Rossignol AllTrack Pro 110 Ski Boot - Women's

Rossignol AllTrack Pro 110 Ski Boot - Women's
Rossignol AllTrack Pro 110 Ski Boot - Women's
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AllTrack Pro 110 Ski Boot - Women's by Rossignol
It's reasonable to have a quiver of skis for powder, groomers, and chundery tracks, so why not follow suit with your boots' The AllTrack 110 boasts a reasonably aggressive flex suitable for charging resort skiers, and the comfortable-but-precise mid-volume last includes a lower cuff and a slimmer footbed to better accommodate smaller proportions. The best way to use a boot like this would be to ride first chair to last, and explore every inch of the resort, both on-trail and off. Since both the liner and shell can easily be worked by a professional boot-fitter, you'll stay comfortable enough to go bell-to-bell, and the liner is insulated to fight off those cold-toe blues. When you come across a line that requires a little hiking, flip the boots into walk mode to give yourself some extra wiggle room--or simply take advantage of it when you're walking back to your car after a satisfying day on the slopes.

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SKU: ROSZ72P
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