Rossignol Experience Sensor 110 Ski Boot (Men's)
The Rossignol Experience Sensor 110 Ski Boots have a magic word in their name: Sensor. When you see Sensor you know that there's a really good chance that these boots are going to fit your feet well. For the Sensor 110, Rossi gave those of you that need wide ski boots a 104mm last, but still maintained the anatomical V-shape of the foot. This means that you get the wider forefoot that you need, without sacrificing heel hold. Padding in all the right places and a perfectly-molded liner enhances your comfort. This True-Lasted Liner gives you impact absorption where you need it, and never gaps or bunches awkwardly.
- Flex: 110
- Last: 104mm
- Skill: Advanced
- Liner: Sensor Fit Liner
- Stiff boot for advanced support
- Accommodating last for wider feet
- One-piece tongue for seamless feel
- Self-shaping tongue molds around your specific foot
- Sensor Fit maintains the anatomical V of your foot
- Plastic part of tongue is removed over instep to prevent pressure points
- Contoured padding in all the right places
- 4.5Â° rams, 14Â° forward lean neutral stance
- Sensor Shell provides direct power and movement translation
- Durable polyether shell
Questions and Answers
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"i wear size 8.5US/41Euro shoes, which size should I get? thanks."
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Question by Kevin on 3/17/2012 - 1:12 pm
"You would be a mondo size 26.5. Happy skiing!"
Answer by Sarah (Peter Glenn Staff) on 3/20/2012 - 1:13 pm
"I wear 7.5 shoe which is 3e which is the best suggestion for a ski boot?"
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Question by roger on 9/23/2012 - 8:43 am
"If you have a wider foot you want to look for a boot with a larger last. 104 is pretty much the largest that you will find. Sometime you'll find a 105 or 106 but those are for very wide feet."
Answer by Sarah (Peter Glenn Staff) on 9/24/2012 - 11:28 am
"Shoe size: 10-10.5 D. What size Rossi Experience Sensor 110 should I get ?"
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Question by Ben on 3/19/2013 - 3:21 pm
"If you don't know your boot size, then you really need to be fitted in a store for ski boots as all of the brands fit differently. For your shoe size, you could be anywhere from a 27-29. Even those half sizes make a huge difference so you really should be fitted by a professional tech in a ski shop for this boot to find out the exact size that you need. "
Answer by Martha (Peter Glenn Staff) on 3/20/2013 - 8:51 am
Average Customer Rating: 5/5 (1 customer reviews)