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You moved to Montana at the start of the winter, specifically to get out and explore the rugged Beartooths, and bought the Rossignol BC 110 Positrack Ski to be the steed that gets you around. Every time you try and head into the mountains, though, you're accosted by a crazy hermit with a long beard and his wolf-dog, who bare teeth and wave guns in your face until you're forced to turn around and go somewhere else. Luckily, the BC 110 is incredibly versatile, thanks to its waxless Positrack base that eliminates the need for skins while maintaining excellent glide, and a Wood-Air core that minimizes weight. Activ Cap construction utilizes flexible RossiCap technology to increase float and performance in uneven snow, and sandwiches it in a multi-directional fiberglass laminate for torsional stiffness when you're pushing the BC 110 downhill with a half-wild canine tearing at your tails.

The BC 110 isn't designed to be some fat powder-crusher like a lot of the so-called touring skis out there, but still features tech that'll make deepish days fun, like a slightly rockered tip and wide sidecut designed to keep you stable in soft and variable conditions. It can also hold its own on harder snow, thanks to full-length metal edges and a taller camber profile that combine to make short work of chop and windslab. If only they could find a way around that aggro-hermit and his devil beast.

  • Waxless Positrack base
  • Activ Cap construction
  • Wood-air core
  • Traditional camber with subtle tip rocker
  • Wide sidecut and a taller camber profile
  • Full-length metal edges

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