Rossignol Strato 70 TLD TI
Released February, 2010
The Pros:Excellent on-piste skis, design focused on carving ability. Smash through crud and glide over small obstacles. Great floatation over deep powder.
The Cons:Don't handle well off-piste or in the park.
The Rossignol Strato 70 TLD TI is a high-end frontside carving ski similar to the Rossignol Strato 7 Limited Carbon. The main improvements that the Strato 70 TLD TI boasts over the Strato 7 Limited Carbon are an Independent Pressuring System and Titanal reinforcement.
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Otherwise, the two skis sport the same basic features, including an Oversize construction and a < 70 mm sidecut.
The Strato 70 TLD TI's Independent Pressuring System features independent left/right pressure applications, optimizing power transmission from the user's feet to the ski's edges for improved cornering. Its two sheets of Titanal reinforcement provide the Strato 70 TLD TI with added stiffness for more aggressive advanced-level skiers. Additionally, the Strato 70 TLD TI's Oversize construction offers improved maneuverability and stronger edging by way of deeper sidecuts and a wider waist.
- Sizes: 155, 160, 165, 170, 175
- < 70 mm sidecut
- Independent Pressuring System
- Oversize construction
- Titanal reinforcement
- Sandwich construction with a wood core and fibro/metal structure
- AXIUM 120S TPI2 binding
- Designed for expert and advanced intermediate skiers
User Reviews (1)
excellent on-piste skis, design focused on carving ability
smash through crud and glide over small obstacles
great floatation over deep powder
chatter is minimal to non-existent in any conditions
heavy landings are solid and stable
durably built with Titanal reinforcement, will last a long time
don't handle well off-piste or in the park
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