The most comfortable and complete connection to your skis.
"After several bouts of frostbite my feet were very sensitive and I was skiing in pain. My ZipFit liners have changed my life. I got over 100 days in last year. Comfortable and warm. I am skiing without pain all day." -David Micheal Place, Skier
Lasts a lifetime
"The pair that I’m using have between 1400-1500 days! Kinda cool, kinda gross, but they haven't packed out whatsoever from the first day." -Brian Dalla Betta, Snowmass Ski Patrol
Customized to your foot
"I have very small feet (size 22 ski boot). The ability to add cork to my liners in order to take up space in the right spots has been game changing." -McKenna Peterson, Pro Skier
"ZipFits made the biggest difference in my skiing. The tight lace up fit and stiff cork makes your boot more responsive, and gives you so much more control. People ask me how I still ski everyday + compete in race boots, these liners are how." -Taylor Dobyns, Pro Skier
Fits any ski boot
"After 60 years of skiing, I have finally found the perfect boot liner. I really like that I can "re-mold" my liners when I come back after a summer out of ski boots; the possibility of adding, subtracting and moving cork around is priceless." -Ole Retlev, Skier
ZipFit founder, Sven Coomer was the first to use open and closed cell foams in ski boot liners, and the first to abandon these materials. He switched his focus to a natural product and developed a proprietary cork composite material called OMFit to use as fill in the liners.
OMFit cork responds dynamically to heat, flowing from areas of high pressure to voids in your void, better securing the heels and ankles.
Visualize throwing a cork at the ground. What happens? It bounces back. OMFit cork is incredibly responsive and has higher pliable strength than foam, so energy is transferred to the ski instead of lost to compacted foam.
OMFit cork is malleable and it doesn’t dry out. The added cork integrates with the pre-filled cork in the liner, putting the perfect fit in reach.
Cork comes from the bark of Cork Oaks. Cork can be harvested every 10 years, roughly 20 times in a tree's lifespan. Every time cork is harvested, the Cork Oak sequesters more CO2 regrowing its bark shield.
“ZipFit breaks in, other liners break down”
“ZipFit breaks in, other liners break down”
60 years of innovation
ZipFit is the culmination of 60 years of ski boot design and refinement with a commitment to a pain-free fit that supports the natural strength of the human foot.
National Sven Coomer Day - The Official Start of Winter
(Oct. 12, 2022)
Each summer we debate the official start of winter. Is it the first snowfall? Is it when the Blister Winter Buyer's Guide comes in the mail? Is it when skiers start reaching out about ZipFits and our phone starts ringing with more frequency?
Yes. ZipFits position your foot correctly so that your ski boots don’t cut off circulation to your feet, this is the single best thing you can do to keep your feet and toes warm. Additionally, ZipFits feature a toe box constructed of neoprene, merino wool, and Thinsulate making for a far warmer fit that conventional foam liners. Neoprene naturally insulates, which is why surfers in the cold northern Atlantic use thick neoprene wetsuits. Pairing neoprene with thermoregulating merino wool and Thinsulate provide warmth without too much thickness, keeping your feet toasty without impacting your stability or reaction time.
ZipFits far exceed the industry standard. Unlike the thermomoldable foam used in competing liners, ZipFit’s OMFit cork composite material does not compress, meaning you’ll get a consistent fit and your liners won’t pack out, What’s more? You can add more cork to the ankles or tongue of the liner to dial in your perfect fit. Unlike foam injected liners that are “one-and-done,” you can tweak the amount of cork in your liners continuously and since ZipFits can outlast your shells, you can easily re-warm your ZipFits to make sure they fit perfectly in your new shells.
Yes, all ZipFits have a 30 day money back warranty as long as the liners show no more than 5 days of use or alterations. We want to help you get the right fit, if you buy a pair of liners and they’re not what you’re looking for after a couple of days on snow, we will work with you to get the right liner or give you your money back.
Yes, if there is evidence that you did not follow proper care instructions, or if it’s clear that you skied the liners for more than 5 days, this may void your warranty.
Orders typically ship within 3-5 days, if you want to request expedited shipping please reach out directly.
Many stock liners will change shape and “pack out” after 50-100 days on snow. ZipFit liners often last skiers over 300-500 days on snow. ZipFit liners with the cork composite fill are dramatically different from stock foam liners as the cork material doesn’t compress or “pack out.” Read through our testimonials to learn more about how many days skiers get with a pair of ZipFits and how much better those ski days are.