182cm Rossignol Blackops Holyshred w/ 22 Designs Inserts (Used)
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We've gotten a lot of testers and contributors on these skis over the past few years, and it's pretty rare we hear something that's not sparkling about them. Shaped like a mix of a powder ski and a park ski, this 98-mm waisted ski is built and ready for anything. Unchanged except for the name and graphic for 2021, the Holyshred takes over where the Blackops 98 left off. Built with a wood core, rubber inserts in the tips and tails, and a metal plate underfoot, the skis have all you need for all-mountain fun with a freestyle spirit. That's mostly due to the flexible shovels and tails as well as the twin-tip shape. Rarely in the park, I found a nifty use for the twin tips in the woods, as you can do a basic 3-point turn to get you going in the right direction if you get going too fast-that's why I love them, but park skiers as well as powder hounds will love the turned-up tail for playfulness's sake, keeping them in line with what you're supposed to do on a twin tip. The rubberized tips and tails make for a pretty quiet and stable ski-impressive for something not really designed for hard charging in the crud and off-piste. Not the lightest out there, the Holyshred has a substantial feel to it, so don't mistake it for just a light and quick jib stick.
Inserted twice for 22 Designs Bindings, however it appears inserts were not done professionally and seem a little subpar.
Condition: Skis are in good working order, See pictures for more details.
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