Rossignol Blackops Sender Ti Ski

Rossignol Blackops Sender Ti Ski
Rossignol Blackops Sender Ti Ski
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Blackops Sender Ti Ski by Rossignol
We were first attracted to the Blackops line when Rossignol rolled out their initial freestyle powder jib ski a few years ago. Now with this midseason release, they have expanded the line to accommodate riders with more of a freeride perspective. The Blackops Sender Ti are beefy sticks that boast all the high-end freestyle control and freedom that has been found in this line for years but offer a slightly more directional feel that some riders prefer. The titanal beam underfoot and durable poplar core provide a gas pedal you can rely on when sending in less than ideal inbounds conditions, so that you never feel like there is a speed limit.

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SKU: ROSZ70M
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