2021 Rossignol Blackops Blazer

Ski Stats

Sidecut 131/98/121
Radius 16m @ 170cm
Lengths 160,170
Weight 1900g @ 170cm
MSRP $800
Tester: Jill Beers The Blackops Blazer is one the most fun and dependable skis I’ve skied. This ski can handle any terrain and conditions I’m thrown while ripping around my home resort of Alta, Utah. From railing turns on hard-packed corduroy during chilly early mornings, to cutting through the afternoon crud post-pow day, this ski proves to be an extremely stable yet playful option. The 98mm waist makes it my ideal one-quiver ski for West coast shredding, but I was equally impressed with how it handled when I took it to the East coast for a week. This Blazer has come a long way from when I was able to help out during early testing a few years back and has since become the perfect ski for all the lady shredders that want an all-mountain charger to take them from bell to bell.

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