Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Glide the day away on forest roads and in untracked glades with the comfort and firm support of the women's Rossignol BC X6 FW cross-country ski boots.

- REI

Don't let the trails confine you this winter - explore the backcountry in these comfortable women's NNN cross-country ski boots. Rugged Cordura exterior provides excellent protection from the weather and abrasion. External cuff gaiters and lace covers keep out snow, ice and moisture. 3MTM ThinsulateTM Insulation delivers outstanding warmth. Reinforced heel gives you exceptional control while descending. Free-hinge cuff with a Velcro-closure power strap gives additional ankle support. Speed-lacing system allows for easy on/off. NNN outsole. Reinforced heel counter for extra lateral support. When heated, the upper can be molded for a custom fit. Exceptional foot and ankle support. Imported.

- L.L.Bean

The new BC X6 FW is a versatile women's backcountry touring boot featuring Cordura lace covers, Thinsulate lining and women-specific fit to provide increased comfort, durability and warmth for backcountry skiers. The free-hinge cuff with velcro powerstrap provides increased stability, power and control. Featuring new external cuff gaiters, ultra-durable Cordura lace covers, Thinsulate lining, and a Thermo-moldable fit, the BC X6 delivers unmatched comfort, durability and warmth for exploring off-trail.

- CampSaver.com

While the women's version hasn't been reviewed yet, there are 2 reviews for other versions of the BC X6. Read all reviews »

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previously retailed for:
$104.93 - $139.95

The Rossignol Women's BC X6 is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen January 21, 2019 at REI.

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