The Temptation 88 is No Longer in ProductionAs an all-mountain ski, the Rossignol Temptation 88's inclination leans heavily towards carving groomers and general on-piste performance. Our testers have a lot of fun making tight, peppy turns while skiing hard pack and groomed runs on this ski. That is why it wins our Top Pick Award for best carving performance. The Temptation 88 is extremely stable at speed and very damp, giving us the confidence to go fast. These skis can handle themselves in most conditions, from variable ice and crust to chopped up chalk. They fell short when we took them out on a powder day, but do provide some float with their wide 135mm tips.
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