Rossignol Allspeed 100

Model Year
All-Mountain Traditional
Last Width
Flex Index
Price (MSRP)

That this Soft-Value entry made the medals cut and achieved the performance scores that it did is hardly the main Rossignol story in this category. We’re most impressed that there’s also an Allspeed 80 for a hundred bucks less and 120 and 130 flex Allspeed versions to suit stronger skiers with thick feet, all at the 102mm width. That’s a whole new wide-load family tree to consider there.

But testers put the Allspeed 100 in their top half for good reason, with wide agreement that it skied at a higher-than-100 flex performance tier and held up Allspeed family values. It has a balanced stance and an even, well-distributed flex feel. Most testers placed it dead-center in the width spectrum of the wide-last grouping and said it successfully avoided drifting into bucket status. It exerts a proper hold on the back of the foot while maintaining front end freedom.

If you’ve come to believe all ski boots are nothing but trouble and that the best thing about them is taking them off, you’ll be disappointed here. Testers reported no trouble on or off, no trouble with fit, no trouble with performance. Yup. That good.

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  • “For a wide lasted boot with a narrow foot, it was shockingly stable. ” -- Erik Korman
  • “Promotes relaxed balanced stance...just add gravity. ” -- Larry "Laurent" Smith
  • “Real smooth transitions, stable at speed, and predictability responsiveness. ” -- Brian Elling
  • “Powerful to the edges, solid feel to upper and lower shell. ” -- Mike Evans
  • “Finally a big boot that doesn't ski like a bucket of puss. ” -- Kevin Gabriel
  • “Clean and simple with nice liner.” -- Chris Wiberg


This boot available at...

Big Bear Lake, CA
Glenmont, NY
Costa Mesa, CA
Pagosa Springs, CO
Breckenridge, CO
Taos Ski Valley, NM
Schweitzer, ID
Hotham Heights, VIC

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