2017 HEAD Raptor 120 RS Ski Boot

  • Racer Price
  • Item #16751B
  • $299.00
  • Regular price $550.00


The Raptor 120 RS is a performance driven race boot for skiers that want to feel at one with their ski. Everything about the Raptor 120 RS screams racing, from the exacting precision and comfort of the moldable HeatFit Pro Liner and its 40mm Velcro Straps, to the Low Racing Wedge, Race Balance and FIS approved sole this is the ultimate race tool for your feet.

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Features

  • Adult Race Boot
  • Flex Index 120
  • Flex Performance tuning
  • Double Canting
  • Racing flex tuning
  • HeatFit Pro liner
  • HP Frame Footbed
  • 40 mm velcro strap
  • 4 micro-adjustable Spineflex Racing alloy buckles
  • FIS appoved sole thickness
  • Low Racing Wedge
  • Race Balance
  • Sizes: 23.5 - 30.5 (Half Sizes Only)

Performance Tuning Concept

INTERNAL LAST

Downsized, tighter instep profile for more skiing control.

ANATOMICAL TOE BOX

Anatomical toe-box for better sensitivity.

BOOT GEOMETRY

More forward lean in the cuff. Lower ramp angle for faster edge-to-edge response.

  • RD - 4°
  • RD - 5°

DYNAMIC MECHANICS

Inverted anatomical hinge position reinforces ankle stability for more front support and positive power transmission.

COSTUMIZATION TO INDIVIDUAL NEEDS

New rear flex and rear mechanism for quick and individual support customization.

Raptor Technology

DOUBLE POWER BOOSTER VELCRO

The strap of the Double Power Booster Velcro works as a douple pulley for better closure and a tighter wrapping on the cuff. The elastic Booster strap allows more dynamical response of the boot. The result: more precise transmission and faster ski reaction.

SPINEFLEX BUCKLES

Spineflex is a revolutionary buckle concept with a flexible element and a constant closure point. The flexible element allows the buckle to adapt to the shell profile. The constant closure point increases the overlap between the shell flaps reducing pressure points.


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