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Racing and touring is hard on liners. Sweat builds up; articulation causes chafing. Replace your SCARPA boot liners with a fresh pair, listed below by model.

Alien - Updated Intuition liner that comes with the newer Alien boots (since 2019/20). Also known as the Cross Fit Tour Lite liner.

Alien 0.0 (original) - The original 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.

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 1.1 - Intuition Crossfit BT Liner for the 2nd version of the Alien 1.0 that we all refer to as the "1.1" edition here at Skimo Co. Big tongue but nothing in the back.

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). Women's version also available for your F1 women's boot!

Pro Flex G - SCARPA's most popular liner, designed for the Maestrale 1.0 boot. Thick, cozy, and fully moldable. Men's and women's versions are available, with the latter having a slightly lower calf for the Gea RS 1.0.

Pro Flex Performance - Wonderfully warm and massively moldable, this is the replacement liner for the Maestrale RS 2.0 and 3.0 boot, blue highlights and all. Women's version is for the Gea RS 2.0.

Pro Flex Touring - This is the replacement liner for the Maestrale (not RS), very supportive and molds well. The Gea liner is available for women.

Tour LT - And also Tour LT Women. These are the liners found in the SCARPA FT LT and LT Women's boots. Typical Intuition foam that also works great in other boots.

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Questions & Reviews

9/26/2022
Question from Brian T
 
I am looking to replace the liners in my scarpa alien rs size 28. Suggestions?
9/27/2022
Answer from Tristan M
 
Hi Brian,

The replacement liner for the Scarpa Alien RS is the Crossfit Tour in the drop down above. However, it looks like we are out of stock, and will not be getting more. The Scarpa F1 LT liner is quite similar, and would be your best replacement option. In the drop down above, you want the Scarpa Tour LT in a 28.0.
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9/16/2022
Question from Kate
 
Hi, I have a pair of Scarpa Women's Freedom SL carbon core touring boots probably manufactured in 2014, that I need some new heat mouldable intuition liners for (size 25.5), as these have been a great fit. I can't see this exact same liner- what would be the closest version to replace them with? Cheers
9/16/2022
Answer from Kate
 
This is the photo of my scarpa freedom sl boot and liner I just asked a question about getting a replacement liner for.. thx
9/17/2022
Answer from Brett S
 
Thanks for reaching out, Kate. An Intuition Pro Tour would work quite well. A 26 size would the best size to go with. For information on how to select a "MV" vs "HV," please click here.
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5/16/2022
Question from Joel
 
Hi, my alien 1.1 (size 30, 1,5 finger shell fit) liners are packed out and I need a replacement. I need to take up a lot of space (should have had the 29 shell..), is there any thicker alternative? Ive tried using my packed out Tecnica ZGPT liner but the padding behind the calf introduces too much forward lean, and I would like even thicker foam.
5/16/2022
Answer from Jeff
 
Joel, sounds like you have a very narrow, long foot. That's tough, especially for a race boot. Since the Alien 1.1 does not have a full liner, any thick liner will have a thick cuff.
The first idea is to chop the cuff off as the stock liners.
Being true to the boot, the F1 LT liner will be thicker in the foot, but not as much as your ZG liners. The cuff is still rather thick and you can cut off the stiffener from the cuff.
The 1.5 finger fit is about right, most likely your big toe would not be happy in a size 29 shell.
You can emial us at help@skimo.co for more detailed help.
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3/25/2022
Question from adierker219@gmail.com
 
Hi Skimo, is the updated Alien liner a good replacement for the old Alien 1.0? Or do you have another suggestion for mondo 26.0?
3/25/2022
Answer from Jeff
 
Hi Alex, That original 1.0 liner was rather unique. A sock with padding where you needed it. The Alien is a traditional liner, so will be a bit thicker, but should be a good replacement.
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3/22/2022
Question from Anna
 
Hi folks, can you recommend a good replacement liner for a Scarpa T2 women's tele boot? Stock liners used to fit great, but they are packed out. Thanks!
3/23/2022
Answer from Brett S
 
Hey Anna, please send us an email to help@skimo.co with your boot size and we can help you out!
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3/20/2022
Question from AARON O
 
Any idea when you will have more Alien 1.1 liners in stock?
3/21/2022
Answer from Brett S
 
Hey Aaron, send us an email at help@skimo.co with the size you're after and we'll try to get it in for you!
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3/17/2022
Question from lubomir
 
may i ask if there is any less warm and also more flexible alternative to replace original F1 LT liner?
3/18/2022
Answer from Jeff
 
More or less warm does not really come into play, but there is a more flexible liner for you. The Alien liner looks the same but has a thinner more flexible tongue. And has less upper cuff reinforcement.
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3/7/2022
Question from Steve
 
Which boot liners are compatible with scarpa invernos. I bought a new pair this season mostly for ice climbing, the stock liners are a bit soft. and pack out after a couple of hours
3/8/2022
Answer from Tristan M
 
Hi Steve,

Thanks for reaching out! All of the liners that we carry are intended for alpine touring ski boots. If you are looking for a replacement liner for your plastic double boots, I would take a look at the Intuition Logan Liners. These liners will keep your feet toasty on even the coldest ice days, and intuition foam is about as good as it gets!
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3/3/2022
Question from Peter Hyson
 
I'm looking to replace the liners in some old scarpa T1 telemark boots. Would any of these liners fit do you think?
3/3/2022
Answer from Tristan M
 
Hi Peter,

Thanks for reaching out! The T1 is a pretty beefy boot. I would recommend the Intuition Pro Tour in a MV as the best aftermarket replacement option. If you need to take up some extra space in your T1s, consider going with the HV option.
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2/27/2022
Question from Emily
 
Hi there, I got a pair of scarpa tx pro ntn boots size 23 but I think I need a 22.5. Scarpa shell size break is on the whole size up so I’d just need a 22.5 liner right? Which liner should I get?

Thank you!
2/28/2022
Answer from Zak M
 
Hey Emily, the size 22.5 or the 23 liner would work just fine!
2/28/2022
Answer from Emily P
 
Do you have the specific liner that goes into those boots, the Intuition® Speed Pro G WMN?
2/28/2022
Answer from Emily P
 
Intuition® Speed Pro G WMN
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2/21/2022
Question from Brian loeb
 
I have the Scarpa mastrale RS in size 32. They are a little loose i am looking for a fuller 32 or a 31.5. What do you recommend?
2/22/2022
Answer from Ian C
 
Hi Brian, by "fuller" do you mean tighter? Assuming you are in the correct shell size, we actually don't carry Scarpa liners in that size but we could special order a set of the Pro Flex Performance or Intuition Pro Tour for you!
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2/11/2022
Question from Scott
 
Any more Cross Fit Tour in 28 coming this season
2/11/2022
Answer from Ian C
 
Hi Scott, if you write us at help@skimo.co we may be able to source some of these liners from Scarpa for you!
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1/24/2022
Question from Austin Stephens
 
Hey Skimo Co Crew,
I'm in need of a new liner for my Alien RS, size 27.5.. I don't see any inventory in my size here. Do you recommend another liner that will give similar (if not more race-oriented) performance?

Thank you!
1/26/2022
Answer from Brett S
 
Thanks for reaching out, Austin. The Ultralight Race Liners in the 7mm thickness would be a good replacement! Either the 27.5 or 28.0 would work.
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1/24/2022
Question from Erica L
 
I've got a pair of Scarpa F1 womens (circa 2017) size 25.0 that I need a new pair of liners for. They've got a lot of slosh going on so I'd love a liner that can take up some space, and I wouldn't mind something a bit warmer than came in them (I live in Interior AK). What would my best option be? Thanks!!
1/24/2022
Answer from eric
 
Erica- If you want to take up room in that boot you should try the Palau Power LT in the same size as your shell. That should snug things up and provide more warmth.
1/29/2022
Answer from Will
 
Hey, should you choose the same size as your shell for the Palau Power LT generally? I also have a pair of '20-21 F1s that have too much slosh after a year of hard touring...
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1/13/2022
Question from Milan
 
Scarpa Alien
Need to replace trashed liners. What are my options
They do look exactly like these
Size Mondo 290
Use these for Skimo Training and BC guiding
1/13/2022
Answer from Brett S
 
Thanks for reaching out, Milan. If you liked the original liner, the "Alien" liner in a 29.0 from the drop-down menu above would a good option! Please let us know if you have any other questions.
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1/12/2022
Question from Alex Pond
 
Hey Guys
I have a pair of Alien 3.0 size 28
Scarpa is now out of any of the liners for the replacement and I have been using an old pair of my PDG2 liners in the interim.
I saw the full sock scarpa liner and thought that would be a great option since the old ankle sock size in the 3.0 is hard to get into anyways, and this you can slide you me foot in from the top and have great coverage to the top of the boot cuff.
Do you have the 28 size in that model? Or would a 29 size down or try and stretch a 27.5?
Thanks!!
AP
1/13/2022
Answer from Brett S
 
Thanks for reaching out, Alex. Either the Palau Ultralight Race Liners in a 5mm or 7mm would work. If you won't heat mold, go with the 5mm. If you will heat mold, go for the 7mm. Whichever thickness you go for, I'd stick with a 28.0. Please let us know if you have any other questions!
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1/11/2022
Question from Danny Twang
 
Looking for a new liner to a pair of Scarpa F1 Carbon size 285mm 5.5-6. The original liner is very thin and think I can go a tad thicker. Any suggestion

Thanks,
Danny
1/11/2022
Answer from Zak M
 
Hey Danny, if you think you need to take up some volume the Pro-Flex Evo line would definitely accomplish that, or the Alien Liner will also be quite similar to the liner that comes in the Scarpa F1 Carbon. Let us know if you have any more questions!
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12/27/2021
Question from Aaron Libby
 
I have a pair of Black Diamond Factor MX boots in 27.5 that I've been using for a couple of years now and the liner is well worn out. I was wondering if the Scarpa pro flex g liner would be a good replacement since I can't get the original liners anymore. Are there any reasons those won't work in my Black Diamond Factor MX boots?
12/27/2021
Answer from Tristan M
 
Hi Aaron,

The Pro Flex G is potentially an option as a replacement liner for your Factor MX boots. However, I am unsure that we would be able to get our hands on a pair for you.

I think an Intuition Pro Tour MV will be a better option, and a pretty close replacement to the stock liner. If you have any further liner questions, feel free to reach out to help@skimo.co!
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12/22/2021
Question from Mike
 
I have a F1 LT size 28 after one light season the stock liners got damaged. They have broken in decently, with light toe wiggle room. But sadly they are already damaged (see the photos) i think it is the place where the first pair of BOA cables meet the liner. I like to dial the BOA a little bit while skinning up and bootpacking (did just once) so that the heel stays in place. As the wires are internal and the boa bottom plastic is narrow it does not protect this area. And so my opinion is that the wires cut through. Originally the liners of the F1 LT came with an orange neoprene piece in this area which might either help or worsen it, i dont know, but nowadays its manufactured without the piece.
Is the wire abrasion the reason why the liners are nowhere to be found? Or i am the only one with this problem? Have you dealt with this issue? Which liner Palau or Intuition or any other would you recommend, as the originals are nowhere to be found.
Overall i love the shoes so much, fit, skiability, uphill with ease ...
12/22/2021
Answer from Ian C
 
Hi Mike, sorry about the trouble! Kudos on the detective work. This is the first time I am hearing of this particular issue but I agree that there could be some friction at the BOA cable/liner instep interface, depending on your foot shape. From the picture it is hard to tell if you are losing performance from the damage, but if you are interested in a replacement, try the Palau Tour Lite Pro!
3/28/2022
Answer from Olivier P
 
Hi, have you heard more about this problem during this season? I have the same problem (bad enough that the seam is unraveling and the elastic instep strap is coming off), and I'm wondering if there's anything I can do to fix it.
9/12/2022
Answer from Carbonj
 
I glued a stout piece of nylon fabric to protect the liner. My wear point are on the tongue.
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12/21/2021
Question from Didi
 
I have a pair of 2017 Maestrale RS and i am looking for an replacement liner. What is the difference between the „Pro Flex G“ and the „Pro Flex Performance“ liner?
12/22/2021
Answer from Ian C
 
Hi Didi, these liners are relatively similar as they come with different generations of the Maestrale/Gea. The biggest difference I could find is the back of the cuff, the part that contacts your calf. The Pro Flex G is reinforced and therefore very rigid there, whereas the Pro Flex Performance allows a little bit more flexion.
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