Rossignol Zenith Z10 Mutix

Rossignol Zenith Z10 Mutix
Category: Piste
Level: Advanced
Brand: Rossignol
Modelyear: 2009
Measure (Tip/Waist/Tail): 127/75/108 mm Turning radius: 13.50 m (170 cm)
Sizes: 162,170,176 cm
(Official information from Rossignol)

What do you think about Rossignol Zenith Z10 Mutix?
2 reviews
Jojje Eriksson
Jojje Eriksson (Guest)
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Stiff and respond well in piste.
Works both for town and long turn.
Adjustable arms.

A bit too stiff and clumsy in loose snow. (Works fairly outside the piste, but wears badly when it gets really soft.)
Pretty heavy.

Compelled in the teens, but now over 20 years later it will only be 15-20 days a year. Enjoy high speed in the piste, but also to be outside if it makes sense before. (Just giving off-piste for the sake of the sake I've stopped.) Over the years, the weight has also increased, which means that I often get on pretty tight skis.

I have driven the skis for just over a season in Åre, Kittelfjäll and St. Anton.

Have tested with both arms, but do not think the difference is huge. Like the straight arms and full speed in the piste. Really a ski to rely on even when you press the ice piste. Even in soft and uneasy piste it goes steadily.
In spite of oversize, I think the ski wears a bit too bad if it's soft outside the piste. It also feels a bit clumsy when you're out of the piste. In the piste I think it feels good and good, just pushing. Drive both long and short turns and think it responds well to both.
Would say that it works for those who lay the biggest part of the piste and want something to lean against when they go on. If you expect to spend most of the time outside the piste, you should look at another ski run.
Pist - 4, close to 5.
Off piste mixed - 3
Off pist loosnö - 2
Total - 4 (because I'm about 70-80% in the piste)

Length on the ski: 176 cm
Riders weight: 100 kg
Riders length: 186 cm

Albin Pettersson Bråthe
Albin Pettersson Bråthe (Guest)
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Piste, fine cut. Nice ice grip.

A little too speckled for my style. I live up that the arms on the skis flatter at higher speeds, but it may be because I only had the opportunity to test them softer the arms. It may happen, or it may be that the hard ones are better.

Quite alright, but nothing I would buy. I am 16 years old and travel about 20 days a year. I have driven the skis 2 days in Hemsedal. I drove both at 170 and 176 but I find that 170 is too slow and it has a little bit of power and speed. I would recommend a longer model if you're on this ski. But my favorite is the CX 80, which I think is almost perfect.

Riding style: Pist and untouched piste
Riders weight: 70 kg
Riders length: 185 cm