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SCARPA Liners

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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 - 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 - 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.

Pro Flex G - SCARPA's most popular liner, designed for the Maestrale boot. Thick, cozy, and fully moldable.

Alien RS- Direct replacement for the Alien RS stock liner. Lighter weight and slightly thinner but made with the same Intuition quality as other Scarpa liners.

11/12/2018
Question from Troy
 
I have a pair of Scarpa Alien RS size 30 boots. Seeing as how Scarpa doesn't seem to be offering a replacement stock liner yet, how would the Alien liner you sell compare in size 30?
11/12/2018
Answer from Trace Leches
 
Hey Troy! The Palau Tour Lite Performance is probably your best bet for a similar liner at this point.
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11/1/2018
Question from bill
 
Which liner and size liner would work best to replace a Dynafit "one" boot liner 28/28.5 shell.
11/1/2018
Answer from Trace Leches
 
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.
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10/1/2018
Question from kurt
 
Would these liners work for old Scarpa T1 tele boots?
If not, can you get some?
Thanks
10/2/2018
Answer from Nate
 
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.
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8/25/2018
Question from mike
 
Pro Flex liners:
Size 26: How high?, thickness in mm., Stiffness: S,M, H?
For t-2's
8/27/2018
Answer from Trace Leches
 
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.
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5/28/2018
Question from Ivan Sigal
 
Are there still liners available for older Scarpa Terminator 2 boots? Or should I give up on them and start over.
5/28/2018
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Ivan, there is not. You can always try a Pro Flex or an aftermarket liner such as an Intuition or a Palau. Visit our boot fitter for a specific recommendation based on your fit.
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3/5/2018
Question from Jeff Deziel
 
wil pro flex G fit in my Scarpa T2X? Thanks!!
3/5/2018
Answer from Nate
 
Hi Jeff, the likely answer is "yes," but we can't be 100% certain because we do not stock the T2X.
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12/6/2017
Question from Jonathan
 
Are the Pro Flex G the same as the stock liner that comes with the 2014-2015 Freedom SL?
12/6/2017
Answer from Trace Leches
 
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.
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11/29/2017
Question from Eric S
 
Another question. How does the "Scarpa" Proflex-G differ from the Intuition Pro-Tour?
11/29/2017
Answer from eric
 
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.
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11/29/2017
Question from Eric S
 
Will the size 28.5 Proflex liners fit in my size 28 Dynafit TLT 6?

I suspect they will. My very old T2 liners size 28.5 fit my TLT5, size 28.5.

Thanks
11/29/2017
Answer from eric
 
Eric- The sizing would be right for your 28 dynafit boots. If it "fits" will depend on the shape of your foot.
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11/14/2017
Question from Aaron
 
I was curious if the Alien 1.0 Liner would fit well in a PDG boot, current model year?
11/15/2017
Answer from Trace Leches
 
Hey Aaron, thanks for reaching out! Technically, yes. Realistically, it's tough to say if your foot will work with this combo.
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2/7/2017
Question from Luke
 
How would the Alien liners work with an older version of the Scarpa F1s (the lime green model). Would I be better off with an Intuition Pro-Tour?
2/7/2017
Answer from jbo
 
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.
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12/3/2016
Question from Patrick
 
How does the Pro Flex G liner compare to the Pro Flex Evo that comes with the F1?
12/15/2016
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Patrick, the Pro Flex G is a bit stiffer and about an ounce heavier [27]. Also a slightly more rigid shin pad and feels a tad thicker throughout.
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10/25/2016
Question from Aljaz
 
Is it possible to use Alien 1.0 liner in regular Alien boots? I have regular Alien boots, but it's hard for me to find liner for normal Aliens in EU.
10/25/2016
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Aljaz, yes it's possible. Note the 1.0 liner is thinner so there will be more space in the boot which may affect your fit. We should also have more "0.0" liners later this fall.
1/14/2017
Answer from Alex N
 
What about going the other way- using the Alien liner to make the Alien 1.0 a little warmer and more mountain-worthy?
1/14/2017
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Alex, yes that is possible if you have a little extra room as the Alien liner is a bit thicker.
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10/15/2016
Question from Patrick
 
Do you have liners for the F1s?
10/15/2016
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Patrick, not in stock, I will have to check on availability for you.
10/17/2016
Answer from Patrick
 
Ok, thanks! I look forward to hearing if they're available.
10/18/2016
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Patrick, it sounds like there will not be any availability this season, sorry.
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10/3/2016
Question from Rich
 
do you guys sell a liner for an alien 24.0?
10/3/2016
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Rich, we will have a size run of the Alien liners later this fall. Send us an e-mail if you'd like one reserved for you.
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1/28/2016
Question from anthony
 
Hi, Do you think this would be a upgrade from the stock liner in the Syborg/do you think it would fit, which model is preferable? Thanks,
2/3/2016
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Anthony, the Alien liners are a bit thicker than the Syborgs, which may be considered an upgrade depending on your perspective. The 1.0s would be a fairly negligible difference.
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