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Rossignol Sickle Skis

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Specs

Type: All Mountain
Shape: Twin Tip
Ability Level: Advanced-Expert
Rocker Type: Rocker
Waist: 111mm
Construction: Sandwich
Core Material: Wood
Base: Sintered
Recommended Use: Skiing
Manufacturer Warranty: 2 Year, With Rossignol Bindings

Description: Rossignol Sickle Skis

The Rossignol Sickle Skis are some sweet back country bombers. These things are banana shaped with a full spin turn rocker, which gives you a surfy, buttered up feel in powder with great float, playful maneuvering and easy directional turning. The Sickles also blast through crud and can rail hardpack too. This freestyle fat tip ski excels in the backcountry and is always ready for a little park action too.

Key Features of Rossignol Sickle Skis:
  • Structure: MINICAP SANDWICH
  • Core: WOOD FIBERGLASS
  • Camber height: REVERSED
  • Rocker height: FULL
  • Camber length: 100%
  • Rocker length: 100%
  • Tip: JIB TIP
  • Sidecut: 141-111-133
  • Profile sidecut: EXTENDED
  • Ski Radius: 21.3m
  • System: OPEN

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Read reviews, and they seem to be the one quiver ski i'm looking for.
Craig M on Mar 4, 2015
Hi
I am 5'7 tall and weigh about 130lb. I am an aggressive skier, like jumping, popping, dropping you name it. im very confident in my ability aswell. I am looking at the rossignol sickle as a do everything ski. I will also be taking them to japan once a year. basically im not sure if I should get the 171cm or the 181?, ive heard they measure a bit shorter than what rossignol says, and the I spose the rocker would make it ski a bit shorter aswell. would love an opinion or someone with experience on these skis. thanks for any help
A shopper on Dec 27, 2014
Best Answer: Hey there!

I always say the more ski the better especially if you are looking for the Sickle to be your deep snow planks. If you are looking to go to Japan and slay the neck deep you'll want the extra surface area. It will be a lot to handle on the groomers or through the chunder on a typical day. Go with what feels right.
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