Posted by Unknown on 13th Feb 2014
This gadget seems to take up the volume for my skinny legs, but it needed to be trimmed and it was a bit of a pain to adjust the positioning before I cemented it in place. It seems like cheaper tongue pads would do the same thing.
Posted by Fred on 8th Feb 2013
After several boot fitting experiences, the Eliminator solved my heal lifting problem.
Current boot are Garmont Voodoos
Posted by David on 5th Feb 2013
I had been dealing with shin splints for the past couple seasons. With Eliminators - no more of that! Made my boots fit snug all the way through the ankle and shin
Posted by C. Lyons on 4th Feb 2013
Keeps my heel to the back of the boots and fills in all space and moving about of my shin against the tongue of the boot. Great invention!
Posted by Gary on 12th Jan 2013
A good idea on paper, just didn't work for me.
Posted by Rod on 7th Jan 2013
Good quality, comfortably takes up excess space in heal area and upper boot.
Posted by Tahoe Randy on 17th Dec 2012
I am 6'5" tall and have skinny lower legs. I have tried many ways to get boots tight enough around my lower leg - buckle really tight, different liners, etc. None of the previous attempts achieved a really good, comfortable fit. If you boots are loose around the calf, forget good control of the skis. I bought a pair of large Eliminators and now I am happy!! They fill the space and conform to your shin. I ski with good control and I don't need to carry a screwdriver to lever my boot buckles and warp the plastic to get them tight enough. Buy these and you won't be sorry!
Posted by Gary V on 29th May 2012
My shoe is a Men's 10.5 A. The foot volume is very low, being almost all skin & bone. I have "bird legs" as well. I was never able to get front-entry ski boots to clamp tight enough. I tried all of the wizard boot fitters in Mammoth. I was unimpressed. I had foam-to-fit liners made. These solved some problems but created others.
The best luck that I had was these custom tongue inserts. They filled the area above my foot, pressing my foot down and back to where it belonged. The material is soft enough to conform to my foot, but firm enough to hold securely. Strong/aggressive skiers may find the foam too compressible, but it was perfect for me. I have cut some down for my hiking boots and for my street shoes.
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