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07-19-2008 11:54 PM
JTSECK go to sport chalet they moight do it. Don't use a hairdryer though BAD IDEA. Just wear it on the hill I have the 07 and they mold within three days or so of riding
07-15-2008 08:28 PM
BurtonAvenger
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Originally Posted by 5thHorsemen View Post
Guess I'll just use a hair dryer. Thanks for all the useless help

Whats the point it won't get the liner evenly heated and really won't do shit. Unless you have a severe foot abnormality, are down sizing, or trying to correct a problem there's no reason to heat mold the liner.
07-15-2008 05:21 PM
5thHorsemen Guess I'll just use a hair dryer. Thanks for all the useless help
07-15-2008 01:54 PM
alaric
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Originally Posted by mpdsnowman View Post
There is a machine they do "heat mold" with. Its basically a heater with a fan/snout that the boots fit over. They run the heater for about 10 minutes then have you step in with the toe of the boots on a piece of wood. Basically its hot but you stand there for abit and then you can feel the molding process.

I dont see any on the east coast. Not to say some locations dont have them. But when I bought my boots out west thats what they did.
I know they do it in Zumiez at the Carousel mall, and I want to say they do it at The Ski Co., but I'm not certain
07-15-2008 11:18 AM
BurtonAvenger
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Originally Posted by alaric View Post
Haha dude, you should not say that. He may actually try it
He might but it'd make for a funny read when he posts up that his liner melted to the oven rack and now he's destroyed an oven rack and a liner.
07-15-2008 08:04 AM
5thHorsemen I thought there was a machine that you put the liner onto to heat them up?
07-15-2008 01:33 AM
alaric
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Originally Posted by BurtonAvenger View Post
Go stick them in the oven and see what happens, it makes for a fun day.
Haha dude, you should not say that. He may actually try it
07-14-2008 10:44 PM
BurtonAvenger Go stick them in the oven and see what happens, it makes for a fun day.
07-14-2008 10:05 PM
baldylox i just wore em on the hill. just remember to always lace them back up when you take em off or you'll have a bitch of a time getting em back on.
07-14-2008 09:32 PM
magickrate well ive heard that you put them on and walk around ur house for a few days so by time u start to ride it will be already formed to ur foot
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