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  1. #1
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    K2 tour wrap liners?

    Anyone have experience with K2 tour wrap liners? They're branded as intuition but are labeled as half sizes as opposed to Intuition being whole sizes. No info on volume. Looks like they have j bars installed already and possibly a reinforced sole.

    https://k2snow.com/en-us/p/pro-wrap-tour-liner

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    I’ve used full tilt branded in my dalbello and assume K2 is the same deal
    Mine was 26.5 and worked great


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    Looks pretty high volume ?

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    K2 tour wrap liners?

    I liked my full tilt more than the standard intuition. The cuff is more substantial but the lower is similar

    I just bought a pair since my current ones are tearing .

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    Paging Tom Pietrowski

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    Are you guys using same size as your shell for your liner?

  7. #7
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    Yes

    Same size as my intuition pro wrap also.

    They’re fine, I mean they do the job.

    Initially I wanted the intuition tour wrap but the shop screwed up and ordered this instead, they’re ok so I took them

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    Quote Originally Posted by kamtron View Post
    Looks pretty high volume ?
    Not that much I mean it’s dual density unlike the intuition pro wrap for exemple so it compress more easily.

    I'm using them in my Mercury, on the lower part, I have more space with my K2 Pro Tour Wrap vs my Intuition Pro Tour. On the calf, it's the opposite.

    They're way better than the Intuition Pro Tour for me, but maybe it's just that I'm not built for tongue liners.

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    I couldn't use the stock liner or any intuition liner with a tongue in my Mercurys cuz of a high instep so its all wrap all the time,

    I have intuition power wraps, raichle power wraps and the Dalbello orange ID pwerwraps in both a full size and the next half size up

    I think the only difference with the Dalbello's is the number that was stenciled on the outside with a black spray bomb, I don't believe it was actualy half a size different
    Last edited by XXX-er; 04-13-2024 at 12:02 PM.
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    @xxx-er, what touring boot did you replace your Mercury with ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by stuntmanbo View Post
    @xxx-er, what touring boot did you replace your Mercury with ?
    The Vulcan which is definately stiffer/ almost exactly the same fit, bought em online swapped liners and they were just a little tight so I had them re-cooked at Intuition
    Last edited by XXX-er; 04-14-2024 at 09:45 AM.
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  12. #12
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    I ordered the 29.5 and 30.5 for my 29.5 Cochise shell. I opened the 30.5 first and they felt short on my toes, so I need to stretch that during the heat mold process. The other thing that surprised me was it looks like these were pulled out of a Full Tilt/K2 boot because they have boot impressions on them. Maybe they are made like that because the picture on website has visible moldings on them as well. Won’t get to ski them until next year, unfortunately.

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