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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, 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 much thinner than the Medium Volume and weighs 22g less in size 26. The High Volume is much thicker than the Medium Volume liner and will take up more space making the fit tighter.

* 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.

Update 2023/24: The Pro Tour has been replaced by the Tour Tongue, which can be found here.

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Questions & Reviews

2/22/2024
Question from john carey
 
i have what i guess is the original scarpa maestrale boots in size 26.5. what would you recommend as a replacement boot liner?
i was thinking the Intuition Pro Tour medium volume size 26.
appreciate your thoughts. TY
2/22/2024
Answer from Carlos M
 
Hi John,

In Scarpa boots specifically, 26.5 and 27 share a shell. So for Scarpa, if you have a 26.5, I would actually recommend a size 27 aftermarket liner. The medium volume will be a little bit thicker than the stock liner, but the key to fitting Intuitions is heat molding. With a mold, usually a little extra foam is a good thing, as it will adapt where it needs to in order to match your foot.
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2/5/2024
Question from Peter Anzalone
 
Why are liners sized on the whole size (26, 27, ...) instead the half size as boots are (26.5, 27.5, ...)? I have a pair of 26.5 boots - do I buy a 26 or a 27 liner?
2/5/2024
Answer from Carlos M
 
Hi Peter,

Touring boots (with very few exceptions) do not have real half sizes. 26 and 26.5 are the same shell for the vast majority of manufacturers (other than Scarpa). So we recommend the following, from the product description:

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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1/20/2024
Question from Michelle
 
I’m a little confused by the high volume being thicker and the low volume being thinner… I have a very narrow, thin foot (which I would consider to be “low volume”) and my boot liners are packed out so I’m looking for a new pair. I thought I would want a low volume liner because of my thin, narrow feet - but reading the description, it seems maybe I want a high volume boot liner that will take up more space?

Thanks for your help.
1/20/2024
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Michelle, I agree that Intuition's naming is counterintuitive. But that is correct, you want the high-volume version. Going forward with their Tour Tongue liners, they are switching to just listing the thickness in mm so confusion will subside.
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1/19/2024
Question from Dominik S
 
How do these liners compare to the Palau line of liners?
1/20/2024
Answer from Carlos M
 
Hi Dominik,

In general, the distinctive feature of intuitions is their dense, very heat-moldable foam. This makes them very adaptable in a heat mold, and very warm. Intuitions may feel less comfortable when you first put them on, unmolded - but they will take on the shape of the foot extremely well in a mold.

Making some generalizations, Palau liners are also nice and heat moldable, but tend to feel a bit better out of the box. They also tend to walk a bit better than Intuitions, although Intuition does not really have a super lightweight offering to compare to Palau's lighter-weight liners. In general, Intuition liners are some of the best for heavier touring boots, for increasing downhill performance and fit as well as warmth. Palau makes great lighter-weight touring liners with an awesome range of motion and a very comfortable fit.
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1/18/2024
Question from Dominik S
 
I have orange Dynafit Hoji PX and need a new liner. the original is bunching inside. My shells are punched along the outside midfoot and sixth toe area. Main pain points now are the ankle bones. I use superfeet berry insoles. I'm reasonably happy with ROM when walking (often ~4 mi approach) and flex when skiing. I don't think I want anything much thicker than the original liners, but still something that is more supportive around the ankle. Would this liner be a good replacement? WOuld you recommend I stick with low volume version? Is ther another liner you'd recommend that doesnt have laces (sounds like a pia). Thanks
1/19/2024
Answer from Carlos M
 
Hi Dominik,

This would be a good replacement. The Medium Volume might be a little thicker than stock, but you can mold it to compress the foam where needed. The low volume might be a little thin for that boot. Intuition foam is very moldable and dense, so it should give you a nice ankle fit after heat molding and provide plenty of support!

As far as the laces go, you can just take them off :)
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12/22/2023
Question from Darren Mcavoy
 
Which pro tour liner for a tlt8, size 29.5? the stock liners in there are pretty roomy, I have extra insoles in there taking up space. Stiff tongue? Thanks.
12/22/2023
Answer from Niko M
 
Hi Darren! With your goal in mind, you'd like find the best fit in the low volume in a size 29. We no longer have this size, but check out the updated Tour Tongue Liners in a 9mm if the low volume is of interest. You may be able to make the medium volume work, but anticipate having to heat mold the liner in order for it to fit you and the boot correctly. Thanks!
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12/21/2023
Question from Riff
 
I got some Pro Tours in medium volume for La Spo Skorpius; after 4 days they feel pretty loose and a fair bit less downhill performance than Tour Wraps. Can anyone tell me if it’s worth trying the stiff tongues to get back some downhill performance? It’s probably a linear progression from touring ROM vs skiing power, but I miss my Skorpius feeling like enough boot.
12/21/2023
Answer from Niko M
 
Hi Riff! As you mention, there is a general inverse correlation between touring ROM vs skiing power when it comes to liners, and even boots. Whether to prioritize uphill efficiency or downhill performance in liner choice is a highly subjective matter and depends on the type of skiing you like to do! Tour Wraps in your boot would be somewhat of an untraditional pairing, but if your missing that performance I wouldn't blame you for liking it! If you'd like to discuss it more, send us an email at help@skimo.co and we will dive in. Thanks!
12/21/2023
Answer from Riff
 
What i was really getting at was whether anyone can describe the tradeoffs for using the Intuition stiff tongues for the Pro Tour liner. I’m debating whether to buy some.
Thanks!
12/22/2023
Answer from Niko M
 
Hi Riff! I see. The replacement Power Tongues for the Pro Tour would certainly help stiffen up the boot. A stiffer tongue will specifically decrease your forward range of motion and increase the felt resistance during this portion of your stride. It would likely be a worthy addition to your boot if you desire better downhill performance however. Thanks!
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12/14/2023
Question from Joelle
 
I have the Dynafit Radical Pro boots in a 24-24.5 and the original liner is falling apart, so I bought some Tour Tongue 12 mm liners from intuition hoping they would fill some empty spots and provide a little more support than the dynafit liners, or at least last longer. They seem to be taking up WAY too much room in my boot and I'm doubtful that molding them is going to solve the problem, they just seem way thicker than the original liner.

Would the low volume tour pro liner be a more comparable option to the liner that came with the radical pro boot? The cinch alone would be a huge upgrade to keep the liner snug and in place when in hike mode. Trying to salvage this boot for another season of hard skiing but desperately in need of new liners.
12/15/2023
Answer from Carlos M
 
Hi Joelle,

The Low Volume pro tour is slightly thinner than stock, but not by a ton. It is probably closer to stock, relatively, than the 12mm. I will say that you can get a lot of compression out of the intuition foam around the foot. When you are heat molding, you can buckle down the shell more aggressively to compress the foam more. You can also add padding to areas that you want to gain more room in. A good boot fitter should have no issue with this. So I would say if you found the stock liner lacking, the 12mm with an aggressive mold would give you a more custom fit. The caveat is that you cannot compress the tongue and calf area as effectively with a mold. So if the thicker liner is too big in the cuff area, then you are probably better off with the low volume. If you just have a lot of foam in the ankle and foot area, and the increased cuff padding is a good thing, I would stick with thicker and just really mold it out.
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11/29/2023
Question from Maryn
 
Howdy! I'm interested in these liners but would like some help determining which size is best. I have the Dynafit Radical Pro W 25.5 (I love them), but the stock liner is falling apart. I have a wide toe box, a high arch, and instep. Which liner and size would you recommend?
11/30/2023
Answer from Carlos M
 
Hi Maryn,

If you liked the stock liner, you could purchase a direct replacement  here. Choose the "Dynafitter 10" in your size 25.5 for a direct replacement for the Radical Pro. If you would like a bit more thickness and support than stock, the size 25 Tour Tongue from Intuition , would be a great choice. The 12mm thickness will give you more cushioning and support, but you will need to heat mold it to get the ideal fit (we recommend this with any liner, but especially the Intuitions).

If you have any questions, feel free to email us at help@skimo.co!
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11/27/2023
Question from Daniel
 
Hi, I have newly acquired some Tecnica Zero G Pros. Shell fit is 2cms/0.75"ish, didn't dare the 26.5 shell with a 1cm fit for touring.

Which volume Pro Tour would you recommend? I have skinny legs and feet, so taking up some volume compared to stock would be fine...
11/27/2023
Answer from Gabriel I
 
Hi Daniel, the Medium Volume Pro Tour Liner would be a good option for you! If we're out of stock of your size on this page, check out Intuition's updated Tour Tongue Liners.
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8/31/2023
Question from Damon
 
I have a pair of fisher transalp pro in 26.5 that are two years old. I get about 50 days a year in them, mostly touring. The first year i used a pair of intuition tour pro liners. I know in another response here you don’t recommend this.They worked well until the end of the year when they became too loose. Last year i used a pair of tour wrap liners that had been used for a year in another pair of boots.
I am looking for a new pair of liners for this year. I think there is a bit more range of motion in the tour pro. Should i get last years tour pro or wait for the updated model or a new tour wrap. Thanks
9/1/2023
Answer from Gabriel I
 
Hi Damon, the Pro Tour / Tongue liners on this page do allow more range of motion than the Tour Wrap liners. If you were happy with the range of motion with the Pro Tour model, I'd say stick with that. If you want to stiffen the boot up, go for the wrap. We don't expect the new Tour / Tongue model to offer significantly different performance from prior years' models.
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5/23/2023
Question from Joshua L
 
I have Scott super guide carbon boots (27.5), the stock liner turned out to just be too tight in the forefoot area even after heat molding so I have been skiing them with Palau Tour Lite Pro Evo Liners which has relieved that issue. I would like to find a liner that is a bit of a middle ground between the two because the Palau liner leaves a bit too much room and the boot feels soft and loose now. Do you think the low volume pro tour liner would potentially fit the bill for this?
5/24/2023
Answer from Jeff
 
Josh, Thanks for all that background. The LV liner is not often needed, but you sound like the perfect customer for it. The thinner foot area should be right. And the thick and stiff cuff will give the support and stiffness of the stock cuff.
5/24/2023
Answer from Joshua L
 
Thank you! And just to confirm, for 27.5 Scott boots, I would want the intuition 27 LV liner?
6/17/2023
Answer from Gabriel I
 
Hi Joshua, that's correct -- a size 27 liner for a 27/27.5 boot shell.
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5/14/2023
Question from Greg S
 
Hi there!
I have a pair of Dalbello Lupo AX 120 ski boots in a size 27.5. They're great boots, but the stock liners have completely fallen apart after ~4y of use.

Do you think the intuition pro tour liner would be a good choice? If so, which size? And which volume?

Thank you in advance,
Greg
5/15/2023
Answer from Jeff
 
Greg, For the Lupo, this would be good replacement liner.
The size 27 medium would be the right size.
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4/11/2023
Question from Lewis
 
Hey, I have a pair of dalbello quantum free asolo factory 130s and the liners are packed out and falling apart. The toe box is good but the ankle and calf areas take a lot of tightening to get a snug fit. Shell fit is about 1.5 fingers in the back
Do you think the MV pro tours would be a good option as a replacement liner?
Thanks!
4/11/2023
Answer from Niko M
 
Hi Lewis! The MV Pro Tours likely use too thick of foam for your boots, possibly creating fit problems down the line. Instead, I would check out the Palau Tour Lite Pro Liners. Thanks!
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4/9/2023
Question from Paul F
 
Hi, I have a pair of La Sportiva Sytrons size 25 that have started feeling really flexible and the stock liner is definitely packed out in areas. Would these help make them feel stiffer again? Would I want the low volume option for these boots?
4/10/2023
Answer from Jeff
 
Paul, The Sytrons are a Race boot with a thin race liner. The Pro Tours are quite the opposite, mostly for Beef or Freeride style boots. Not only will they make the boot way stiffer, but the cuff is unlikely to close over them.
One of the Palau liners would be a better fit. Like this one Palau Lite
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4/8/2023
Question from Jeff Bourgault
 
I have an Atomic Backland boot that has not yet been Memory Fit molded. I would like to replace my stock liner with an Intuition and heat mold both the liner and shell. Any recommendations on the process of doing this? Should Atomic’s instructions still be followed by inserting liner into shell and whole boot into oven? At what point in the process should my footbed be inserted? Thank You!
4/8/2023
Answer from Gabriel I
 
Hi Jeff, for the liner, the best bet is to follow Intuition's at-home instructions. For shell molding, we would recommend you head to shop with the right equipment, but it can be done at home with care. I'd suggest heating the liners and the shells at the same time but separately, insert your footbed into the liners, then put the liners into the shells and let everything set.
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4/4/2023
Question from Rosy Metcalfe
 
Hello!

I just got a pair of 2023 Scott Cosmos Pros in a 25/25.5 shell, which provides about 1.5 fingers of space. I’m finding the stock 25.5 liners to be too soft and I’d like the fit to be a little bit more snug around my ankle. Forefoot fit is great. Which liner would you recommend? Thanks!
4/4/2023
Answer from Emmett I
 
Rosy,

You could try a Low Volume Pro Tour, size 25. That will definitely be firmer, especially after heat molding.
4/4/2023
Answer from Rosy M
 
Thank you for the suggestion!
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3/27/2023
Question from Jack E
 
would you recommend the LV or MV for a Fischer Transalp Pro? How does this liner compare to the Palau Power LT in terms of weight and ski / tour performance? thanks!
3/27/2023
Answer from Jeff
 
Koby, the first part of the question depends on your foot. For the TransAlp boot, this is a lot of liner and will affect the fit. They are thicker overall then the Power LT liner. And will affect the cuff rotation. You can email us with details of your fit and what you are trying to change - help@skimo.co
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3/21/2023
Question from Max
 
In my Dynafit Blacklights there isn’t quite enough padding for my heel spurs. The left boot fits great with stock liner, right heel hurts that has larger spur. Would these liners provide more padding in the heel than stock. Also would I loose the light boot feel with these liners?
3/22/2023
Answer from Brett S
 
Hey Max, these certainly will provide more padding than the stock liner, though you'd want to get them heat molded as they are 4mm thicker (in the LV option) than the stock liner. Compared to the stock liner, these weigh more and will have a reduced range of motion. Some folks may feel this while others may not.
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2/26/2023
Question from Alex
 
I purchased these liners 2 weeks ago, to use with my Hoji Pro Tours. I have been on three shorter tours with them. I feel like they might have less range of motion than I used to with the stock liner. Is that possible, or am I misremembering? Is range/walkability something that will develop as I use the liner more?

Thanks!
2/27/2023
Answer from Jeff
 
Alex, The Stock liners and the Pro Tour are both pretty thick liners, will not have a light boot unrestricted feeling. The flex point will soften a bit in time. And you may be miss remembering some too.
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