Rossignol Experience SI 130 Ski Boots 2014

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Rossignol - Experience SI 130 Ski Boots 2014
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Featuring a precise 97 mm fit, the Rossignol Experience SI 130 Ski Boots blend Sensor Fit technology with World Cup performance and Ultra-Grip soles into an advanced to expert level all-mountain freeride boot. The neutral stance delivers more control and minimizes fatigue while the Sensor Fit liner provides an exact fit. For those all-mountain chargers who need a super supportive boot, the Experience SI 130 is ready and waiting.

Product Details


Last: 97 mm "Narrow"Ideal for skiers with narrower feet or looking for an ultra-precise fit.

Sensor Inside shellThe Sensor Inside shell has a narrower V shape in the forefoot, modern asymmetrical toe box, accommodating instep, articulated ankle pocket, and strong heel cup. By combining these, the new Sensor Inside delivers direct contact with the shell for unprecedented feel and response.


Flex Rating: 130The stiffest flex in the line for the hardest charging skiers.


Sensor Fit linerThis liner focuses on solving all of the common problem fit areas. Sensor Fit simply fits more feet better.

Molded PU hard

Shell Materials



Neutral stanceDelivers more control, better balance and minimizes fatigue. Neutral stance includes a laterally neutral cuff, 4.5 degree ramp angle and 14 degree forward lean.


4 Micro-adjust aluminum buckles


Ultra Grip soleUltra grippy rubber compound soles provide maximum traction while hiking or walking.


  • Ability Level: Advanced-Expert More 
  • Ski Boot Flex: Very Stiff
  • Flex Index: 130
  • Forefoot Width: 97 mm
  • Boot Sole Type: Alpine DIN (ISO 5355)
  • Includes Tech Fittings: No
  • Number of Buckles: 4
  • Ski Awards: Ski Magazine Gold Medal Gear
  • Warranty: 1 Year

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