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Freeride – Neoprene

4.86 out of 5 based on 7 customer ratings
(7 customer reviews )


Unique Features:

  • Fluted cuff offers more forgiving ride for comfortable daily use

Best for:

  • Skiers with larger or lower calf muscles
  • All mountain skiers with high volume 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 daily use Best for: Skiers with larger or lower calf muscles All mountain skiers with high volume 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

7 reviews for Freeride – Neoprene

4.86 out of 5 stars

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    5 out of 5

    Benjamin S.

    Too often in the outdoor industry, we hear that term. In some cases the product lives up to the hype. But rarer still is the product that meets the hype and exceeds it without a blink. ZipFit liners (er...inner boots more appropriately) do just that.

    I thought I had a good stock liner in my Fischer Rangers. To their credit, they’re light years ahead of stock liners from a decade ago. But the ZipFit Freeride is a whole different animal.

    My skis react quicker and with less effort. The ride is significantly more dampened. The heel hold is ironclad. The boot is simultaneously more comfortable and more responsive (a historically impossible combination in the ski boot world). I can’t say enough good things.

    This product is truly worth its price and then some. It has allowed me in just a few short days to change the way I ski and how I attack certain terrain. Game-changer.

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    5 out of 5

    Nick B.

    Had these for about 7 days on the mountain so far. Simply great. The way these feel compared to my old liners isn’t even comparable. The cork and leather in these makes such a difference compared to the foam in the stock liners. I feel like my foot is so much more locked in with these than any other liner I have had and as I’ve put more days on them I can feel the cork moving it’s way around to shape itself to every crevice of my ankle. Pretty cool.

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    4 out of 5

    Jeff F.

    I have used a neoprene zip fit since 2006 for my ski boots. I use them in bounds, backcountry and with crampons for climbing Mt. Washington. My pair is held together by dict tape. I upgraded. My issue: the 27.5 is snug on my larger foot but too oversixed on my small foot. Can I purchase one foot at 27.5 and the other at 26.5? Or do I have to exchnage these for a 26.5? Or maybe purchase the 26.5 and then retrn whichever pair i decide not to use? Jeff 302-983-0958

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