Rossignol Alltrack Pro 130 ski boot review, 2017/2018 men's Freeride Category, from our equipment experts at Bootfitters.com powered by Masterfit.

Smooth, AWD, SUV style, all-terrain utility is what testers appreciate about the Rossignol Alltrack Pro 130. The ski boot may not be the quickest off the start or through the corners, but it might just be the easiest of the group to put on and go skiing, slaying all in its path, with little adjustment to technique or line selection. "Quick in the trees and powerful on the groomers," said Coulter. "Excellent balance and feel." Damp, forgiving and plenty strong, testers can't deny that the Rossignol Alltrack Pro 130 goes everywhere and does everything.

The Alltrack Pro 130 trends to the roomy side of the width group but without feeling sloppy or poorly shaped. Testers say the roomy toebox and forefoot tapers back to the heel and ankle pocket nicely and Alltrack Pro's transition from the instep up through the lower leg and calf is anatomically seamless and well contoured. "Buckle it up and go get it!" recommends Korman. "This is a real boot with some added features." Testers reported that Rossignol Alltrack Pro 130's hike mode range of motion is limited when released, but that it locks down tight for solid descending.