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Reflex Hybrid Boot Liner

epnaultepnault Posts: 187 Baller
edited September 2017 in Skis Fins Bindings
Hi All,
I am struggling to keep the stock rear bootie from Reflex to live a season. It gets torn at the stitching (3rd boot in 2 years). I did switch to a intuition liner on the front. What are options for the rear hybrid boat liner for this system?


  • C5QuestC5Quest Posts: 149 Baller
    I've seen an intuition cut in half as a rear liner
  • richfosterrichfoster Posts: 40 Baller
    I use a regular height liner and use a Velcro strap around the top of it. It's one of the thin liners from Goode (non intuition). The strap came with my drysuit. I've used it all year and it has held up well. And I ski A LOT.
  • gregygregy Posts: 2,456 Mega Baller
    @AkBob had used some silicone glue or liquid tape. Not sure what but he covered the worn areas with it.
  • skialexskialex Posts: 747 Crazy Baller
    Check the hardware (screws, prong nuts washers etc) inside the shell with your fingers, if anything caching your fingers, fix that and your liner will last longer
  • bkreisbkreis Posts: 281 Baller
    @epnault I have both my front and rear pretty much made of duct tape at this point..the wonders of duct tape...jeff keppchia in wpb is riding duct tape as
  • D3dudeD3dude Posts: 20 Baller
    plastic dip on the worn or wearing area will stop the ripping...I use a cheap small paint brush to can make the liner harder to get into the boot.
  • Kdinger838Kdinger838 Posts: 57 Baller
    I used my intuition liner and just cut it above the cuff. Works great for me
  • DeanoskiDeanoski Posts: 745 Crazy Baller
    use plastic dip comes in a spray can or paint can

    paint it on the seams or tears makes the liners last twice as long!!
  • JmoskiJmoski Posts: 249 Baller
    Had the same problem, I switched to using a full reflex liner in the rear with a velcro strap and that is holding up much better than the R short liners.

    I also filed down the rear edge on my r shell as it was fairly sharp...
  • BraceMakerBraceMaker Posts: 2,855 Mega Baller
    I covered the hardware inside my hardshell with a teflon self stick film. Really saves the liners even on regular boots taking them on/off.
  • jrsjrs Posts: 99 Baller
    edited September 2017
    I use Goop (Urethane) on the seams and any area that would be worn-out by the hardshell or hardware inside the shell. You can always reapply to a dry liner anytime you see it needs it. Your liners will last years! Keep in mind this will also add grip between the liner and the plastic hardshell, so don't cover the whole liner or it will be hard to get it in and out of the shell. Here is a link:
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  • Chef23Chef23 Posts: 5,643 Mega Baller
    You could always try duct tape or gorilla tape over the areas that get worn out. I always put some covering areas on my snow ski boot liners. The other thing that helps if you can do it is leave the liner in the boot if you can when you take the binding off. I do that with my Radar liners and it seems to extend the life.
    Mark Shaffer
  • MrJonesMrJones Posts: 1,743 Open or 55K Rated Skier
    Use the same Intuition (Aqua) liner as the front. Use a Velcro strap around the top. Forget about it.

    I've used the same one for the last 6 seasons.
  • epnaultepnault Posts: 187 Baller
    Thanks for the input guys. I do love the intuition front but wasn't sure if it was thick enough for the rear. Awesome
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