Rossignol PRIMACY 18/19 - Snowboard Boots - Men's

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Use: snowboard



  • Season: 2018/2019
  • Discipline: all mountain
  • Flex index: 9/10


  • Ortholite
  • BOA®


  • Thermoformable inner boot
  • Unibody shell construction
  • Dual Zone BOA® laces
  • BOA® H3 Coiler™
  • Internal 3 point harness
  • 3D Moulded tongue


  • Synthetic leather and mesh upper
  • Outsole: Recycled rubber
  • Midsole: Double density moulded Ortholite®
  • Midsole: EVA

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ORTHOLITE®: Engineered from open cell polyurethane, Ortholite soles retain 95% of their cushioning after one year of use, whereas ordinary soles lose 70% of their cushioning over the same time period.

The Ortholite® sole is lightweight and breathable. The air circulates, to help evacuate heat and moisture to keep the feet dry. The environmentally-friendly biocide treatment is antimicrobial and creates a healthier environment for the feet. The advantages of Ortholite® Open-Cell Technology are:

  • Durable cushioning
  • Moisture management
  • High level of breathability
  • Easy to wash
  • Antimicrobial
  • Lightweight


BOA®: A revolutionary system that ensures personalised comfort with precise and even fastening, reducing pressure points. Precise button for an optimal fit and for adjusting with a single hand. A fastening system that repels water, mud and ice.





EVA: The moulded EVA foam insert is particularly flexible. It helps improve shock absorption and lightness.


FLEX INDEX: The flex is the boot's flexibility index. The greater the flex, the more rigid and reactive the boot. On the contrary, a soft flex will be more tolerant and comfortable. The flex of your boot is chosen in relation to your skiing level as well as size.


Men's Flex Index:

  • Flex from 60 to 70: beginner to intermediate
  • Flex from 80 to 110: intermediate to advanced
  • Flex above 120: expert

Women's Flex Index:

  • Flex from 50 to 70: beginner to intermediate
  • Flex from 80 to 90: intermediate to advanced
  • Flex from 100 to 110: expert

Important: A flex that is too rigid for the average skier will impede progression. For a heavy and powerful skier, it is essential to increase the flex.