/ Replacing ski boot inners?
The outer shells are fine, with all clips fully working and minimal wear on the sole (I use Cat Tracks to protect the soles when needed). Also, the right boot has been 'blown' slightly to accommodate my marginally wider right foot. So I'd quite like to keep the outer shells.
Hence my question: is it possible to get replacement inners which would work with these boots? Would it make financial sense, or would it actually be cheaper just to buy complete new boots? The original inners were heat-moulded to my feet (not foamed) when I bought the boots and I imagine it would make sense to get something similar, if possible.
Any ideas or suggestions would be most welcome!
Martin, another possibility is to find someone selling your old boots and see if the liners are in good nick. ebay, gumtree, freegle etc are all worth a look if you have a brand/model that was popular in the past. I nearly had to resort to that to get new soles for my old boots but managed to source some new parts via snowheads.
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