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Scotty's Sporty

Hyperlite Heat Moldable Liner

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Scotty's Sporty

Does anyone know how to form or mold the heat moldable liners in the new Hyperlite system boots?

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my malibu

Local watetsports store will have the former or you can put them in in a hot tub or hot water then take them out and put them on to form and cool

I used a thin sox to mold in some play

This is what I did for my ronix bindings

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blagrata

Does anyone know how to form or mold the heat moldable liners in the new Hyperlite system boots?

Sounds like someone's getting ready for spring! New board too? I'm actually going to get back into wakeboarding and not just skiing this year. Hope you've still got the sporty because I'm looking forward to that sweet slalom wake again!

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Scotty's Sporty

Sounds like someone's getting ready for spring! New board too? I'm actually going to get back into wakeboarding and not just skiing this year. Hope you've still got the sporty because I'm looking forward to that sweet slalom wake again!

It's goin on the market my friend, so we'll see. Hope the fam is well and you had a great winter

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blagrata

It's goin on the market my friend, so we'll see. Hope the fam is well and you had a great winter

I will be sad to see it go....but look forward to skiing and boarding with you and the family soon. Hope all is well with you guys. The winter has been kind and not too cold. I'm looking forward to spring and the WOW!

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CincyVLX

Not sure if it is the same material/instructions as the slingshot liners, but with the slingshot ones you are supposed to put them in the oven at 200 degrees for a few minutes, pull them out, and put them on your feet until they cool down.

Do the hyperlite liners come with instructions? If not, I would ask a rep or your dealer.

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martinarcher

I will be sad to see it go....but look forward to skiing and boarding with you and the family soon. Hope all is well with you guys. The winter has been kind and not too cold. I'm looking forward to spring and the WOW!

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