Rossignol Sick Bird, Dirty Bird and Powder Bird

Rossignol Sick Bird, Dirty Bird and Powder Bird

Hassman, Alex
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For this season, Rossignol has combined new technology with previous ski designs to create possibly their best telemark ski yet. The Sick Bird sports an overall fatter profile, 128-98-121, with 30 degrees of sidecut. In addition, they have stiffened up the construction and added a full twin tip. The result is a fat ski that does everything from ripping down third gully at Big Sky on a powder day, to stompin' big air, to carving the groomers.

If the big mountain free ride ski is too much, Rossi offers two skis in the mid-fat category for this winter: the Dirty Bird at 116-78-105 and the Powder Bird at 120-83-110. Both skis are at home on-piste or off. With the narrower profiles these birds shine in the trees, bumps, and the "lower" mountains of the world.




Alex Hassman is a four-year veteran of the U.S. Telemark Free Skiing Series, with an overall rank of second place for the last two years. In 2005 he won Bridger Bowl's Skin to Win ski mountaineering contest and took second at the Moonlight Basin Headwaters Spring Runoff. Alex is sponsored by Rossignol and Cloudveil.
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