Entirely hand-crafted by Rossignols’ specialized workers in the Moirans competition workshop in Isère, France, the skis’ construction is directly derived from the competition skis used by Rossignol champions, such as Christoph Innerhofer and Frida Hansdotter. The only difference from the World Cup edition ones is a lighter construction in order to facilitate its use, while nonetheless maintaining exceptional steering, unparalleled precision and enormous grip.
As a giant slalom machine, the skis incorporate the finest technologies developed by the Rossignol Racing department engineers. The side-cut also stems from Rossignol racing skis, with a 13-metre radius and a 157 cm length for women, and a 17-metre radius and 172 cm length for men. The sole of these skis is the same used on Rossignol competition skis in order to ensure maximal slide and enhanced abrasion resistance.
Each pair is individually verified to ensure its suppleness and ideal bend and directly delivered from Rossignol workshops sharpened and waxed, ready to hit the slopes. The skis features a custom made metal diamond-shaped plaque engraved with the two brands’ logos, set with approximately 2 carats of Black diamonds and individually numbered. To complete each individual snow experience, de Grisogono and Rossignol have developed a unique set of accessories including goggles and helmets with a touch of de Grisogono.
The privileged skis’ owners will join an exclusive club of de Grisogono skiers - only numbered at 50 people and are invited to attend one of the World Cup Skiing events.
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