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Full Tilt -- Heat Mold Liners
This summer I bought a pair of model A full tilt boots (not with the model A liner, it's the pro model liner). They're great boots and the guys who fit me were pretty knowledgeable bros but the heat molding process was a bit...flawed. My left liner fits well but they actually burnt my leg (through a ski sock) and my right leg was fine but the mold is a little bit screwy. It puts a little extra pressure on my shin and isn't as snug around my leg. I didn't actually notice this while at the shop cuz I was dying to get out of the scalding hot boots. Anyway, my question is, can the liners be reheated and molded again? Any tips for the molding process?
Ski The East
I'm by no means a "boot specialist" or "boot fitter" but I've heard, i think on the FT website that, yes, the liners can be molded/cooked more then once. Good luck either way though. I have to go get my Konflicts molded.
they can usually be remolded 3-5 times i believe
"One time I banned someone in my sleep out of reflex." - JD
Ski The East
big time. and remember, you're boots are still going to break in a bit after you ski on them. i found that for a while my right foot always hurt, and then it was my left, but now they are both good.
i did this last season on konflicts.
be a stallion
truth. i have yet to ski on them so i won't get a real good feel for them til i do.
thanks for the help
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