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Rossignol R18 Ski Boots - Kids, Youth 2015

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  • All Mountain
Flex Index:
  • 30
  • Hybrid
Buckle Layout:
  • 1 Buckle
Buckle Material: Composite
Last Width:
  • Youth
Walk Mode: No
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: Rossignol R18 Ski Boots - Kids, Youth

The R18 is a great introductory boot for first time kid skiers. The boot has a large opening allowing even the smallest kids easily enter and exit. One simple buckle is quick and easy for parents to get the little ones out on the hill. Its soft flex allows young skiers to master pizza wedges and french fries.

Key Features of the Rossignol R18 Ski Boots:
  • Flex index 30
  • Shell specification POLYPROPYLENE
  • Bootboard -
  • Cuff specification POLYPROPYLENE
  • Liner - technology THERMOFORMED
  • Buckles - material 1 MEMO buckle


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Debra C on Dec 18, 2013
how abt with rossignol experience jr skis and xelium 45 s bindings?
A shopper on Jun 28, 2014
Best Answer: That's a great ski package but unfortunatey we are sold out. Check out more Youth/Kid Ski packages here:

What is the age, ability level, height/weight of your child? We can go from there.
Reply · Report · Paddy OStaff on Jul 16, 2014
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are the Rossignol R18 Ski Boots compatible with the AxiumJr70L bindings?
jodie p on Feb 9, 2014
Best Answer: Jodie,

The Rossignol R18 Ski Boots would work with the Axium Jr 70L Ski Bindings. However, those bindings have a DIN range of 2-7. I can only assume your little shredder is quite young since the Rossignol R18 Ski Boots are for small kids. I would recommend a Ski Binding with a little less hold so your little ripper can release from his/her skis safely. The DIN range should be .75-4.5.

Let me know the age and ability level of your child and we can go from there. Hope to help further.
Reply · Report · Paddy OStaff on May 28, 2014
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