Beginners are terrified of it, but intermediate to expert skiers all strive for the same thing: speed, and they can find fast-driven pursuits in Rossignol's AllSpeed 100 Ski Boot. This all-mountain boot focuses on powerful, precise performance as well as comfort and control for all-day resort riding. Its Sensor Blade shell reduces the boot's overall weight while simultaneously increasing torsional rigidity that drives your energy directly into the ski for reliable performance. Inside the AllSpeed, Rossignol added a thermo-moldable OptiSensor 3D liner with dual-density, 3D-molded padding to provide a new level of comfort. This liner includes more padding in sensitive areas and less in areas you want better power transmission. Thinsulate insulates the liner for winter-worthy warmth. The AllSpeed also features a flex adjustment that easily changes the flex, if you want something stiffer for hard-charging days or softer for easy-going days. The easy-entry inset makes getting in and out of the boot less of a pain, and the boot's sole is interchangeable between rockered or DIN-certified soles.
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