Closed-cell EVA foam is known for its ability to hold a mold. That means after having your liners heat molded, it won’t start to return to a former shape and crowd your feet. The foam is also warmer than some other liner materials and is very dense which helps in high-performance skiing. All Intuition liners are made with specially formulated close-cell EVA foam, which is why they are often the first choice for pro skiers. The Pro Tour is an Intuition foam liner with flex zones to improve articulation in touring boots.
- Uniform cell structure traps gasses for the highest quality memory foam.
- Patented foam without fillers is lighter than traditional sewn or injected liners.
- Ankle flex zone increase comfort and range of motion when skiing uphill.
- Integrated lacing system securely wraps your foot to help avoid blisters.
- Liners can be reheated several times and will still retain their shape.
- Available with three thickness ratings: low, medium, high volume*.
* Please note stock is the medium volume version if not noted otherwise. The Low Volume version is a bit thinner and weighs 22g less in size 26.
Questions & Reviews
Looking to get a new Intuition liner for a pair of 26.5 Atomic Hawx Ultra XTD. Wondering if I should go size 26 or 27 liner, LV or MV? Skinny ankles, and my toes are pretty snug against the front of the boot in the stock liners . . . Any advice very welcomed! Thanks again.
I am sorry to hear that you have had some issues with your Intuition Pro Tour Liners! Reach out to email@example.com with an email that includes some photos of the velcro area, and we can discuss some potential solutions.
I’m trying some Intuition pro tours in TLT 8 boots but am noticing the cuff volume is too large for the buckle. Can that be changed through heat molding? I assume so but the foam is so dense up top. Thanks!
You can certainly get some more room in the cuff through heat molding. However, the Intuition Pro Tour Medium Volume is a lot higher volume in the cuff than the Stock TLT8 liner, and may not compress enough. If you got the Medium Volume, it may be worth going to the Low Volume. If you would like any other liner suggestions, reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org!
I'm in between these and the Paulo liners. My boot size is 24.5
I have a pair of dynafit One (PU)AT boots in 28.0. They are a pretty big fit with about 1-1/4” (just under two fingers) behind the heel. I’m looking to replace the stock liners and take up a little more room in the forefoot and thought the Intuition Pro Tour med would be a good choice. But I’m noticing you are often recommending the Palau liner. ? My leg is kind of large at the top of the boot.
I have a new pair of the Intuition liners used in the previous version of the Maestrale RS. I tried these on in my Hawx XTD 130 and they are a very snug fit. I noticed that the sole of the Scarpa Intuition liners are much thicker than the Intuitions from the factory. Would you think there’d be a difference going with the Intuition Pro Tour vs the Scarpa? Note, I have heat molded the Scarpa Intuition liner.
Without knowing the specifics of your current fit in the boot, I am hesitant to recommend a specific liner. Send an email to email@example.com about the current fit of your boot, mentioning areas that are snug, areas that need more space, and anything else that you think would be helpful, and we would be happy to proceed from there!
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Thanks for the question! We find that the Palau Tour Lite Pro Liners are a better replacement for the Fischer Travers CS boot. The Intuition Pro Tour liners may alleviate the hot spot, but will take up more room and change both the fit as well as the walk mode feel. You can always email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for a more in depth look at your specific situation!
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