Rossignol Alias Sensor 120 Ski Boot (Men's)
The Rossignol Alias Sensor 120 Ski Boot can handle it all. The Sensor Fit liners provide medium-to-wide footed individuals a bit more ankle space. The Sensor shell is 4mm wider than most Rossignol boots, and has a â€śVâ€ť shape in the forefoot, which allows for a contoured fit and an asymmetrical toe box. The Alias Sensor 120 was designed with intermediate to advanced skiers in mind, who are looking for a high performing all-mountain boot. Although relatively stiff, coming in at an index of 120, the Alias 120's allow for enough comfort and breathing room without sacrificing performance.
- Flex Rating: 120
- Last Width: 104 mm
- Skill Level: Intermediate/advanced
- Liner: Sensor Fit Liner
- 104mm last for wider feet
- Stiff 120 flex for powerful turning
- Sensor Fit "V" design follows natural shape of your foot
- Strong heel cup keeps heel in place
- Instep notches allow for quick and easy entry
- 14-degree forward lean and 4.5-degree ramp angle help maintain a balanced forward lean
- Durable and light aluminum buckles
Questions and Answers
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"What would be the right size boot for a size 11. 28.5 or 29.5?"
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Question by Rich on 1/23/2014 - 7:34 pm
"It could be either for size 11. Every brand fits differently so you really need to be professionally fitted by a boot tech in a store to find out what your true size is in this boot."
Answer by Martha (Peter Glenn Staff) on 1/24/2014 - 10:34 am
"Would a 104 last be equivalent to a D or E width? I bought the Rossi Alias 120 recently. The heel movement was a bit loose upon skiing them first time out. Other fit areas was snug though. hope I don't have to crank the top buckles to solidify heels. "
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Question by Slopecrackerjman on 3/14/2014 - 10:55 pm
"Yes, a 104 last is going to be one of the widest options out there. Feel free to call one of our stores and speak to a ski boot tech directly for any other sizing questions."
Answer by Martha (Peter Glenn Staff) on 3/18/2014 - 1:14 pm
"What has changed from 2014 to 2015? Your picture shows the 2014 boot, right?"
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Question by SkiGuy on 2/14/2015 - 1:10 am
"The model shown here is from the 2013-14 season."
Answer by Martha (Peter Glenn Staff) on 2/17/2015 - 4:56 pm
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