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Rossignol Phantom SC80 Skis

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  • All Mountain
  • Powder
  • Twin Tip
Ability Level: Intermediate-Advanced
Rocker Type:
  • Camber
  • Sandwich
Core Material:
  • Wood
  • Polar Core
  • Sintered
  • R 7200 Graphite Base
Recommended Use:
  • Skiing
Manufacturer Warranty:
  • 1 Year

Description: Rossignol Phantom SC80 Skis

The Rossignol Phantom SC80 Skis are for those guys out there that want to take their skiing to the next level by exploring the peaks, and all the out-of-boundaries on the way. Full wood core with titanium laminates let you really use these these sticks to their full potential, no matter if its an icy chute or a fluffy tree line. You'll be able to trek through some powder with its 80mm waist width but still have a great turning radius and response when carving freshly groomed trails. The Rossignol Phantom SC80 Skis are made to withstand any obstacle you face, making this the perfect all mountain machine.

Key Features of The Rossignol SC80 Skis:
  • Shark Nose
  • 53mm Tip Height
  • 30 Degree Turn Up Tail
  • Sandwich Construction
  • Freeride Laminate Construction
  • ROSSITOP Topsheet
  • 10 Degree ABS Sidewalls
  • Fiberglass - Titanium 2 Layer Laminate
  • Wood - Polar Core
  • R 7200 Graphite Base
  • 50% Piste / 50% On-Piste

Phantom SC80

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  • "Phantom SC 80"

    , new providence, NJ
    Pros: Easy Turn Initiation, Light, Versatile Cons: Not great on ice.,

    I skied the Rossignol SC80 in the 180 length. I used these skis for a full season in many conditions. Very easy to initiate turns. The edge hold is good in all but the firmest conditions. In wet heavy slop they can be a little unsure. Overall not a bad ski but not great. Not great for huge air and not a park ski.

Rossignol Phantom SC80 Skis
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Dan A asked: I am looking for a good/inexpensive set of bindings for these. Any recommendations? Dec 28, 2013
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Paddy OStaff: Daniel,

Binding selection depends on a few other factors beside cost. What is your height/weight? What Skier Type are you (I, II, or III)? Where will you be skiing? What type of skiing will you be doing? etc...

If you can narrow is down I can narrow my search and recommendations.

Get back to me so I can help.
Dec 30, 2013
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Dan A: Thank you for responding. I am 5'11" and weigh about 230. By skier type I assume you are refering to skill level. If that is the case, a couple years ago I was intermediate/advanced and expect to be at the level again shortly after getting on the mountain again. Mostly I do downhill. I aslo enjoy cutting my own trails off course and being able to do some smaller jumps. I have a set of skiboards that I will be using for park style skiing. Any help is most appreciated.

Thanks, Dan Dec 30, 2013
Paddy OStaff: Dan,

It sounds to me that you are in between a Level II and Level III-- A Strong Intermediate

I have always stuck by the adage that a beginner skier wants their ski to stand at chin level or below, intermediate at the nose, and advanced/expert at the eye or above. Bindings should match weight, height, and ability level. I believe that these options will work well for your ability level and the amount of torque you will put on the equipment -- solid hold, great power transfer, lightweight -- (note these skis have a 80mm waist --- 90mm brake will work for binding selection) Dec 31, 2013
Dan A: Thank you for all of your help, Paddy! Dec 31, 2013
A shopper asked: Will the xellium 100l bindings work with these skis? Jan 27, 2014
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