Rossignol Classic 80 Ti - Alpine Skis: Reviews

Nov 1, 2010
Outside Magazine
Rossignol Classic  80 Ti - Alpine Skis: Reviews

   Photo: Shana Novak

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Last year's Gear of the Year award winner comes back this season with an updated look, but the same explosive turn shape and no-nonsense edge hold. Essentially a World Cup race ski—wood core and sandwich construction—with a bit more girth, the Classic 80 is still the most approachable high-end ski on the market and a great choice for anyone who wants to take his carving more seriously. "Tremendous power; endless grip; pure carve," said one tester. "I felt comfortable jamming big edge angles at top speed on these," said another. 124/80/112; binding included;

Filed To: Men's, Alpine Skis

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