Rossignol Temptation 100 Women’s Skis – 2014/2015 ReviewSeptember 15, 2014
- Very stable
- Playful, fun to ski
- Versatile in lots of different terrain
- Not much to report here, although one tester felt it might be a tad stiff for a women's ski
Rossignol's Temptation 100 received high marks across the board, especially for its stability, carving, and overall responsiveness. This is a strong pick for lift-served skiers coast to coast, and at any hill in-between.
If you were only going to ski one ski this year, the Rossignol Temptation 100 could very well be that ski. Able to set a confident edge in all conditions, it set the standard for all mountain carving ability yet also got high marks for its playfulness and versatility. In the trees this ski is quick with a sweet swingweight that makes it easy to arc. While on the steeps and big groomers it was able to rip at high speeds.
While one tester remarked it felt a tad stiff for a women’s ski, she still rated it here first to second pick in the all mountain category. We recommend this ski for strong intermediate to advanced skiers who want a fun, dependable lift-serve ski they can enjoy for a couple of years.