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Most brands list the last width of their ski boots (for the reference Mondo size 26.5) in mm. Head, on the other hand, use volume indicators (in cc).

 

I'm doing some research on boots with a ~98mm width. Which Head boot compares best to that width?

 

The Raptor 120 RS (1800 cc) or the Vector Evo 120 (1850 cc)?

 

Here in Europe, last width is a common measurement. In the US they use some kind of letter system as an indicator for volume, right?

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Most brands list the last width of their ski boots (for the reference Mondo size 26.5) in mm. Head, on the other hand, use volume indicators (in cc).

 

I'm doing some research on boots with a ~98mm width. Which Head boot compares best to that width?

 

The Raptor 120 RS (1800 cc) or the Vector Evo 120 (1850 cc)?

 

Here in Europe, last width is a common measurement. In the US they use some kind of letter system as an indicator for volume, right?

According to the Head sales info the Raptor in a 26.5 is 96mm wide---the width changes by 2mm when you go up or down per size.

 

The Evo in a 26.5 is 100mm wide and goes up or down by 2mm per size change.  You are correct about the number of cc of volume in both models.

 

mike

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Thanks a lot. Much appriciated.

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