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Sorry for another post about the Pro Models! Just thought of this question though. I remember reading somewhere that the Pro Model Boot's liners (Course CF PRO) are heat moldable. Is this true, and if they are how would I go about molding them to my feet? Could I do it, or would a store have to do it? Thanks!
Actually now that I'm thinking about this, I guess it probably means that the boot kinda molds to your warm fit everytime you wear it.... but Just want to double check.
Your shop should have an oven they can stick your liners in that will warm them to the correct temperature. Then you slam the liners back into your boots, put them on, and do them up for 10-20 minutes. Done. Or, just work them in, that works well too.
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the shop where you got them should have a special machine that's basically a hot air dryer. dont put them in an oven or you will have a big problem. the blow dryer thing works alright but it's really easy. you just leave the liners in the boots and put them on this thing for like 10-15 min and then put them on your feet for like 15 min.
hairdryer worked for mine just fine, but kept shorting out cause of overheating when i stuffed it in my boot
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