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.
Hi, I have 28/28.5 Backland Carbons. 2 finger fit, shell has not been molded (yet). Baked stock liner, wide foot, some pressure over metatasal and arch area. Room in toe box. Stock liner felt cold on first day. What would you recommend for size in Pro tour liner? Vol Low/Med? Warmer? thanks
Hi Toby, it's definitely a snug fit to pull off a Pro Tour liner inside the Backland Carbon, but I know a couple people who have. I would definitely suggest going with the low volume liner, as there's a good chance you won't be able to get the cuff buckled with the medium volume.
Hi Toby, just a follow up as I realized I may have not answered your question completely. I would suggest going with a size 28 liner if you're in a 28/28.5 shell. I also highly recommend you have them molded by a competent fitter to ensure the best fit.
I have a Scarpa Mastrelli RS in size 27 and need new liners as mine have a lot of miles on them and are very sloppy now. I have a narrow foot. Would the low volume 27 be a good fit to replace the stock intuition liners?
Hi Jason, The medium volume Pro Tour liner is likely a better replacement for the stock if you are looking to go with this Intuition liner. Especially if you have narrow feet and need the liner to take up some space. If you'd like to stick with the stock liner, we do offer the Scarpa Pro Flex G liner which is what comes in the Maestrale.
Just curious which volume Pro Tour is closest to the Dynafit TLT6 CR liner? I'd like to put Pro Tours in a pair of 27/27.5 Backland Carbons, and my (well-loved) CR liners from my 27 TLT6s seem to fit nicely in my BCs (both in the shell and around my foot)
How does the pro tour compare to the tour mod, has any one used the mod. Im skiing the one px sz 27. The dynafit liner has never been a good fit, I need more room at the toe and instep and a tighter fit at the cuff for very thin ankles and calf. I have about 1 finger shell fit. Any suggestions ? Thanks
Hey David, thanks for reaching out. The Pro Tour and Tour Mod are fairly similar in their intended use, however the cuff of the Pro Tour is definitely burly and substantial and would probably take care of the issue you're describing. The standard Pro Tour is pretty thick, probably too thick for a 1 finger shell fit, but there is a Low Volume version that we will be getting in shortly that is designed to be thinner and more appropriate for a 1 finger shell fit.
Hey Dane! I'd say it goes more along the lines of adding support and substance to the boot, rather than purely increasing stiffness. The real issue would be the thickness of the Pro Tour vs. the TLT6/Spitfire liners. The Pro Tour is going to be a fair bit thicker than the liner in either of those boots, so it would effectively reduce volume. I'd say, if you are looking to reduce the volume in your boot and could stand to make the boot a bit more substantial (this applies to both walk and ski mode) then the Pro Tour is a good fit for you.
What's a good replacement liner for a Skimo boot like the Dynafit Dy N.A. Evo. What can I do to fit the boot better? It fits great length wise, but feels narrow to me in the instep after long days with odd foot pain. I'm considering new liners and inserts, but am curious as to my best (perhaps limited?) options with a skimo type boot.
I think I can get my TLT 5 mountains to limp through another season or two with a new liner. I have a low volume foot and the TLT 5 fit fairly well when I first got them, that said it wouldn't have hurt if I had a bit more liner material in the boot from the beginning. Would you recommend going with an intuition liner or a stock TLT 6 liner? thanks!
Hey Daniel, you could definitely do the Pro Tour Liner in the TLT5 but my only concern is the thickness of the cuff material on the Pro Tour vs. the TLT6 liner. If you have extra room to go larger in the cuff buckle then the Pro Tour could be a good choice, if you are running the buckle at one of the largest settings possible then the TLT6 liner will be a better choice.
Would this liner work in the PDG boot? I'm a size 29 boot and assume a 29 liner would be the right fit? I'd like to take up a little volume and be able to tighten it down a little more compared to the stock dynafit liner.