I have the Dalbello AX120s as my inbounds and touring boot. I ski inbounds 80 days per winter and get out touring 20, so I'm doing a lot of both. The stock liners in the Dalbellso are super thin (for weight savings I'd imagine) which makes them really cold and leaves a lot of room around my calves.
I want to put in some Intuition liners in for 1.) warmth and 2.) increased volume. I know that Intuiton makes a touring-specific liner, but those are also pretty thin. I'm wondering if it is stupid to put a regular Intution (non-tour version) in a touring boot? The guy at the shop told me yes, but a friend of mine who works at a different shop says it doesn't matter. As a side note, wrap liner vs tongue liner?