The new Temptation series from Rossignol is for ladies that are looking for a ski that can take them anywhere, anytime, any day. The Auto Turn Rocker is seventy percent traditional camber underfoot, with thirty percent rocker in the tip and tail. Camber underfoot gives the skier plenty of rebound and responsiveness on the groomed trails, while the tip rocker helps initiates turns quicker, absorbs the negative energy that a ski gets when powering through crud on the groomers, bumps and help the ski plane to the top of powder when it has been snowing for a few days. An extended sidecut continues past the contact point where the rocker starts. As she speeds up and edge angle increases more of the sidecut is engaged for better grip. At lower speeds and edge angles less of the sidecut is engaged for easier turning and more maneuverability. A cascade tip makes the tip lighter for a lower swing weight making legs less fatigued. The Central sidewall makes the ski more forgiving without sacrificing edge hold. The Temptation 78 is a perfect ski for the athletic novice, the hot shot, lightweight teenager or the terminal intermediate.
Auto Turn Rocker
Central Sidewall Construction
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Hi I'm Julie. I just got off the Rossignol Temptation 78 It's their intermediate ladies ski. It's all Mountain tipped so it's great for versatile riding. It's 78 under the foot so it's a little bit wider if you're getting into a little bit deeper or softer snow. I give 4/5 star rating. It does have a partial sidewall so it's much more stable than the 74 that I rode a few minutes ago. I found that it's a much more versatile ski for that intermediate to advanced lady.
Hi this is Kathleen with the Rossignol Temptation 78. It's one of their upper-level skis for advanced to experts. I found it really nice stable ski and I skied both the groomers and the soft snow. Held up nice under the crud. It's not for you if you like to get aggressive. It can do it but if you like to relax a little. But it's still a really nice ski, it's not gonna bite you. I did short turns and long turns. It was very nice. Maybe if you turned real hard on the hardpacked it's gonna be just a little soft for you. Overall I found it to be a really good ski for that level. It's nice to take just about anywhere.
I'm Lynn, I just skied the Rossignol Temptations 78 ski in a 166 cm length. This ski was great through longer radius turns, very stable, initiated well, went wherever I wanted to go. This is targeting the advanced intermediate to the advanced skier and I would give this ski 4/5 stars. I think you would enjoy it.
A: We never ship any skis with the binding mounted automatically. We do offer an additional binding teching and mounting service but this is only available when you purchase new skis, bindings and boots at the same time.