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The Rossignol Temptation 88 are aimed at expert and professional female skiers who combine powerful on-piste turning with the option to ride on variable terrain too, as we found on test in Kuhtai, Austria.

rossignol temptation
Level
Expert
Terrain
All Mountain
Best for
Expert all-mountain skiers who like to rip around the pistes and power through the powder.
Price
£525
lengths
154, 162, 170
Type
Ski
Off-piste
7
Low speed
6
Value
7
On-piste
7
High speed
8
Overall Score
7

Billed as the ultimate all-mountain machine for expert skiers, the Temptation 88 demands strong technique, power and agility to get the most out of them.

They are designed to handle everything from piste to powder, with the ability to carve smooth turns on groomed slopes and have enough to deal with an epic powder day.

One of our testers found them a challenge. 'Difficult in short turns and I felt like I was fighting them. They're stable and grip well when you lay them over though.'

'Not very lively, but powerful and solid,' was another comment.

One of the features of this ski is the specially designed 'Air Tip', which aids the swing weight of the skis and can make them easier to turn.

The lightweight wood core helps to reduce the effort levels whilst the traditional camber underfoot means they produce a carve turn with excellent grip at all times...

...providing you have the ability to use them.

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