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Rossignol Alias Sensor 100 Ski Boots

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Specs

Type: All Mountain
Flex Index: 100
Liner: Heat Moldable
Buckle Layout: 4 Buckle
Buckle Material: Metal
Last Width: 104
Walk Mode: No
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: Rossignol Alias Sensor 100 Ski Boots

The black diamonds are calling, your friends are ready for a hard day, and with the Rossignol Alias Sensor 100 Ski Boots Red/Transparent for men you will keep up every step of the way. This powerful boot will give you the comfort you demand for a long day on the slopes. The Sensor Fit technology used provides optimum comfort in all the areas that you may worry about, leaving you with good circulation and warm feet all day. The strong heel cup and the flex index of 100 will keep you advanced to intermediate skiers slashing the powder until the lifts stop.

Key Features of the Rossignol Alias Sensor 100 Ski Boots:
  • Last 104
  • Flex index 100
  • Material - shell POLYETHER + SENSOR CONCEPT
  • Material - cuff POLYETHER
  • Bootboard PU
  • Liner - technology SPORT THERMO FIT PLUS
  • Liner - tongue ONE-PIECE TOE BOX
  • Buckles - material 4 MICRO - 100% ALUMINIUM
  • Buckles - micro DIAGONAL BUCKLES
  • Buckles - teeth 4th: QUICKSET 3 POSITIONS 3rd: 3 POSITIONS
  • Canting CANTING
  • Power strap 40 mm

Alias Sensor 100


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Great Boot
These boots are really comfortable, I can wear them all day, and they also perform perfectly. I'm reallypleased with my choice!
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November 18, 2014
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4 months ago
A Picture is not always worth a thousand words
Have not used them yet. Price was nice. But actually wanted the boot pictured not the ones I received. Minor gripe but 2013 pic doesn't match the 2014 boots received.
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November 16, 2014
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Right price, right features!
Paul P on Oct 29, 2014
My last Rossi lasted 22 years, great for wide feet and comfort.
S K on Jul 7, 2014
So I am thinking of purchasing this boot but I'm concerned with the flex of it. I've been skiing once a year for ten years but I'm skiing more (7-10 times) so I'm about a intermediate skier so will the flex of this boot work for me or should I get a lower flex?
A shopper on May 14, 2014
Best Answer: Hey there. What is your height and weight? 90-100 flex is great for intermediates. For perspective: I used to ski patrol in Telluride, am a big guy who likes getting after it, go fast, get into the air, etc. I use a boot with a 120-130 flex.
Reply · Report · Paddy OStaff on May 21, 2014
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What size ski boot should I get if I wear an 11.5 US shoe?
A shopper on Jul 29, 2014
Best Answer: I tried on the 2015 model, I wear a size 12 sneaker and shoe and Mondo 29.5 was perfect fit for me.
Reply · Report · MattP on Nov 6, 2014
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I'm looking at this boot. I need a 104 last. It says that it is 'heat moldable'. Is that something a shop has to do or is that something I can do?
A shopper on Sep 27, 2014
Best Answer: This boot has a 104mm last so you're in luck there. As far as the liner being heat moldable, like most stock liners it will conform to your foot over time from just your body heat, usually takes 2 or 3 days on the mountain to really adapt but it should feel like a better fit every time you wear it. A shop may be able to speed up the process but it's not necessary. I've heard that you can speed up the process by warming a sock full of uncooked rice in the microwave and letting it sit in the boot for a few minutes before you put them on. Overall I would say this is a great boot for the price if it fits your foot. There are a few other things that may affect how it fits you such as instep height, or bone spurs that a boot shop could help you remedy if needed.
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