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Rossignol Vita Sensor2 70 Ski Boots - Womens

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Description: Rossignol Vita Sensor2 70 Ski Boots - Womens

The VITA SENSOR≤ 70 delivers a forgiving, comfortable fit without sacrificing all-mountain performance. Sensor≤ shells feature a 102mm "medium-wide" fit while retaining the contoured forefoot, strong heel cup and asymmetrical toe box. Natural wool in the liner provides warmth and comfort. The Vita Sensor≤ 70 is a versatile all-mountain boot with a forgiving fit for intermediate skiers.

Key Features of Rossignol Vita Sensor2 70 Ski Boots:
  • Last: 102
  • Flex Index: 70
  • Technology: Sensor2
  • Material - Shell: Polyolefine
  • Bootboard: Pu
  • Specifications: Easy Open Cuff
  • Material - Cuff: Polyolefine
  • Liner - Technology: Women Sport Thermo Fit Plus
  • Thermal Insulation: Forefoot Wool
  • Powerstrap Width (mm): 35 mm
  • Liner - Tongue: One-Piece Toe Box
  • Buckles Technology: 100% Aluminium
  • Buckles Adjustment: 4 Micro
  • Buckles Additional Functions: 4th: Quickset 3 Positions 3Rd: 3 Positions
  • Additional Functions: Canting
  • Sensor 2 - 102mm
  • Women Liner
  • Dedicated Women's Cuff
  • Diagonal Buckles

Vita Sensor2 70


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Looking for ski boots for my wife. She is looking for a boot that doesn't hurt hard shins?
Jeffery W on Sep 4, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Hi Jeffery, Rossignol boots tend to spread pressure very evenly by design so they are a good fit for those with shin pressure issues. Having said that we are all different and ultimately trying on boots is the best way to find a fit for each individual. But the Vita 70 would be a good starting point, the Rossignol Alltrack 70 W would be another excellent choice.
If im a 8 in womens boots why are these 8.5's snug and small! Do i beed 9.5?
A shopper on Jan 21, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Have you buckled the boot and flexed into it or simply put your foot in the boot with out buckling? What size street shoe do you wear? Simplest way to check is to take the liner out of the shell. Set the liner aside and place your foot in the shell alone. Slide toes to the front so they are lightly touching. Check to see how much room you then have between your heel and the back of the shell, if you have 5/8" of an inch or 3/4'"the shell fits your foot correctly. Ignore the liner which if you put that on outside the shell will look like a water sausage. If a liner has toe room the boots are too large and will get way big with your foot sliding around. So try the shell fit to see where you are for starters. Remember a boot liner will break in and become more roomy. But the shell fit exercise will tell you if the boot is the correct length. At that point if the shell is correct size put liner back in the shell put your foot in the boot buckle it and flex into it. The boot should start to conform to you foot the more time you spend in the boot.
If you find less the 5/8" in the shell alone then it is indeed too small.
How heavy are the boots? why isnt this info in the specs?
niniesq on Dec 8, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Hi Anna,
In the end the raw weight of your boot is not necessarily all that important. Your specific bindings and skis will alter that exponentially. I weighed a pair however and each boot will be right about 4lbs 1oz.