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 Poster: A snowHead
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Hey,

Just a quick question on zipfit liners, are they something you need to go and get fitted? I assume it's best to do so??
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I'd say it is probably a good idea, I believe there are several models in the range and a good boot fitter will pick the right one for your feet and boots (not to mention your type of skiing). There is an initial heat moulding process which helps to get them fitting well, and if there are issues the fitter can adjust the fit by adding or removing the cork/clay compound.
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@Tubaski, cool ta
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@Levi215, there are three main models then material differences between them, the two we major in are the Grand Prix and the Gara both LTD edition ( stealth rubber cuff exterior) with the neoprene lining

The key is finding he best model for
Your foot and boot based on volume, it is easier to add more material than it is to remove it.
A good supportive footbed is required as the liner comes bare without anything at all, also moulding it depends on the shell it is going into as to how much heat we need to use and if we hear the liner only the shell only or both together.
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