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Powder's favorite ski.

Salomon's Rocker2 Series has produced some of the most popular powder skis of the last five years, and it doesn't show any signs of letting up. Indeed, this year's Rocker2 122, the fattest in the lineup, thankfully comes back entirely unchanged apart from some shiny new graphics. It's still a pow-guzzling fatty with a 122mm waist, rockered tip and tail, and hook-free five-dimensional sidecut to help you float through the deep like feather on the wind and smear, surf, and slide your turns like you're allergic to carving. The beauty of the Rocker2, though, is its Carve Zone, a section of traditional camber and relatively aggressive sidecut underfoot, so you can rally some groomers back to the base without feeling like a deer on ice and still have that loose, playful feeling in deep snow. 

Sure it's big, but the Rocker2's super nimble for a ski that's almost as wide as your Great-Aunt Gertrude. The full wood core is light and energetic, with honeycomb tips and tails to reduce swing weight and vibration and boost agility, and the edgy monocoque cap construction keeps the ski light and flexible without sacrificing durability. Salomon made sure the extra-wide reinforced edges ended several centimeters short of the tips and tails for a less hooky feel, and laid up some vibration-dampening rubber Pulse Pads over the core for a smooth, silky ride that'll have you hooting and hollering your way down the hill.

  • Twin Rocker (rockered tip and tail, traditional camber underfoot)
  • Full wood core
  • Edgy monocoque cap construction
  • Honeycomb tip and tail
  • Hook-free taper five-point sidecut
  • Edge-free tip and tail
  • Vibration-dampening Pulse Pad
  • Reinforced wide edges

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5 5

One of the most playful/forgiving skis

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I picked up a pair of these at the beginning of this season. I'm 5'10" and about 175 lbs and I ride on the 192's. A lot of people would think that is a way too big of ski but in reality it really isn't. It really depends on the mounting position and your style of skiing. I mounted mine at the progressive line which is +6 of the recommended line. Hence going with the 192 in order to maintain the float. But in doing this I get a lot of playfulness out of the ski and can slash and butter my way around and off anything.

I traded a pair of 195 AK JJ's for these and these are by far a better all around ski. I only mounted +2 on the AK JJ's and I wish I hadn't. It wasn't that they were hard to manage but comparatively the Rocker2's are easier to shut down in tight spaces. They allow you to have multiple turn radius' and float 10x's better than the AK JJ's. Stability and charge-ability would have to go to the AK's but the Rocker2 can hold it's own. Just check out Cody Townsend shred the gnarliest line ever on them.

Overall, Salomon made a great ski that surpassed my expectation. I was very nervous about center mounting them, but now I'm under the impression that all my skis need to be mounted and ski this way.