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Freeride – Neoprene

4.91 out of 5 based on 11 customer ratings
(11 customer reviews )


Unique Features:

  • Fluted cuff offers more forgiving ride for comfortable all day use

Best for:

  • Skiers with larger or lower calf muscles
  • High volume liner great for taking up room or for wider shells

Skier type

Designed for all day comfort, the Freeride makes a full day of charging through bumps and ripping groomers feel easy. Fit for both Olympic freestyle skiers and avid amateurs who want performance paired with forgiveness through the back of the cuff, the Freeride ski boot liners deliver a free feeling ride every run. A fluted cuff better accommodates lower-set and larger calves but also functions with more front-to-back flex for skiers looking to ski switch.


The interior is stitched with comfortable neoprene that offers just the right amount of padding and is easy to slide on or slip off. Freeride ski boot liners properly position your foot so that your toes have wiggle room and stay warm thanks to a neoprene toe box insulated with Thinsulate and merino wool.


The Freeride liner is pre-packed with the most OMFit self-molding cork composite, specifically designed for all day comfort and performance. Freeride ski boot liners best fit higher volume ski boot shells and lower volume feet, but while the Freeride comes pre-packed with more cork, skiers can still add more cork to the tongue or ankle pockets to dial in their perfect fit or take up excess volume.

Domi Athlete image - Unique Features: Fluted cuff offers more forgiving ride for comfortable all day use Best for: Skiers with larger or lower calf muscles High volume liner great for taking up room or for wider shells

“I always had problems with my boot setup until I got into a pair of Zipfits. No more shin bang on hard landings and my heels don’t move so I have much more control.” – Domi Ohaco

11 reviews for Freeride – Neoprene

4.91 out of 5 stars

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    5 out of 5

    Aimee Doran

    Kept me Skiing

    Honestly, I was almost ready to quit skiing I had such bad toe bang and shin bang. I was competing in skier cross and Freeride events and skiing year-round. My local shop Olympic Bootworks in Olympic Valley/Palisades Tahoe recommended that zip fits would be the only thing to help my little bird ankles stay in my boots. Zip fits saved me and upped my game.
    I have such an old model of the liners that I don’t know if they make this specific one anymore. They’ve lasted almost 6 seasons and have been refilled/re-corked 2 to 3 times. I always recommend zip fits two people I meet on the chairlift that are complaining of boot issues which is almost everyone that isn’t already wearing the liners. They are seriously the only way to go. I find that stock liners don’t really have much to offer as I go through a pair of boot shells almost every season.

    My foot is very narrow and low volume my ankle and calves are slender/bird ankles. I ski almost every day on a normal season and sometimes have an extended or endless winter. These liners are still holding up many seasons and many hard days in and out of the resort. They pass the ski bum test!

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    5 out of 5

    Sasha D.

    Outlasts my boots. I'm converted.

    I'm currently skiing the Freeride in a Nordica Doberman GP 110. Previously I had used the equivalent of Gara LV in a similar Salomon boot (outlasted my shells with one cork refill between 2014 and 2019... I know a little long, but you want to keep what you've broken in when it comes to a great boot setup!)

    Initially I was drawn to ZipFit wanting the performance of a lace up liner. As a ski racer I always had a lot of boot work done to give my "sixth toe" space in an otherwise narrow foot and ankle. On the Freeride World Tour I just molded my ZipFit and was good to go.

    I love the comfort, how they perform, and leave me feeling secure in variable terrain. They can help add some height and support to a short women's boot shell in my touring boots. I've historically struggled with shin bang/shin splint and compartment syndrome. I haven't had toe bang or shin bang -- even with back seat and flat landings. I'm converted... I don't want any other liner for alpine or backcountry touring.

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    5 out of 5

    Gregory Hope

    Makes the boot

    I ski in a 24.5 boot but only because they do not make mens ski boots in a 23.5. I always thought the sacrifice for the higher cuff and stiffer flex of the mens boot outweighed a tight correct fit of a 23.5 short cuff and softer boot. This was until I started skiing with a ZipFit liner. now my boots ski and fit exactly how I want.

    The Freeride Neoprene liner fills all the voids in my boot. My heel no longer picks up, and there is no sliding around. Out of the box they felt great. I was worried that the tighter fit also might make my feet colder but they feel warmer and the slightly open toe box helps your toes not get cold. Just for added measure I had them heat molded at Telluride Bootdoctors, and they made the fit feel even more perfect.

    I now have over a hundred ski days in them and have had no issues, as well as they have not packed out like normal liners do. They have been great for performance, touring, longevity and fit. I highly recommend them for anyone who wants the most out of their skiing.

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