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Palau Tour Lite Evo MV Liners


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Replacing the Tour Lite Pro and Tour Lite Pro Evo, the Tour Lite Evo MV is seeking to position itself as the perfect liner to complement the performance of your touring boot. Starting with the closed cell, medium density (MD) EVA foam, these liners keep the impressive range of motion indicative of a modern touring boot, allowing you to move quickly and efficiently in the mountains. If they fit just a bit too snugly out of the box, the Tour Lite Evo MV is highly thermoformable, allowing it to be customized for all shapes and sizes of feet. Not wanting to overcrowd your toe box, Palau used a thinner foam over the toe, meaning it plays nicely with boots that feature lower stack height in the toe box. The 10mm cuff securely cradles the shin while the 7mm thick material surrounding the foot is just right. Built to match your large output days, the Tour Lite Evo MV will be with you every step of the way.

  • Closed cell, MD foam is highly thermoformable, allowing for a truly customized fit.
  • Relief zone in the rear of the liner allows for an excellent range of motion.
  • Designed to provide performance, lightness, and precision fit, perfect for modern-day touring boots.
  • NeoWrap closure system allows the liner to be snugged up against the shin, preventing obnoxious slipping issues.

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Questions & Reviews

Question from Jeff
Looking for a replacement liner for a Dynafit blacklight 29.0 that has a little more volume than stock liners. Would this be a good choice?
Answer from Gabriel I
Hi Jeff, the Blacklight liner is on the thinner size, nominally 5mm though it feels a bit bulkier than that in the cuff. This Tour Lite Evo will be a bit higher volume all around, so I think a good option for you.
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Question from Matt
Would these be a good fit for Hagan Core TF's?
Answer from Emmett I

This would be a good option for the Core TFs for sure!
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Question from Vaughn P
For a 27.5/28 Scarpa F1 is the 27.5 the correct size? Debating between these and the new LV Tour Wraps to take up space around the ankles and lower calves (power buckle is maxed out). Thanks!
Answer from Vaughn P
Should add that I’m looking at the Power LT’s as well. Just not a fan of tongues migrating while skinning.
Answer from Carlos M
Hi Vaughn,

27.5 would work well! I should note that the LV Tour Wrap will take up substantially more space in the calf/shin area, compared to either of the Palau options. The Power LT would add a little bit over stock - the Tour Lite Evo MV is actually a bit thinner than stock, it would not take up any additional space.
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Question from Duncan M
Does the 10mm foam extend down around the heel and the rear of the foot? Or is the 10mm foam only above the flex zone?

I have a pair of Palau PowerTrack 10 Liners (10mm throughout) that fit well except around the toe box where they are too thick. Wondering if this liner would be a good replacement with similar heel hold but more room in the toes.
Answer from Jeff
Duncan, Just the cuff is 10mm thick, read past that and the whole foot is 7mm. This is a lot less liner then the PowerTrack 10. Sounds like you got a good fit, did you heat mold those liners? Pretty tough to order a Perfect liner, that is where fitting comes in.
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Question from Grey wolf
I have a pair of the orange and black atomic backlands that I split board in , the original liners are definitely shot. Would the Palau tour lite evo mv work in these? I do have a fairly high instep/arch.
Answer from Gabriel I
Hi Grey, this liner would be appropriate as a replacement. Or the Power LT for something a tad stiffer. A well fitting insole and a heat mold is the best way to address your high arch and instep, in any liner.
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Question from Louis
I have a pair of TLT8 s with the custom light liner. I need a thicker liner -I have too much volume (although no extra width) in the boots as is. Would the Palau tour lite evo MV be a good choice? Or is there a better choice out there? I do overnight trips so would prefer an option that will absorb minimal moisture (hence the reason I didn’t get the CR liner)
Answer from Carlos M
Hi Louis, In the past, our recommendation for taking up volume in the TLT 8 would have been the  Palau Power LT - however, this liner looks like it would also do the job well with an even thicker cuff and a medium volume fit overall. Unfortunately, because we haven't received this liner yet it's hard to say for sure what the differences will be. But the Power LT is a good bet!
Answer from CDB
Would these be a good upgrade for the stock Zero G Tour Pro liner? I have two seasons in the stock liner and they are roomy in the toe box and heel, but tight on the sides of the midfoot (after punching and custom footbeds). I can’t decide between these, the Power LT, and the Intuition low volume.
Answer from Carlos M
I think the Power LT or the Intuition LV would be better matches to the Pro Tour than something this light. Both the Power LT and the LV Intuition are fairly comparable to the stock liner in thickness. If you have discomfort in the midfoot I would consider more shell work, going to a thinner liner might help relieve it to some extent but I would also worry that it would make other parts of the boot too loose and not supportive enough, given that it is a stiff downhill-oriented boot. A heat mold should create enough space if the shell fit is reasonable - otherwise, the solution is probably to improve the shell fit rather than cut back on the liner in a big way.
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