Rossignol All Track Pro 110 W ReviewOctober 8, 2013
- Plush fur lining makes for easy in/out
- Comes with a walk mode for short tours
- High performance but still super comfortable
- No-slip rubber sole
- Too heavy for long backcountry tours
- Might be too narrow for wide feet
A strong, big-mountain boot but with some feminine touches. It’s not a touring boot by any means, but it’s got a walk mode so you could take it out of bounds.
Equipped with a narrow 100-millimeter width and 110 flex, Rossignol’s All Track Pro 110 W had strong downhill performance with a wide range of motion—you can really power this ski if you’re tackling steep or challenging terrain. It fit comfy and warm right out of the box. No bootfitting necessary.
This boot’s walk mode had decent range of motion, but it’s still more of a downhill-oriented boot than a backcountry touring one. A no-slip rubber sole makes it great for bootpacking on rocks, though.
Rossignol’s new OptiSensor 3D liner is said to enhance the fit around the forefoot and give you more energy transmission. The cozy fur on the liner extends only halfway down the calf, which is a nice feature so your lower foot doesn’t sweat, but it’s still really easy to slide in and out of the boot.
If you’ve got wide feet, this boot may not work for you. And for less strong skiers, you may not be able to push through the stiff 110 flex.