First Judas Priest disappeared from the jukebox at the pub, and then Rossignol introduced the Soul 7 "All Mountain" ski. WHERE IS ALL THE METAL GOING???
O.k. I understand why "Screaming for Vengeance" disappeared, but I question the direction Rossignol seems to be heading with a metal-free "All-Mountain" ski. How will such a ski perform in the myriad of conditions found on large mountains, especially chopped crud. Composite technology may match the torsional stability of metal sheets, but how will they account for the mass and momentum that the metal provides? Thoughts?