Rossignol Childrens X-1 JR T4 JR Mono XC Ski Boot - 17/18 Model


Rossignol Children's X-1 JR T4 JR Mono XC Ski Boot - 17/18 Model


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The X1 JR is a warm, easy-to-use junior boot for the youngest nordic skiers. The enhanced junior fit provides better foot wrapping / suppoprt for increased comfort and warmth and allows a more natural foot roll.

  • One pair of children's cross country ski boots
  • Natural foot roll for fun, easy and comfortable introduction to nordic skiing
  • Lacing system
  • PVC heel
  • PVC lower
  • Pull loop at ankle for easy entry and exit
  • Suggested use: Recreational

Product Features:

Sole T4 JR mono
Weight 1 lb. 7 oz. (size 33)
Upper PVC
Size / Weight Kids'

Style Number: SKIRIEW600-320, SKIRIEW600000330, SKIRIEW600000340, SKIRIEW600000350, SKIRIEW600000360, SKIRIEW600000370

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An icon of the past and a symbol of the present, Rossignol® lives for the mountains. Under the technology beats a heart. To most, the mountains are a part of the environment. For Rossignol, the mountains are the blood that flows in their veins.

Designing and manufacturing Skis, Bindings, Ski boots (Alpine and Nordic), Snowboards, Technical Equipment and developing Soft goods Collections for all seasons, Rossignol has been a leader in the industry for 100+ years starting in 1907 when carpenter Abel Rossignol, a very committed skier, made his first skis out of solid wood.

Rossignol skis rose to fame through generations of legendary Champions including Emile Allais, Jean Vuarnet, and Alberto Tomba or more recently Alpine skiers Bode Miller and Pernilla Wiberg, Vincent Vittoz in Nordic, Doriane Vidal and Mathieu Crepel in snowboard and Candide Thovex in freestyle.

From solid wood skis to the Radical Mutix, the first customizable high performance ski, Rossignol's history can be traced through legendary innovations and skis like the Olympic 41, Strato, Rock 550, ST Competition, SM Competition, Equipe 4S, Excess Dualtec, 9X Oversize and Radical Mutix.