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The Rossignol X2 Touring Boot gives the track a beating, not your foot.

The X2 Touring Boot was designed for both classic and skate skiing. Rossignol gave the X2 a thermo-moldable liner for comfort and a heel stiffener that connects to the upper laces for support.
  • Heel cup wraps the heel for added safety, control, and comfort
  • Double Guide Groove allows for maximum stability and energy transmission
  • Free flex design gives you maximum kick amplitude for classic and power for skate

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Are these men's, women's or unisex?

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Are these men's, women's or unisex?

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Christine, Rossignol's website has these boots listed in the "Mens" section. If you need more info on the Rossignol boots, you can find their website link below.

4 5

Solid Boot

I've had great luck with these boots. My feet have stayed dry and I haven't had that terrible foot cramp feeling you can get when you take off your boots. They could have a little bit better power transmission; it seems like there is a bit of extra space in the boot but that may have been a sizing issue and not fault on the design. The sizing guide seems to run a little big-- possibly to fit thicker socks. My typical 10 1/2 shoe size works with the recommended 45 size although I think perhaps the 44 may have been better. Overall it does what you want it to do at an affordable price which is probably what you're looking for at this level. Even without having tested anything other boots to compare them against I feel these are a solid choice. Great pairing with the Rossignol bindings.

Are these boots NNN? How can I tell if the...

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Are these boots NNN? How can I tell if the product description does not state what they are??

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Yes these are NNN and require an NNN binding.

Can I use NNN bot on BC NNN bindings?

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Can I use NNN bot on BC NNN bindings?

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You need to use an NNN BC specific boot so that the bar on the toe sits correctly inside the binding. NNN BC toe bars are thicker than the traditional NNN binding.

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NO, the metal bar in the BC boot is much bigger-- both in diameter and length-- than the regular NNN boot's, plus the BC boot's bar is mounted slightly further toward the rear than the NNN boot's.

NNN and NNN-BC are not compatible-- unfortunately, most online vendor websites do not make this obvious. Sometimes it's hard to tell if a boot is NNN or NNN-BC from the website description.