kalle.even though my boots fit me like a glove, i'll warm the liners with a hairdryer on my first day for this season, since they are heat-moldable liners. that way they get a more presice fit when i'm skiing.
tomPietrowskiThe hair dryer really won't make much difference. If your liners are already bedded in heating them a little will have pretty much no effect.
GrumpisPringleI fitted some boots and ordered them online to save money. any tips on Heat molding my intuition liners? And remember kids, lip on blind 270
rozboonWait, so if I'm understanding this right you went to a shop, probably ate up at least an hour of a bootfitters time finding a boot that fits you nicely, then you screwed them by buying the boot online instead?
teamdummyCliff notes version ....
Find out what a toe cap is
Set oven to 250-280 degrees F
put one liner in at a time
DONT put them in on the hot rack or your boots will have griddle burns
put them in on a cool cookies sheet
heat 8-10 minutes
take them out
put them on your foot first
then shove them into the shell
buckle in avoiding any creases or folds
flex a few times
bump your heel back and down
wait about 15 minutes
repeat other foot