AllTrack Pro 100 Ski Boot
When you're the type of person to get up early, catch first chair, and then ride until last call, you need a boot that'll back up your ambitions. There'll be no stopping you with Rossignol's AllTrack Pro 100 Women's Ski Boot, a warm and comfortable boot that truly embraces the do-it-all versatility that all-mountain boots are meant to deliver. This one boasts a reasonable aggressive 100 flex suitable for the intermediate skiers or aggressive riders on the lighter side, and the comfortable-but-precise 100mm last includes a lower cuff and a slimmer footbed to better accommodate women's natural proportions.
The AllTrack Pro is meant to ride well over soft powder and stiff crud alike, and it offers custom-moldable comfort to make anything possible. If properly shaped by a boot professional, the Optisensor 3D liner can be tailored to fit you personally, giving you proper control and efficient power transfer on the slopes.
- Mid-flex boot supplies confidence as you shred the whole resort
- 100 flex rating is supportive while charging yet offers forgiveness
- 100mm last caters to medium volume feet and prioritizes performance
- Hike mode offers enhanced mobility for boot packs and short tours
- Thinsulate insulation prevents your toes from going numb on cold days
- Aluminum buckles are micro-adjustable to dial in the perfect fit
- 40mm power strap offers burly support to prevent shin-bang
- Item #ROSZ72N
- Shell Material
- Last Width
- Buckle Material
- Walk Mode
- Full Custom T2, Thinsulate Stretch insulation
- Thermo-moldable Liner
- Liner Closure
- Binding Compatibility
- alpine, Gripwalk available
- DIN Certified
- Claimed Weight
- 3lb 11oz
- Recommended Use
- all-mountain skiing
- Manufacturer Warranty
- 1 year
What do you think about this product?
December 24, 2020
These boots are amazing. Well constructed and comfortable. Definitely recommend getting sized at a ski shop if you haven’t bought ski boots before. Got my normal 24.5 and they fit like a dream. They give me great control while skiing and haven’t made my feet tired after full days of shreddin. For reference I am a pretty advanced skier that enjoys hard days in the backcountry as well as light days on groomers.