Rossignol Phantom SC-80 – Alpine Skis: Reviews
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EVERY RESORT, EVERY RUN
Good for All Mountain
Rossi bills the Phantom as a 60 percent off-piste ski. So we were a little nervous taking it out on early-morning boilerplate at Taos. But even though this shark-nosed and fairly straight ski is silky and light, it doesn’t flinch on edge. Like the Salomon, it’s less of a carving ski than a fall-line-powder seeker, making it an ideal choice for advanced riders who like to ski it all: trees, bumps, and steeps. 122/80/109; binding included; rossignol.com