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Rossignol Pursuit Sensor3 130 Ski Boots

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Specs

Type: All Mountain
Flex Index: 130
Liner: Heat Moldable
Buckle Layout: 4 Buckle
Buckle Material: Metal
Last Width: 100
Walk Mode: No
Manufacturer Warranty: 2 Year

Description: Rossignol Pursuit Sensor3 130 Ski Boots

Forget watching Warren Miller when you can go out and create your own adventures, and wearing the Rossignol Pursuit Sensor3 130 Ski Boots Black for men will do nothing but speed up your pace. This high-performance boot is designed for the best of the best. The OptiSensor liner and the strong heel pocket provide a fit you will not ever want to take off. Slice through the powder with power, and do not think twice about the steeps. This boot will take you to the next level, and give you the comfort and flex a long hard day at the mountain calls for.

Key Features of the Rossignol Pursuit Sensor3 130 Ski Boots:
  • Last 100
  • Flex index 130
  • Material - shell POLYETHER SENSOR3 POLYCARBONATE INSERT
  • Material - cuff POLYETHER POLYETHER INSERT
  • Bootboard PU FOAM HARD
  • Liner - technology THERMO OPTISENSOR FIT
  • Liner - tongue ONE-PIECE TOE BOX
  • Buckles - material 4 MICRO - 100% ALUMINIUM
  • Buckles - micro DIAGONAL BUCKLES
  • Buckles - teeth ADJUSTABLE TEETH 3 POSITIONS
  • Canting DOUBLE CANTING
  • Spoiler LATERAL
  • Power strap 40 mm
  • Heel pieces COMFORT

Pursuit Sensor3 130


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I currently ski in a Rossi B squad Sensor 3 110 flex boot in a size 28.5. I have maxed out all of the micro adjustments & the boot is still a little loose. Should I buy a 27.5 boot?
A shopper on Jan 4, 2015
Best Answer: you should check to see if the 27.5 is the correct size it sounds as though the 28.5 is too large. take the liner out of a size 27.5 and place your foot in the shell not the liner. with your toes lightly touching the front of the shell check to see how much room you have between your heel and the back of the shell. if you have between 5/8ths and 3/4ths of an inch the shell is the correct size. typically the boot that is the correct size will feel quite snug when it is tried on for the first time with the liner in the shell. the liners will compress and to a degree mold around your foot.
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