Model year circa 2005.
Still in box and packaging, never user or modified. Bought as a spare pair three years ago. My fitted, working pair of these is still holding up well (I’d say near bulletproof), and I doubt I’ll ever need these, even for spare parts.
Purchased for $249. Asking $200 + shipping.
Known by boot fitters as being infinitely adjustable (see cut-able plastic frame), for accommodating a wide foot -- 103 mm or more -- and for upright stance.
Genealogy: These boots superseded the Head 2004 World Cup Ti M103 boots (2004 or so), and were superseded by the Head RS-110 SH3 (2006 or 07), which were superseded by a model in the Head Raptor series. After this I lost track. These were also equivalent to the Head S-11 Boot, in the 2006 +/- time period.
Plastic Customizable Frame
Comes with all these parts. The customizable plastic frames in these pics are from my fitted pair, I didn't need them. In the pair for sale, the frame is already in the boot, between the liner and shell.
Note 317 mm length.
One of the liners.
More hardware and spare parts.