Just like HEAD’s athletes, HEAD continuously fine tune their performance, winter after winter HEAD trial, test, and improve. Hundreds of incremental changes have been made to their famously fast race boot, resulting in one big difference. Every meticulous adjustment has been made with one thing in mind, speed. HEAD think so, their athletes know so, the new race boot is the fastest ski boot ever designed. HEAD have introduced a new race balance for better fore aft balance on the skis and in the boot. They’ve binned the old boot board and swapped it for a new non-varus boot board to help a build stable neutral platform. An all new cuff canting system has been added which provides more precise adjustment, more stable connection and less friction between shell and cuff. HEAD have also changed the shell material and structure, lengthening the toe box to reduce torsion and increase power transmission. Combined with new PU material, provides a more progressive flex, smooth rebound and less vibration for better control. Last but not least, HEAD have altered the buckle positioning. The higher screw racing buckle and compact shell don’t touch the snow when achieving high edge angles.
Fitting options available, we have a stock of trim to fit foot beds and custom insoles, perfect for racers. Please call, email or use the booking form below to arrange a fitting.
- Flex Rating: 110/100 out of the box.
- Last: 93mm at 26.5 mondo.
- FIS Approved Sole thickness.
- Racing flex tuning,
- Double canting.
- RD slalom kit.
- Adult norm.
- Short Cuff.
- Race balance.
- Shell: Racing PU.
- Racing WCR Pro.
- Laces option.
- 50 mm Double power booster velcro strap.
- 4 screwed micro-adjustable Spineflex racing dpt alloy buckles.
- RD Low profile buckles.
Boots can be ordered from the factory at request if we haven’t the correct size in stock – please call/email to enquire.
Want to be sure on the fit? Book a boot fitting below to get the best fit!
“Boot feels smoother and easier to turn…” – Anna Veith
“…I have also a good balance with this boots coming from a better forward position.” – Alexis Pinturault