Rossignol Black Ops Sender TI
Based on 10 reviews
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- Great for freestyle skiing
- No metal in construction
- Good for park and ride switch and side hits
- 105 underfoot
- Highly playful ski
I didn't love how weird they were in the few powder days I got on them (too much camber, not wide enough underfoot, big flat tail). I demo'd a pair of K2 Mindbenders last year which were fun and playful and easy to do short turns on while on groomers, but felt really unstable at speed in choppy snow. I'm pretty sure I like beefy skis more than playful ones. Looking at the Rossignol Sender TI 180cm and the Enforcer 104 currently.
1 year ago
Sender vs Holyshred?
It's more of a freestyle ski and doesn't have any metal in it's construction. If you like to hit park or ride switch or play around on jumps and side hits, it's probably the better choice. The Black Ops Sender (now just called the Sender 104 Ti) has a flat tail and is 104mm underfoot.
7 months ago
[Aug 27, 2021] Weekly Discussion: Ask your gear, travel, conditions and other ski-related questions
Atomic Skis I rented: 164cm, 100mm to 128mm, 16M turn, 1600 grams w.o binding (twin tip). (unsure if the weights on EVO are accurate). Rossignol Black Ops seem like a really good all around ski with a good, short turning radius while still being wide enough for powder.
2 years ago
Advice: New skis, Female, 5'7", 110Ib
Buy them at the height of your forehead. For lighter build skiers (my boys) the Rossi smash or sassy (now black ops) has exceeded my expectations in a no metal do everything ski. They are both cheap and well built.
2 years ago
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