Do you enjoy bombing downhill at 60 MPH with your shins lovingly cradled in a roll of confidence-inspiring foam? Do you find yourself bottoming out the flex on your current boots, or have low-volume calves and bony shins in desperate need of padding? If you answered "yes" to any of these questions, Intuition is at your service with the Tour Wrap, a wrap-style liner designed specifically for big days in the mountains.
The Tour Wrap liner provides plenty of stiffness and cushion while a rear flex panel allows for an ample range of motion while touring. An optional Velcro and lace closure system snugs the liner up as tight as you want. The removable 4mm foam shim creates lots of fit options: remove them to increase volume, replace them with a custom orthotic, or layer another footbed on top to decrease volume. Constructed with Dual Density foam, they can be worn directly out of the box or molded for a precise fit. Compared to the previous iteration, this latest model features an updated 4mm sole (instead of 7mm) and a revised J-Bar in the ankle for support and comfort. Whether adding cushion to protect your shins or just prefer a wrap-style liner, the Tour Wrap is for you.
- Wrap style is a good option for those needing to take up volume in the calves or to protect their shins.
- Rear flex panel allows for a good range of motion, helping you move through the mountains efficiently.
- Removable 4mm foam insole creates many fit options.
- Heat moldable but can be worn out of the box.
- Optional Velcro and lace closure system.
- Webbing tabs give you something to hold and pull while getting in and out of the liner.
- Anti-microbial treatment helps to keep your liners smelling fresh.
- 4mm thick "J Bar" pads provide support for the ankle.
- Low Volume is 9mm while the medium volume is 12mm.
Sizing: For boots that break on the whole size, round down. For example, a 27/27.5 boot should use a size 27 liner. For boots that break on the half size, such as SCARPA, round up. For example, a 26.5/27 boot should use a size 27 liner.
Questions & Reviews
I am looking at Intuition Tour Wraps as I want to replace stock tongue Intuition liners in my 2022 Roxa R3 110 Ti touring boots for better downhill performance. I have wide feet with skinny ankles and high instep, and have been quite happy with wrap liners so far (my downhill boots are Dalbello Kryptons).
Would you recommend a MV or LV Tour Wrap? Could there be a problem fitting a (cooked) Tour Wrap with a custom footbed into a Roxa shell (assuming both are same mondo size)?
I’m considering these for my Fisher Transalp Tour size 29.5. My stock liners are unimpressive. I’m hoping for more comfort around bony ankles and pressure point on top of my foot.
Would these be recommended?
These may work for you - they will add some padding around the ankle, more so in the medium volume than in the low. If you are experiencing instep pressure, you will need to heat mold them to relieve that - as they come stock, they are unlikely to be an improvement, simply because they are fairly thick. Being a wrap liner, you will also be taking up a lot of room in the cuff, so if the cuff is a tight fit, they may not be the best choice. They are best for folks with skinny calves looking to fill that space. They are also going to add a bit more friction to the walk mode.
The Intuition Tour Tongue would be another great Intuition liner that will have less of an effect on cuff volume, and walk a little better.
So if I have a low volume foot and leg, should I go for the medium or the low volume liner? The designation feels unclear .
Okay, sounds like these could work well for you! With liners, the volume refers to the amount of volume the liner takes up. So a medium-volume liner is thicker than a low-volume. In this case, 12mm versus 9mm.
I think the 12mm (medium) will do a better job filling up space in the boot if that's what you're looking for. If you have instep pressure, you will need to do a more aggressive heat mold to compress the instep. This is best done at a competent local shop - if you want to talk through this process more, reach out to us by email at email@example.com!
These would be a good alternative to the EZ Wrap liner! They should work in that boot. If you have a tighter fit in the cuff, choose the low volume liner. If you need to fill up more space, the medium will give you a lot more foam. As with any Intuition liner, these should be heat molded for an ideal fit.
Yes, you would want the size 26 in this liner. They would be a great option for the Radical Pro if you want the benefits of a wrap-style liner, which include more padding on the shin and generally a tighter fit in the cuff. You choose these for a boost in downhill performance and comfort. The downside of a wrap is slightly reduced range of motion on the uphill compared to a tongue-style liner. For another great option from Intuition that has a tongue, check out the Intuition Tour Tongue!
Please note that with any Intuition liner, you will need to heat mold it to get the best fit and comfort!
You could do it, as long as you're okay with adding a lot of friction to the walk mode. It wouldn't be our first recommendation for most people in that boot, but a wrap liner is a great way to fill up a cuff for someone with skinny calves. I would probably try the low volume liner, I think the MV might be too much to stuff into that shell. If you want to discuss further, feel free to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org!
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