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I use these things that came with my Salomon F22's I bought a few years back. You just slip one into each boot. They're basically nylon bags filled with what feels like silica balls, like you find in those little white packets in some new clothes. They seem to work well, and you can "recharge" them by just popping them in the microwave for a few minutes.


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I use these things that came with my Salomon F22's I bought a few years back. You just slip one into each boot. They're basically nylon bags filled with what feels like silica balls, like you find in those little white packets in some new clothes. They seem to work well, and you can "recharge" them by just popping them in the microwave for a few minutes.

im definitely going to check these out. I always just pull out my liners and insole and place them about a foot away from the radiant heat system found in the cheap ass rooms that we stay in, it Works "OK". one thing I can say is never put the liners to close to the heat, I actually melted the whole toe section of my liner a few years back.
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yea i actually ordered them right after i saw your post triple8! haha they will not be here by this weekend though so i won't be able to use them at mount snow... oh well
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yea i actually ordered them right after i saw your post triple8! haha they will not be here by this weekend though so i won't be able to use them at mount snow... oh well
where did you order them from and how much, Seen them on ebay for $20, maybe you got a better deal.
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Sweet, glad I could help! Honestly if they weren't included for free with Salomon F-boots that particular season, I would've never known about them, nor have ever bought them haha.

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