The Black Ops variety is Rossignol’s huge emphasis this period, and also every version we evaluated has extremely satisfied. The Sender Ti is the front runner of the array, yet the Black Ops Sender is available in ₤65 less expensive, without titanal beam of light as well as dramatically lighter.
This design additionally preserves the ‘air idea’ building (the honeycombed nose) so cherished of the Soul 7 as well as comparable Rossi skis.
These building and construction components (plus the rate) probably make the Sender much more easily accessible than the Ti variation, and also although both skis would certainly deserve the Freeride Ski of the Year, this borders it.
The Sender is naturally a touch much more poppy than it’s stiffer Ti sibling, yet it’s likewise much more flexible, a little smoother in cruddy snow and also a little bit extra enjoyable. The air pointer aids in making it very manoeuvrable as well as dynamic, while the ‘Line Control Technology’ includes torsional rigidity making it much more lively and also receptive to differing stress on the brink.
All this amounts to an unbelievably self-confidence motivating ski; it desires you to set out large open turns, and also while it can string with each other limited turns without trouble, it appears to prompt you to ski faster!
This ski and also its Ti brother or sister praise each various other completely and also either might be group victors, yet the Black Ops Sender simply takes the crown with a number of brilliant tweaks that make a near-perfect freeride ski obtainable to simple people.