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Closed-cell EVA foam is known for its ability to hold a mold. That means after having your liners heat molded, they 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 closed-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 increases 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, and high volume*.

* The Low Volume version is a bit thinner and weighs 22g less in size 26. The High Volume is thicker than the Medium Volume liner.

* Sizing: For whole-sized touring boots (e.g. 26.0), order the liner in the same size as your boot. For half sizes (e.g. 26.5), round down for most boot models except those using "SCARPA sizing" (where 26.5 is the same shell as 27.0). For SCARPA boots, round up. If you have questions, you can call or email us at help@skimo.co and we can help find your best liner.

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Questions & Reviews

6/7/2022
Question from Philip Jones
 
What liner is best to replace a Scarpa T1 liner? The liner that came in it is a wrap around and the lining around heal pockets seems to wear out and rip quickly on me.
6/8/2022
Answer from Ian C
 
Hi Philip, this liner in the Medium Volume would be a good replacement for your boots!
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4/12/2022
Question from james
 
i ski in a 24.5 salomon slab mtn and have since 2018, the stock liner is coming apart on the inside, is this the right item to replace it?
i have a pretty tight fit so low volume appears to be what i would want.
4/12/2022
Answer from Jeremy L
 
Thanks for reaching out, James. We think you're spot on with your liner choice. The low volume in a 24 seems like the way.
4/12/2022
Answer from sukhyung s
 
thank you, i ordered a pair. hopefully i dont need to re-heat mold anything.
4/12/2022
Answer from Jeremy L
 
These will break in naturally over a few tours. If you do get any hotspots please know that heat molding these will speed up the process and generally only does good things for the liner and your feet. I hope that helps.
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3/30/2022
Question from Jake
 
My alpine boots are a 24.5 with a nice tight fit. I've been touring in Dynafit Radical 25.5 because I ice climb in them often too, so a bit of room to spend all day in and kick is nice. After two seasons the original liner is getting packed and my toe box and heels are getting pretty loose. I have just more than two fingers in the shell. Should I be looking at the 26HV liner? And if so, when will you have this in stock? Thanks!
3/30/2022
Answer from Zak M
 
Hey Jake, most likely the medium volume Intuition could also work fairly well for you as well. Adding some boot shims to take up some extra volume could also be a good idea!
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3/27/2022
Question from Matt
 
Hi,

I’ve got a pair of Atomic Backland Pro, 26/26.5, and looking to upgrade the liner and footbed. I’ve got a narrow foot and looking for a liner to take up some volume. I’ve got quite a bit of foot movement within the boot even when the boot is cinched as tight as possible. Would you recommend the low or medium volume liner?

I’ve also got a high arch and need a liner recommendation.

Thanks,
Matt
3/28/2022
Answer from Brett S
 
Hey Matt, for this boot most folks would be happiest with a LV. If you have an extreme amount of space to fill, the MV could work (though it would probably need to be thermoformed. For an insole, it sounds like a Green Superfeet would be the best option. It's one of the highest arch types they make, and will also help take up volume.
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3/23/2022
Question from Erik
 
Hi, I have a pair of 2021 Hawx Ultra XTD , size 25.5 with the new Mimic liner.
The problem with the liner is that it gives me blisters on the heel and it's a bit restrictive in the stride while touring.
So I'm looking for a replacement which have laces (to hold the foot and prevent blisters), a little tighter in the heel and a bit more touring friendly. I have a quite narrow heel and low volume foot.
What do you recommend?
3/23/2022
Answer from Ian C
 
Hi Erik, either this liner or the Palau All Tracks Power seem to check your boxes! I would definitely recommend a heat mold on either of these.
3/23/2022
Answer from Erik G
 
Thanks!
If I go with this Intuition, would you recommend high or medium volume?
In the shell, if I stand upright with toes just touching the front, I got about 20 mm clear behind the heel.
3/23/2022
Answer from Brett S
 
Hey Erik, you'd be better off with the medium volume!
3/24/2022
Answer from Erik G
 
Ok great. I was looking in a catalog from Intuition (a couple of years old) and it said "Size up on the half size (ex.: 27.5/9.5 = 28/10)". Does that mean I should have a size 26 liner in a 25.5 boot? Or is this recommendation from a time when they didn't have half sizes?
3/24/2022
Answer from Brett S
 
Hey Erik! Scarpa boots break on the half-size and are subject to the rounding up or down guidelines. Because your boot breaks on the whole size, you can go with the 25. Some folks with lower volume feet have had luck sizing up one size with this liner, though you would want to have it molded.
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3/21/2022
Question from sarah
 
Hi,
I recently switched from an old scarpa tx2 what fit me like a glove to a scarpa TXPro. Though the calves are tight, my feet feel like they are just sloshing around in the txpro. I have a narrow, low volume foot with a high arch. size 25. Would a high volume liner help? which would you recommend?
Thanks Heaps
3/22/2022
Answer from Jeff
 
Sarah, The High Volume would be the ticket for you. I'm not sure how the TX Pro liner and this Intuition cuff compare. But most likely it is even thicker than the liner in your boot. So will be tighter yet.
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3/11/2022
Question from Oliver K
 
Hi,
I have a Scarpa Meastrale RS in 26.5 (the white model). It is slightly too large but I needed the size for the width of the foot. In order to get a good hold I need to buckle tight, which results in numbness. I get 3 fingers behind the foot in the shell. Would the HV version help to get a better fit but still coping with the required width for the foot?
Regards,
Oliver
3/11/2022
Answer from Tristan M
 
Hi Oliver,

Based on your 3 finger shell fit, it sounds like you are about a shell size too big. If you are looking to salvage your current boots, an Intuition Pro Tour HV is your best bet. You may need to very aggressively heat mold the lateral foam in order to preserve the current last width, or maybe even punch the shell. However, taking up excess space in a boot with a thicker liner is merely a band-aid, as the liner will eventually pack out, and you will be back to square one.

In the future, I would avoid sizing up to achieve the correct width, as you will end up with a less than ideal fit. Instead, I would choose a boot with the appropriate last width in the correct size. Additionally, freeride boots can generally hold a punch well, so a skilled boot fitter could help you get some additional last width. If you have any further questions, feel free to reach out to help@skimo.co!
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3/7/2022
Question from Eric Noll
 
Hello - I have a pair of Radical Pro boots in 25.5. I'm looking at getting a pair of the Pro Tour liners to snug up the fit. My heel sits snugly, but it's a little looser than I'd like on the outside of my ankles. I also have skinny calves, so am cranking the upper buckles and power strap pretty tight. I'm wondering if these will help achieve a tighter fit, particularly at the outside of my foot and calves? How does the MV compare to the thickness of the stock liner? Would it be advisable to go up to the HV to get the fit I'm seeking? Thanks for your help.
3/8/2022
Answer from Zak M
 
Hey Eric, the Intuition Pro Tour Medium Volume Liner would be a fair amount thicker than the stock liner that comes with the Dynafit Radical Pro boot. I would say the Medium volume would be a good place to start off, but it really just depends on how much volume you need to take up. You could also try some Drop in foot beds to help take up some volume in the heel pocket if you don't already have some in your boots.
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2/24/2022
Question from Quenten
 
I recently got the Dynafit Radical Pro in my normal size of 25.5. The shop molded the liners with toe caps and did some shell work over my instep. Using a drop in footbed. Boots are pretty good and I love how they walk and ski. Problem is that my toes are still very scrunched. Shell fit is just over one finger. Would an after market liner help? Would one these in a 26 LV work?
2/24/2022
Answer from Brett S
 
Thanks for reaching out, Quenten. Compared to the stock Radical Pro liner, an Intuition Pro Tour will offer just a bit more room in the toe, but not much. If you're on the closer side to a one-finger fit, it may be worth having a reputable shop stretch the boot with a hydraulic press!
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2/21/2022
Question from Curtis
 
Hey,

I have a size 28.5 Dynafit TLT 6 with about 1.5 fingers behind the heel in a shell fit. Intuition would recommend a 29 MV pro tour, does that sound right?

Thanks,
Curtis
2/22/2022
Answer from Ian C
 
Hey Curtis, the MV Pro Tour is pretty thick and best paired with beefier boots. I would try the LV version or a different lower volume liner such as the Palau Tour Lite Pro Evo. Palau makes the liners for many Dynafit boots so you may find they fit better.
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2/21/2022
jtack (downright abused product)
 
I’m probably one hundred plus days in on these liners, and thought I’d update my earlier review. I probably would not buy any other liners. Pretty warm, super comfortable, yet when you need it, clamp them down and they give me all the power I need. As mentioned they are a little fat in the cuff, ( power to the edge). I have another pair of TLT6’s with shot liners, this is what they will get.

One other thing, the folks at skimo never fail to impress me with their outstanding service. For example the last time I called with a should have figured it out myself question, I could tell the person who took the call was super busy, but they insisted on holding my hand till my; should have figured it out myself problem was solved.
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2/21/2022
Question from Philip Derrow
 
I just bought a pair of Atomic Hawx 130 Prime XTD size 26/26.5 and my shop doesn’t sell Intuition liners. I love my intuition ProWrap liners for my regular alpine boots. What’s the best liner and size for my touring boots
2/21/2022
Answer from Julieana
 
Hey Phillip, I have the Atomic Hawx 130 and used the Medium Volume Pro Tour option and felt it was an extremely appropriate pairing. If you want a snugger fit, the medium volume is the way to go, if you need a little space, go with the low volume. A size 26 liner will be the correct one for your 26.5 boot.
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2/11/2022
Question from rick w
 
I have a pair of Scarpa Maestrale version 1.0 (orange and black) 314mm sole. I need to replace the boot liners and considering the Intuition Pro Tour. The liners are well worn and any size information has been warn off except the numbers on to of the tongue, 275-10609-501/1. My foot is 102 waist with a high arch.
What size and volume liner do you recommend, a 27 LV or 28 MV ?
2/12/2022
Answer from Brett S
 
Thanks for reaching out, Rick. If you have a tight "finger" fit, go with a 28.0 LV. If you have a looser "finger and half-fit," go with a 28MV.
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1/30/2022
Question from Christian Thompson
 
Hi, I have the Scarpa F1 LT in a 28, which is slightly large. The 27 was very tight. I went on my first tour with the boots, about 10 miles and they were very comfortable, however, my heel does slip significantly when in walk mode. Would the medium volume version of this liner help with the heel slip and add a bit of warmth?
1/31/2022
Answer from Zak M
 
Hey Christian, adding a thicker higher volume liner could help some. You could also looking into adding some Boot Shims or a number of different Superfeet options depending on what fits your arch to take up some volume.
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1/30/2022
Question from Shane Knowles
 
Would the medium volume be to much for a scarpa F1 replacement?
1/30/2022
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Shane, the lower might work depending on your foot, but note the cuff is pretty thick which may make it hard to close the buckle strap.
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1/27/2022
Question from Max
 
Hi! I was wondering the proper intuition liners to replace the ones on my Salomon MTN lab boots (27). Pretty normal feet, would like something to increase the stiffness while not sacrificing too much on the up.
1/27/2022
Answer from Zak M
 
Hey Max, while the Medium Volume 27 could work it may be a bit of a tight fit depending on how tight the boots are fitting you overall. We won't have the low volume Intuition Pro Tour in stock currently but I could also sign you up for an email notification that will alert you when we get more in stock!
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1/22/2022
Question from Christof
 
What size of these should I get for a size 26.5 Salomon MTN Lab shell. Stock liner worked well for me, apart from some minor heel lift when touring longer distances.
1/22/2022
Answer from Brett S
 
Thanks for reaching out, Christof. Go for the "26." If you have a ~finger and a half-fit, go for the medium volume. If you're in a tight one-finger fit, go for the low volume. Please let us know if you have any other questions.
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12/13/2021
Question from Joe Leadville
 
I have a pair of first-gen Tecnica Zero G Tour Pro, 26.5, and would like new liners. The stock liners fit my feet fine but I need to take up room from the ankle up; what do you recommend?
12/14/2021
Answer from Will M
 
Hey Joe,

Thanks for reaching out! I recently swapped my stock Zero G Tour Pro liners for some Palau Power LT Liners and they've been working incredibly well for me. I found them to offer more heel hold and take up some ankle space. Plus, they moderate temperature very well!

For my 27.5 shells, I went with 27.5 liners.
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12/12/2021
Question from Brad
 
HI! I have some pretty old Scarpa T2 shells, but they are still in decent shape. I can't stand slipping around inside of them anymore, so I want to replace my liners. The originals have a velcro strap sewn into the top of them that tightens everything up and secures the top of the shell tongue. I cannot find any replacement liners that seem to have this feature. Do they come like this anymore or is that something I can add as a separate part? Thanks!
12/13/2021
Answer from Will M
 
Hey Brad,

I'm not aware of any liners that have this incorporated into the cuff however Intuition does make an accessory strap that works in the same fashion. Only issue is that it looks like they're currently out of stock!
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11/22/2021
Question from Nicholas H
 
I need a new liner for my Zero G’s, I am considering both the Scarpa Pro Flex Performance and the Intuition Pro Tour Liner. Obviously they are both made by Intuition but what are the actual differences between the two, and would either be a good mach for the Zero G’s if I wanted to reduce the over all volume some?
11/22/2021
Answer from Ian C
 
Hi Nicholas, they are pretty similar and either could work well for your Zero Gs if you heat mold them. The Intuition Pro Tour is probably the thickest, most substantial liner we carry. One thing to note is that we have limited sizes in either of those models right now; check out the Palau Power LT as another heat moldable option!
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