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Rossignol Kelia 60 Ski Boots - Womens

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Description: Rossignol Kelia 60 Ski Boots - Womens

The new KELIA 60 is one of the lightest women's alpine boots on the market and delivers a comfortable, generous fit for aspiring intermediate to novice skiers. Sensor shells feature a 104mm "wide" fit while retaining the contoured forefoot, strong heel cup and asymmetrical toe box. Sensor Fit technology provides an open instep and more articulate ankle area for increased comfort, circulation and warmth. The new 3-buckle design features an extra-wide cuff buckle and XL power-strap for easy closure.

Key Features of Rossignol Kelia 60 Ski Boots:
  • Last: 104
  • Flex Index: 60
  • Shell Technology: SENSOR
  • Shell Material: Polyolefine
  • Shell Bootboard: PU
  • Cuff Specifications: Low Cuff (sizes 220 > 255)
  • Cuff Material: Polyolefine
  • Liner Technology: Women Comfort Fit
  • Thermal Insulation: Forefoot Wool
  • Powerstrap Width: 40mm
  • Liner Tongue: One-Piece Toe Box
  • Buckle Technology: Diagonal Buckle on Shell
  • Buckle Adjustment: 3 Micro
  • 7 Teeth on Cuff
  • Buckle Material: 100% Aluminum

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The size chart shows 24.5 = 6.5 shoe size. So why does your 24.5 say it fits 7.5?
Cindy on Mar 11, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Where are you seeing the 6.5 measurement matching up with the 24.5? I'm only seeing 7.5.
Hello, what is the exact women's size 8 that is compatible with the ski boots? Thank you.
A shopper on Dec 28, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Nothing is exact with ski boots. But for a woman with a size 8 shoe size 24.5 would be the size that should be the correct fit. When fitting a ski boot the correct approach is to do a "shell fit". This entails taking the liner out of the boot setting it aside and placing the foot into the shell with toes lightly touching the front of the boot shell. At that point using a wooden dowel size 5/8" check to see how much room is between heel and back of shell. 5/8" is a good fit. Just short or just longer is fine but close to 5/8" is the place to be. Some of the small lights on the market measure 5/8" and are really good to use as a reference tool.