Rossignol Ravyn - Backcountry Skis: Reviews

Good for Big Mountain
This year's Ravyn received a facelift (new graphics) but otherwise returns unchanged. It remains relatively light for its footprint but still impressed testers with its damp feel and edge-to-edge prowess. "The harder the Ravyn is pushed, the easier it is to ski," said one tester. Only bummer: The (unnecessary) twin tip makes it hard to get a lot of pop out of the tail. 140/110/133, 9.8 lbs;




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