If Febreeze is no longer a match for your liners, it may be time for a replacement. It’s also time if you’ve ripped out the tongue, completely worn them through at the rivets, or packed them out beyond recognition. Look for replacement Dynafit liners here, all of which are thermo-moldable (TF) so may even fit other boots.
Dy.N.A. EVO – Race liners are thin and some of the first to wear out. The EVO liners fit in the PDG and DyNA boots and feature very flexible ankles. Some folks have even put them in TLTs in order to fit in smaller (and lighter) shells.
PDG – Slightly thicker race liners found in the Dynafit PDG boots.
TLT7 Custom Light - The lighter liners found in the TLT7 Performance and Carbonio boots. 100% thermomoldable.
Hi, What is the warmest liner for Dynafit Khion? My foot is 265, and the liner i have now is original from dynafit 270, it is very cold after -10C Many thanks Ari
Ari, this would be your best and warmest replacement for the Khion. Palau Power LT
looking for some lighter weight, more breathable liners-currently in the TLT7 expedition with the CR liners. I have a pretty good fit right now in the boot for performance and warmth for winter, but wouldnt mind a little more room in the toes for all day/multi-day tours. Should I go for the CL or perhaps the palau ultralight performance? My heel hold is great in the CR, but wouldnt mind more toe room, so curious if the overlap design of the ultralights will keep good heel hold despite being thinner. Also, I am in a 27, if you recommend the CL should I choose the 27.5? is it actually a slightly thinner liner, or just the same as a 27 with a different number stamped on it. Thanks for the help
Hi Anthony, given what you've described I would suggest the TLT7 CL liner. It's a little thinner which will buy you some room, but you'll want to have to professionally molded with a nice sized toe cap to get all of the toe room possible. I would suggest going with the 27.5 size in case it's made with just a little extra length.
I am looking for a replacement liner for my women’s TLT6 CR. What would you recommend? Is there a difference between the men’s liners and the women’s liners. I ask as I am not seeing any women’s specific liners offered.
Hi Lynn, there usually isn't a huge difference, especially after they get molded. Sometimes a women's liner will have a dip in the calf area. Depending on your fit the boot, the TLP liners might be a good fit. Send us an e-mail if you want to talk specifics!
Trace, I've read elsewhere on this site that the Palau TLP liner is similar to the thinner Dynafit CL liner. I want a thicker liner like the CR. Could you please clarify which liner (Palau, Intuition, etc.) would be the best replacement for the CR? Thanks, Andy.
Hey Andy! Doh! Sorry about that, I misread. Yes, you are correct, the Palau Tour Lite is most similar to the CL Liner. Something more along the lines of the CR liner is the Intuition Pro Tour which will definitely suck up a bit more volume in the foot than the Palau Tour Lite. The cuff on the Pro Tour is big and burly though, so keep that in mind. The LV version is more of a direct replacement liner whereas we tend to use the MV (standard) liner as a way to eat up a bunch of volume, which may work in your favor in this instance.
Hi Nikolay, yes the CL is a thinner liner and is not as warm as the CR. Your fit may be affected, as there will be a bit more volume in the boot with a thinner liner. There isn't a big difference between the 27 & 27.5, especially after some skiing.
Hey Mike, Yes a 28.5 PDG liner would work as a replacement for the TLT5 liner. The PDG liner is a little thinner in the toe box area than TLT5 was. If that would cause a fit problem, try the same size in the TLT6 CL liner.
September 2017 now ... I have the same Dynafit Boot as Mike TLT-5 307mm shell ... looking for a 28.5 liner. Is the 28.5 PDG liner going to be available this year? Any other recommendations? Thanks Don