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Ski Boots Rossignol Comp J3 Orange

SKI boot COMP J3 ORANGE for junior ROSSIGNOL

It is the most widespread model for juniors.

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€24.00

3 Items

€24.00

Product Description

Ski boots ROSSIGNOL COMP J3 ORANGE is lightweight, comfortable and precise, it is the reference for the young skiers.

Size 18.5 to 22.5 (mondopoint), the boot has 3 hooks, it is the model COMP J3.

Size 23.5 to 26.5 (mondopoint), the shoe has 4 hooks, it is the model COMP J4.

Product features :

- Level : Intermediate - Confirmed,

- Shoe Style : Performance - Pleasure,

- Chausson thermoformable : No,

- Bootie removable : Yes

- Buckles : 3 or 4 hooks,

- Flex : 50,

- Micrometric adjustment : No,

- Macro setting : No.

Delivery

  • DPD Livraison à domicile sur rendez-vous

    Delivery scheduled between the 07/08/2020 and 07/10/2020

Technical specifications

  • Collection Winter 2009
  • Genre Junior
  • Level Intermédiaire - Confirmé
  • Shoe Style Performance - Plaisir
  • Chausson thermoformable Non
  • Bootie removable Oui
  • Buckles 3 or 4 hooks
  • Flex Fifty
  • Micrometric adjustment non

Feedbacks

2.3 / 5
Sur 3 avis

Melody L. Le 08/02/2020

Chaussures très bonne mais une attache était cassée dommage.

Veronique T. Le 16/11/2018

Chaussures conformes à la description mais mouillées à l'intérieur quand je les ai reçues.

Eric S. Le 09/04/2018

chaussures de ski pour enfant en bonne état. ..chausson correct. A part les talonnettes usées. .Sinon content de mon achat.

The Brand ROSSIGNOL

It was in 1907 that is based the French company ROSSIGNOL, which will specialise in the manufacture of equipment for winter sports. Its creator, who is a carpenter and a lover of skiing, will develop its first model of wooden skis. The 30s will see the practice of the ski spread in particular by the arrival of new technologies that the brand brings an undeniable added value. The year 1937 marks a new turning point in the history of the manufacturer, since it is thanks to his skis Olympic 41 that the skier Emile Allais became world champion.