Rossignol Avenger 72
Released January, 2009
The Pros:Run fairly light, won't pull down on your legs on the lift. Just stiff enough to stay stable on a faster run, no chatter. Glide smoothly over rough patches.
The Cons:Directional design doesn't work for switching or reverse skiing.
The Avenger 72 is a men's ski from Rossignol's All-Mountain lineup. The ski is designed for advanced skiers that require stability and manueverability and is recommended for use at medium speeds on all types of terrain.
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It features an oversize design with a larger tip and tail for improved power control and edge grip. The ski also has Twin Pulsion Integral 2 (TPI2) technology making it easy to set all boot sizes. The Avenger 72 includes a wood/basalt core and has an H-shape construction with composite fiber reinforcements for strength and flexibility. It also has an internal Vibration Absorbing System for absorbing impact and vibrations on the slopes. The ski comes with Axium 110 bindings and has a suggested retail price of $700.
- Twin Pulsion Integral 2 Technology
- Wood / Basalt Core
- Oversize Design
- Rectangular Sandwich Construction
- H-Shape Construction
- Internal VAS Vibration Absorbing System
- 80% Frontside / 20% Backside
- Sizes: 154, 162, 170, 176
- Sidecut: 121/72/100
- Radius: 16.4m (170)
- Includes Axium 110 Binding
User Reviews (2)
run fairly light, won't pull down on your legs on the lift
just stiff enough to stay stable on a faster run, no chatter
glide smoothly over rough patches
great maneuverability, easy to make quick and sharp turns
versatile enough to be taken all over the mountain on groomers and reasonable off-piste conditions
great flotation, sails over powder while still offering sharp cornering
directional design doesn't work for switching or reverse skiing
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