Rossignol Pure Pro 100 ski boot review, 2017/2018 women's All-Mountain Category, from our equipment experts at Bootfitters.com powered by Masterfit.

Testers say the 2018 Rossignol Pure Pro 100 runs a bit on the roomy side of the medium-fit group with plenty of room at the forefoot and in the toebox, especially in length. If there's a ski boot you might go down a size in (for those on the cusp), Pure Pro 100 is worth trying. The ankle and heel are snug enough, but slender feet would probably do better in Rossignol's Pure Elite (the narrow version). "The liner makes this boot just so comfortable," said Tischendorf. Pure Pro 100's furry calf is open enough for thicker legs, according to the test team.

Testers put the stance a touch on the upright side, which they liked for a long leg and no quad burn, but a few mentioned they wanted a heel lift to help get out over the front of the boot. The 100 flex was on target, perhaps even a little stronger, with a nice progressive feel on the leg during flexion. "Don't let the cushy, fluffy look fool you, it's solid performing in a competitive category," remarked Goldsmith. Side to side moves were rewarded with solid, stable edge power, testers agreed.