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The Rossignol Unique 6 performed well in our 2013 on snow ski test in Austria and was a top 5 ski in the on-piste category. Great for zipping around the groomed slopes or hitting the bumps, they would suit a good skier who likes good performance all-round.

Level
Advanced, Intermediate
Terrain
Piste
Best for
Speedy on-piste carving and short radius turns. Would suit and advanced skier looking for a performance ski that's not too demanding.
Price
£440.00
lengths
142, 149, 156, 163
Type
Ski
Off-piste
5
Low speed
8
On-piste
8
High speed
8
Overall Score
8

Another favourite women’s ski on our 2013 ski test, the Rossignol Unique 6 is a solid, stable and reliable on-piste ski for good recreational to advanced skiers.

Its tip rocker and solid side-wall construction makes it both easy to turn and stable when pressuring the edge when carving on groomed snow. It’s pretty versatile around the pistes and suitable for bump skiing too, although not really designed for taking into the deeper stuff off-piste.

The Unique 6 handles both short and long radius turns well and deals with high speeds without getting too ‘flappy’.

It would definitely suit someone looking to enjoy the pistes and improve their ‘carving’ performance right up to a more expert level skier who wants something that provides confidence in all on-piste conditions and speeds.

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