Rossignol Alltrack Ski Boot Womens 80W Black 245mm
The new ALLTRACK 80 W delivers an award-winning fusion of power, precision, and hiking performance in our anatomic 102mm “wide” fit. Compatible with WTR rockered soles, Alltrack offers ski-hike versatility combined with traditional alpine performance that continues to go unmatched. Sensor Grid shell technology and OptiSensor 3D Thinsulate liners deliver optimized foot wrapping, comfort, warmth and support.
Size Available 220, 225, 230, 235, 240, 245, 250, 255, 260, 265, 270, 275
Weight 1,880 kg/half pair
Flex index 80
Technology SENSOR GRID
Material – shell POLYETHER
Specifications HIKE MODE
Material – cuff POLYOLEFINE
Liner – technology WOMEN THERMO OPTISENSOR 3D T3
Thermal insulation FOREFOOT THINSULATE
Powerstrap width (mm) 40 mm
Liner – tongue POWER WRAP – ONE-PIECE TOE BOX
Technology DIAGONAL BUCKLES
Adjustment 4 MICRO
Additional functions ADJUSTABLE TEETH 3 POSITIONS
Buckles – material 100% ALUMINIUM
Heel pieces WTR COMPATIBLE OPTIONAL
We can offer you a fully customised boot ski boot fitting service and we will always suggest you get your ski boots fitted professionaly in a shop to rule out any foot pain and other orthotic issues.
Need more information and help fitting or choosing Ski Boots ? Call our shop on 0121 423 1160 or pop in and see us. In the meantime, if you are looking for Skis to match then have a look at our Ski Range
If you prefer to buy online then please follow the guide below:-
CHOOSE YOUR SIZE:
To measure the size of your foot:
– Put a piece of paper, larger than your foot, on the floor against a wall.
– Stand on the paper with your back and heels glued to the wall.
– Draw a line marking the longest part of your foot.
– Measure the distance from the edge of the paper to the line you’ve just made.
Check the size chart in the images above for the recommended size to buy.
We recommend taking measurements for both feet and using the bigger measurement of the two. If your foot measurement is between chart numbers, we recommend sizing up.
Rossignol have been around in the Ski industry for many years for good reason. They have produced Skis since 1907 with the first pair of skis being made out of wood by a carpenter called Abel Rossignol.
They have won many world cup events since 1937 which is testament to their exacting standards and quality and commitment to workmanship and research and development.
By 1948, due to many World cup wins and the brand taking the first Olmypic gold, the brand name became a household name. It was in 1956 that Rossignol was bought by Laurent Boix-Vives and started selling skis all over the world and to this day are one of the best market leading brands in ski hardware.