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Palau Tour Lite Pro Liners

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Palau liners are made with 100% highly rated EVA foam. The thermo-moldable foam is closed-cell which maximizes thermal retention. Palau make their liners with a dense cut of the foam that retains its shape after a heat mold or some skiing. That is why they were chosen as the liner supplier for Dynafit, La Sportiva, and other well-known boot brands. Now you can get replacement liners for lightweight backcountry boots with the aftermarket offering from Palau. The Tour Lite Pro liners are relatively thin, lightweight, and have an Achilles flex zone. Perfect replacements for TLT, Spitfire, and other high performance ski mountaineering boots.

  • 100% closed-cell EVA foam is very receptive to molding.
  • Tongue design doesn’t interfere with walking like an overlap.
  • Lacing system give you additional ski-support if desired.
  • Flex zone behind the ankle allows for unimpeded skinning.
  • 7mm thickness is light, flexible, yet reasonably warm.
  • Compatible with TLT5, 6, PDG, Spitfire, and other models.

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Questions & Reviews

1/26/2023
Question from Carl
 
I have the TLT7 expedition, and a bit of a weird problem. I have a bony protrusion on top of my foot at the back of the first metatarsal. The seam on the stock liner between the tongue and the rest of the liner seems to overlap and cause additional pressure in this area, not to mention the stock liner didn't really heat mold all that well to remove space from that area. What are your thoughts on this liner solving that problem? Looks like it doesn't have a seam that runs down the full length of the tongue.

Also looking at the 7mm ultralight race liner. I read that the race liner is a bit less dense and therefore might heat mold out a little more, giving me even more space in this spot (and my bunions, which I didn't mention above. Also, it appears to have even less seams that could cause trouble...Thanks!
1/30/2023
Answer from Jeff
 
Hi Carl, Involved question that we can better assist via email. help@skimo.co
Quick answer, the 7mm race liner is very minimalist and would give you less of a good fit then the quite good CR stock liner.
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12/18/2022
Question from Sarah H
 
Hi! Looking to replace Dynafit TFX liners in a TLT 5 boot for my fiance, I know he likes the lace-up aspect and would like them to take up either the same volume in the boot or slightly more (he loves the boots but the liners are tearing from wear). Would these Tour Lite liners be a similar replacement, or might the Palau Power LTs be slightly higher volume? Or if I wanted to go higher volume than the TFXs, do you think I should look at Intuition? Thanks so much, you guys are such a great resource!
12/19/2022
Answer from Julian K
 
Hi Sarah,
the Tour Lite liners are going to be the right replacement. The Power LTs are slightly higher volume in the cuff and might make it difficult to buckle the boot.
12/19/2022
Answer from Sarah H
 
Thanks so much Julian! I went to add to cart and realized you're out of 28, any idea when they'll be back in stock or do you guys sell anything amongst the other brands that's comparable?
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12/17/2022
Question from Dave P
 
Liners came with no specifications for molding. Can you help out?
Thanks!
12/19/2022
Answer from Julian K
 
Hi Dave, we advise that you visit a boot fitter to get liners heat molded!
12/20/2022
Answer from David P
 
Hi Julian, great advice. Except I live 3 hours (each way) from a boot fitter. Been mounting my own ski bindings since 2002 as well for the same reason. What is the target temp for the process? Thanks!
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12/3/2022
Question from Patrick
 
Lite pro or lite pro evo for Skorpius 1.0 liner replacement?
12/3/2022
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Patrick, the Pro would be most similar to the stock liner. The Evo would add a bit more beef in the cuff which some folks might appreciate.
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11/20/2022
Question from J. Brandon M
 
Which would be closest to stock liners for la sportiva Skorpius, these or the evos? I could use a little more material around ankles but I wouldn’t want to loose and space around the toes. Thanks
11/21/2022
Answer from Julieana
 
Hey J. Brandon M

These are probably the closest to the stock liner. The evo is slightly thicker but not a huge amount--they both take up similar space around the ankles and toes, the main difference is that the evo is slightly more robust around the calf and does have a velcro tongue wrap.
11/21/2022
Answer from J. Brandon M
 
Ok. Laces versus Velcro. Which do you think provides the best fit?
11/21/2022
Answer from Julieana
 
I don't think the fit is going to be drastically different one way or another. I personally like lace-up liners because they snug up a larger area, but a lot of people find them cumbersome to deal with.
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11/11/2022
Question from Mark
 
I'm looking to get a pair of these to replace the existing liners in my La Sportiva Spitfire 2.1's, size 25.5 (sole length 277). What size would I be? Thanks!!
11/11/2022
Answer from Tristan M
 
Hi Mark,

The Palau Tour Lite Pro will indeed be a great replacement option if you would like a liner that gets you close to the fit of the stock Spitfire 2.1 liner. As for sizing, I would go with the 25.5!
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4/20/2022
Question from Mariusz W
 
I have custom footbeds. Ah.. and in my previous comment I was thinking about the instep not the arch - I feel too much volume in the instep ;)

I'm wondering how much Palau Tour Lite Pro Evo would be beefier comparing to stock liners
4/21/2022
Answer from Zak M
 
Hey Mariusz, overall I think the Palau Tour Lite Pro Evo will take up some more volume over the instep compared to the stock liner but perhaps not an extremely noticeable amount. A very easy and efficient means to take up some overall volume would be with some boot shims.
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4/18/2022
Question from Mariusz W
 
Hey, I'm looking for my stock liner replacement in Atomic Backland carbon 2020. I need more tight fit in foot as with stock liners I have too much volume in forefoot and arch. Which liner would be better? Tour Lite Pro, Tour Lite Pro Evo or maybe Power LT? I could compromise bit of walkability to get better downhill performance too. Thanks for the answer
4/18/2022
Answer from Zak M
 
Hey Mariusz, I would recommend putting in the Palau Tour Lite Pro Evo liner, which will be most comparable to the Backland Carbons stocks liner. Do you already have some sort of custom or semi-custom Superfeet insole as well? This could make a huge difference in taking up some volume, especially under the arch. Feel free to give us a shout at help@skimo.co for any other boot fitting questions!
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2/14/2022
Question from Steph
 
Hi,

Can you tell me if these are softer than the Intuition Pro Tour? I recently replaced my packed out Tecnica liners with the Pro Tour and really hate them on the ups, I find them far too rigid to get the same range of motion and all that friction causes blisters. Downhill they work fine, although the rigidity at the cuff digs into my calves more than I'm used to. Now trying to pad out my stock liners instead, or give in and buy new boots. But if I could find some softer after market liners I might be set!
2/14/2022
Answer from Brett S
 
Thanks for reaching out, Steph. Typically, Palau liners will be softer than intuition liners. For a replacement liner, the Palau Power LT would be a good choice.
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2/2/2022
Question from Tom
 
Hey, what about weight of this liners? I mean 27,5? Will it fit in my Fischer Transalp Pro 27,5?
Thanks!
2/2/2022
Answer from Brett S
 
Thanks for your question, Tom. The weight is ~310.2 grams and this would work in a Transalp Pro. If you want a slightly beefier liner, the Palau Tour Lite Pro Evo (weighing in ~327.7g) would also be a good choice.
2/2/2022
Answer from Tom K
 
This is for pair or for one of them?
Thanks for answer!
2/2/2022
Answer from Brett S
 
Hey Tom, the weights are for a pair of liners.
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1/21/2022
Question from Michael M
 
How do these compare to the Pro Tour Low Volume liners? I have some Pro Tour LVs in a pair of boots that will need to be replaced soon.

Thanks.
1/21/2022
Answer from Tristan M
 
Hi Michael,

The Palau Tour Lite Pro liners will be quite a bit lower volume than your current Intuition Pro Tour Liners, which will make for a higher volume fit in your boots. The closest to the Pro Tour LV that we have from Palau is the Palau Power LT. Also, for availability on Intuition liners, reach out to help@skimo.co, and we can set you up for a notification that will alert you when your size in a Pro Tour LV comes in stock!
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12/8/2021
Question from John F
 
I'm looking to replace the stock liners in my TLT6 Mountain CR boots, size 30. I like the stock liners but they are wearing out. I'd like a replacement liner that most closely matches the stock liner. I see from your writeups that you recommend the Palau Tour Lite Pro, Pro Evo, or Power LTs for the TLT6. What is the difference between the three? Which one is the best match to the TLT6 stock liner? Do you recommend a size 30 regardless of which of the Palau liners I choose? Other info about me if it makes a difference: I use Carbon or Blue Superfeet inserts and have skinny calves :). Thanks!
12/8/2021
Answer from Tristan M
 
Hi John,

The closest aftermarket liner to the Stock Liner in the TLT6 Mountain CR boots is the Palau Tour Lite Pro Evo. Here is a breakdown of the differences in the liners that you mentioned.

The Palau Tour Lite Pro has the lowest volume foam at 7mm. This will provide a slightly higher volume fit compared with the TLT6 Mountain stock liner. At 8mm of foam, the Evo is thicker, and more closely mirrors the TLT6 Mountain stock liner. One thing to keep in mind, aftermarket liners are designed to fit a wider range of shells, so they will not be quite as specific in fit as compared with a stock liner.

The final liner that you mentioned is the Palau Power LT. This liner has similar volume in the lower as compared with the Evo, maybe a little thicker in the toe. However, the upper liner has higher volume foam than the Evo, and is intended to increase the flex of your boots. This translates to some reduction in the cuff rotation.

As far as fit goes, it would be best to stick with your current boot size. If you have further questions, please reach out to help@skimo.co!
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11/23/2021
Question from Josh Landis
 
I am looking at putting these liners in Dynafit TLT8 Expedition boots to try to get the fit more similar to the TLT8 Carbonio which felt great at size 27.5. Is this liner essentially the same as the dyafit CL liner? If so is it safe to say that the the expeditions would fit the same as the carbonios with this liner swapped out with the stock CR liner?
11/23/2021
Answer from Tristan M
 
Hi Josh,

Depending on your shell size, the closest liner to the Stock TLT8 Carbonio would be the TLT7 Custom Light Liners under our Dynafit Liners listing. Although not exactly the same fit, it will be pretty close.

As far as the Palau Tour Lite Pro Liner is concerned, I would say it will most closely mirror the stock liner in the Dynafit TLT 8 Carbonio of any aftermarket liner that we carry. However, I would not consider it essentially the same. The stock liner in a boot will have design features specifically oriented to complement the shell it was designed to go inside. This liner will have a slightly more generic fit intended for a wider range of boot shells. The Palau Tour Lite Pro will get you darn close, but not exact. If you have further liner questions, reach out to us at help@skimo.co.
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10/30/2021
Question from Greg
 
I’ve got a pair of 26.5 Salomon S/Lab X-Alps that fit well except for a touch of rub around the lateral aspect of my little toes. I swapped out the standard liner with a thinner one from my Backland Carbons and the fit felt much better. Would the Tour Lite Pros give the most similar fit to these thinner liners and would the 26.5 be the size you’d recommend. Thanks.
11/1/2021
Answer from Will M
 
Hey Greg,

You're spot on. The Palau Tour Lite Pro is going to be the closest in similarity to the stock Atomic Backland Carbon liner! I'd go for the 26.5 for sizing as well.
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9/21/2021
Question from Nate
 
Hello, I am looking for a replacement liner for my Salomon S/Lab MTN size 27.5
Would these work? What size for that shell? I can’t seem to find the intuition pro tour in a size 28 but thought these Palau pro tours may work better. Advice?
9/22/2021
Answer from Brett S
 
Thanks for your question, Nate. Having owned your boot, I would encourage you to go with the Pro Tour. To decide what thickness of liner you would need, please click here. For your boot, the 28.0 should do the trick. We are expecting these to come back into stock, please reach out at help@skimo.co if you would like to be notified when they do.
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3/11/2021
Question from Philipp S
 
Hey,

i currently use the Backland Ultimate in 28 Mondo/298mm with a 27.5 Palau Power LT Liner for Splitboarding. It works fine for me, the Boot is just a little to long for most Splitboards in my Size, so i have Toe/heeldrag. I think i could maybe downsize to a 27 Mondo Ultimate, what Liner would u suggest to me ? I Think if i downsize the Ultimate i maybe need a liner with lower volume to fit my feet, but im scared that they are to cold and not comfy enough for 6+ hour tours..

Cheers Philipp !
3/12/2021
Answer from Brett S
 
Thanks for your question, Philipp. If you're downsizing to a 27.0, either a 5mm or 7mm race liner from Palau might be your best option. These will have less inherent warmth than the thicker offerings from Palau, however, they might be the only option depending on how tight the downsized boot will be. Please let us know if you have any other questions!
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2/28/2021
Question from Jonathan Light
 
My boot is an Alpina R4 size 27.0. It is time to replace my Garmont G-FIT liner size 27.0. Garmont no longer exists. Would a Palau Tour Lite Pre Liner size 27.0 fit the same? Thank you.
3/1/2021
Answer from Zak M
 
Hey Jonathan, perhaps the closet comparison would be the Palau Tour Lite Pro Evo Liner or the Palau Power LT which will just have a thicker cuff.
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2/18/2021
Question from Tim Burr
 
I would like to replace the stock liners in my 29/29.5 (318mm) Atomic Backland boots. My feet are very wide and I've stretched the shells quite a bit, so now I'm looking for a liner that is wider in the toe box than the stock liner and similar in thickness, or maybe just a little thicker. What size of the Palau Tour Lite Pro do you recommend?
2/19/2021
Answer from Brett S
 
Thanks for your question, Tim! Either 29.0 or 29.5 would work. The 29.5 is just a bit longer than the 29.0, which would help fill a bit of volume lengthwise if you felt that was necessary. Please let us know if there is anything else we can do for you!
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2/5/2021
Question from Xav
 
Need to replace my Scarpa F1 28.5 liners. Would prefer the laces found on the PROs, but if the EVOs are a better fit, would go for those. Please advise which one is closer to the stock liner. Thanks!
2/5/2021
Answer from Julieana
 
Hey Xav, if you like the fit of the stock liner, we actually sell the scarpa stock liners here.
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12/15/2020
Question from Hannah
 
I’m looking for new liners for my Dynafit Hoji PX boots. Size 24. I tried the Intuition Pro Tour but they were too thick up top. Are these lower volume? I’m having issues with my inner ankle bone getting some sharp pains.
12/15/2020
Answer from Zak M
 
Hey Hannah, these Palau Tour Lite liners will be a bit lower volume than the Pro Tour. If you wanted an in-between option you could try out the Palau Power LT liners which will have the same thickness foam as the Tour Lite but just a bit thicker towards the upper cuff. Overall the foam for the Palau liners will be a bit more soft and supple than Intuitions.
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