Custom Liners

Boost Performance and increase comfort

For skiers looking for great performance, better heel hold or who have fitting issues a custom liner can be the difference between a boot which is average and a boot which is great. We have described each custom liner below as each is useful in different circumstances. Although they add an additional cost the benefit from them can be worth it.


For skiers who spend a lot of time on the slopes and require precision and performance Zipfit liners can be a good option.  Zipfit liners area pre-padded liners made from high quality foams and loaded with packs of OM-fit, a cork and ceramic clay putty which can flow within the liner to fill voids and dissipate pressure.  They are molded initially by heating both the shell and the liner and further molding takes place whilst you ski. The Zipfit range are all dynamic molding liners and the more you ski the better they get. Zipfit can be moved from shell to shell, the liners can be topped up by adding additional OM-fit material, and if cared for properly have an average lifespan of 400-500 days skiing (that's 3-4 times more than a stock liner)

PU foam injection

Foam liners are great for lumpy, bumpy feet or low volume ankles where hold is difficult to achieve with stock liners. Pu foam injection liners come in many forms. At Solutions 4 Feet we have opted to work with the new race classic from Conformable, these liners break all the rules when it comes to foam liner and pain. In the past this type of liner was very tight and offered a strangle hold around the foot, the new flex versions can offer the same precise shape around the foot BUT they are designed to give a level of comfort previously not associated with an injection liner.   

Thermo liners

We offer a range of thermo fit liners from Palau and Sidas which offer a warm fitting solution for people with sensitive feet and can also provide extra volume to accommodate large ankles/calves. The process involves heating the liner until it becomes very soft and pliable. It is then stretched over the foot (and any protective padding which has been added) and then inserted into the shell. The fit is formed by compression of the liner foam between the foot and the shell.