Rossignol Black Ops 98 Ski - Womens

Rossignol Black Ops 98 Ski - Womens
Rossignol Black Ops 98 Ski - Womens
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Black Ops 98 Ski - Womens by Rossignol
Head to the resort with confidence because you are toting along the Rossignol Black Ops 98 Ski. This ski boasts a frontside-friendly 98mm waist and Rocker camber rocker profile. These two combine to go quickly edge to edge, provide impressive grip on firm pack, float through deep snow, and turn on a dime. To back this up a women's specific flex keeps things stable and reliable at high speed thanks to stiffness underfoot but opens up a world of butters and tight control thanks to softer tips and tails. This combination of attributes places these sticks as Rossignol's most capable in bounds freestyle ski made specifically for women.

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SKU: ROS00GJ
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