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Rossignol/Lange upper shell part : Can it exist in "straight" version ?

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Hi,

I've had Lange RL1 for years, and now I have the Rossignol R2005 (RL11).
The boots have one thing in common: The upper shell part is "twisted", i.e. the inner part has more forward lean than the outside section.
Is this normal (I guess it's common...) ? ...Desired ? Something to do with lower leg anatomy.....? Or it's just a result of "assembly" ?
.....Enlighten me guys,


Dad
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This is one of the features/attributes the Lange has that adore many to them. The asymetrical cuff causes the boot to tip onto an inside edge as the skier's shin flexes straight forward.
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The RL11 has now got 2 versions of cuff. Stop Press
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