Rossignol is back with the Scratch models, the Black-Ops and the 7 series in the freeride category featuring fresh technology to enhance performance.
Now redesigned from tip to tail with a new reinforced 3D structure in the tip, carbon alloy matrix for shock-absorption and stability, a lightweight wood core, and rocker for effortless turning
Super 7 HD
Turning Radius: 21m
Weight: 4.2 kg/pair
The Black Ops is the Rossi ski I've been waiting for. Solid underfoot, maneuverable, and full of pop despite being pretty hefty, these skis are not to be taken lightly. Currently only produced in the 186 length, these Rossi's are just enough ski for me. They hold a suprising edge on groomers…
Characteristics: Poppy, Fun, playful.
(Note: We've seen a fair few delams underfoot on these.)
The legendary, competition-level twin, the SCRATCH features a modern rocker profile and flex for progressive freestyle performance. The athlete-approved, pipe and park-ready construction…
Characteristics: Flexy, Low Swing Weight, Cheap
The SCRATCH PRO is an all-mountain twin for young, aspiring freeskiers. Featuring the same Mini Cap wood core construction as the athlete-approved, competition-level Scratch, the SCRATCH PRO features traditional camber for confident e…