Racing and touring is hard on liners. Sweat builds up; articulation causes chaffing. Replace your SCARPA boot liners with a fresh pair, listed below by model.
Alien 1.0 (original) - Intuition Light liner is as snug as a sock. In fact, you have to put it on before putting on the shell. Moldable, but thin so you won’t get too much extra room.
Alien (original) - Also an Intuition liner designed specifically for the 0.0 version. Fully heat moldable and has a tongue for easy entry. Velcro closure at the top keeps it tight.
Cross Fit Tour - Direct replacement for the Alien RS stock liner. Like all SCARPA liners, these are made with high-quality Intuition foam.
Pro Flex Evo - Replacement liner for your F1 boots. Also a great liner for other boots if you want a thinner Intuition liner (as compared to the Pro Tour).
Pro Flex G - SCARPA's most popular liner, designed for the Maestrale boot. Thick, cozy, and fully moldable. Men's and women's versions available, with the latter having a slightly lower calf.
I have a pair T Race 29.5 what liner would you recommend ?
Robert, the Pro Flex Evo 29.5 would be the best from here. That is the liner for the Maestrale. Or you can go with the Intutition Tour Pro. It would be beefier in the cuff, maybe thicker under foot and you can choose between Medium and Low volume.
I am trying to figure out what size boot liner I have so I know what to order as a replacement. I have the Scarpa intuition 275 - 10601 / 1. Can you tell me what size that equates to?
Dutch, the 275 is the size, a 27.5. The liners are are each for a specific model, but can be used in different ones. If you can't find the one you need, please contact us at email@example.com for assistance finding another liner to fit your boot.
Hey Bill! I think that this liner in a 28.5 is probably the better choice as a "direct" replacement, but if you are looking to customize the fit a bit there are other options. This liner might work but my concern is that it'd be a bit too thin unless the previous liner was way too tight until it packed out. This one could be a good choice as well and could likely improve skiability.
Hi Kurt, these liners will work in your T1. You just want to ensure that when you mold the liner you flex the toe bellows a couple times to ensure that you create the flex zone in the toe of the liner.
Hey Mike! I'm definitely not the leading authority on the T-2 as we've never stocked it so bear with me. Overall I think the Pro Flex G is probably a pretty similar liner to what your T-2 had in it and probably one of the best replacement liners available. They're fairly stiff (Medium or Medium Hard maybe) and seem to have a pretty tall cuff.
Hey Jonathan! Nope, they're from the Maestrale! They're a bit shorter in the cuff, thinner, and have better walking capabilities, but it comes at the expense of stiffness in ski mode. The Speed Ride Liner is the original Freedom SL liner that you're looking for, but the Intuition Pro Tour is another awesome option to consider, especially if you spend a bunch of time skinning in those boots.
Eric-Depends on which liner you choose. The pro-tour medium volume and low volume are different thicknesses. Both the pro-tours will have a stiffer cuff than the proflex-g and will add some support to the boots. The proflex-g has a thinner toe area but probably the thickest cuff of the three liners. Otherwise the Low volume pro-tour is the thinnest liner of the 3 overall.
Hi Luke, it depends on your fit. The Alien liners are a lot thinner so if you didn't have much room in the shell they would work great. The Pro-Tours are thicker, heavier, and don't articulate as well.