One thing's for sure, the Rossignol Allspeed Pro 120 Ski Boot proves that bandwidth isn't just something that applies to your computer or other choice in information-storing electronics. Designed to drive hard through the resort's crusty business and fluffy stuff alike, the Allspeed Pro boasts a powerful construction that not only enables a dreamy, plush fit, but ensures you're able to maintain that race-boot-feel when on edge. Starting with the Allspeed Pro's Sensor Blade technology, you're outfitted with a 100mm last that mimics the anatomical shape of your foot and provides a more precision-like fit and feel, which ultimately reduces foot slop and translates into higher power transmission on the slopes. To further reinforce the personalized fit, the Allspeed boasts a new Custom OptiSensor Thinsulate Platinum liner that not only can be heat molded for unrivaled comfort, but is also fashioned with a layer of Thinsulate insulation to keep your foot warm and happy when the temperatures are less than comfortably cool. Additionally, the sturdy, high-grade mono-injected shell is equipped with Flex Adjustment to provide you with a myriad of canting options to tailor to your personal needs and the conditions at hand, which ultimately translates into a customized yet torsionally rigid and therefore dependable boot.
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