Rossignol Temptation 74 Ski System with Bindings (Women's)

Rossignol Temptation 74 Ski System with Bindings (Women's) -

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    Style: RR209EB

    If you haven't been able to break through to the next level, the Rossignol Temptation 74 Ski System will help you do it. This ski is nice and forgiving so it's easy to turn and control. The tip is rockered up out of the snow to make turn initiation and linking turns easier. When you get the Temptation 74 to carve you'll find that it's stable, smooth, and definitely fun. This is a confidence-building ski that will get you off the greens and exploring the whole mountain.


    • Design: All-Mountain
    • Ski Dimensions: 120-74-110
    • Turn Radius: 15.2m
    • Camber: Auto Turn Rocker 30% rocker/ 70% traditional camber blend
    • Binding: Saphir 100 binding included


    • Forgiving flex for beginner and intermediate riders
    • Rockered tip and tail for easy turn initiation and transitions
    • Extended sidecut encourages easy turns and maintains stable grip
    • Lightweight Cascade tip
    • Cap construction is durable and easy to flex
    • Lightweight wood fiberglass core

    Questions and Answers

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    "I am an intermediate level skier ...could this work?? Or must suggest me a better one?? I do not want a high price..."
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    Question by Taty on 11/1/2012 - 11:32 pm
    "This is a perfect ski for those looking to advance to being an intermediate skier. If you are a comfortable intermediate looking to advance I would recommend the Rossignol S 74 W Skis."
    Answer by Sarah (Peter Glenn Staff) on 11/2/2012 - 1:19 pm
    "I am an advanced skier. I'm going out west and a friend suggested I buy this ski, that it would be good in powder. I skied on it one day in the East on good snow. I had a very hard time skiing on it and didn't enjoy it at all. It did not respond as I am used to and seemed to force me into a different stance which created some pain in my knee. What do you think is going on? "
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    Question by Miss Adventure on 1/16/2013 - 11:57 am
    "If you are going to ski powder, I would recommend a wider ski, so that you will not sink into the snow. A wider ski will help you "float" in the snow and help you make better turns in the powder. I would recommend skis like the Rossignol S3 W Skis or the Rossignol S7 W Skis. You also want to take a good look at your ski boots. They are an essential part of your foundation and if you do not have the correct type of boot of fit, they can dampen any experience, no matter how good your skis are. "
    Answer by Jaime (Peter Glenn Staff) on 1/16/2013 - 12:32 pm
    "I am an intermediate skier and ski mostly on groomed blues and the occasional black. I usually ski about 10 days a year but have recently moved North (previously in Florida) and plan on doing over 20-30 days of skiing during the 2013-2014 season. I have previously always rented skis and this would be my first pair!! :) I am not a speed demon but I don't want to go too slow. I would be skiing on both east and west coast. I am 5'3.5" and 115lbs. I know that these skis are entry-level but for my first pair, I am ok with that; I plan on using these skis for one (or maybe even 2) season(s) and then would upgrade to a more advanced ski. I am trying to decide if I should buy the Rossignol Temptation 74's in 146cm or 156cm. (FYI- I do not have the option of demo-ing.) What length would you suggest? 146cm or 156cm? I know this ski has a slight rocker, so should I go longer? (Unfortunately, I do not know what size skis I previously rented since I just took what the rental shops suggested.) Thank you!!"
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    Question by Christine on 4/4/2013 - 10:17 am
    "You should go with the 146 size. While the longer might be a bit more stable for you, it sounds like you can totally handle the right size for you (which is 146) and will have more fun on the shorter ski."
    Answer by Martha (Peter Glenn Staff) on 4/4/2013 - 12:10 pm
    "I am an intermediate skier; will not advance to blacks due to my age. I am 5'4", weigh 134 lbs., and ski less than 15 days a year. My current rossignols are 10.0 cut skis, probably over 10 years old, and stand about 6 inches over the top of my head. In your store I found that the rossignol s74 skis 154, came to eye level. Would this be the size to buy? Any other suggestions? Thanks."
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    Question by RK on 4/20/2013 - 2:10 pm
    "I would recommend a ski around 152 if you mostly ski groomers. A 156 would work better for all-mountain. So it really depends on what you like to ski. A 154 would be a good compromise if you like both."
    Answer by Sarah (Peter Glenn Staff) on 4/22/2013 - 11:00 am
    "i ski on groomed trails (greens & blues); speed is not my thing...i like to have the shortest ski possible..i am 5'2" 125 lbs....can i go as short as 136cm and is this ski appropriate"
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    Question by jessica on 9/23/2013 - 11:16 am
    "It is personal preference. I'd recommend something around a 141 for you. This ski would help be really fun for what you're looking for!"
    Answer by Sarah (Peter Glenn Staff) on 9/23/2013 - 3:38 pm

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