Rossignol RipChick

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Rossignol Rip Chick Telemark Ski No BindingsWomen skiers seeking out the back bowls and glades at their local mountains will love the Rossignol Rip Chick Nordic Adventure Ski. Big thrill seekers hungry for the great outdoors demand tough, attractive and exceptionally high performance equipment they can rely on when far away from civilization. The Rip Chick uses Rossignols new Shark Nose technology. An aluminum insert integrated into the tip of the ski increases torsional rigidity for more control at high speeds. This allows the ski to push through inconsistent snow without being deflected. A bit lighter and softer flexing than its unisex counterpart, the Powder Bird, the Rip Chick will have the most appeal to women who seek out powder stashes both on and off the resort. FeaturesSidecut 120-83-110Radius Not specifiedStructure Free DualtecShark NoseShockwalls70 Off-piste, 30 piste.

- US Outdoor Store

Women free-heel skiers seeking out the back bowls and glades at their local mountains will like the versatility of Rossignol's Rip Chick telemark ski. With Rossignol's Shark Nose tip and a slightly raised tail the Rip Chick skis well in powder and will still have the positive edge hold needed for a long on-piste GS carve. The slightly raised tail of the Rip Chick makes it easy to get on and off your edges, so you can quickly get out of trouble when you find a gully or an unfriendly glade. The Shark Tip nose helps the ski tips stay up in powder without making you drive from the backseat. With a 120/83/110mm sidecut, the Rip Chick skis make carving turns on-piste and in variable backcountry conditions easy.

- Backcountry.com

Rossignol RipChick

Discontinued

The RipChick has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$199.95 - $299.98

The Rossignol RipChick is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen June 10, 2011 at US Outdoor Store.

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