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Intuition "Performance" Liners

post #1 of 7
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Levelninesports sells a liner it calls the "performance" liner. http://www.levelninesports.com/Intuition-Liners-Performance-Wrap-(Thermo) 

 

Is anyone familiar as to where in Intuitions line up they fall? Looks like their "original" powerwrap. I'm just not to sure, based on the price.

post #2 of 7

I would guess this one -

 

 http://www.intuitionliners.com/powerwrap_page.htm

 

Forget the price and read the specs and compare to the Intuition site (it's a copy and paste).  These are probably old inventory they want to move or level 9 gets a better deal than you would thinkth_dunno-1[1].gif

post #3 of 7

not the same as the powerwrap, but pretty damn close according to the guys over at TGR

 

Quote: (from levelnine website)
These are not the high performance liners that most hard core skiers are using. The liners we are selling have a cushioned feel, which is best described as a 'comfort fit.' These will offer better performance than most standard liners, but are not the super-stiff ones that hard core skiers and TGR-types are sporting.
post #4 of 7
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Originally Posted by farmer View Post

not the same as the powerwrap, but pretty damn close according to the guys over at TGR

 

Quote: (from levelnine website)
These are not the high performance liners that most hard core skiers are using. The liners we are selling have a cushioned feel, which is best described as a 'comfort fit.' These will offer better performance than most standard liners, but are not the super-stiff ones that hard core skiers and TGR-types are sporting.


That quote from levelnine is what was throwing me off.  For skiing with my family, "comfort fit" is fine.
 

post #5 of 7
Thread Starter 

Got these in this week. Home baked, and feel great (at least in the living room).

post #6 of 7
Sweet. Toe cap? Toe shim? Did you leave the buckles loose or buckle 'em up 2 notches?
post #7 of 7
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I had some old caps from Intuition. With very thin socks, and on the second notch of 2 out of 3 buckles. I have really thin shins, so I barely latched the top buckle. The main reason I was getting these is the previous fitter had overtightened the upper cuff on the stock Id liners, when molding. Compressed it way too much and I could never really get the volume back by reheating those.

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