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Mold Yer Own Liners?

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...Or pony up the $80.00 to have your local retailer do it? What has your experience been doing your own liners? Good websites that give good instructions? This would be for Dynafit AT boots...

 

Any opinions and ideas would be appreciated.

 

 

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If you pay like I did, make sure you have an attentive person as opposed to the absent-minded blowhard that did mine. I get blisters like a whore gets STDs - that's even with taping.

 

Wildsnow.com also has some good tips on doing it.

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Thanks for the good leads! :tup: Frankly, I couldn't believe $80 is charged for this process. Especially if you get some dumbass that totally screws it up.

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It's only ~$40 in Vancouver at MEC or Valhalla Pure. I opted to do it at the shop since I didn't want to screw up my expensive boots. I guess that doesn't help much but I can't believe they charge $80 where you are. :noway:

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Lots of times if you're real nice and go in on a quiet afternoon w/ some beer shops will totally hook ya up... But not always. And don't even think about trying it on a Saturday afternoon. And yeah, $80 is pretty ridiculous.

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i recently fit evolution liners for my 15 y/o invernos. Easy as pie, and now they feel like new boots--- lighter and better than before.

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