Head Raptor Project RS
Released October, 2010
The Pros:Snug & secure fit, anatomical design and excellent liner. Buckles are easy to work with with gloved hands. Well built, everything feels properly assembled and secure.
The Head Raptor Project RS is a high-end set of ski boots. These boots are for skiers that are at a professional level, and are ready to go fast. The footbed of this boot is an anatomical sport frame footbed, which aims to provide a comfortable run even when you are tricking.
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The HeatFit Pro liner of the Raptor Project RS conforms to your foot for a snug fit. The shock bumper of this boot will help to absorb the impact of landings. This ski boot differs from the lower cost Head Edge+ in that it is for professional skiers as opposed to medium level skiers, has a PU (PolyUrethane) shell instead of a SuperLight shell, has four micro-adjustable Racing Alloy buckles instead of three, and has the Racing Flex adjustment with rubber inserts. However, this boot lacks the higher cost Vector Pro's expert capability, triple-injection frame (which offers more reinforcement), and flex stance tuning (which allows a natural feel for a variety of stances). The Head Raptor Project RS comes in a white color.
- Piste/off-piste terrain
- 115/105 flex index
- Sizes: 230, 240, 250, 255, 260, 265, 270, 275, 280, 285, 290, 295, 300, 305
- Color: White
- Last: RS 1800cc/98
- PU shell
- Fast speed
- HeatFit Pro
- Anatomical Sport Frame Footbed
- 40mm Velcro Strap
- 4 micro-adjustable Racing Alloy buckles
- Racing Flex Adjustment w/ rubber inserts
- Double canting
- Shock bumper
User Reviews (4)
snug & secure fit, anatomical design and excellent liner
buckles are easy to work with with gloved hands
well built, everything feels properly assembled and secure
versatile design makes it an appropriate boot for all kinds of surfaces and styles
great response to the wearer's movements, reacts with you
lots of flex in the boot, moves with you
many ways to adjust it to the shape of your foot and ankle
upright and forward stance keeps your weight forward where it belongs
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