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Rossi T-Power Saphir 140

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I'm looking at these skis for my little sister, Shes like 5'1 100 pounds. She is an intermediate to advanced skier, mostly on groomed runs as I live in the eastern U.S. They are womens skis, so they are probably easier to flex, but would they still be too stiff?

The reason I'm really interested in these is there is a few for $220 on ebay, still in the wrapper, with rossi saphir 90 bindings.
post #2 of 5
My sister has the same profile as yours. 5'1", 100 lbs., blah,blah,blah. You are correct in believing that the Saphir is stiff. However, my sis has not had any problems with it. It is a solid ski, stable up to about 30 mph. It also can cut both short turns and fairly lond as well. I would recommend going for it. That is a great price.
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Thread Starter 
Also, this is the T-power saphir S, not the cx version I've seen discussed on this board.
post #4 of 5
Oykie,

where can I find info on the Saphir S - it's not in my Rossi brochure or on their website????

What is it?

Thanks,

mxp
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Its last years model. Basically a tuned down womens version of the T-power Viper. I think. Really, I don't know very much, which is why I posted here. [img]smile.gif[/img]
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