Rossignol Zenith Z9 ti TPI Oversize


Brand: Rossignol
Modelyear: 2006

What do you think about Rossignol Zenith Z9 ti TPI Oversize?
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Mape
Mape (Guest)
28/01/2008
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Strenghts:
Works very well in speed, good grip stable in long grand slalom turns very good skiing, looking me like pretty good skiers. Even short turns work quite well.
Two seasons in Chamonix and yearly riders are far too little.

Weaknesses:
Not found, however, only tested in the piste.

Summary:
Had these found that I had bought relatively sophisticated ski deals, I did not buy them anywhere.

Riding style: Allround 50-50 Powder Pist Puckel
Length on the ski: 170 cm
Riders weight: 83 kg
Riders length: 178 cm

Pax Engström
Pax Engström (Guest)
07/03/2007
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Strenghts:
Stable speedy ski for piste.
Lättåkt.
Just tolerate everything, it's just your technology that sets the limits.
Taking all the surfaces without any problems, though, it is important to press properly in the turns.

Weaknesses:
Not particularly good for park / skiercross. In the park / skiercross you will probably have to choose another ski run.

Summary:
I was lucky enough to test a couple of brand new now under the sports license. At first it was unexpected to go on them, I was close to getting inside the first day. But after a couple of days of testing of boundaries, I realized that these skis are pallets just about anything. It was just my technique that set the limits. An absolutely wonderful feeling to shine on all the surfaces without losing the grip.
I preferred to go on the hottest places, when the snowy hills that people have raised up easily become obstacles that make you lose the beat.
I highly recommend this ski for those more advanced riders who like to drive fast and controlled.

Riding style: Piste
Length on the ski: 176 cm
Riders weight: 75 kg
Riders length: 192 cm

rossnicke
31/03/2006
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Strenghts:
Have owned these wonderful skis all season now. Easy to drive with good speed stability and damping that is not of this world. Can be carved on all surfaces. Blankis, clumsy nose, broken piles and more. Having done some offpiste tours also works well. It is not possible to go as fast as with my new B3: or. outside but that's not the idea either. Very fun also on cutting shortwave, cord winding. Have gone Z5 also can be added that the attenuation and the ice grip are not the same on it.

Weaknesses:
Has not found anyone yet. Kankse that it snaps a little if you jump but it is not
not the thought of it. Are there better skis for if you want to jump.

Summary:
A very good pistracer that can be carved everywhere and also works a bit outside the pist and there are pillows.
The short length is no problem as it is rugged and slow-moving. The 170 is much more fun and a completely different ski than the 176th. If you do not get 100 knots and weights took a lot, I can recommend shorter than you are used to. Did not try the Z9 without oversize but would think it cuts through easier when it's loose.

Riding style: Piste-powder
Length on the ski: 170 cm
Riders weight: 85 kg
Riders length: 190 cm

Hajski
26/10/2005
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Strenghts:
Tried the skis in melting, heavy spring snow in Italy in Easter 2005. Because they respond so easily to my movements it was easy to get on, you did not get stuck in the otherwise heavy snow. Also good grip on the early morning ice. The few times I found light untouched snow, the wide front side worked well, "surfed" smoothly.
I used a pair of Head Monster in the same week and they felt like heavy barges in comparison to the sensitive Rossignolen.

Weaknesses:
Can I not find someone, maybe they did not work painlessly in a new crowd.
But what ski does it do?

Summary:
Completely satisfied, there is an opportunity, so I choose the same ski again.

Riding style: Skierx (but most piss this time)
Length on the ski: 176 cm
Riders weight: 95 kg
Riders length: 190 cm

edgeman
16/09/2005
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Strenghts:
Easy-going skis that are amazing in short range and actually quite Ok in long range, not quite different Salomon Streetracer 8 but with much more "schvung" from the turn. Speed ​​Stable.

Weaknesses:
Tongue! Not ideal for long turns and totally worthless to jump with. Not goodbye in the offpiste but okay.

Summary:
A fun ski that is quite "overall"

Riding style: Ski / powder
Length on the ski: 170 cm
Riders weight: 65 kg
Riders length: 165 cm