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Rossignol B-Squad Pro 130 Carbon Ski Boots

Rossignol B-Squad Pro 130 Carbon Ski Boots
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Description: Rossignol B-Squad Pro 130 Carbon Ski Boots

When the powder has fallen and the steep lines are perfect, get the Rossignol B-Squad Pro 130 Carbon Ski Boots for men for the ride of your life. Designed for expert riders, their polyether and carbon insert shell ensures durability and responsiveness, while the 4 milled aluminum micro buckles lock you down tight yet are lightweight enough to not get in the way. The visco rubber footboard dampens shock in rough terrain, and the thermo-moldable liner ensures a custom snug fit. Get high performance, exceptional quality and superb comfort with the Rossignol B-Squad Pro ski boots, winter has never been so good.

Key Features of the Rossignol B-Squad Pro 130 Carbon Ski Boots:
  • Flex index: 130
  • Last: 98mm
  • Shell: Polyether Carbon insert
  • Spoiler: Removable spoiler
  • Power Strap: 360degrees 40mm
  • Buckles: 4 Milled Aluminum Micro Buckles
  • Catches: 2 adjustable
  • Foot Board: Visco Rubber
  • Liner: Pro Fit - Thermo Moldable

B-Squad Pro 130

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super price! top of the line. Need DOWNHILLSKI next season.
john b on May 18, 2014
if i wear a size ten shoe what mondo size should i be looking for?
walter on Dec 4, 2015
Best Answer: If you are a straight size ten you very likely could fit a 27.5. if you are very close to 10.5 28.5. Best would be to visit a shop with both sizes, model does not matter. Take the liner out of the shell and place your foot in the shell only. with your toe lightly touching the front check to see how much room you have between you heel and the back of the shell if you have 5/8's of an inch between your heel and the shell that is the shell for you. if you are slightly less or more that is the fine but not as much as an 1/8th shorter or longer.

when you do this it will still initially feel very snug when you put the boot with liner inside on but the liner will mold and shape to our foot quickly a few hours of skiing and give you the best fit.
Reply · Report · Tim PWorks for Rossignol on Dec 6, 2015
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