypton Pro Stock Liner?

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Just picked up a new pair of new 07-08 Dalbello Krypton Pro's. They are the ones with the stock TrueFit liner not the Pro ID.

They feel pretty good right out of the box but I'm wondering about people's opinions of the stock liner in these boots? I also picked up a pair of Scarpa Intuition Universal liners and was planning on using them in the Pros. They are this model of Intuition:

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Should I bother fitting the boots with the stock liner or should I move straight to the Intuition? Also, what will the Intuition liner do to the stiffness of the boot. Right now I have them set up with the medium tongues and they feel pretty good.

Thanks in advance for the help.

Mike

Edited by MikeC - 12/23/09 at 7:27pm
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Help Anyone?

Thanks,
Mike
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They feel pretty good right out of the box but I'm wondering about people's opinions of the stock liner in these boots?
usually work out just fine

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Should I bother fitting the boots with the stock liner or should I move straight to the Intuition?
ski them as is and see what, if any problems you have

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Also, what will the Intuition liner do to the stiffness of the boot. Right now I have them set up with the medium tongues and they feel pretty good.
maybe a bit softer with the int liner. but again ski them first and solve problems if they happen, don't just look for problems
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usually work out just fine


ski them as is and see what, if any problems you have



maybe a bit softer with the int liner. but again ski them first and solve problems if they happen, don't just look for problems
Thanks for the advice. I'm not looking for problems, just wondering if the intuition will give me a better fit than the stock liner and don't want to go through the fitting process twice.

Mike
post #5 of 7
Fit is more about shell than liner. Typically if a boot hurts it is a shell problem. If you feel solid in the stock liner use it.

Lou
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Bump.

Any other comments? Going to fit these in the next month or so. Leaning towards going straight to the Intuitions and using the stock liners as a spare pair.

Mike
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Just Last season my wife skied 80 or so days in a brand new pair of men's Krypton Cross boots (25.5) that we got a screaming deal on. My first thought was to take out the stock liners and drop in an intuition power wrap.

But she said the liner was just fine. I performed no work on the liner- other than a custom footbed.

She found them reasonably warm and comfortable.
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