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Performance doesn't have to hurt.

The Head Peak XP Alpine Ski Boot gives you the power to attack the whole mountain without feeling like your foot is in a vise. An EVA liner with custom HP Breathing Concept and a wide last (106mm) gives you the comfort to stay out all day. That doesn't mean that these boots don't perform. The Peak XP was built to go fast. The mid-stiff flex (90) gives you plenty of power control in the turns, even at Mach 9.
  • Three micro-adjustable alloy buckles with climbing clip ratchets for a precise, as-tight-as-you-dare fit
  • FlexWalkingSole with walk mode to make life outside of your bindings easier
  • Front and rear adjustable spoilers reduce calf- and shin-bang

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check your sizes, these ran big for me. They are comfy and they are definitely wide through the last like another review says. The power strap is good, but there are only three buckles and a lot of the others have 4 buckles. That can give you a little better adjust ability to fit your feet.

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i'm looking for a good all-around boot (i do some backcountry, but nothing huge)... i'm more intrigued about how this performs in the downhill sections of backcountry, in mixed snow? also how is it inbounds on groomers?
i can't seem to find any information about this boot, so i figured i'd ask someone who owns a pair.
please let me know!
thanks.
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5# 3oz PER BOOT for size 27.5. I thought they might be heavy when I couldn't find their weight anywhere online but I was taken in by the emphasis of comfort in the description. Also too narrow for my relatively wide feet despite their claim of a wide last. The search continues.

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Dre, what are you comparing these to? X-country, high tops? 5lbs is lighter than any Garmont, dynafit, or black diamond at boot.

I would like some more info on these. Nothing on Headssite, 1 review on Teton gravity. Is anybody skiing them? Does anyone else sell them? Are they discontinued that quick? If so not a good sign. Come on backcountry, give us the real scoop. At just over $200 on tramdock now and then they may be with the risk. But fill me in so I can make a valid decision. What's with the mystery boot?

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The weight is 5lb 3 oz per *single* boot: 10lb 6oz per PAIR, which is heavier than *any* real AT boot on the market.

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This is listed as both and alpine and an...

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This is listed as both and alpine and an alpine touring boot. Which is it? Is this not a real AT boot? Head isn't known for AT gear. How does it match up to other major brands? I have the newest Fritschi Eagle AT bindings.

Thanks!

Will these work with a Marker Duke or any...

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Will these work with a Marker Duke or any other AT binding?

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This will work with the Marker Duke, and Firtschi's Freeride Plus but thats where the buck stops. I wonldn't try and work them into anything else.

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These will actually work with with any DIN standard binding. I have used them extensively with the Head Mojo 15 with no problem at all.