For hard charging downhill skiers. Built on Head's popular Vector design, the Vector Evo use a multi-density frame and vertical lean to direct energy towards the rear of the shell, and provide a stiffer flex for expert skiers. This stiff area cradles your heel, but allows the forefoot to articulate for balance and to provide a good feel for the snow. The design allows the boot sole to responds dynamically as the ski flexes.
- Bi-injected multi-density polyurethane and polyamide shell provides comfort, excellent energy transmission and is easy to put on.
- Liners are custom heat mouldable in select MEC stores.
- Micro-adjustable Spineflex buckles with Supermacro Toothplate adjust with the push of a button and are designed to minimize pressure points.
- Double Power Booster Velcro strap offer a tight cuff wrap for precise power transmission.
- Flex adjustment mechanism lets you choose between a softer 110 flex or a stiffer 120 flex.
|Ideal for||Downhill skiing|
The boot and binding systems must match for best performance and safe use.
|Lower shell material||Polyurethane|
|Shell cuff material||Polyurethane|
Alpine Touring: with tread; compatible with DIN touring bindings. Alpine Touring Tech (Tech): with tread; compatible with G3 Onyx and Dynafit. Downhill: without tread; compatible with freeride/downhill bindings.
Forward lean affects a skiers balance. Some boots have a set forward lean angle; some are adjustable. Less lean places your knees in a more upright (almost standing) position, whereas more lean positions your knees forward over the ball of your feet.
Indicates how stiff the boots are when flexed forward. Flex ranges from 50 (soft) to 130 (very stiff). Note: There is currently no industry standardized test.
|Thermoformable inner boot||Yes|
A mechanism that allows to release the boot cuff to switch to tour mode.
|Made in||Czech Republic|