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10-21-2007, 11:00 PM #1Registered User
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Replacement Liners for Lange Boots
I have Lange Comp 120s MFs. I'm also a patroller and managed to shred a pair of liners in just 4 months last year. Does anyone know how I could get a hold of replacement factory liners for these boots? Or what a really good alternative liner would be that would offer the same performance. I'm especially concerned about the liner being tall enough for the boot.
10-21-2007, 11:54 PM #2
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10-21-2007, 11:55 PM #3
From my previous post back in Gear Swap...here's the guy I was talking about: http://www.tetongravity.com/forums/s...t=lange+liners.Turning is for when things get in your way ||
10-22-2007, 08:39 AM #4
what size? I might have some liners
also the liner is just a sock, it will stretch to the shell that it is put into. so any brand will work.
10-22-2007, 03:22 PM #5
re: Replacement Liners for Lange Boots
Try ZipFit.... damn near remarkable liners. They're pricy, but the fit is amazingly.... http://www.zipfit.com/
BTW: I have a set of used twice Atomic WC liners that I'll do for $40 w/ shipping (26.5).
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10-24-2007, 11:35 AM #6
I've molded several zipfit liners for lange and similar shells. I also mold and highly reccomend intuition liners. Deciding between the two really just comes down to personal preference and what you want out of a liner. Both of them will provide FAR more performance than the factory liner.
Intuition liners are a very well established product and are used by many people. They mold the entire foot and are superior to zipfits in situations where one has a slightly loose fit on a shell. No custom liner can turn an improperly sized shell into a good fitting boot, but if your foot was a bit too narrow for a boot, intuitions are great at taking up space. The downside to these liners are their life compared to the zipfit. Intuition liners can be molded up to three times, usually after 80-100 days of skiing. Another downside is that they can be tricky to mold. There is no universally accepted process for molding them, so your experience from shop to shop will vary greatly.
Zipfit liners are a little more expensive than intuitions and not quite as well known, despite being an older product. They have an incredible lifespan. They can be molded as many times as you want, simply by microwaving them. The molding process is incredibly easy, making it a little less likely that you'll suffer from an inexperienced fitter. Life expectancy is around 800 days, which will easily outlast your shells. Zipfits are good in situations with narrow lasted boots or people with with a very wide forefoot. The molding material is only around the lower leg, ankle, and heel. The forefoot is basically just thin neoprene, so if your forefoot is cramped, these aren't going to be taking up any unnecessary space.
Hope this helps!
04-02-2012, 11:14 AM #7Registered User
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