Uncomfortable boots are a recipe for disaster, usually resulting in short ski days and nights of foot aches. The Head NextEdge 70 MYA Ski Boots are comfort-oriented boots with a legendary fit to help alleviate feet pains and help you stay on the slopes longer. Featuring a 30 mm Velcro® strap, micro-adjustable buckles, and a comfy SoftWalk heel, you're getting a great fitting boot, with extreme comfort that will have you falling in love with sport of skiing all over again.
Last C 2100cc/104 The benchmark in both ease of entry and riding precision, this is the most widely appreciated Head Last around the world.
Women's comfort liner
Sport frame footbed
30 mm VELCRO® Brand Fastener strap
Prepared for heaiting system
Triple Injection Energy Frame This shell is made up of three different material densities to balance comfort with performance. A softer insert optimizes entry and foot wrap, and adds precision to comfort. The ultra-stiff frame optimizes energy transmission.
Double Canting Two different levels of canting adjust to properly align the body and boot.
Double Adjustable Profile A double mechanism in the upper rear part of the boot adapts to the circumference of the cuff up to 1 cm in order to fit individual needs.
Softwalk Heel The i-type shell is flexible once out of the bindings for easier mobility. While in the bindings the shell is locked and performance is the focus.
4 Micro-adjustable plastic buckles
1 Supermacro ratchet
Women specific supportive heel option
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Comments about Head NextEdge 70 MYA Ski Boots - Women's 2013:
Nice boot, especially for the price. Out of the box, it looks well made. The fit was snug and comfortable, which was nice after trying on a bunch of other manufacturer's boots. Adjustments to the cuff to accommodate the calf could have used better instructions, but then each adjustment cam (of which there are two) has only about 270 degrees of rotation, so there is not much space to explore for this adjustment. Heel lifts needed to be tapped in with a hammer, otherwise they would not stay down. Should have been easy enough to make them so that they snapped in.