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Sidas CRT liner

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Anyone got experience of these? I've been offered a good deal. Currently there's pressure on the top of the foot when trying them on and they feel a little small, though the guy has assured me they're thermoformable again even though he's had them moulded once.

They're in very good condition and a good price and they fit nicely in the boot.

Opinions gratefully received.
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 Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
@Meltus, great liner, I am always a little nervous relating thermo liners of any sort as they can shrink badly

Not had to or wanted to reheat one of these exact ones but the material is the same as the Palau liners and they can shrink badly

Just make sure it doesn’t get too long in the oven
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 Well, the person's real but it's just a made up name, see?
Well, the person's real but it's just a made up name, see?
Thanks Colin, I can't be having them shrink any more they're pretty small already. Still, 80 euro for the liner seems a great price and once on (a bit of struggle) they fit nicely apart from this instep pressure.

Actually, you might be able to answer a question. You fitted me with some boots about 4/5 years ago (Salomon X-Max 120 alpine boot 26.5) with some custom footbeds (superfeet red). I don't suppose there's any chance the liner and/or footbed from these would fit into a new boot. Specifically the Roxa R3 bright green touring boot. I'm guessing the answer is, "no idea, probably not, but try them" but can't hurt to ask.

Thanks again
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