Rossignol X3 Touring Boot

Rossignol X3 Touring Boot
Rossignol X3 Touring Boot
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X3 Touring Boot by Rossignol
The Rossignol X3 Touring Boot is the go-anywhere, do-anything boot for the skier who might start the day on the classic track and end it deep in the backcountry. Accommodating an NNN binding, this reinforced boot is burly enough to blaze trails through the woods or over a frozen lake, without being so heavy that you can't use it on the track when the snow's a little too deep to break trail. Before you head out, the X-3's polyester liner can be heat-molded to shape it into the perfect fit for your foot, helping you lessen the likelihood of blisters and hot spots. While you're out touring, the boot's hook-and-loop power strap secures your foot to help you kick with power and precision, and at the end of a long day, the PVC lace cover makes sure that you can untie your laces right away, rather than having to wait for them to thaw after being covered with snow and ice for hours. Underneath the boot, a nylon midsole brings a mix of power and comfort to the X-3, which sits in the middle of Rossi's Nordic touring boot line, aiming for a mix of comfort and lightness without a sacrifice in functionality for recreational skiers.

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