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The brother you always wished you had.

Middle children often get overlooked, but the Salomon Rocker2 108 isn't ever going to be content with playing second fiddle to its fatter big brother, the Rocker2 122, or its super-versatile little bro the Rocker2 100. If you have to pick one of them to ski everyday, in power and crud, on groomers and through chop, the 108's the one, with a waist that'll give you more float in powder and an Edgy Monocoque cap construction that provides plenty of edging power while keeping the swing weight down, the nimbleness up, and the fun factor through the roof. The 108 is built with the same Twin Rocker—camber underfoot, rocker in the tip and tail—as its siblings, which gives it the ability to edge powerfully when you lay it over and float, surf, and pivot through powder if you edge a little less aggressively.

In addition to being rockered, the tip features a honeycomb construction to reduce vibration and swing weight, and is tapered to make it easy to carve big, loose powder turns. The tail boasts the same tapered shape, giving the ski a five-point sidecut that's super fun in any depth of soft snow and smooth and predictable in chop and on hardpack. Salomon also stopped the edges at the widest parts of the tip and tail, so there won't be any unexpected catching when you're mobbing through day-old chop at 50mph. Ride it once, and you'll realize that sometimes middle children really are the most fun.

  • Twin Rocker (rockered tip and tail, low camber underfoot)
  • Full wood core
  • Edgy Monocoque cap construction
  • Honeycomb tip
  • Hook-Free Taper five-point sidecut
  • Edge-Free Extremities

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4 5

The Spring Slayer

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I've taken these sticks through various conditions. They shine in powder, but lose some of their brightness when the conditions turn hard. Don't expect much confidence when ice catches you by surprise, as these skis have a tendency to get a tad too unstable over the slick stuff. But in spring-time slush or a decent dumping of pow, these skis kill it. I mounted +1 from recommended to create a more even swing weight, allowing that hook-free taper construction work its magic--especially on butters.

5 5

Turned me into a new skier!

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Love these stix. I decided on them after demo vs. the Soul7 in 180cm. The Rocker2's in 182cm ski shorter, but nothing like the Soul7's. I wish I would have tried the soul in a 188cm, but that seemed ridiculous! The Salomons are like 4WD compared to my kendos. Not as precise or damp, but forgiving and not bothered by what your going through, very consistent overall. They could be a bit damper, but that may take away from some of the forgiveness.

I don't ski switch and found the mount point fine for harder snow, great in the bumps. In softer snow(heavy) it does seem to put me a bit out the front and make the tips feel quite soft. I need more time in varied conditions to decide if i'm going to remount at -1.

Paired them up with FKS 120's.