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Palau Power LT Liners

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Palau took their All Track collection to the next level by offering a new “power” liner in a slimmer package. Working off the mighty Powertrack 10, they shaved the liner down to 8mm to allow its use in tighter-fitting and more articulate boots. Using a medium density heat-moldable EVA foam, Palau made the Power LT a precise fitting liner to boost the performance of any boot. Whether it’s a beefy freeride boot or a svelte touring boot, this is the upgrade for your current liner. The Palau Power LT is designed with a thinner upper cuff to fit more calf sizes and cuff shapes and it will keep your feet warm and comfortable while not foregoing performance.

  • 8mm custom 100% moldable mid-density foam.
  • Tongue Liner with optional laces for easy entry and close fit.
  • Precision cut for lower volume beef boots, e.g. Hawx, Lab, Maestrale, Vulcan, Spectre.
  • Performance upgrade for the Spitfire, TLT6, TLT7, F1, or similar.
  • Relief zone in spine for better range-of-motion.
  • Overall medium volume but molds precisely.

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Questions & Reviews

9/12/2022
Question from Marc Vernon
 
Need new liners for 27.5 Technica Zeso G Scouts. Original liner has packed out thin after 100+ days and are ready for a Viking funeral from the smell alone. Can you get replacement OEM liners?

Thanks
9/13/2022
Answer from Jeff
 
Marc, For the most part, No. Few Boot companies stock replacement liners and when we try to get one, it can take a very long time and sometimes never come through. The Power LT is quite comparable and immediately available.
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8/12/2022
Question from Kate
 
I have loved the factory liners in zero g’s I bought in 2017, but they are finally falling apart after 5 busy seasons. Are these a good replacement? I’m particularly concerned about thickness— since my liners were worn til the bitter end happily, I’m assuming they were fairly worn down and that I’m OK with a thinner/worn-down liner…
8/12/2022
Answer from Lbow
 
Hi Kate,

Yes! The Palau Power LT is our best replacement option for the Technica Zero G liner, and if you ever need to experiment with volume in the future, our other alternative for those boots is the Intuition Pro Tour liners.
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5/2/2022
Question from Jason K
 
I have a sized down and length-punched 26.5 backland carbon boot (I probably am a true 27 size, but foot is so low volume I like to size down). No matter how much I pad the stock liner, it doesnt take up the volume where I want over instep. I ran a beat up pair of 27 MVs for a bit, but the cuff diameter was a problem for the closure buckles. I never remolded it though for that boot. My goal is to maximize ski performance. I dont mind sacrificing some walk performance or weight (to the extent that it still walks better than my Hawx). Between this Palau, a new pro tour MV or a pro tour HV (or anything else) what would you recommend?
5/2/2022
Answer from Brett S
 
Thanks for reaching out, Jason. The Power LT or the Intuition Pro Tour in a MV would be the best option. The Power LT will have an inherently slimmer cuff, however, the diameter (of the cuff) of the MV can be compressed during the molding process. If you want the best skiing option, go with Intuition. If you want to add skiability and keep your boots excellent range of motion, go with the Palau.
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3/25/2022
Riff (used product a few times)
 
I got these to replace the stock liners in a pair La Sportiva Skorpius. They helped me nicely with taking up some space around my heel, ankle, and instep. I’ve got a 26 boot, and the 26 liner was a good fit. Home heat molding went well, I did 5 minutes at 230 degrees.

Things I really like:
The upper cuff is covered in fuzzy material that accepts Scarpa style velcro spoilers/spacers to tune the forward lean and cuff volume. Finally, I don’t have to glue stuff on there. This is especially nice for this boot, as the lean lock angle isn’t adjustable beyond the plastic spacer in the shell.
They are a nice compromise of higher density and volume without killing the ROM when walking. Definitely a bit stiffer, but not much.

One thing I’d change-
The interior of the liner is a very fine fleece, which is a nice feel- but for a touring liner that gets plenty of sweat, I’d prefer to see the very smooth thin fabric you find inside Intuition liners. This is the only reason for the 4 stars. Hopefully they don’t take a long time to dry. Time will tell!
3/26/2022
Reply from Joseph S
 
Riff-I have used these liners for a couple of years now and I have not been soaked out by the liner. I pull them out of the shell and use an upright boot dryer to dry the liners and I have had no issues with drying them out. Even on hut trips they dry pretty well. I suppose there are those who sweat a bunch more than I do in their liners. Only lately they have started to get a bit of boot odor that is why I'm looking again to purchase these. These are very durable with only a couple markings from shell wear, but overall very good! They have to have well over 100 days on them. I modified the tongue and Cut out a couple Shin protectors out of a flexible cutting board and glued them on to protect my shins when I power them in my Hoji boots. The sides of the toe material is pretty thin and I suffer from cold toe syndromes now and again because of a tight boot fit, but I use boot gloves for that now.
3/27/2022
Reply from Riff
 
Excellent point- i was hoping the material around the toe referred to as “perf” by palau would be closed cell heat moldable foam. It’s a low density open cell, probably comfortable but not as warm. It’s occasionally tough to figure out what the manufacturer means with descriptions.
4/29/2022
Reply from Riff
 
Update: still pretty stoked on these, drying them out is no problem. They were plenty warm on an extended trip with temps in the single digits. There’s some spots wearing through the exterior fabric, but nothing unusual.
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3/17/2022
Question from Jason
 
I have TLT 8 (26.5) boots that I like, but looking to improve the downhill performance a bit and take up some more space in the boot around the ankle. Which liner would you recommend for this boot? Thanks.
3/18/2022
Answer from Tristan M
 
Hi Jason,

If you are looking to add some power to your TLT8 boots, while also taking up some additional volume on the stock liner, the Palau Power LT is a great place to start. Just a heads up, this liner will add friction to the walk mode, and will take up some additional volume in the cuff area as well. If the cuff is already snug in your boots, a beefier liner will make it pretty hard to close! If you have further questions, feel free to reach out to help@skimo.co!
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2/19/2022
Question from Andrew D
 
Is there a significant difference in the amount of material in the forefoot/toe box area between the Power LT, Tour Lite Pro Evo, and Tour Lite Pro?

Looking at both of these as replacements liners for my old green TLT6s. Recently I've been using a old pair of extremely well-worn intuition power wraps plugs, which don't walk well but substantially improved skiing performance over the Palau Tour Lite Pro liners I was using previously. I'm interested in getting something that walks better with some improved skiing performance, but I'm concerned about adding too much liner material in the forefoot as my toes are happiest in with the mesh/foam toe box of the tour lite pro's.
2/21/2022
Answer from Brett S
 
Thanks for reaching out, Andrew. The Power LT and Tour Lite Pro Evo will be 8mm thick all around whereas the Tour Lite Pro is 7mm. They all use a perforated material around the toes, with the Tour Lite Pro Evo and Power LT feeling more substantial around the toes/toebox. The Power LT will use a stiffer foam, and feels the most substantial of the three, with the Tour Lite Pro Evo coming in second. If you are willing to thermomold, the Power LT would ski the best whilst preserving "walkability." If you can't thermomold or break the liner in, then the Tour Lite Pro Evo would be a good option.
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2/8/2022
Question from Larson
 
Would these liners work for my solomon mtn explorer? I have low volume feet. The stock liners are worn out and i slip and slid.
2/8/2022
Answer from Tristan M
 
Hi Larson,

The Palau Power LT is a pretty good spot to start for a close replacement to the stock liner. For a higher volume liner than comes stock, check out the Intuition Pro Tour in the MV. If you have further questions, feel free to reach out to help@skimo.co!
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1/31/2022
Question from NHTrip
 
Hi - I'm in need of replacement liners for my Scarpa TX Pro boots (27.5 mondo). Primarily using for resort lift-served skiing in the East. Would you recommend these or the Intuition Pro Tours?
2/1/2022
Answer from Cole P
 
Hi NHTrip, the Intuition Pro Tour will be the closest to the stock liner for the TX Pro. You can choose between the Medium and High volume depending on how much volume in the boot you need to take up.
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1/29/2022
Question from Will
 
I have a '20-21 Scarpa F1 in size 28.0 that packed out quite a bit after a year of heavy touring. Now I'm kinda swimming around in that boot and have lost a significant amount of control on the downhill, especially in heavy or variable snow. I ski a 27/27.5 inbounds boot (Atomic Hawx Ultra 130s - I have the 27.5 liner) and feel I may have also bought a touring boot that was too large. Will the Power LT liner give me more of a performance fit in my 28.0 F1s and take up some of that extra swim room? Should I go with the 27.5 liner instead of the 28? Thank you!
1/29/2022
Answer from Brett S
 
Thanks for reaching out, Will. The Power LT will feel a bit more substantial than the stock liner. If you go this route, I'd go with a size 28.0. If you have quite a bit of volume, you could also consider putting an Intuition Pro Tour in a 27 MV.
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1/26/2022
Question from Erik M
 
how do these compare to pro tour MV throughout the clog/cuff, particularly in the ankle area? higher or lower volume?

trying to take up ankle space in ZGTP, but not squeeze my wide forefoot.
MVs were not enough and afraid HV will be too much
1/27/2022
Answer from Teddy Young
 
Hey Erik, the Intuition Pro Tour MV is likely a bit thicker than the Power LT throughout the majority of the liner. One option to consider would be adding some strategically placed boot foam around the ankle area, and possibly an aftermarket footbed depending on where your ankles are relative to the boot's ankle pocket shaping.
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1/20/2022
Question from Jayson
 
Looking for a liner upgrade for my Hoji Pro Tour 27.0 … something just a bit more padded and stiffer then the stock liner …. Thoughts on the best one ??
1/21/2022
Answer from Brett S
 
Thanks for your question, Jayson! If you're looking for a stiffer liner, the Intuition Pro Tour liner would serve you the best. If you have a shellfit of a "finger and half," go with a medium volume. If you have a "finger" fit (e.g., real tight) go with the low volume. Please let us know if you have any other questions!
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1/20/2022
Question from gerhardt
 
hi, i have a technical ZeroG 26.5 and i made the mistake of ordering online as i couldn't find them local......and of course skied them some.
i ski a Mach one in resort and thought id be safe...
however...the shell fit is get except though the same last the volume seems to be way bigger and i hate the way it skis on anything hard I was wondering if this liner might help create a snugger fit around my lower foot and still maintain some good ankle lock down? my zip fit are great in the ankle but suck in the foot and for touring and id like to keep them in my resort boots.... willing to sacrifice some uphil for some more downhill
1/21/2022
Answer from Brett S
 
Thanks for the question, Gerhardt. This liner would be an upgrade from what comes stock with the Zero G, especially if you wanted to emphasize the range of motion. If you want an even more snug fit, go for a Intuition Pro Tour in a medium volume (MV). For most folks with this boot (myself included), the Intuition makes a big difference over the stock liner. Please let us know if you have any other questions!
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12/27/2021
dub_xion (used product regularly)
 
Put these into my TLT6s (that I got used) to replace the Pro Tour liners that came with them and were hitting my ankle bone in the wrong place. Molded myself with the boiling water in plastic bag method and have had zero blisters or hot spots. Good stiffness and rearward flex, perfect replacement liner or performance upgrade!
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12/19/2021
Question from Brandon
 
Are these bake to mold or just wear to mold?
12/19/2021
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Brandon, you can thermo-mold these to get a great fit out of the gate, but it's not strictly necessary. You could also ski them in.
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12/4/2021
Question from Tom
 
I have a pair of size 19/20 Hawx Ultra XTD's in a 27.5 and am thinking about replacing the liner. I have about a 10mm shell fit for length and pretty much fill this boot in all the other dimensions. A higher volume liner than stock is not really an option. I would also like a liner that has a little more room in the toebox. The toebox in the the stock liner is freakishly short and tight. Is a size 27.5 or 28 Power LT the right call, or a size 28 Pro Tour LV? Also, are both of those liners lighter than the stock liner at 318 grams?
12/6/2021
Answer from Brett S
 
Thanks for your question, Tom. The 27.5 should do the trick. In terms of weight, the Power LT liners weigh in at 398.2 grams for the pair in a size 27.5. We don't have a 28.0 LV intuition pro tour in stock, so I can't give you an exact weight. My speculation is that they (intuition) would be in the same ballpark as the Power LT's, though. The Power LT is quite thermoformable and you should be able to get the toebox to have enough room. Please let us know if you have any other questions.
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11/22/2021
Question from Sean
 
I go through a pair of new liners about every year or so. I currently use the Intuition Pro Tour Liners (25.0) in my Scott Cosmos II boots. Would these be a good option ?
11/22/2021
Answer from Brett S
 
Thanks for reaching out, Sean! For your boot, I would recommend sticking with the Intuition liners. These are great liners, however, for the big volume of the Cosmos, an Intuition would be the best option. Additionally, the Intuition foam is a bit denser, which helps resist packing out (the Paulau foam is less dense, which is better for range of motion). Please let us know if you have any other questions!
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5/4/2021
Question from Deling R
 
Hi, I have a pair of Dynafit TLT 6 boots with CL liners. I bought them online from Europe as only CR liners were available in North America. After 6 seasons, they have developed a couple of small holes and I need to replace them. I wonder if this liner would be a good replacement for my TLT 6 CL. I love my old ones. It's a spring/summer setup for climbing volcanoes. So I don't need them to be super warm. But I'd like them to be flexible and nimble. Thanks.
5/4/2021
Answer from Zak M
 
Hey Deling, the Palau Power LT liner might be a touch on the beefy side for the TLT 6. I would steer you a bit more towards Palau Tour Lite Pro which would be a good comparison to that CL liner. You could also take a look at the Palau Tour Lite Pro Evo which would give you just a bit more stiffness out of the upper cuff. Let us know if you have any more questions!
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2/10/2021
Question from Tony
 
wow, thanks for the quick response! I should have fleshed out my question a little more - I’m looking to boost downhill performance as much as possible, and am willing to sacrifice a bit of ROM - looking for the “beefiest” liner I could squeeze into that boot while maintaining a similar fit
2/12/2021
Answer from Julieana
 
Hey Tony, if you want to go into more details about our liners feel free to email us at help@skimo.co. This liner will have much more volume than the stock liner of the F1 LT, and therefore will have a significantly snugger fit throughout the boot.
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2/10/2021
Question from Tony
 
Scarpa F1 LT 29.0 , stock liner fits me well, will this liner in the same size fit similarly? Will it be a change in downhill performance?
Thanks
2/10/2021
Answer from Will M
 
Hey Tony,

We actually suggest you go with the Palau Tour Lite Pro as it'll offer similar uphill performance as well as downhill. The Power LT will limit the ROM quite a bit and have a bit too much volume.
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2/4/2021
Question from Reed
 
Hi there, big fan of the site. I'm looking to replace the liner on my 2019-20 Atomic Hawx Ultra XTD 130 boots (size 27.5). I would like to take up a bit more space in the ankle and cuff of the boot. I have about 50 touring days in the boot, and the liner feels pretty blah.

What would be the best liner for the job? From looking through your site, Palau Power LT or Intuition Pro Tour seem to fit that description.

Thank you!
2/4/2021
Answer from Teddy Young
 
Hey Reed, thanks for reaching out! The Intuition Pro Tour Low Volume would likely work well for you!
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