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The Rossignol AllTrack Pro 130 Ski Boot delivers a precise and stiff fit for going big either in or out of the resort. With a 130 flex and new, external Sensor Grid technology to improve shell wrapping and torsional rigidity, this boot delivers power, precision, and efficient energy transmission without added weight. The OptiSensor liner features a softer ankle and instep and a stiffer heel for secure lockdown; Thinsulate keeps you warm without losing fit efficiency. Reinforced vertical ribs in the upper cuff lock upper and lower shells together for unprecedented downhill performance when you're in ski mode; when you flip to hike mode, a U-shaped lower cuff allows tons of mobility for hiking the ridge. At this level, there are no strictly resort or backcountry-only skiers; there are go-anywhere, ski-anything fun hogs.
Rossignol's AllTrack series of boots combines the response and performance of on-piste ski boots with the versatility you need to access the backcountry. The Pro 130 is the stiffest, most performance-oriented boot in the line; the 'Pro' designation means it is built around a 100mm last for skiers with feet of medium width and volume who are looking for a more snug and performance-oriented fit.
- 130 flex
- 100mm last
- Optisensor liner (heat-moldable)
- Thinsulate Platinum insulation
- Hike/ski mode
- WTR (walk-to-ride) rocker soles included
- Q & A
great fit and control
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
I have medium width feet, wear a 13 street shoe and got these in 29.5. Added custom footbeds and they fit great. Toe box is largish ... I still have room to wiggle my toes which helps with warmth and comfort, but I have had no issues with slop.
I get very precise control (Soul 7 ski in 188 and Rossi binders) with these boots. My two complaints are 1) the WTR walk mode is a joke with basically no pivot and 2) they are not easy to get on and off. The latter is understandable as that's part a Rossi thing and mostly the 130 flex.
One caution - I've also used these on rental skis and the "Walk Mode" toe and heel pieces are thicker than what rental bindings will safely accommodate. So I took them off and put on the thinner ride mode pieces and switched my own bindings to "ride" That's an important thing to do with any WTR boot if you are going to rent skis