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Old 07-11-10, 12:48 AM   #1
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Extreme pain in foot due to a crease in the inner liner?

I am experiencing severe pain in my right foot due a small crease in the inner lining of my Atomic B Tech Series 90.

I have tried to use a blow dryer with hot hair to soften up the inner liner to allow it to mold to my foot though they has not worked.

Any other ideas? Is it easy to get a replacement inner liner? The boots were purchased 5 years ago so they are not under warranty any more.

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Old 07-11-10, 01:14 AM   #2
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Good luck, i had simlar problem with my Nordica boots last year. Couldn.t find inner lining
replacement and ended up buing new boot. You can try to contact Atomic, they may recomend after market liner, unlikelly that they would have exact replacement.

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Old 01-12-10, 12:42 AM   #3
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If you have a well stocked ski shop in your area, they probably carry universal "upgrade" liners that will fit your boot. I recommend an upgrade because the liners you have now aren't cutting it. Look for "Thermoformable" liners. These liners are heat molded to the shape of your feet. The bonus is that for about $100 you have a liner that is custom fitted to each (most people's feet are slightly different sizes) of your feet. No need to change boots because the liners aren't cutting it. Liners made by Intuition are awesome.
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