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  1. #1
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    Intuition Group Buy: Final Details

    They do not carry the ID Thermo Liners.


    Individual payment by credit card, check, wire transfer or Pay Pal is OK. We prefer to have payment before shipping product for individual sales. The liners can be exchanged for size (before molding) immediately if needed.


    Alison Staples will handle the orders directly from our Vancouver office if you need to call somebody.

    Email goes to info@intuitionsports.com
    Subject line: TetonGravity Group Buy

    Make sure to tell her the Liner Type and Size - or you can send the shell type and size. (Example: Dalbello Krypton Pro 28.5)

    Cost will be $100 US + taxes + shipping and you can stipulate in the email how you would like to pay. (paypal address is info@intuitionsports.com)



    Yep, I just got back in touch w/ alison and we got some good news/ bad news.

    Good news: TGR has sent them over 200 orders!! That's friggen insanely awesome... for a relatively small company, I'm sure $20,000-25,000 worth of orders makes a difference. They are really stoked on TGR and the overwhelming positive response of their product.

    The following is new information about the TGR Group Buy (not so good news):

    As of January 1st all of our prices went up, including our pro-deals. The old pro-deal price for liners was $100 for all models. Here are the new prices:

    Alpine/Denali/Universal: $110.00
    Plug/PowerWrap: $120.00

    Alison was extending the old price ($100) to the TGR so far but as of Saturday January 19th, the prices will go up to reflect the new prices.
    Last edited by Poop~Ghost; 01-15-2008 at 08:53 PM. Reason: They wanted the email changed.

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    Thumbs up

    Thanks Mang.



    Is there cut off date?

    Power Wraps have arrived.
    Last edited by Andy_B; 10-09-2007 at 02:18 PM. Reason: cut off date q
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    That's awesome dude -thanks for the hookup!

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    good shit man, thanks for hooking it up

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andy_B View Post
    Thanks Mang.



    Is there cut off date?

    There does not appear to be - they didn't mention it.

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    I was just about to call them today and then PM you, looks like you beat me to it though.

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    THANKS, so stoked...
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    Thanks for organizing this, P*G!

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    thanks mang for getting this all setup!!!
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    Seize the day, trusting little in the future.

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    sick
    Thanks for the hookup

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    Do you want us to post what we get when we place our order so you have an idea of how many were sold off of this group buy?
    Last edited by mwthomsen; 09-11-2007 at 01:43 PM. Reason: Oh yeah thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by mwthomsen View Post
    Do you want us to post what we get when we place our order so you have an idea of how many were sold off of this group buy?
    Sure... that would be cool. Especially when we reach ONE TRILLION DOLLARS worth of liners.

    Which should happen shortly.

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    This is awesome. Just last night I glanced at the old old old geigh pink Flexon Comps and thought, damn, maybe if i get some liners I'll keep using these, and, voila! [usually on the T2X's/tele boards...]
    thanks!!!!!
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    It's the same old shit that I ain't gonna take off anyone.
    and I never had a shortage of people tryin' to warn me about the dangers I pose to myself.

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    Getting Intuition liners was the best thing I ever did for my feet. If intuition has advice for you all in cooking the liners - follow their advice! They did an amazing job for me

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    Quote Originally Posted by soul_skier View Post
    THANKS, so stoked...
    you gettin some man? i think those kryptons i just bought come with them, i'll prob just sub them in for my denalis

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    This is a long shot, but if anyone has some Krypton ID gold liners in a 25 or 26, and would rather get some standard Intuitions, I would be willing to buy the Intuitions and swap with you. I like the ID liners better than the other Intuitions. So if anyone is interested, PM me.

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    I wouldn't have half as much gear without this site. Thanks for setting this up.

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    Poop Ghost....you are pooptacular. poop you very much for the poopin hook up. i'm freakin pooped to get some poopwraps.

    yours pooply
    melly.
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    Thanks for hooking this up, I went ahead and ordered a pair, looking foward to the final upgraded piece of my AT boots.

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    Thumbs up

    P*G - Thanks for putting this together.

    feet before - feet now -

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    Poop ghost is the man! Thanks for the hook up.

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    got the plugs. stoked.

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    P*G, thanks again. My size 10 Power Wraps are on their way. Maybe this year I won't grow a 6th toe!

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    Poop, thanks for the hook up!

    Anybody know by what service these ship(via UPS, USPS, FedEx, other)? It makes a difference on which address I give them.
    Old's Cool.

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    For those of you getting these, here's a link to a good article on cooking these yourself, if you have the guts (I don't - I took mine to Surefoot and had them do it).

    http://www.yyzcanuck.com/E_tech_cooking.htm

    Its written for Alpine snowboarders, but its exactly the same for ski boots (Alpine SB boots are just ski boots with a different heel/toe and a little lateral flex).
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