Rossignol X10 Skate FW Boot

Rossignol X10 Skate FW Boot
Rossignol X10 Skate FW Boot
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X10 Skate FW Boot by Rossignol
Rossignol's X10 Skate FW Boot is a high-performance women's boot that loves to go hard and fast, but won't crush your feet when you're out for a training ski. It's modeled on female feet, with a lower-volume fit for less slop and more control, but is also highly customizable, thanks to a heat-moldable Thermo Adjustable Fit liner and Double Lacing System that conforms precisely to the contours of your feet. The Double Lacing System employs two separate drawcord Speedlaces, one at the forefoot and one near the ankle, for a snug and efficient fit, while a hook-and-loop ankle closure snugs down for a low-volume and supportive fit around the ankle. Lateral support is provided by the pre-molded 3D Mobile Cuff, which lets you flex the boot fore and aft while boosting side-to-side stability, and the Xcelerator Pebax gives the X10 a progressive flex that lets you roll up onto the ball of your foot without feeling like you're going to get up on your toes and lose control of your skis.

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SKU: ROS006V
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