The 80 Ti is part of Salomon's new XDR range, which is aimed at skiers who spend most of their time on groomed slopes but still want the option to play when the snow is fresh or gets choppy.
The series also comes in widths of 78mm, 79, 84 and 88, so as you might expect the 80 Ti are biased more towards the piste than their two wider cousins.
They're pretty nimble for an 80mm width ski and fun to carve out longer turns when you just want to enjoy the ride.
Under the hood there's a sheet of titanal for when you want to pile on the power and a proprietary weave of carbon and flax fibres that are designed to add stiffness and smooth out the ride - all the while keeping the weight down.
The 80 Ti are a little bouncy when the snow gets chopped up and that feeling increases the further you stray from the piste boundary.
At 80mm in the waist they are never going to provide huge amounts of float in soft, deep snow, but their low-weight design does help and they remain easy to turn.
The 80 Ti covers most of the bases without being spectacular in any way - nice, easy, good recreational skis and we're sure they will prove to be a commercial success for Salomon!