Designed with forgiveness and precision in mind, this boot will not disappoint progression-seekers.This new 2018 version is as comfortable as its previous version but comes with a race-inspired look and a new sole carrying the Turnamic technology. This new system was developed by Rossignol to comply with their new Turnamic bindings. Don’t worry, these boots still work with the NNN and Prolink standards.
What are the specifications of the Rossignol X-10 Skate ski boot?
This is the last model you can get before stepping into the racing series. More forigiving, the boot allows greater torsion and comes with softer reinforcements and a plastic cuff for a mellower feel and less discomfort. Yet, the boot feels precise and is capable of transfering power from skier to ski with efficacy. The cuff leans forward effortlessly and doesn’t get in the way. The liner is thicker and softer than on performance models, emphasising comfort. It keeps feet warm and dry all day. The Velcro strap is easy to use and allows for precise adjustments while the new Turnamic sole offers enhanced contact with the ski. The sole is thinner and torsionally stiffer. It helps waste less energy during the kick phase and offers more stability during the glide phase. This new system is also more durable and resists better from the wear due to walking. Finally the Speedlace Lock system makes closure easy and consistent.
Who is the Rossignol X-10 Skate ski boot designed for?
Designed for learning and improving at skate skiing, the boot offers precision, comfort and reasonable performance. Suited for intermediate skiers who want to skate better or for occasional skiers who want a comfortable boot that doesn’t require tons of training before it gets familiar.
What are the main assets of the Rossignol X-10 Skate ski boot?
Value for money.