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Rossignol Bandit B14

Page Type: Gear Review

Object Title: Rossignol Bandit B14

Manufacturer: Rossignol

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Page By: yxygan

Created/Edited: Dec 2, 2011 / Dec 2, 2011

Object ID: 7995

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With its 100mm-wide last and 95 flex, the Rossignol Bandit B14 Ski Boot takes you down the steep and deep with powerful performance and a comfortable fit. The medium-sized 100mm last plays nice with wide feet and feels a lot better than narrower lasts while you bootpack for a secret stash. Rossi's Total ThermoFit liner custom molds to your foot, which results in precise power transmission, a comfortable fit, and happy, warm toes. The Bandit B14's 95 flex powers through variable conditions and leaves a little room for switch landings and hard freeriding. Lock down the lightweight, micro-adjustable aluminum buckles and prove you're harder than diamonds.
Worth robbing a train for Expert skiers looking for efficient execution and touch will find the Rossignol Bandit B14 to be the ideal ski boot. Active Cockpit-In shell maximizes performance and fit, while the Soft plastic placed along the outside improves the fit and provides smooth flex. The B14 has a superior shock absorbing system.
The Thermo Fit liner is heat-moldable and keeps your feet warm and comfortable all day on the mountain->says the manufacturer. My opinion: Could be due to the tight fit, but these boots leave my feet colder than any other boot I have worn.

Features

• Shell Material: Bi-injected polyether
• Liner Material: Total ThermoFit liner
• Thermo-moldable Liner: Yes
• Number of Buckles: 4
• Micro Adjustable: Yes
• Active Cockpit – stiffer materials closer to the foot for more accurate transmission.
• Recommended Use: Freeriding, big mountain skiing, advanced and expert level skiing

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DavtrexFor both.

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Bought one for each foot. Seem to work best when paired up.
Posted Dec 11, 2012 12:51 am

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