Head Vector 100 Ski Boot (Men's)
Getting a good stiff ski boot like the Head Vector 100 Ski Boot no longer means you have to lose circulation in your last toe. The Vector 100 is made with a nice wide last for actual human feet. And while your feet are on vacation feeling comfy and warm, the Head Vector Boot is certainly not. This is an aggressive ski boot with loads of adjustablility that takes all of the energy you put in and sends it right down to your skis. If you want a men's ski boot that's precise, adjustable, and moldable for a custom fit, you want the Head Vector 100.
- Flex Rating: 100
- Last Width: 103mm
- Liner: HeatFit anatomical liner
- HeatFit liner customizes the fit to your specific foot
- Anatomical Frame footbed cushions and supports
- Microadjustable buckles to dial in the fit
- Triple-injected shell offers solid stiffness
- Easy entry shell materials
- Double canting adjusts to match the angle of your leg
- Advanced level skiers
Questions and Answers
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"I'm looking for new ski boots and considering the HEAD Adapt Edge or Vector series in a +/-100 flex. My left foot is a just over a 27.5 mondo but not quite a 28.0, my right is a 27.5. my last boots were way too big (28.5). Should I go with a 27.5 or 28.0? Any advice?"
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Question by Paul Raab on 10/30/2011 - 3:05 pm
"You never want a boot that is too big. This will cause your foot to move in your boot and cause bruising to your toe nail (or even for it to fall off. YUCK!) It sounds like you would be most comfortable in a 28 mondo size. I would suggest getting professionally fitted for your boots if you have difficultly finding a comfortable size."
Answer by Ashley (Peter Glenn Staff) on 10/31/2011 - 11:15 am
"I see some vector 100 listed with HF after it and some with out. Is there a difference. Also I see the top of the liner looks like leather how far down does it go into the boot?"
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Question by Gregg on 12/12/2011 - 10:36 pm
"It's the same boot.....HF just stands for HeatFit. "
Answer by Martha (Peter Glenn Staff) on 12/13/2011 - 6:36 pm
"What is the sole length of the size 29.5 vector boot?"
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Question by Rooster on 2/6/2013 - 3:20 am
"The sole length is going to be 337mm."
Answer by Ashley (Peter Glenn Staff) on 2/6/2013 - 12:52 pm
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