Take comfort and performance with you everywhere you go.
These days ski boot shouldn't have to compromise comfort for performance, and if you grab your Rossignol AllTrack Pro 130 WTR Ski Boot you'll see the truth in this. Comfort starts with toasty toes, and thanks to the technologically savvy liner in these all-mountain beasts you'll have all-day warmth that won't weigh you down. The moldable liner has anatomic ankles and the instep area features soft, customizable padding. Even the shell does away with unnecessary material as its asymmetric grid design wraps your foot in the perfect hug. You'll ski every turn wondering if these boots were custom made for your feet alone.
Now imagine you're on your way out of bounds and you have some skinning to do, maybe some boot-packing as well. Flip that heel switch to hike mode and start breaking trail. On your way down you won't have to worry about that comfort factor getting in the way of performance (just don't forget to flip that back to ski mode). Thanks to a stiff flex, your feet will be moving your skis, not moving your boots. You'll make it around each stunted pine and early-season rock with all the response you would expect from an on-piste boot.
- Alpine ski boot that takes you anywhere you want to go
- Stiff flex helps experienced users power through their turns
- Moldable liner gives ultimate comfort and the perfect fit
- Insulating liner for lightweight warmth when you find fresh pow
- Hike mode for those days when you leave the resort
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- Q & A
Rossignol AllTrack Pro 130 WTR Ski Boot
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
I wear size 11 in street shoes. Size 27.5 fits excellently. I have low volume, narrow foot. I also have relatively skinny ankles and one of my favorite things about this boot is how well these fit to my ankle without compressing or cutting off circulation. These boots keep my feet pretty warm, although I haven’t used them on a day below 10F.
The buckles and strap are bomber and continue to work well
The ability to change out WTR to typical toe and heel pieces is nice and easy to switch.
Lastly, one thing I would change about these boots is the lack of flex change when switching between walk mode and ski mode.