Rossignol Temptation 82 Skis - Women's 2013: The little sister of the Temptation 88, the Rossignol Temptation 82 Skis are a slightly less adventurous version better suited to life on the groomed. This ski will still do it all, relying on Rossignol’s combination of Auto Turn Rocker, Extended Sidecut and Cascade Tip to create one of the most versatile all-mountain carving machine available. Auto Turn Rocker gives you traditional camber over 70% of the ski’s length plus low rocker at the tip and tail, resulting in edgehold and stability with easy turn initiation and speed control in any snow conditions.
Cascade Tip This specific tip construction involves stepping the end-points of the top two layers, one metal and the other fiberglass. This construction delivers better torsional control of the tip, for more effective grip and very high precision in turns.
Auto Turn Rocker 70% traditional camber in the center of the ski delivers power and edge hold. 30% rocker at the tip and tail for easy steering, speed control and versatility in all snow types.
Sandwich Laminate construction provides ultimate stability, power, and durability. Traditional sidewalls apply direct pressure to the edges for increased precision and edging power.
Extended Sidecut Extending the sidecut far into the tip means that the ski can be in contact with the snow along its full length when the skier is angulated and at high speeds. At lower speeds, rotation becomes easier.
14 m @ 168 cm, 132/82/120 (all sizes)
We recommend a brake width that is equal to the ski waist width and at most 15 mm wider.
BINDINGS NOT INCLUDED.
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Comments about Rossignol Temptation 82 Skis - Women's 2013:
I've taken these skis out a few times in different conditions and have been very impressed with their performance in all of it. They are a joy to carve with, and very strong on moguls. They also did well in deep powder, though I'll admit my other skis are terrible in powder and just about anything would impress me. I have no problems with them so far, except that the somewhat bland color scheme makes them hard to spot when I rack them while I eat.