Rossignol Sender 94 Ti Skis · 2023
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The Rossignol Sender 94 Ti skis are for the aggressive skier who wants to go fast, turn hard, hit jumps, and tackle any part of the mountain. I skied with these for two days and I was so impressed by their responsiveness in moguls and bumpy snow. I skied a run with great snow and big unorganized moguls probably 10 times with these, and not once did I feel out of control or uncomfortable. I could go fast and hard but also stop on a dime and carve my way around huge moguls with such ease. I also hit the same jump about 10 times on the same run and the landings, no matter how hard, never threw this ski off. There was not one moments where I felt uncomfortable on these skis. They were so versatile and more than handles every part of the mountain.
- These skis were out of this world when it comes to turn ease.
- So versatile. They handled any type of skiing I threw at them. Jumps, carving, moguls, ETC.
- Very stable ski. No worries about losing control.
- If speed is a goal -- and I mean fast fast -- these won't beat some other thinner skis when it comes to straight-line speed.
The true all mountain freeride ski. When fresh tracks beckon, the new Sender 94 Ti delivers a blend of lightweight agility and damp downhill performance to set you free to explore and ride inbounds and out. Its light swing weight courtesy of our iconic Air Tip technology keeps it playful while the lightweight paulownia wood core keeps your mind open to skin track and boot pack possibilities.
Rossignol built the perfect one-ski quiver weapon with the Sender 94ti. It's wide enough and has enough tip rocker that it floats nicely in deeper snow but narrow enough where it's perfectly at-home on-piste. The titanal reinforcement underfoot gives this ski great grip on groomers and icy conditions too. An advanced-to-expert level skier won't be able to find any conditions at a resort that this ski won't handle and that's what makes it such a versatile ski.
- The perfect "one-ski quiver" ski
- Very versatile, it floats well in deeper snow but also rips down the groomers and handles chop and crud incredibly well
- Comes in a wide-range of sizes making it suitable for almost any size advanced-to-expert level skier
- A skier looking for a dedicated powder ski should look for a wider ski like the Rossignol Sender 104
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