Side edges and ski base are in immaculate shape.
The Rossignol HERO Elite LT Ti are skis for expert skiers who ride wide turns at high speed. We had a crush on this product (updated skis from a previous range) that adopts new technology this winter, the LCT (Line Control Technology). These skis are softer, more tolerant, especially at the front.
Well-designed and adjusted skis and exciting at many levels. They allow you to go very fast confidently with almost foolproof stability: nothing moves. The front of the ski is glued to the snow, you feel the entire length of the edges, which provides both a feeling of fluidity and unyielding grip.
You quickly slip into carving with these Rossignol HERO Elite LT Ti. As soon as you are on the edges, the skis accelerate like rockets being let loose. Yet you always remain master of the game, they are powerful yet docile. They go easily from carving to skidding turns, releasing the carving grip in an instant. You must of course be a good skier, these aren’t for the faint hearted.
The high speed stability of the Rossignol HERO Elite LT Ti is remarkable and their grip is their other strong point.
They are very good top-of-the-range skis that can be ridden by technical skiers. Sensational yet accessible. For skiers who want to carve on groomed snow and really push their limits.
An evolution of World Cup racing innovation, Rossignol's patented new LCT construction harnesses pure power and energy, delivering fluid stability in all conditions. Featuring a central "power rail" integrated from tip-to-tail, LCT eliminates counter-flexing of the ski to ensure consistently smooth stability and dynamic control of your line.
RECTANGULAR SIDEWALL constructions feature a horizontal layering of core materials (wood, fiberglass, metal, etc.) combined with full-length vertical sidewalls to deliver optimized edge grip, precision, balance, and power.
ON TRAIL ROCKER
Adapted rocker at tip only. For easier pivoting on flat skis with a smooth and forgiving feel in the turns. The rise is designed so that once the ski is on its edge, the rocker section resumes contact with the snow, so then the ski works in the turn providing full-length edge contact.