"oh man! i was going through the woods with all my buddies, I GOT SOOO MANY FACE SHOTS! I'm toattly soaked now. Man I'm sooo tired. I can't belive how hard you nailed it wow. But seriously it was like face shot after face shot. I'm exhausted i can barely move my legs"
hehe, 10-15 minutes tops on a heat mould oven. Heat fitting only does so much though. It helps the liner form to your foot a little quicker, but it's no more than what a day of skiing would do.
Someone did bring in a pair of boots to my shop once and wanted his boots warrantied cause he tried heating them in the oven. He insisted that they were supposed to be heated in the oven... according to and old school shop tech.
why dont you find me?
no one is stupid enough to put thier skis in the oven. are you kidding me? fuck son!
And if they are stupid enough, they shouldnt be allowed to use the oven, or the internet.
word, that way the special heat fit liquid can stay warm longer.
its very suseptable to the microwave wavelength, this will ensure an amazing snuggliness to your fit.
also, wongbanger is a douche, i bet he snowlerblades.
It really depends on what kind of liner it is. There are different temps and heating styles for different liners and foams. Also you didn't let us know what kind of heat fit, a lot of boots are just toe and heel heat fit, but something like an intuition (sp?) liner is fully moldable. Take them to a shop with a good bootfitter. WORTH IT.
you stick the boot on a specific heater (for boots) which warms up the liner, so it can then conform to subtleties of your foot, giving a more enhanced fit; its like putting a mouthguard in boiling water so it gets soft enough to adjust to the shape of your teeth/mouth, and then cools to be that shape. Boots are made with a variety of materials, so some will adjust due to heat, others will not.