Perfectly located in the middle of the range of the parabolic Rossignol backcountry skis, the BC 90 Positrack, as well as being fun, has a remarkable versatility.
Designed to have the greatest possible versatility, the Excursion 88 Crown is perfect for a use without any constraints and on all types of terrains suitable for backcountry skiing.
Located right in the middle of the Madshus range, today the Epoch 68 is one of the most versatile skis for use on all terrains with remarkable comfort in descent.
A ski for a sport that is in full bloom, “Freeride” backcountry skiing, the BC 110 Positrack nevertheless keeps a greater versatility than the skis in the category above.
A model that is particularly well thought-out for backcountry skiing beginners, the Madshus Eon 62 is a perfect compromise for learning the many facets of backcountry skiing with ease.
A wide and well-shaped ski whose design is clearly tailored to descents in backcountry skiing. The Annum 78 has been adapted for downhill Telemark skiing whilst still preserving the comfort levels of a gradual and smooth tip.
A ski built with the idea of the ideal compromise in mind, the BC 70 Positrack is at home on all terrains devoted to “traditional” backcountry skiing and allows a few fancies in the process.