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Rossignol Phantom SC80 Skis

Rossignol Phantom SC80 Skis
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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 and explore every inch of the mountain. A Full wood core with titanium laminates let you really use these sticks to their full potential, no matter if it's an icy chute or a fluffy tree line. You'll be able to trek through 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
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.
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October 23, 2011

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Will the xellium 100l bindings work with these skis?
A shopper on Jan 27, 2014
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I am looking for a good/inexpensive set of bindings for these. Any recommendations?
Dan A on Dec 28, 2013
Best Answer: 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.
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