Rossignol Black Ops 98

Rossignol Black Ops 98
Category: Offpist / Freeride
Level: Advanced
Brand: Rossignol
Modelyear: 2020
Sizes: 162,172,182,192 cm
Manufacturers description
The perfect platform. A progressive all-mountain gunner. Stomp and smear. Arc and carve. Boost and blast. Grease your ‘stache. This is the do-it-all, legit quiver-killing, weapon-of-one designed for givin ‘er hell all over the hill.

(Official information from Rossignol)


What do you think about Rossignol Black Ops 98?
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Freeride
18/09/2019
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About the ski: We have tested Rossignol Black Ops 98 which is coming for the 2019/2020 season. The ski came last winter but was then limited and driven in principle by Rossignol's sponsored riders. The design is still secret, the waist measures 98 mm and the length (182 and 192 cm in men, 162 and 172 cm in women) is the only thing that has been revealed…. cliffhanger or PR trick? Anyway: Jacob Wester goes skiing and likes them sharply. A backcountry, jib-ski that should work great to ride with, recommended with a little more (but not quite) center-mounted binding.

Olle: - Not so much rocker on it, you have to push for it to swing and then reminiscent of real pistol shots. At the same time jiggly and soft front and back, playful after all. It works well outside, but you have to work a little more outside. A good ski for a park rider who will cross over and go freeride-off piste. I would like to ride this more really, think it has more to give than I get out of it. Is therefore a bit stingy with the grade now. Rating 3.

Max: - It was an adventure! Not so used to riding such a mid-mounted ski, strange first ride then I got more into it. You arrive on the ski and you are therefore easier to turn. But a ski is difficult to judge. A stiff ski that you still want to play on, you pull out to the edges and want to jump. A cool ski. Rating 4.

CROSS RATE: 3.5

Model year: 2020
Freeskier
18/09/2019
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Rossignol Black Ops 98 will go on sale in the 2019/2020 season. The ski came last winter but was then limited and driven in principle by Rossignol's sponsored riders. The design is still secret, the waist measures 98 mm and the length (182 and 192 cm in men, 162 and 172 cm in women) is the only thing that has been revealed…. cliffhanger or PR trick? Anyway: Jacob Wester goes skiing and likes them sharply. A backcountry, jib-ski that should work great to ride with, recommended with a little more (but not quite) center-mounted binding. Here you see what Freeride's own test riders liked about skiing (sometimes we regret that we not only brought measuring tape and scales to the test in Vemdalen…)
Even without all specifications, Freeskier's testers were able to rank Rossignol Black Ops 98 2020 at the top of their class for stability, good performance in variable snow conditions and high speed as well as a ski that pallets a large and heavy landing. If you are a Rossignol fan then you just have to cheer about this addition, some secrets are worth keeping. Quote from Freeskier: “Fun to go again from Rossignol and feel the latest developments with the Black Ops series. The ski stumps landings and cuts through the powder and drives just as well. A "daily driver" for the more air-oriented free skiers. "
Rating: 8.83

Model year: 2020