I'd like to put Intuition (or some other brand of thermofit liner) into my next custom ski boots. There seems to be two main styles, a double overlap and tongue style liners. In your experience or opinion, would one style tend to fit skiers with huge calves better than the other?
I've never tried an overlap style liner and I'm not sure how it would fit. If the boot fitter doesn't stock both types to try on or doesn't have an opinion which way should I be leaning? I'm a male, alpine skier with 18" circumference calves. Even after my boot fitter cuts the shell cuff down and/or flares it, my calves are still likely to be more than 12" around at the top of the shell. This will probably be for a size 27, Atomic B110 boot (unless the shop finds something that fits my feet even better).