Rip the resort or venture far from the trailhead in search of fresh, creative lines with Rossignol's Men's Alltrack Elite 130 LT Ski Boot. With an aggressively stiff 130 flex and snug 98 millimeter last, it's obvious that this boot can drive your skis hard, wherever you feel like pointing them. It's relatively light at under four pounds per boot, thanks to Rossignol's new Generative Design Grid technology, which consist of thinner shell material with a strong structure where it's needed, but doesn't compromise the boot's strength and downhill performance. With a 50 degree range of motion in walk mode, you'll be free to tackle steep approaches with efficiency, and when it's time to descend, the metal-on-metal locking mechanism will have you feeling confident as you send it off cliffs. Rossignol also uses its Dual Core technology in the shell, using harder material sandwiched between softer material for a quicker rebound and better torsional stability. The pre-molded liner is anatomically shaped to snugly hold your ankle and heel in place, and it's fully customizable for a secure, comfortable fit, while a helping of Thinsulate insulation won't have you calling it quits early on the coldest days of the season because you can't feel your feet.
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