I’ve been in the market for boots for a while, and it got me thinking. Why isn’t it a more common recommendation to try boots on barefoot? Without socks (especially padded snowboard socks) on, it seems WAY easier to feel how in contact/not in contact you are with boot liners.
I've just bought new Hardboots (DEELUXE TRACK 425 PRO) with a Deeluxe 141 thermo flex liner inside. Now I want to adapt the liner but I only find one video on how to do that: vimeo.com/37100668.
My questions are:
- Is there a difference between a liner for softboots and hardboots?
So, I'm sure I asked this somewhere before, but I got a Bern Watts a few seasons ago and I'm in a bit of a pickle. I think I got the L size and they felt fine when I first tried them at the store but after a day of wearing it, the knit liner compressed my head to the point it hurt. Logically, I...