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Rossignol’s SAS 110 BC Sensor 3s rule both backside and frontside terrain.

Rossignol’s Men’s SAS 110 BC Sensor3 Ski Boot comes backcountry powder-ready, despite a terrain park pedigree. Its no-nonsense 110 flex won’t feel flimsy when you’re hitting big, untracked lines, while Rossignol’s Comfort Heel and a removable, shock-absorbing Visco insert cushions impacts on massive landings during hardpacked days in the park.

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5 5


I LOVE Rossi's and have skied on them since I was 11 or so. They're solid boots and kill it on the entire mountain as a stiff (ish) Rossi always does. But apparently my foot had some pressure point issues with these boots that I just didn't want to spend a second season getting a headache trying to fix since you can only punch out so much of the boot. I would suggest them if you love Rossi and never had fit issues before. The last pair I had were a hand down from my 6'5'' brother issues were a whole different story for me. I traded them out for some full-tilt classics because supposedly they hardly ever have pressure points, lets hope so......

5 5

Like Landing on a Trampoline

These boots are fantastic. Ive been hitting the park with these puppies and even when coming down a little short on the flats from about 15ft up, my feet were still intact and not in too much pain. Basically, the impact cushion rocks. I will say that during the first few times I wore these, there were pressure points at the upper joint of the pinkey toe. However, these areas seemed to have packed out and there is no longer a problem. Its a little tough to get your feet in, but once you do, its smooth skiing. Its so flipping hard to find a good ski boot, but working with backcountry has been a great experiance.

I LOVE my rossignol's and have no problem...

I LOVE my rossignol's and have no problem with them at all except.....there's a killer pressure point on the side of the joint of my pinky toe on the right boot. Would molding the boots to my feet get rid of that or should i start figuring out how I'm going to get a new pair of boots?

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You can go to your local ski shop, and they can adjust the fit of your boots to your feet.

4 5

Needed a different size, but easy return

A beautiful boot, but my foot is very narrow, and even though this boot is similar to Lange in being among the most narrow, I surprisingly need the equivalent of an 8.5 shoe size when I wear a size 11 in real shoes other wise.

I ended up demo-ing boots at a resort, which was good, because just trying boots on was not enough to find the perfect fit compared with skiing in them.

BackCountry was easy with the return of the boot, refunding my money about 4 days after I sent the boots back.
I have shopped with BackCountry before, and will continue to do so!

I have very wide feet (triple e), but am...

I have very wide feet (triple e), but am only a size 10.5 in length. Do these boots run wide and if not, which other companies make a wide freestyle boot?

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Not sure about this specific boot, but Lange and Salomon boots tend to run wide. unfortunately in this case your best bet will be trying them on.

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go to your local ski shop to try on boots first. youll never know how they truly fit until you do. properly fitted boots are probably the most important piece of ski equipment. ps rick doesnt have a clue lange are always narrow

My feet seem to get cold easy, even with...

My feet seem to get cold easy, even with my smart wool socks. I DOnt want to get electric boot inserts or anything but I want my next pair of boots to be nice and warm. Are these? Or does anyone know any good ski boots that are really warm?

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often it is not the material (though any boot with an intuition liner tends to be warmer)more often it is the shape of your foot and the fit of the boot. Go to a Master Fit boot fitter and have them look at your feet and find a boot that is right for your foot. if you plan on buying online, bring a six pack of good beer and tell them your plan.

Do these boots fit true to size? I wear a...

Do these boots fit true to size? I wear a shoe size 10.5 and got the tecnica agent at boots in a size 28.5. They were way too big.

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it is less of fitting true to size but are they the right shape for your foot. this boot and the agent fit two totally different feet. Go to a Master Fit boot fitter and have them look at your feet and find a boot that is right for your foot. if you plan on buying online, bring a six pack of good beer and tell them your plan.

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is there any difference between this boot...

is there any difference between this boot and the SAS 120 othe than the flex?

4 5

Rossignol SAS 110 Sensor3 Ski Boot - Men's

Love these boots! My only complaint is that I wish they were a little bit stiffer.(I think they are making a SAS120 now) They don't really feel like a 110 flex to me. But this boot does it all, it's nice and lightweight for bootpacking, its got shock absorbing cusions for impacts, which surprisingly helps more than I thought. Overall a great "do it all" boot.

I'm stuck on this or the tecnica agent...

I'm stuck on this or the tecnica agent 110...i ski in alaska.

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I tried booth boots on and liked both! The rossignol just happen to fit my foot a little better. The technica 110 vs rossi 110 are a little different. I would say the technica is a stiffer boot. If you pick one pair up and don't like them, you can always exchange them out with backcountrys awesome return policy!

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Two totally different shaped boots -- Go to a Master Fit boot fitter and have them look at your feet and find a boot that is right for your foot. if you plan on buying online, bring a six pack of good beer and tell them your plan.

Which do you like better, the SAS 110...

Which do you like better, the SAS 110 Sensor 3, or the Bandit B-Squad 110 Sensor 3. I ski equally as much in the park, pow, and groomers.

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This one for you man, the Bandit is more for freeride and pow, park is not a fun time in them.

5 5

Fantastic boots, zero complaints.

I live in Japan and wear a 30.5cm boot so I didn't have the luxury of trying on these boots before I purchased them. Luckily, the online chat feature here at Backcountry allowed me to determined what sizes these boots were similar to. Fortunately, the fit was perfect.

I just got back from 4 days in Niseko and I have ZERO complaints. I spent about 75% of my time in the park and the other 25% skiing the whole mountain. The first thing I noticed was that nothing hurt, even when I hit the jumps too fast and overshot and landed on the flats, it didn't matter, the impact cushion under the footbeds absorbed everything.

I did notice these boots are bit stiffer than my old boots but I was glad to have that when I was skiing down the blacks and blues at high speed and it wasn't so much stiffer that I felt impaired in the park.

Also, these things are tough, my old boots would scratch and gouge as a natural side effect of park skiing (or more likely crashing) but my boots look practically brand new.

Finally, these boots are COMFORTABLE. The liner feels really thick and soft, my toes never felt cold, and after a while you can barely tell you have them on.

Bottom line, I am 100% satisfied with my purchase.

(side note: Japan imposes a hefty tariff on imported ski boots that I was not expecting so watch out if you're in the same situation as me)

Hi! How many boots do u have in 27.5 and...

Hi! How many boots do u have in 27.5 and 28? Its a good boot for All Mountains skis?

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This is a decent all mountain ski boot, transfers power good, but is designed more for the park side of life, and is softer than many all mountain skiers are used to. To check the quantity, just add to your cart, and it will tell you what is left of the exact (sized) item.

Which Boot Would You Prefer This Boot Or...

Which Boot Would You Prefer This Boot Or The Solomon Kreation????

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Well I would go with the Kreation for park but that has a 90 flex to it the SAS 110 sensor 3 has a 110 flex. Higher the number on a flex means the boot is stiffer. Anyway, if you're skiing park my advice would be the kreation but since everyone is different its hard to say. The SAS 110 boot seems good for all around but, some people like really soft boots for park some like stiffer boots. I have Rossignol Scratch boots from 2008 I love them there a 85/95 flex meaning i can adjust the stiffness with a allen key. But to choose for park skiing i would go the Salomon Kreation with the 90 flex because i like soft boots for park. In the end dude the best thing you can do is go with is your choice since I don't know if you like soft or stiffer boots, or if you ski backcountry or park. Another thing is I can't find the width the last of the Kreation but the SAS width or fit is medium 100mm.

5 5

awesome fit.

You pretty much need to just try on a bunch of ski boots in order to find the one you like. These ended up being the ones for me. There were no spots that dug into my foot and the hold everywhere was great. They are a pretty stiff boot and also have a vibram sole which is a plus!

What size rossignol boots would fit a 9.5...

What size rossignol boots would fit a 9.5 shoe size?

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Not true, I wear a 10.5 in mens and a 27.5 fits me perfectly. Much better to go try it on instead of just going by sizing measurement because you never know what will fit you best.