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Rossignol Avenger 82 TI Tpi2 Skis w/ Axial2 120 Bindings

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  • All Mountain
  • Conventional
Ability Level: Intermediate-Advanced
Rocker Type:
  • Camber
Construction: Sandwich
Core Material:
  • Composite
  • Fibro/Metal Wood
  • Sintered
Din Range: 3.5-12
Brake Width:
  • 85mm
Manufacturer Warranty:
  • 2 Year

Description: Rossignol Avenger 82 TI Tpi2 Skis w/ Axial2 120 Bindings

The Avenger 82 Ti is an aggressive and versatile all-mountain/on-trail ski. PowerTurn 100% traditional camber profile provides maximized power, energy and performance while carving strong turns. The classic sandwich construction with vertical sidewalls has two layers of titanium for added stability, improved snow contact and a solid damp feel. With an all-mountain tip and wider waist, the 82 Ti rails on hardpack while still displaying the all-mountain versatility to blast through any snow condition. The Avenger 82 Ti is the ultimate all-mountain carver with rock solid stability and edging power for hard charging technical skiers. 80% Frontside / 20% Backside

Key Features of the Rossignol Avenger 82 TI Tpi2 Skis w/ Axial2 120 Bindings:
  • Structure IPS CONCAVE
  • Reinforcement TITANAL
  • Rocker height HIGH
  • Rocker length 1
  • Profile sidecut OVERSIZE
  • System TPI2
  • Tip protector INOX 2 PIECES

Avenger 82 Ti

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Sandor C on Jan 17, 2014
nicholas m on Nov 1, 2013
Does this pckg come with rail mounted or open faced w mounting template?
stuart on Feb 16, 2014
Best Answer: Mince came with rail mounted exactly shown in the figure at
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With 5'7" and 200lb what length you would suggest?
mtip80 on Aug 11, 2014
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