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To find the perfect fit in a ski boot, HEAD advises you to focus on two important measurements: length and width.
Ski boots are measured on a MONDOPOINT scale, which is based on the length in centimeters of your foot. The measurement is the exact length of a foot measured from heel to toe.
HEAD offers, in all their lines, five different lasts to ensure a performance, comfortable-oriented fit for every foot shape:
It’s important to remember that:
Ski socks have a big influence on the skiing performance and the fit of the boot. Thicker socks generally limit blood circulation and provide less warmth by trapping moisture around the foot. A thinner sock will offer greater sensitivity and precision, while managing moisture better and keeping the foot dry. The sock should be dry, thin, tight and preferably made of a synthetic/wool blend. Step in your boot and while you are standing straight wiggle your toes. You should have minimum space between the end of your toes and the end of the boot.
HEAD ski boots are designed with easy entry shell to help you to step in and out with less effort. HEAD recommends that you store your boot in a warm and dry area to ensure the best performance and fit.
Unbuckle the boot completely, making sure that the buckles are not caught on ratchet.
Many HEAD boots have a loop on the tongue to assist you while putting the boot on. Open the boot by gently pulling the tongue of the liner up and towards the outside of the shell while sliding your foot into the boot.
Tap the heel of the boot on the floor, making sure your heel is correctly positioned in the back of the boot.Look for a precise initial fit that doesn't rely on you over tightening the buckles. To avoid pressure points, boot buckles should never be overly tightened.Stand on a skiing position and flex into the boot a few times. Spend some time with your feet parallel in a ski stance and walk around the room.If your fit is too loose, tighten the buckles further. If your foot is still moving backward/forward and the buckles are completely tightened, the boot is too big and you should downsize. If your toes still touch the end of the liner after the above listed steps, then you should move a bigger size boot.The HEAD innerboot will adapt to your foot over time, so look for a comfortable fit.