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Pack Ski Rossignol Bandit SC 74 W + Fastenings Saphir 90 TPI2 Blue

PACK SKI BANDIT SC 74 W + FASTENINGS SAPHIR 90 TPI2 BLUE woman of the brand ROSSIGNOL.

An all-mountain ski for a start in the fresh snow.

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Product Description

Offering a great liveliness on the track, check out the PACK SKI BANDIT SC 74 W + FASTENINGS SAPHIR 90 TPI2 BLUE woman of the brand ROSSIGNOL. Thanks to its skis are versatile, enjoy the pleasure of gliding in the powdery snow ! Very easy, go to the track by off-track and grow confidently. Stable and eye-catching, double rocker allows you to float easily and increase stability.

The fastenings SAPHIR 90 TPI2 is a lightweight, offer an engaging easy. They are designed specifically for women skiers.

Product features :

- Level : beginner - intermediate

- Program : all-mountain

- Ribs : (1m54) 114-74-104

- Radius : (1m54) 12 m

- Rocker : double

- Camber : traditional

- Construction : FIT

- Core : wood

- Comes with ski bindings SAPHIR 90 TPI2

Delivery

  • DPD Livraison à domicile sur rendez-vous

    Delivery scheduled between the 05/27/2020 and 05/29/2020

Technical specifications

Characteristics

  • Accessibility
  • Track
  • Powder

Dimension lines

  • Heel 104
  • Skating 74
  • Spatula 114

Rocker

Double

Cambre

Traditionnel
  • Collection Two thousand ten
  • Genre Femme
  • Level Débutant - Intermédiaire
  • Program All Mountain
  • Type of Ski Polyvalent
  • Size 154
  • Spatula 114
  • Skating 74
  • Heel 104
  • Radius 12
  • Rocker Double
  • Cambre Traditionnel
  • Kernel Wood

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Audrey B. Le 16/01/2019

Encore mieux que ce qui était prévu dans la description du produit.

The Brand ROSSIGNOL

It was in 1907 that is based the French company ROSSIGNOL, which will specialise in the manufacture of equipment for winter sports. Its creator, who is a carpenter and a lover of skiing, will develop its first model of wooden skis. The 30s will see the practice of the ski spread in particular by the arrival of new technologies that the brand brings an undeniable added value. The year 1937 marks a new turning point in the history of the manufacturer, since it is thanks to his skis Olympic 41 that the skier Emile Allais became world champion.