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The Rossignol Sprayer Ski Boot forgives like Jesus and skis like Satan. (Yes, Satan skis.)

The Rossignol Sprayer Ski Boot provides plenty of forgiving flex for slope-style attacks on the park and pipe. With a soft 50-flex, this freestyle boot takes you gently through the rough learning process in the park. Rossignol made the Sprayer boot for those looking to up their game in the terrain park. A soft flex means less shin bang from repeated stomps, and a little bit of forgiveness when you land in the back seat or a little off-balance. The Sprayer's warm ThermoFit liner hugs your foot closely for warmth, while the wide 104-milimeter last gives you plenty of room for long, comfortable days hiking the pipe and rails.

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are there any other sizes beside 23

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are there any other sizes beside 23

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There are, but we do not have any in stock at this time.

What is the difference between men and...

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What is the difference between men and womens ski boots besides the colours????

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Women usually have narrower feet, so women's boots are fitted accordingly. Womens also have lower calf muscles, so womens boots are built to accommodate that.

3 5

An OK cheap boot

The first time 3 days I wore these were great! But after that, I have had problems with the boot rubbing and puting too much pressure on the tendon that runs along the top of my foot making it painful to use the boot the next day. I tried tightening the boot up more, which hurt more, and lossening the boot up which helped a little until my ankle kept flexing into the boot.

I like to haul ass and do a lot of jumping when I ski so this may not be the right boot for my style, all I know is I NEED to replace these before this next upcoming season.

They worked great when cruising the groomers and on days I didn't do a lot of jumping and park skiing.

4 5

WORTH IT

Well worth the money, really light, good for park, freeriding. A nice all around boot.