2022-2023 Rossignol Sender 106 Ti Plus

Ski: 2022-2023 Rossignol Sender 106 Ti Plus, 187 cm

Available Lengths: 180, 187, 194 cm

Blister’s Measured Tip-to-Tail Length (straight-tape pull): 186.3 cm

Stated Weight Per Ski: 2200 grams

Blister’s Measured Weight per Ski: 2138 & 2172 grams

Stated Dimensions: 138-106-128 mm

Blister’s Measured Dimensions: 137.3-104.1-127.7 mm

Stated Sidecut Radius (187 cm): 21 meters

Measured Tip & Tail Splay (ski decambered): 55 mm / 18 mm

Measured Traditional Camber Underfoot: 6 mm

Core Materials: poplar + titanal (partial layer) + “Air Tip” + “Damp Tech” inserts + carbon, basalt, & fiberglass laminate

Factory Recommended Mount Point:

  • “Progressive”: -5.9 cm / 87.6 cm from tail
  • “Recommended”: -7.9 cm / 85.6 cm from tail
  • “Directional”: -9.9 cm 83.6 cm from tail
Drew Kelly reviews the Rossignol Sender 106 Ti Plus for BLISTER.
Rossignol Sender 106 Ti Plus - 22/23 Top Sheet
Review Navigation:  Specs //  First Look //  Rocker Pics

[Editor’s Note: In the interest of getting you information sooner on some of the products we’re reviewing, we’re posting here some of our measured specs and manufacturer details, and will update in the future. Take a look, and let us know in the Comments Section below what questions you’d like us to answer.]

What Rossignol says about the Sender 106 Ti Plus

“Powder days, big lines and spring ripping. The new Sender 106 Ti Plus responds with a full-gas, full send attitude in all conditions. It combines a balanced and eco responsible PEFC Poplar wood core with a Ti Beam energized by our CAM and Double LCT for a ride that holds its course in all terrain and any speed. A Free Rocker profile, dampening tech and Air Tip technology offer the playfulness required to go all in, anywhere, anytime.”

For more on the new Sender series, check out our Blister Summit video with Rossignol (the discussion of the Sender series starts around 3:08)

Flex Pattern

Here’s how we’d characterize the flex pattern of the Sender 106 Ti Plus:

Tips: 7
Shovels: 6.5-7.5
In Front of Toe Piece: 7.5-10
Underfoot: 10
Behind the Heel Piece: 10-9
Tails: 9

The flex pattern of the Sender 106 Ti Plus feels nearly identical to that of the Sender 104 Ti.

Stay Tuned…

A few of our reviewers spent time on the new Sender 106 Ti Plus at this year’s Blister Summit, and we just received our pair at HQ, so we’ll be spending more time on it this Fall when Colorado resorts begin to open. Keep an eye out for updates, and let us know of any questions you have.

2022-2023 Rossignol Sender 106 Ti Plus, BLISTER
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4 comments on “2022-2023 Rossignol Sender 106 Ti Plus”

  1. Hi… would be really helpful to know what the “plus” is in reference to with the ski, as compared to the other skis in the line. I know it is an early look, but an explanation of unique design features/intended purpose would be great to see. The Sender line has a lot of different versions and it’s not always clear what separates one from another. Thanks.

    • Hey Borg,

      The “Plus” in this ski’s name refers to the Ti Plus Beam in its core. “Plus” essentially means that it has a heftier layer of titanal than the Sender 104 Ti and Sender 94 Ti. The 106 Ti Plus also has a poplar wood core versus a Pawlonia wood core in the Sender 104 Ti and 94 Ti, along with some other smaller differences in construction, refer to the “Core Materials” section of this post and our Sender 104 Ti post.

      Expect us to update this post with more information in the future, and you can also check out this write-up that Luke did about the updated Sender series: https://blisterreview.com/industry-news/rossignol-announces-22-23-sender-rallybird-skis-hi-speed-boots

    • Yeah… Are you planning a full review of these? I feel like this is a good one for the hard charging folks that also want a more progressive mount.

      Do they truly have no speed limit? Are they damp or just really stiff? Would love to know.

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