Head Vector Project Ski Boots (Men's)
Freeriders need extra stiffness and support so they often get stuck in a narrow (and uncomfortable) ski boot. Head's Vector Project Ski Boot changes all of that. The Vector Project has a natural-snow-friendly 100-110 stiffness but in a foot -friendly 103mm last. This means it fits more feet better and offers more comfort with longer wear. Freeriders also typically have a hike or two in each day of skiing, and the Vector Projects are ready for that too. Canting, a triple- injected frame, and an anatomical footbed give you better support and comfort through all the stepping, twisting, and contorting it takes to get to the best lines.
- Flex Rating: 100-110
- Last: 103mm
- Double Canting for natural alignment
- Triple-injected frame uses different densities for better support and flex
- Anatomical frame footbed supports your foot naturally
- HeatFit liner molds to your specific feet
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"I am a newer skier but like the looks of these boots. I wonder if they are too much of a boot for me. I am doing well so far after two years on the slopes. No plans of extreme skiing or anything and no black diamonds yet. I am 6ft 250 lb man. I was told that though I am (intermediate or just below) and I may need a liittle higher flex number because of my weight? Is this true. I bought some Head TT skis for this season last year during season end sale. Is this too much boot for me and what would you recommend then? Thanks for your time. jon"
1 Answers |
Question by jon on 11/17/2010 - 10:31 pm
"I think this might be a little to stiff for you. But, here is a boot, that you can adjust the flex. Head Mojo HeatFit Ski Boots 607067 (type in the number in our search bar) The flex ranges from 80-100 so you can dial in the flex that works best. It also means you can grow with your boot and the more you learn and the better you get, you can adjust the flex! Thanks! Hope this helps!"
Answer by Ashley (Peter Glenn Staff) on 11/18/2010 - 10:44 am
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