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Rossignol - Alltrack Pro 120 Lt Ski Boot

Rossignol Alltrack Pro 120 Lt Ski Boot

35% Off
$389.98 $599.95

Item #ROS00F1



Tech Specs

Shell Material:
Dual Core Grilamid
Last Width:
Walk Mode:
Optimized Hike Mode
Pre-Molded Full Custom Optisensor T2
Dynafit Certified inserts
Binding Compatibility:
Grip Walk
Grip Walk
Claimed Weight:
3lb 10.5oz
Recommended Use:
backcountry skiing
Manufacturer Warranty:
1 year

Alltrack Pro 120 Lt Ski Boot

Get out early in the morning for a dawn patrol tour before transitioning to a mellow afternoon of pow stash hopping at the resort, all in the versatile Rossignol Alltrack Pro 120 Lt Ski Boot. The combination of alpine soles and Dynafit certified inserts allows this to be a do it all boot that works across your whole quiver for all types of skiing.

To work effectively in all conditions these 120 flex boots are powerful, responsive, and lightweight thanks to the New Generative Design Grid and Dual Core shell technologies that are visually evident due to the texture on the boot and are also extremely evident when riding the boot. On top of that a powerful four buckle system locks your foot in place while the thermo-moldable liner creates a custom fit so that you can ride from sunrise to sundown.

  • Lightweight, powerful, and reliable free touring boot
  • 120 flex drives power to the edges quickly and effectively
  • 100mm last accommodates more feet for comfortable use
  • Dual Core shell cuts weight without hurting stiffness
  • Moldable liner provides a custom fit for all day comfort
  • 4 buckle system locks your foot into the heel for control
  • Alpine soles and tech inserts give you ultimate binding freedom

Better then I thought!

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I am getting into backcountry skiing and wanted a boot that I could still shred the resort with and use as a tool to get myself into the backcountry. These boots ended up being exactly that. I would say they are 60% resort boots with 40% touring ability. They charge super hard on the downhill and are very responsive with 120 flex. The power strap is perfect and the buckles are super easy to fine-tune tightness with a twist. They are also heated moldable liners and the shell can be punched out (which I have had done), after I broke them in they are some of the most comfortable ski boots that I have owned. When I first bought them I had a little bit of buyers remorse as I thought I should have gone with some of the more popular inbound/outbound boots but I don't regret buying these boots at all as they have worked perfectly for me. The walk mode is very easy to engage and gives you quite a bit of flex on the skin up.

Overall 5 stars.

So far so good

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

I have only had the chance to use these boots two or three times at the resort but my initial impressions are great. The boot is very lightweight and fairly comfortable out of the box. I was able to ski a full 6-8 hours the first few days in the boots with little discomfort. The walk mode seems to work as intended but I have not had the chance to use these boots for touring so I can not speak to that aspect.
Paired with the Look Pivot 14 and Soul 7 these a great for resort riding!


Alpine Ski Boots
22.5 4.5 5.5 37 22.5 8.86 278mm
23.5 5.5 6.5 38 23.5 9.25 278mm
24.5 6.5 7.5 39.5 24.5 9.65 288mm
25.5 7.5 8.5 40.5 25.5 10.04 298mm
26.5 8.5 9.5 42 26.5 10.43 308mm
27.5 9.5 10.5 43 27.5 10.83 318mm
28.5 10.5   44.5 28.5 11.22 328mm
29.5 11.5   46 29.5 11.61 338mm
30.5 12.5   47 30.5 12.01 358mm
31.5 13.5   48.5 31.5 12.4 358mm
To measure the size of your foot:
-Put a piece of paper, larger than your foot, on the floor against a wall.
-Stand on the paper with your back and heels glued to the wall.
-Draw a line marking the longest part of your foot.
-Measure the distance from the edge of the paper to the line you've just made.
Rossignol recommends taking measurements for both feet and using the bigger measurement of the two. If your foot measurement is between chart numbers, they recommend sizing up.