Rossignol Zenith Sensor3 110 (2010)

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Rossignol Zenith Sensor3 110

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Price: $650.00
Year: 2010
Level: 3
Gender: Male

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The Z 110 is a boon to experts with medium to wide feet who have been forced into too-soft boots to get the width they needed. Rossi used computers to map the modern foot (as opposed to an Italian foot from 40 years ago). Especially nice: a pressure-relieving cutaway that improves blood-flow over the instep. “Perfect for the aggressive frontside skier,” said Manser.

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Rossignol Zenith Sensor3 110 (2011)

The Zenith 110, which feels stiffer than the 110 flex rating, is a good choice for the skier with a higher-than-average-volume foot who’s looking for accurate performance. It’s roomy yet secure, with one of the best liners out there, perfectly shaped to fit its shell for responsive performance. The result is a sophisticated blend of quickness, power and all-day comfort.