Rossignol All Track Alpine Ski Boot (2016)

Hi, my name is Will Masson. I’m the sales rep for Rossignol boots and what I’m talking about today is the new Rossignol All Track boot. What I have here are two different boots: All Track 120 in black and the All Track 130 WTR in yellow. What you can see is in the 120 black boot, it has a traditional sole, and in the yellow boot it has a WTR or a walk-to-ride sole. That walk-to-ride sole is ramped, or rounded, which makes it easier to walk in the boots. One of the key things about the All Track boots is their versatility. The first thing is that they use what’s called a sensor grid in the manufacturing of the shell, and what that does is it lightens the shell without taking out any of the performance.

The second thing in the All Track boots is they have a walk-hike feature in the back. As you pull that up, what it does is it disengages the upper cuff here and allows the cuff to move backwards so that it’s easier to either hike in the boot or just walk through the parking lot. The third thing is that all of the boots have a rubber sole, and that rubber sole makes it easier for hiking. Even if you’re just walking up from the parking lot, it’s a nice soft grippy rubber that makes it easier for you to walk in.

The 2016 Rossignol ALLTRACK is the leader in freeride versatility with a revolutionary fusion of power, precision, and hiking performance that continues to go unmatched. Available with WTR (Walk to Ride) rocker soles for even greater hiking versatility and comfort, and powered by Posi-Block cuff technology, ALLTRACK offers the ski/hike convenience of a release-able cuff freeride boot combined with undeniable, traditional pinned-cuff power and precision on the descent. Rossignol’s Sensor Grid shell wrapping technology and all-new OptiSensor 3D Thinsulate Platinum™ liners combine to deliver a new optimized level of footwrapping, comfort, warmth, and support.

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