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Intuition Pro Tour Liners

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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, 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.

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Questions & Reviews

8/4/2021
Question from Jon
 
Hello skimo! I have a dynafit hoji free in size 28.5. They are a little snug around the end of the foot/toe region with the stock liner but have sufficient room in the back. You guys only have a 29 (low volume) in stock, so I’m wondering if the round up to the 29 from 28.5 will be offset enough by the low volume of the liner so that I have sufficient room in my boot. Thanks!
8/4/2021
Answer from Cole P
 
Hello Jon, thanks for reaching out. I recommend sticking with 28.5 liners, if you went with the 29 you would just add more volume from the liner and may add more pressure. I would suggest compressing the toe box area of the liner to relieve some pressure. The Intuition liner material will be more workable than the stock liners. If you have any more questions or concerns feel free to email us at help@skimo.co.
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4/30/2021
Question from Jeremy
 
Thanks for all the help thus far.

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.
4/30/2021
Answer from Jeremy
 
Follow up on the previous Q - or, would you recommend the Palau Power LT Liners for the Hawx Ultra XTD?

Thanks!
4/30/2021
Answer from Zak M
 
Hey Jeremy, you would want to go with the Low Volume in a 26. You could end up putting a Palau Power LT in as well and that would take up slightly less volume overall. With either of those choices, I would recommend heat molding either of the liners to maximize toe box room too. Let us know if you have any other questions!
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4/2/2021
Question from jeremy
 
Wondering of the Pro Tour Liners come with a home fit kit? Thanks!
4/3/2021
Answer from Zak M
 
Hey Jeremy, the Intuition Pro Tour Liners do not come with the home fit kit. Thanks for reaching out.
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3/31/2021
Question from Laura Talpey
 
Hello, I got the Intuition Pro Tours earlier this season. The velcro connecting the tongue to the liner is already wearing out and when I'm skinning the tongues detach and ride way up. This makes for some pretty slow and frustrating transitions. I otherwise like the liner! Any suggestions??
4/1/2021
Answer from Tristan M
 
Hi Laura,

I am sorry to hear that you have had some issues with your Intuition Pro Tour Liners! Reach out to help@skimo.co with an email that includes some photos of the velcro area, and we can discuss some potential solutions.
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3/22/2021
Question from Molly
 
Hello!
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!
3/22/2021
Answer from Tristan M
 
Hi Molly,

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 help@skimo.co!
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3/19/2021
Question from Shane Sorensen
 
I have a newish pair of Scott Snergy boots 27/28.5. They are a little to roomy. I use them full time area skiing. What liner would you recommend? Thanks
3/20/2021
Answer from Brett S
 
Thanks for your question, Shane. An Intuition Pro Tour would take up the volume nicely. The MV would probably be the most similar to what came stock with your boot (in terms of volume), however, if you're trying to take up a decent amount of space the HV may be the best option. If you have a 28.0/28.5 boot, go with the 28.0. We don't typically stock the HV option, but please feel free to reach out to us at help@skimo.co and we can try to get one in! For more information on Intuition sizing, please click here.
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3/15/2021
Question from Tyler
 
I've got the salomon S Lab x-alps in a size 28.5. Slightly more than 2 fingers of space in the shell. I'm willing to sacrifice a little bit of walkability for a slightly stiffer liner and also have some heel lift. What size and volume would you recommend?
3/16/2021
Answer from Julieana
 
Hey Tyler, if the boot feels a little roomy all around your foot, not just in the length then the medium volume would be the appropriate choice. If the width of the boot currently feels snug you may want to go with the lower volume option.
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2/22/2021
Question from TOD COCHRAN
 
I just bought some Scarpa F1 touring boots, size 28 mondo. Do you recommend the intuition pro tour liners, medium in a 28 for these?

Thanks, Tod
2/22/2021
Answer from Zak M
 
Hey Tod, it really all depends on what you're trying to accomplish with the new liner. If you are trying take up volume in the boot for better downhill performance then the 28 low volume take up some more room but would reduce the range of motion because of the thick cuff on the Pro Tour Liner. The medium volume version is a pretty beefy liner, perhaps maybe a bit too high volume for the F1. Feel free to reach out to us at help@skimo.co with any more in depth boot fitting questions.
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2/17/2021
Question from Rado
 
Hi, will this one fit La Sportiva Sytron boot? The original liner is too spacious in the middle part of the foot and I am hoping that I could use the lacing on the intuition liner to tighten it up and avoid blisters from the liner rubbing against my foot arch. How does the sizing compare to the original liner? Tighter or about the same? Which volume should I get for a tighter fit? Thank you!
2/18/2021
Answer from Brett S
 
Thanks for your question, Rado! The Intuition Pro Tour is an excellent liner, however, for the Sytron a Palau Tour Lite Pro Liner might be the best option. It will take up a bit of volume compared to the stock liners and will preserve the impressive range of motion the Sytron has. If you wanted something a bit burlier and 1mm thicker, the Palau Tour Lite Pro Evo would be a good choice. Please let us know if there is anything else we can do for you!
2/18/2021
Answer from Radoslav K
 
Are the Palau liners in general a better fit for the for the lighter boots? I was hoping that Intuition would offer something like the sock tight liner from original Aliens 1.0 which I loved. If there was something like that and fitting Sytron, I would take that in a heartbeat. Sock tight fit for narrow foot with all the freedom of movement, that's what I am after.
2/18/2021
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Radoslav, correct, Intuition doesn't make a sock, or really any lightweight liner.
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2/17/2021
Question from Keith
 
I have Scott Telemark boots - always have hated the liners. What would you recommend for a replacement liners? I have a 26.5 shell and have a 9.5 USA size foot.

Keith Jensen
2/17/2021
Answer from Julieana
 
Hey Keith, I think these liners in a medium volume thickness and a 26.5 size might be an appropriate replacement liner for you.
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2/16/2021
Question from Alex
 
Hello, what liner would you recommend for the Tecnica Zero G Guide (first generation) size 27.5? , as I have narrow ankles and calf? The original liners got beaten and packed up. Thank you!
2/16/2021
Answer from Jeff
 
Alex, The size 27 Medium sounds like the one for you. Which unfortunately we are out of. The Palau Power LT would be the second best bet.
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2/11/2021
Question from Jason Edelstein
 
I have a narrow foot and low calf volume. I need replacements for my Salomon MTN S/Lab boots. I really love the stock liners but they are beat and I would also like something a bit warmer. How tight do these liners get? My favorite feature about the Salomon liners is the ability to lace them up.
I'm in between these and the Paulo liners. My boot size is 24.5
2/11/2021
Answer from Jeff
 
Jason, For someone with a narrow foot and calf, the Intuition Pro tour is the best. They also are quite warm. These come with laces and you should get the Medium.
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2/9/2021
Question from Gordon
 
Hi skimo,
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.
Thanks.
GP
2/9/2021
Answer from Brett S
 
Thanks for your question, Gordon. Both companies make great liners and they are equally represented amongst the employees here at Skimo Co. If you are looking to take up just a little more space, the medium volume 28.0 Tour Pro Liner would be the way to go. If you are looking to take up a lot of space, the High Volume liner might be worth considering. When compared to the Palau Tour Lite Pro Evo, the Pro Tour will be significantly stiffer. The Palau Tour Lite Pro Evo also will have a lot more room over your calf. Please reach out if you have any other questions!
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2/4/2021
Question from Mitch
 
Hello!

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.
2/5/2021
Answer from Julieana
 
Hey Mitch, I'd say the overall thickness of the Maestrale RS liner is very comparable to the low volume Intuition Pro Tour Liner. The Pro Tour liner might be a touch snugger in the toes and the cuff initially. However, the Maestrale liner is definitely shaped specifically for that boot, so I think the Pro Tours would fit the Hawx XTD better once heat molded.
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2/3/2021
Question from Patrick
 
I am looking for warmer liner to take my Atomic Backland Pro 2020 boot. I purchase a mondo 30 which fits with a 1.5 finger fit. I am hoping to use the boot to take on an expedition and would like to increase the warmth of the boot. I am wondering if a medium volume will work in the boot if I am willing to punch the boot to fit the larger liner. Will this work, or do you recommend something different?
2/3/2021
Answer from Tristan M
 
Hi Patrick,

Without knowing the specifics of your current fit in the boot, I am hesitant to recommend a specific liner. Send an email to help@skimo.co 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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2/1/2021
jtack (used product regularly)
 
I am about 10 day into these liners. Molded them at home in the oven, no recommendations here just follow YouTube advice worked great for me. Tried three other liners, all to low volume for me. These worked perfectly a little fat on the top buckle, but ok. If you have big calves think twice. I have cold injured my feet too many times, so rarely have good things to say about that, but these liners are well above average for warmth. Might make for hot feet for spring/summer skiing. I’m very happy with these so far, would buy again tomorrow.

Here is the real news though, The people at Skimo totally powdered my ass. It simply would not be possible to be more accommodating. I could gush some more but you get the idea. If you need help with what they have, you will love this place.
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1/5/2021
Question from Barrett K
 
Hi, I have a pair of Fischer Travers CS boots, size 29.5. I'm looking to upgrade the liner because the material is too thin and I feel hot spots from the interior rivet of the BOA dial in each boot. Though in general the boot volume with the stock liner is fine for me. What size/volume Pro Tour liner would you recommend for this boot? I was also interested in the Pro Tour "Power Tongue", do you stock those? And if so would the medium volume power tongue work with the low volume liner? Thanks!
1/5/2021
Answer from Patrick C
 
Barrett,

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 help@skimo.co for a more in depth look at your specific situation!
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12/24/2020
Question from Dan Hohl
 
I have a pair of Dynafit PDG's size 26 and unsure if I should order the Low or Medium Volume liner. Do you have any recommendations? The stock liner fits my toes well but I have a fair amount of extra heel space.
12/24/2020
Answer from Julieana
 
Hey Dan, I wouldn't pair any of the Intuition Pro Tour liners with the Dynafit PDG boot. These liners take up a significant amount of space throughout the boot and will dramatically reduce the range of motion in walk mode. If you're looking to snug up the heel I would suggest the Palau Tour Lite Pro Evo Liner. It'll still reduce the range of cuff motion a little, but not nearly as much as an Intuition Pro Tour liner.
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12/14/2020
Question from Tyler
 
I have Atomic Backland Carbons, older model. Boots fit great other than my toes get very cold. My boots are size 25.5. What size should I get and will these liners help with warmth? Will the MV fit and help with warmth? What would you recommend?
12/14/2020
Answer from eric
 
Tyler- Get the same size liner as your boot shells. Look at the Palau Tour Lite Pro Evo as a warmer similar fitting liner. The Intuitions can be warmer in some cases but we have found that they dont fit very well in this style boot. You could try the LV version but its usually that the cuff does not close down correctly due to the stiff, thick foam of the intuition.
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12/8/2020
Question from jack
 
My boots are Tecnina Cochise 120's in size 26.5. My liners are ZipFit World Cup. I wanted to get a more touring friendly liner. I ordered the Pro Tour medium volume size 27. The length seemed correct but it was crazy tight over the top of my foot once in the shell...even unbuckled. Would you recommend the low volume option, or an entirely different liner? Thanks for your help!
12/8/2020
Answer from Cole P
 
Hey Jack, going to the Pro Tour low volume would help the instep pressure, but I would think the Medium Volume Intuition would be a great fit in that boot. I would first get the liners heat molded which will give that instep the room you need, If you already heat molded your liner then I would suggest the Low Volume Pro Tour.
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