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Rossignol Men's Alltrack 90 Ski Boots

$349.99
Color: Black
Size:
Highlights
  • Flex: 90
  • Last: 102
  • All-mountain
  • Gripwalk sole
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Product Information


SPECS:

  • Flex: 90
  • Tongue: One-piece toe box
  • Cuff material: polyolefine
  • Shell material: polyurethane
  • Bootboard material: polyurethane
  • Buckle material: 100% aluminum
  • Liner powerstrap width: 40mm
  • Weight (½ pair): 4lbs

DESIGN & TECHNOLOGY:

  • Regular fit ski boots designed to tackle the whole mountain
  • 102mm last provides a forgiving anatomical feel regardless of foot shape
  • Generative Design Grid shell is engineered for reduced weight and full power transmission on-piste or off and everywhere in between
  • Dual Core technology provides targeted power transmission and shell wrapping, resulting in livelier rebound, response and control
  • Lower boot shell is designed to offer a 50° range of motion in walk mode for efficient touring and maximum power for skiing when in ski mode
  • Custom T4 liners offer internal customization for enhanced comfort and support
  • Resealable cuff offers a natural range of motion for hiking
  • Compatible with GRIPWALK® soles
  • Brand : Rossignol
  • Web ID: 21RSGMLLTRCK90XXXSSP

Specifications


HOW TO MEASURE:
1. Put a sheet of paper on the floor against a wall.2. Wear the socks you would normally wear in your shoes.3. Stand on the sheet so that your back is flat against a wall (foot perpendicular to the wall) with your heels glued to the wall.4. Draw a marker in front of your big toe (the furthest forward of your foot).5. Measure the length between the edge of the sheet and the marker drawn. It is recommended to do this for both the left and right foot and to take into consideration the longer length.6. To know your shoe size, take a ruler and measure the distance between the wall and the mark you have drawn. Then simply enter it in the corresponding cell in the "foot length" column..

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