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post #91 of 98

Last comment on the liners/boots.Bottom line is I ski now without even thinking about my feet which is how you want it to be. Love the liners and new boots, great fit. Happy turms to all!

 

The Bach

post #92 of 98
Bump.
Love to hear an update from delibrate1 or the bachelor about how their intuitions have worked out.smile.gif
post #93 of 98

I'd love to know if Intuition has put these liners in their product line for sale.

post #94 of 98

A Plug liner v2 is still a no-show.  Anyone have an inside line on what's happening?

post #95 of 98

I love the Intuition FX Race Liners I put in my Raptor RS 120 boots. The combination of fit-performance-comfort/warmth is excellent. I did have help from a boot fitter in heating and fitting the Liner, worked great after that and needed no other adjustments. Lovem

post #96 of 98
I haVe the saMe boots, raptor RS 120. Right now the FD and HD are in short supply from what the web site states. I live in southern NH and there really isn't a boot fitter who works with intuitions nearby. I was hoping the V2s which don't require the heating process and are supposed to have less foam under the foot to better accommodate footbeds would do the trick, but from your (the bachelor) comments above, the V2 was too big for your Raptors. Funny, I thought it would be the opposite.
post #97 of 98
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Originally Posted by skinnydog View Post

I haVe the saMe boots, raptor RS 120. Right now the FD and HD are in short supply from what the web site states. I live in southern NH and there really isn't a boot fitter who works with intuitions nearby. I was hoping the V2s which don't require the heating process and are supposed to have less foam under the foot to better accommodate footbeds would do the trick, but from your (the bachelor) comments above, the V2 was too big for your Raptors. Funny, I thought it would be the opposite.


Here's the operative quote from one of my posts; "The new 2.0 Liner (Luxury) Liner has way too much liner in the cuff/ankle area and was not even close to being usable in the Raptor 120RS, note that it fit great in my old RossiK boots, which have more volume." That's how it worked for me, it wasn't about the thinness of the sole it was about the very large volume difference in the "cuff/ankle" area.

 

 

post #98 of 98
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Originally Posted by skinnydog View Post

I haVe the saMe boots, raptor RS 120. Right now the FD and HD are in short supply from what the web site states. I live in southern NH and there really isn't a boot fitter who works with intuitions nearby. I was hoping the V2s which don't require the heating process and are supposed to have less foam under the foot to better accommodate footbeds would do the trick, but from your (the bachelor) comments above, the V2 was too big for your Raptors. Funny, I thought it would be the opposite.

I got my Intuituions from Lionel at Happy Tunes in Carrabassett Valley (near Sugarloaf). He is really good!
 

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