Lange RX 110 W LV ski boot review, 2017/2018 women's All-Mountain Category, from our equipment experts at Bootfitters.com powered by Masterfit.

"Like cornering in a Ferrari," one tester said of the Lange RX 110 W LV—quick and aggressive with no play in the steering column. Across the board, testers commented on how snappy and reactive RX 110 W LV felt edge to edge and how firm but elastic the flex feel was. "I love it! So solid underfoot," said Elling. Both of these characteristics can be attributed to Lange's new Dual Core bi-density plastic injection technology found in the RX (and RS) boots this year, which creates an elastic tension within the plastic's shell wall itself.

Testers instantly noticed the new liner construction in this year's RX 110 W LV—almost like a foam-injected liner, some said—firmer where it counted (heel and ankles), but softer in areas where some cushioning is nice (at the forefoot and over the top of the instep). "F'n spot on!" said Goldsmith. "Who needs a fitter with this kind of out-of-box perfection?" They said the liner's rear control zone was almost too tight initially but felt those areas auto-molded with some wear time; they all agreed that the snug fit there was perfect for the category.