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A full rocker camber profile makes the Scimitar Ski as loose and maneuverable as a park and pipe ski could possibly be.  Rossignol extended the sidecut of this freeride ski past the contact points of the tip and tail rocker so you can dive deep into a turn and still find all the hold you need at steep edge angles. And should it dump a few feet of freshness on your home resort, the 122mm tip width helps this ski get on top of all that powder so you won't have to sacrifice lift laps in order to run home for your fat skis.

  • Spin Turn rocker profile is a full rocker shape with no camber underfoot
  • Full rocker shape helps the ski float through deep snow, makes the ski more playful and loose, and gives elite and intermediate skiers a highly maneuverable platform for the park
  • At its core, this ski features lively wood for pop and fiberglass and laminate that work with the strong mini cap sandwich construction in order to ensure a highly durable chassis
  • Mini Cap Sandwich construction uses 30-degree inclined sidewalls to improve transmission of power to the edges, reduce overall ski weight, and enhance durability
  • 122mm tip is fat enough to help this ski plane to the top of deep snow and plow through choppy conditions
  • Jib Tip is a rounder than traditional tip shapes in order to ease the transition off jumps and in the halfpipe
  • Extended sidecut continues beyond the contact point where the tip and tail rocker start in order to provide maximum edge hold at high speed and high edge angles and to enable a loose feel at lower speeds and lower edge angles
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Hi there, I'm looking for a solid all...

Hi there, I'm looking for a solid all mountain ski to accompany my 4frnt CRJs and my Rossi Phantoms. I use my CRJs for any day where there's over 6" of fresh and my Rossi's on the icey days. I ski at Wolf Creek so I can usally find some pow stashes in the trees and lots of untouched at Alberta. I'm looking for a ski that I can use to hike up to all the techy areas. I also want the ski to be able to play around at the mountain late and early season. Ive been looking at the Prophet 90, Salomon Rocker 2 90, Moment PB&J, Rossi Scimitar,and the Moment Tahoe. Im a 155lbs. 6' teenager advanced skier. I want the waist width to be anywhere from 102mm to 90mm and the length anywhere from 175-182. Just trying to find the right amount of playfulness around the resort and the right amount of stability in the hike to terrain. Thanks for the advice!