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Rossignol Vita Sensor 80 (2010)

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Rossignol Vita Sensor 80

Rating: 0.00 / 5
Price: $500.00
Year: 2010
Level: 2
Gender: Female

Toebox fit: 0.00 / 5
Forefoot fit: 0.00 / 5
Ankle fit: 0.00 / 5
Instep fit: 0.00 / 5
Adjustments: 0.00 / 5
Closure: 0.00 / 5
Response: 0.00 / 5
Support: 0.00 / 5
Flex: 0.00 / 5
Steering: 0.00 / 5
Comfort: 0.00 / 5
Average Score: 0.00 / 5

The Vita feels cozy and comfortable, slides on and off with utmost ease, and provides more steering power than testers expected from a boot this wide (102 mm). The stance is comfortable—nice for a 10-day-a-year skier—and promotes easy balance. “Not too stiff but nicely supportive. Great for intermediates hoping to get better,” said MacConnell.

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Our women liked the Vita slightly more than the pricier Electra Sensor3 90 (see previous). Must be a comfort thing. The Vita is roomier than the Electra, but it’s equally well balanced, the liner is every bit as well designed, constructed and married to its shell, and the more relaxed flex is still enough to power a ski. As one tester put it: “a bedroom slipper with some zest.”

Rossignol Synergy Sensor 80

Rossignol Sensor 80 (2011)

The lower shell is roomy and lacks fit tension. That’s good for comfort but usually bad for responsiveness. But Rossignol gives the Synergy 80 a snug upper cuff, so lateral quickness is pretty good for a boot this comfortable. It’s still not exactly dynamic, but its upright stance will keep intermediates balanced, and with its soft flex, it’s a natural in bumps