Rossignol Sickle

$700.00
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Description

My all-mountain ski needs to keep me occupied until the park gets slipped after an 8-inch storm. For that reason, two skis really grab my attention: Icelantic’s Nomad RKR and Rossi’s Sickle. Both have similar dimensions and shapes. Because of the camber underfoot and more aggressive rocker in the Nomad, the ski is snappy and quick edge-to-edge. The Sickle, on the other hand, features zero camber, a mini-cap sandwich construction of wood and fiberglass, and understated rocker in the tip and tail. The design creates a damp ski that engenders a more flowy approach to skiing, both in and out of the park. - Will Eginton

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Description My all-mountain ski needs to keep me occupied until the park gets slipped after an 8-inch storm. For that reason, two skis really grab my attention: Icelantic’s Nomad RKR and Rossi’s Sickle. Both have similar dimensions and shapes. Because of the camber underfoot and more aggressive rocker in the Nomad, the ski is snappy and quick edge-to-edge. The Sickle, on the other hand, features zero camber, a mini-cap sandwich construction of wood and fiberglass, and understated rocker in the tip and tail. The design creates a damp ski that engenders a more flowy approach to skiing, both in and out of the park. - Will Eginton
Manufacturer Rossignol
Dimensions 141-111-134mm
Style All-Mountain
Gender Mens, Womens