Rossignol S86 Freeride (2011)

Rossignol calls its mashup of rockered ends and underfoot camber AmpTek, and of the Rossis we tested, the S86 is the narrowest to employ it. The concept works well, providing carving power and edge grip on groomers while also offering the skid and smear traits necessary for strong off-piste performance. From Mad River trees to A-Basin bumps, the S86 will be a friendly, nimble ride that also carves medium turns on groomed snow exceptionally well. “Three words,” said one tester: “Buy this ski.”
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Rossignol calls its mashup of rockered ends and underfoot camber AmpTek, and of the Rossis we tested, the S86 is the narrowest to employ it. The concept works well, providing carving power and edge grip on groomers while also offering the skid and smear traits necessary for strong off-piste performance. From Mad River trees to A-Basin bumps, the S86 will be a friendly, nimble ride that also carves medium turns on groomed snow exceptionally well. “Three words,” said one tester: “Buy this ski.”
Rossignol S86 Freeride

Rating: / 5
Price: $800.00
Year: 2011
Level: 2
Gender: Male
Waist Width:
Tip/Tail/Waist: 130/86.5/116
Lengths: 154,162,170,1788,186

Stability at speed: 3.81 / 5
Hard snow performance: 3.30 / 5
Crud performance: 3.67 / 5
Flotation: 2.98 / 5
Forgiveness: 3.50 / 5