DENALI liners are most commonly used in high altitude mountaineering boots, but also work well in hard shell waterski boots. A medium thickness, low-cut wrap style liner with a dual-density Intuition foam lay-up with softer foam against the foot. Snowflake tread design on the sole for additional grip.
The Denali is a medium volume liner and works best with a shell fit* of One – two fingers (1/2″-1¼”)
If your shell is a half size, round up for this model.
Denali liners are also exceptional components for hard waterski shells – they are thicker alternative to the Aqua liner.
This model can be worn ‘out of the box’, heat molded with the home fit kit or fit by a professional bootfitter.
*Checking Shell Fit
In order to determine the right thickness of liner for you, start by checking your shell fit. To do this, pull the existing liner out of the shell. Stand with your bare foot inside the bare shell, and move your foot all the way forward so that your toes are touching the end. Bend your knee and flex forward a bit so that you can slide your hand or even a pencil into the shell behind your leg. How many fingers can you fit between your heel and the shell?
If you are replacing the liners in a pair of Koflach boots and they have a gap in the heel when you remove the stock liner, check out our Koflach Heel Fillers.