The Rossignol Temptation 84 is a great ski for the intermediate to advanced skier who is looking to improve their game in all aspects of skiing. Auto Turn Rocker basically puts the ski on cruise control for you. Rocker in the tip will start your turns smooth and easy for you, camber underfoot to keep you stable in the middle of your turns, and rocker in the tail will release your skis effortlessly at the end of the turn. The Air Tip makes this a great skiing ski even better by moving the weight of the ski further back, lowering the swing weight and making it more maneuverable. At 84mm at the waist you will have the ability to venture off of the trails on light powder days, push through the crud when it has not snowed in a while, all while being able to make quick tight turns on the groomers. Rossi's Extended Side Cut enables you to ski at ease in both long turns at fast speeds, and short turns at lower speeds by giving you more or less contact depending on how much you angulate your skis. If you want a ski that will be easy to ski, stable at most speeds, on any condition that the slopes will throw at you, the new Rossignol Temptation 84 will not disappoint you.
Auto Turn Rocker
Paulownia Wood Core
Extended Side Cut
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Hi, I'm Emily. Just got off the Rossignol 84 Temptation. Super fun ski. I give this a 4 out of 5 stars. It's great for that intermediate-advanced rider. Someone who likes to go out, cruise, go both fast and slow. Likes any turn you can put it through. Really happy on the corduroy but pretty sure this would be fun with a little bit of powder on the ground as well.
Hi, I'm Jess. I just got off the Rossignol Temptation 84s. I would give these skis a 4.5 out of 5 stars. It was a really great, advanced, advanced-intermediate all the way up to expert ski. It's great with the long turns. It holds an edge really well, that's what it wants to do. But if you want to push it around into short turns, it does very well with that as well. It's got great stability but it's still pretty easy to maneuver. You don't need a ton of weight on this but you do need some speed and some power. So, I'd recommend this for a more advanced level skier.
Hi, I'm Julie. I just got off the Rossignol Temptation 84. I give this ski a 4 out of 5 star rating. I thought it was a good ski for an all-mountain skier especially if you're in a little bit softer conditions. The new AirTip technology is a lot lighter than the skis were previously. It does get really easy to initiate the turn but on the very hardpack, colder conditions that we have today, it got a little bit chattery. So, if you're in to some softer snow, it's really going to be a nice ski.
Hi, this is Linda. I just finished skiing the Rossignol Temptation 84. This is a fun, all-mountain ski. This ski might need a tune. It wasn't really good holding on the hard snow we have today. It's very cold and hard. But if you have softer snow, this would be awesome. The tip is lighter but it's still very stable at speed. Had a great time going around the mountain for advanced-intermediates.
Hi, I'm Lisa. I just skied the Rossignol Temptation 84. I would rate this ski at a 4 out of 5. This ski initiated really nicely. Kind of soft going into the turns and it nicely allowed you to carve. Probably a little bit better in softer or mountain conditions than the hardpack conditions but all in all a pretty good ski.
these skis are quick turning and stable in every condition!
I am an aggressive adventurous skier on and off trail and would recommend them to any woman who is advanced to expert and wants stability without compromising quickness