Rossignol Alltrack

Rossignol is a dominant force in the ski industry. One need look no further than the massive success of their Sky 7 ski to see how strong their presence is with a massive number of skiers. A large part of Rossignol’s aim in the ski marketplace is to make gear that is fun and user friendly. The Rossignol Alltrack ski boots are no exception.

At its heart, the Allrack line is just an alpine boot with a solid walk mode. But in response to the rise of freetouring, Rossingol has since added compatibility with pin bindings. But, if you ask us, the Alltrack performs far better as a solid alpine boot than an improvised touring option. 

With a higher-volume fit than most of the other boots on this list, the Alltrack splits the difference between accommodation and performance. It’s by and large one of the best options out there for skiers who aren’t interested in the vice-like grip of a top-performance boot, but still want to be able to ski accurately. 

The toe box is spacious, but the real story with fit is in the heel. It’s deep, and lets the skier make up for the spaciousness in the rest of the boot with ample opportunity to lock in their heel. 

As mentioned, Alltrack boots are now available with pin-binding compatibility, that being said they’re widely adaptable and can handle a lot of different takes on skis and styles. Though it’s perfectly capable of getting the job done, the Alltrack line ultimately seems like it was made with more casual skiers in mind. With the spacious interior and very practical resort walk mode, we can see why anyone who isn’t 100% committed to performance will find this a great ski boot.

Our Overall Review

We have thoroughly tested - and read reviews from other experts and users. In summary, this is what we think:

4

Things we like:

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    It’s just a boot, they aren’t doing anything crazy, they’re just doing it well
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    High-volume fit means more skiers will be able to fit their feet into them
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    Option to get the free tour version

Things we don't like:

  • check-markThe fit isn’t right for the hardest skiers
  • check-markPeople with low volume feet will swim in it

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Rossignol Alltrack

Specs & Features

  • Flex: 90-130
  • Last: 102mm
  • Mondo: 24.5-31.5 (Half Sizes)
See the complete list of the best Alpine Ski Boots here!

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Our Overall Review

We have thoroughly tested - and read reviews from other experts and users. In summary, this is what we think:

4

Things we like:

  • check-mark
    It’s just a boot, they aren’t doing anything crazy, they’re just doing it well
  • check-mark
    High-volume fit means more skiers will be able to fit their feet into them
  • check-mark
    Option to get the free tour version

Things we don't like:

  • check-markThe fit isn’t right for the hardest skiers
  • check-markPeople with low volume feet will swim in it

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