2022 Rossignol Blackops W Blazer

Ski Stats

Sidecut 131/98/121
Radius 17m @ 170cm
Lengths 160,170
Weight 1900g @ 170cm
MSRP $800
The best All-Mountain West skis have the capacity to grip hard snow and pounce off the soft stuff, all on the same run.  The Rossignol Blackops W Blazer gets its gripping power from a Titanal beam underfoot, which helps the entire ski stay in contact with a firm surface.  The poppy spring off the bottom of a powder turn comes from a high camber line and reactive Diago fibers that run in a crosshatch pattern from tip to tail. Making powder skiing easier by deploying a high, spring-loaded arch underfoot has been a Rossignol trademark since it introduced the first 7 series. Fans of the insanely successful Soul 7 will rediscover in the Blackops W Blazer the same load-and-release effortlessness that makes deep powder skiing feel as natural as walking.

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