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Rossignol Zenith Pro 120


Pros: Good stiff boot for aggressive skiers

Cons: PAIN, PAIN, Way too narrow

I bought theseto replace an old pair of Nordicas and they were great in the shop, I have been skiing for abot 30 years and know what I like in boots. I have normal width feet these boots have a 98mm last!


The shop was a warehouse so it was cold and the boots were nice and stiff, I had them on for an hour or so with no problems.


I took then racing in Austria and within 2 hours the pain started, by lunch it was unbearable and I had to take them off. no amount of tinkering with the buckles could fix the problem.


I tried the boots again on my second day and the same again!!!


I rented a pair of Pheonix Dragon 100 boots for the remainder of my holiday, which were too loose but not painfull!


I still have tingling toes 2 months later.


I am not blaming the bootfitter as they were fine in the shop but this was unbearable.


I now have Nordica Speedmachine 130's which fit me better.


If you have VERY narrow feet these boots may be ok but be very carefull.


Price paid was UK pounds (approx $315 US)


Pros: Good Edge Control, Linear Flex, Very Adjustable

Cons: Narrow Last, Non Heat Moldable Liner

I bought these boots to replace an older pair of Salomon boots that I had for over 10 years. They were just plain worn out.

I wanted a boot that had at least a 110 flex rating, and these were rated at 120. I must say that they are a very stiff boot, which is good if you are an aggressive skier.

I wear 8 1/2 size shoes, and the boots are true to that size at 8 1/2. The fit is very snug. The last is 98 mm. Those with wide feet will need to look elsewhere for ski boots. The liner is not heat moldable, but custom fitting can be achieved by a good boot fitter.

Overall, the performance of the boots is good, and once I have them adjusted properly, I don't usually have to loosen them until stopping for lunch, or at the end of the day. I would recommend these boots for an aggressive skier who needs a high flex index, and doesn't mind a snug fit.
Rossignol Zenith Pro 120

The do-everything boot family. Reach the zenith of high performance with power and response. Professional and accomplished skiers will appreciate the exceptional precision and support with all-day comfort. **Last: 98mm **Flex index : 120 **Shell : Polyether **Cuff : Polyether + Composite **Removable boot board : PU hard **Liner : Foam Fit **4 micro buckles 100% aluminium **3 "Easy Closure" buckles **Adjustable teeth 3 positions **Canting **Flex adjusment

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Micro Adjustable
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Replaceable soles
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Thermo-moldable Liner
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