I have a question about my HEAD Raptor boots. Upon "Bode's request" (according to HEAD's marketing write-up of the "new" Raptor shell), the hinge position has been "inverted," which is to say that the bootboard tilts downward from the inside of the boot.
1. Bode doesn't use footbeds
2. Bode requests inversion of hinge position.
3. This prevents the footbed-less foot from pronating.
4. Bode is happy.
5. What do footbed users have to do?
Perhaps a flat-ish footbed would be most appropriate for Raptors, as pronation isn't a concern?