Rossignol Experience Sensor 110 Ski Boot (Men's)

Rossignol Experience Sensor 110 Ski Boot (Men's) -

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    Style: RB13090

    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
    • 4.5° rams, 14° 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
    "I love the fit of this boot. But I'm only an intermediate skier. What would it mean to me, since this has a flex of 110? Does it make it unsafe for my skill level? "
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    Question by Rajeev on 7/22/2013 - 8:05 am
    "It's not necessarily unsafe, as a stiffer boot actually gives you more control over the ski, however it might be more painful since you're not at an advanced skill level yet. It sounds like you have already tried this boot on. If you like the way it fits and plan on progressing quickly, then you can give it a shot with this boot. "
    Answer by Martha (Peter Glenn Staff) on 7/22/2013 - 9:45 am
    "What is a sensor fit lining exactly? I am looking for a boot that is heated."
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    Question by Lisa on 10/29/2013 - 10:27 pm
    "We don't have any ski boots that are heated. There are some boots that have insulation in them which will help keep you warm. The Sensor fit liner is simply a liner that molds around your foot in various places for more comfort. "
    Answer by Martha (Peter Glenn Staff) on 10/30/2013 - 11:22 am

    User Reviews

    Average Customer Rating: 5/5 (1 customer reviews)
    Very comfortable, high performance boot   Rated: 5/5

    I bought this boot in December 2011 and skied it the next day at Alta in Utah. It is by far the most comfortable boot I have ever owned. While being comfortable, it was by no means sloppy. I have owned Tecnica's and Lange's for the past 10 years and they crushed my feet. I used to unbuckle my boots on every lift ride. This year, I left them buckled from the time I arrived until we left for the day. My feet did not get cold and the boots never cut off circulation. If you have never had a comfortable pair of ski boots, I strongly suggest trying these boots. Rossignol has created a wider boot for, I guess, people like me with wide feet. Couldn't be happier.

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