Not everybody is a powder hound. Some people don't care how fat their skis are and don't feel the need to go wide with the times. Rossignol's Hero Elite LT Ti Ski is for those who just want groomer skis that make them go fast. The Power Turn Rocker profile on these racing skis is designed for the explosive power and on-trail precision that non-powder hounds demand. Camber dominates 90% of the length for great edge grip and tip rocker takes care of the rest for easy turn initiation. This ski definitely has ripping on its mind. Poplar wood construction combined with Titanal laminate make for a ski that is damp, stable, and elastic. The power, agility, and playfulness this provides will ensure you enjoy yourself as you lay over on edge for those big turns. Prop Tech--used by Rossignol's World Cup racers--supplies torsional flex to this Titanal laminate for a level of power transfer and control that will have you ripping down the groomers while everyone else is out powder hunting.
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