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Rossignol Alias Sensor 120 Ski Boots

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Width: Wide - boot width of 104-106mm; beginner to expert skier

Wide - boot width of 104-106mm; beginner to expert skier

Instep Height: Medium - instep circumference approx. 1/3-1/2 length of foot

Medium - instep circumference approx. 1/3-1/2 length of foot

Calf Volume: High - accommodates shorter, thicker leg or fuller leg shape

High - accommodates shorter, thicker leg or fuller leg shape

Flex: Stiff - ideal for true intermediate to expert level skiers

Stiff - ideal for true intermediate to expert level skiers

 Overview
 

Just because you are a big guy and a strong skier it does not mean that you have a narrow foot so you need something that has an accommodating width and a stiff flex. You need the Rossignol Alias Sensor120 Ski Boots. At a 104mm last you have a performance boot that will fit all but the absolute widest of feet. With a 120 flex the Alias Sensor 120 packs the power that you need to drive your skis. Rossi's Sensor Fit Liner has a one piece toe box and tongue that will feel seamless over your toes and instep. An anatomically correct liner will reduce pressure on the most common pressure points - the forefoot. A self-shaping tongue will adapt quickly to the shape of your leg after only a few uses. The Neutral Stance of the Sensor 120 gives you slight ramp angle that will give you more control over your skis, better balance, and not fatigue you as fast. If you are looking for a boot that has a wide fit, without some wimpy soft flex, the Rossignol Alias Sensor 120 Ski Boots are the boots for you.


  • Wide Fit with a Stiff Flex
  • Neutral Stance
  • Sensor Fit Liner
  • Easy Entry
  • Best Fits a Medium to Wide Forefoot and Medium to Wide Shaft of the Leg



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Skill Range: AdvancedIntermediate-Expert

 

 Specifications

Ski Boot Specifications

Ski Gear Intended Use: All Mountain
Forefoot Width: 104mm at Reference Size 26.5
Actual Flex: 120
Flex Adjustment: No
Buckle Count: 4
Cuff Alignment: Single
Ski/Walk: No
Warranty: One Year
Used: No
Skill Range: AdvancedIntermediate-Expert
Model Year: 2016
Model Number: RBD8010.255
Product ID: 351508
Shipping Restriction: This item is not available for shipment outside of the United States.
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From : Salt Lake City UT
Date :
PROS
CONS
BEST USES

5.0
Great fit
Comments:
These boots are fantastic. Was like wearing slippers on the slope. So comfortable and kept my feet incredibly warm as well. I highly recommend them.
 
WAS THIS A GIFT? : 
  • No
 
BOTTOM LINE : 
  • Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
 
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From : Pittsfield, Ma
Date :
PROS :
  • Fore foot fit
  • Nice tight heel
CONS :
  • Calf room
  • Not great walking
BEST USES

3.5
New Boots
Comments:
Today was the first day wearing my new Rossignol Alias Sensor boots. They seemed a bit stiff at first, but maybe it was just me. After a few runs boots were perfect. Fit is very true, 104mm in the fore foot. But the heel is much tighter, so you aren't flopping around inside. For the price these are great boots.
 
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  • No
 
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  • Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
 
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Q: I have an 11.75" foot length with a 4.5" last and standard arch - would the 29.5 or 30.5 size be better in this specific boot?
Asked : Nov 06, 2016
By : Mark, Post Falls, ID
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A: Based on those measurements the 30.5 would be the better size for you.
Answered : Nov 07, 2016
By : Adam, Midwest
Q: I have very high calf volume. Which way should the cuff alignment adjustment be set to allow for the greatest volume? Or doesn't the cuff alignment give you greater volume?
Asked : Oct 15, 2016
By : Burny, Milwaukee Wisconsin
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A: Cuff alignment will not adjust the volume of the cuff. Cuff alignment changes the angle of the knee to compensate for bow-legged-ness or knock-kneed-ness, and should be done by a qualified bootfitter for the most accurate adjustments.
Answered : Oct 17, 2016
By : Adam, Midwest
Q: My foot length is 11.375" to 11.5" and the width is 4.125" to 4.50" . The Rossi 120 boot appears that at this length the boot may be too wide. Can you confirm?
Asked : Sep 05, 2016
By : Michael, Abq, NM
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A: Based on those measurements at 11.5 X 4.5 the 29.5 shell would be a touch too narrow. You could add an aftermarket footbed to shrink the width of your foot. Take a look at our Buying Guide for Footbeds here: http://www.skis.com/Buying-Guide-for-Footbeds-or-Insoles/buying-guide-10-12-2013,default,pg.html
Answered : Sep 06, 2016
By : Adam, Midwest
Q: What is the sole length on the size 26.5?
Asked : May 30, 2016
By : Jeff, WA
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A: The Boot Sole Length on a 26.5 shell is 310mm.
Answered : May 31, 2016
By : Adam, Midwest
Q: Looking at the Rossignol Alias sensor 120. Barefoot my right foot measures 24.1 x 10.6 cm and left 24.5 x 10.1 cm. Do you take into account wearing socks when determining boot size?
Asked : Oct 06, 2015
By : Steve, Lakewood Ranch, FL
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A: It is the most accurate to measure your bare feet. Liners are soft and squishy, and this particular liner has a neoprene toe box that will start to stretch as soon as you put your foot inside the shell. A proper ski sock will not affect the length of the boot.
Answered : Oct 08, 2015
By : Adam, Midwest
Q: Recently bought these and am wondering the purpose andhow the easy entry adjustment works on the side of the cuff and which position it needs to be in.
Asked : Jan 21, 2015
By : firefightermjs, Tulsa, OK
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A: For some strange reason, Rossignol has the words easy entry written above the cuff alignment adjustment. That dial has nothing to do with easy entry. It is the cuff alignment adjustment that tilts the angle of the cuff to the inside or the outside of the shell. For a neutral position the dial should be facing upward.
Answered : Jan 21, 2015
By : Adam, Midwest
 
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