Rossignol AllTrack Elite 130 LT GW Alpine Touring Ski Boot

Rossignol AllTrack Elite 130 LT GW Alpine Touring Ski Boot
Rossignol AllTrack Elite 130 LT GW Alpine Touring Ski Boot
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AllTrack Elite 130 LT GW Alpine Touring Ski Boot by Rossignol
Fresh tracks are only a skintrack away, so why not strap on the AllTrack Elite 130 LT GW Ski Boots and get out there' Lightweight with a stiff flex, these free touring boots are a friend on the way up and a worthy partner in steep tree-runs and couloirs. The 130-flex and four buckle design is borrowed tech from Rossignol's downhill boots to deliver rock-solid descending performance at a fraction of the weight. On the uphill side of things, the 50-degree walk-mode offers a natural feeling stride when you're crushing the skintrack. Newly outfitted with Gripwalk soles and a toasty liner, you'll have no trouble navigating tricky backcountry routes with warmth and comfort.

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SKU: ROSZ72I
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