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The Temptation range from Rossignol is a women's specific ski designed for all mountain riding - but are they tempting enough to buy? Read our review to find out.
Level
Recreational
Terrain
All Mountain
Best for
Versatile all mountain skiing for intermediate and advance women skiers
Price
£365
Season
2016/17
lengths
144, 152, 160, 168
Bindings?
Yes
Versatility
9
Off-piste
8
Value
9
On-piste
9
Performance
9
Overall Score
9

Three models in the Temptation range cover the all-mountain base for Rossignol Skis women specific offering - the 80 being the one in the middle and probably the most versatile.

It feels lightweight on piste, making it easy to turn and highly responsive, the combination of a light wood core and 'Auto Turn Rocker' making it feel like they it is almost doing the work for you.

Having 80mm under the ski boot, means that it can handle a bit of exploration too and providing you're not looking to nail some epic freeride lines, the Temptation will happily take you off-piste in most conditions, including powder.

Because it is light and quick, it isn't adverse to a bit of action in the bumps either and although it is labelled as being suitable for intermediate skiers, the more advanced and experienced riders will find they handle the pace pretty well, even up to instructor level.

The honeycomb tips don't just look pretty. Tried and tested in Rossignol's 7 range of skis, they have found themselves enhancing other models where strength and weight are paramount to performance. The new graphics look both smart and appealing at the same time, not always easily achieved.

For a solid all-mountain, go-anywhere ski that's excellent value for money, you should be tempted to consider the Temptation as an option this winter.