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Blackops 118 Ski - 2024

5 out of 5 stars
3 Reviews
Current price: $552.47 Original price: $849.95
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Why We Like The Rossignol Blackops 118 Ski

We didn't think you blend surfy with powerful until we rode the Rossignol Blackops 118 Ski. The rocker profile offers lots of float and forgiveness to encourage big tricks in deep snow. Meanwhile, the stiff construction and dialed dimensions ensure we can step on the gas to get out of a sticky situation when we need to. There is a reason some of the most talented riders in the game have been skiing these for almost a decade.


  • Freestyle-minded skis that don't shy away from anything
  • 118 waist width is stable and floaty for the deepest snow
  • Long turn radius encourages high-speed control and reliability
  • Rocker in the tip and tail offers float and freestyle forgiveness
  • Camber underfoot provides stiffness, pop, and power at all times
  • Poplar core is responsive, durable, and lightweight
  • Sandwich construction offers torsional rigidity and power
  • Sintered bases skip effortlessly across long flat areas
  • Item #ROSZ7GC
176cm, 186cm
[186cm] 146 / 118 / 141mm
Turn Radius
[186cm] 25m
rocker / camber / rocker
twin tip
Claimed Weight
[pair, 186cm] 11lb 4oz (5100g)
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year
powder skiing, freestyle skiing, all-mountain skiing

Overall Rating

5 based on 3 ratings

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5 out of 5 stars

February 6, 2023

Amazing Ski

I got these from a Level 1 film tour raffel. Rossignol was kind enough to swap them out for a ski in my size. Shout out to the Rossi Reps. I've been riding on the Black ops 118s with Marker squire bindings. So far I am in love with these skis. So much so that I haven't even ridden on my 2022 Bentchelters this year. The best features of this ski are the fact it can ride on anything. I ride a lot of backcountry and park. Finding a ski that is flexible yet still stiff enough that it doesn't chatter is not very easy. I have been really putting these skis to the test and the performance is unbelievable. With that being said a ski that has unbelievable performance and a sweet top sheet deserves 5 stars. Thanks again for the opportunity to ski on the Black Ops Rossignol.


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5 out of 5 stars

January 2, 2023

Not just a powder ski

I’ve never had a ski that could plow through chop and crud this well. It rips soft to moderate groomers too.


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5 out of 5 stars

December 28, 2022

Ultimate Playful Charger Chop Destroyer

I bought the all black 1st year pair and took a risk (with no reviews or way to demo). Fell in love immediately (mounted 5cm back from true center), and bought a 2nd "backup" pair the next summer because I was worried they'd stop making them. Finally am on that 2nd pair, and still love them to death. Heavy as sh*t, but for anyone who wants to charge in soft snow, it's perfect. They destroy chop like no other ski (especially one this fun). They have no speed limit in chop (5'10 155lbs), let you land ridiculous stuff you shouldn't, carve any decently-soft groomer way too well for their size. So much fun! Perfect ski for me. I take them out if there's any new/soft/spring snow, and have a big quiver. They are more than a dedicated pow ski. For me, the best resort pow ski you can buy. If you want a longer radius, heavy, but more modern mount point ski, and like to charge and play... look no further. Highly recommend mounting 5 back from true center (unless you're spinning and truly skiing switch in pow).


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