We are used to Blackops skis being beefy, stompable, and freestyle oriented, but the Escaper turns that idea on its head by instead offering a directional shape and lightweight construction that will thrive on skin tracks or the feet of nimble skiers inbounds. The early rise in the tip and low camber in the tail beg you to go fast with control through fresh snow, while the paulownia core and air tip construction make sure your legs aren't dead after just one lap.
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Rossignol Blackops Escaper Ski
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