Rossignol Temptation 88 Alpine Skis

Oct 30, 2012
Outside Magazine

   Photo: Rossignol


We aggressively drove the 88 on hardpack, letting the wide tip pull us across the fall line. There’s a noticeable lack of chatter for a ski that is by no means lacking in energy. When we eased off the gas, the rocker was more noticeable, allowing leisurely turns and enhanced float. But make no mistake: with an 88-millimeter waist, it’s as frontside-worthy as any of the carvers we tested, and all abilities will enjoy the lively ride. Load the tail with energy when you want a springy return. 135/88/124

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