Rosignol Bandit B83 – Alpine Skis: Reviews

Nov 1, 2010
Outside Magazine
Rosignol Bandit B83 – Alpine Skis: Reviews

   Photo: Mark Wiens


"An instant charmer," said one tester. "Really versatile and easy to ski." As with the rest of Rossignol's popular B series, the damp feeling can be attributed to an aluminum insert integrated into the tip of the ski, which increases torsional rigidity and helps it plow through crud. New this year: independent binding inserts that allow the toe and heel pieces to move separately, lending the B83s a floatier feel than previous models. 120/83/110;


Bonus: Equally adept at making short- and longer-radius turns.


Bummer: Expert skiers wanted more.


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