Pros: Very precise, smooth flex, laterally stiff, moderately roomy shell.
Cons: The stock liner is very padded. May affect the feel of the fit at first
I've just spent the last three days on a new pair of Head Vector 120 boots and thought I'd post a review. I have a fairly large foot (US 10 1/2 to 11) in street shoes and I wear a 27.5 shell in Head boots. I've been skiing a pair of Head S-13's for the last two seasons and prior to that I was on Tecnica Magnesium Diablos (in a 28.5 shell). Rather than the stock liner, I'm using an Intuition liner as well as a custom footbed. The Vector 120 is a "roomy" shell with a 103mm footbed and an interior volume of 2000cc. Head's other choice in this type of performance boot would be the Raptor series, but shell width and volume don't even come close to working for me in the Raptors. The Vector...(read more)