T2 liners - can these be heated?

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Re: T2 liners - can these be heated?

Post by Inspiredcapers » Wed Nov 27, 2019 1:13 pm

double-0-newb wrote:
1 - Closer to 1.5 to 2 fingers really, but yes, I believe I was always on the verge of too small - then my foot flattened. Getting old sucks.
Getting old does kinda suck but fighting it has benefits- I adopted a (mostly) barefoot lifestyle after a bad ankle twist last January. My feet are stronger, the arch is higher, and the twisted ankle is pain free & flexible again.



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Re: T2 liners - can these be heated?

Post by double-0-newb » Thu Nov 28, 2019 9:48 am

Picked these up last night for $200 which is a little more than they are worth - but nice seller and overall pretty good shape. Also, a bird in the hand etc etc.

Might be just a bit stiffer than the T2s, or just different. Either way they fit, I am stoked, and the universe is once again in alignement.
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Re: T2 liners - can these be heated?

Post by phoenix » Mon Dec 16, 2019 8:31 pm

Oops, never mind... wrong post.

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Re: T2 liners - can these be heated?

Post by Rodbelan » Tue Dec 17, 2019 10:37 am

Just follow Big Tim recipe:

Fairly easy... Be careful with oven temperature; I usually start under 200˚ and I check after 2 minutes. The liner should be warm and relatively soft (not too soft though).
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