Suffering through long tours in cold, poorly fitting stock liners is no way to go. Intuition's long been the leader in heat-moldable custom-fit liners for racers, freeskiers, and groomer cruisers, and it's taking over the backcountry with the Pro Tour Liner. Constructed from the company's top-secret Intuition foam, the Pro Tour is a tongue-style lace-up liner with moderate, tour-friendly stiffness and a rear flex panel that helps you nail a smooth, easy stride to make skinning and bootpacking that much easier. It's also warmer than stock liners, so your toes won't freeze when you're hitting the trail at four a. m., and it's finished with an odor-resistant lining that won't make your boots smell like, well, like you've been touring in them all winter.
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