Good point, Tyler but also each company uses different materials to build their heat-moldable boots. With Ronix, they use Intuition liners (or at least they did when I rode them) and Intuition actually has their own hot-air mechanism,"the cooker".
But, Hyperlite uses an Ultralon liner (for the record, Im not exactly sure what the materialistic differences are between the two are)
Although I cannot guarantee the exact method that Ultralon suggests, I will say that I have used the hairdryer on both my '11 and '12 Murray system boots and it worked just fine with no negative effects on the liners or the boots. They have held up just fine and still are about as supportive as when I got them.
Last edited by tom_paz; 12-03-2012 at 1:01 PM.