2025 Rossignol HERO Master LT GS Skis
2025 Rossignol HERO Master LT GS Skis
2025 Rossignol HERO Master LT GS Skis

2025 Rossignol HERO Master LT GS Skis

Racer Price Regular price $1,300.00 Sale price $910.00 Save 30%

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FIS Race Ski Sizing Guidelines

FIS regulations change frequently, so it is best to consult with your coach or local ski expert before making a final purchase. Please see the current FIS Specifications for Competition Equipment and USSA/FIS Equipment Rules for specific age and circuit rules.

NON-FIS Race Ski Sizing Guidelines

There are varying opinions on how to best size skis, but the most accurate method to size race skis is based on the athlete's weight. The chart below recommends what size should work best for young athletes using one pair of skis for both events and athletes using Slalom (SL) and Giant Slalom (GS) specific skis. If an older athlete is using one pair for both events, it is best to choose an SL ski that is one size longer than the ideal SL length. A long SL ski will still work for SL and be very serviceable for GS. These are loose guidelines, and you should consult your local coach or ski expert for more specific recommendations.

Racer Weight
Racer Weight
Multi-Event (MTE)
Ski Length (cm)
Slalom (SL)
Ski Length (cm)
Giant Slalom (GS)
Ski Length (cm)
40-50 18-23 100-110
50-60 23-27 110-120
60-70 27-32 120-130 120-130 130-140
70-80 32-36 130-140 125-130 135-145
80-90 36-41 130-140 140-150
90-100 41-45 135-145 145-155
100-110 45-50 140-150 150-165
110-120 50-54 145-155 160-175
120-130 54-59 150-160 170-180
130-140 59-63 150-160 175-185
140-150 63-68 155-165 180+
150+ 68+ 155-165 180+

Sizing Considerations:

  1. Consult FIS, USSA, and other level appropriate regulations.
    Click here for 2024 USSA/FIS Equipment Rules
  2. Racer's ability level and preference - more advanced skiers can generally handle longer length skis which can be more stable at higher speeds.
  3. Growth of the athlete - you may want to consider sizing up a little if you want to get multiple years out of a younger racer's skis, although most coaches agree that skiing on a slightly shorter ski the second year is preferable to skiing on a ski that is too long.
  4. Coach's recommendations.
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Description & Features

The industry's benchmark for all on-piste skis. The Hero Master LT is designed by World Cup racing engineers, for those who want the most technical top-level WC construction, with a more "fun" radius than FIS rules. The Master LT boasts the same innovative construction as our WC FIS GS skis, but with a tighter, but still long turn GS type of turn shape. The sidecut is matched by size, to choose the weapon of your choice for fast early morning carve sessions. Prop Tech Technology in the forebody brings precision, balance and enhances transfer of power to optimize grip and stability.


  • Master's Giant Slalom Race Ski
  • Line Control Technology (LCT)
  • Cascade Tip Technology
  • Ash Wood core
  • Full Titanal Layer
  • Rectangular full sidewall
  • Full Camber Rocker
  • Race stock base with race grind (Sintered UHD)
  • R22 Plate
  • Recommended Binding (sold separately): Look SPX 15 Rockerace or Look SPX 12 Rockerace

Rossignol HERO Master Long Turn (LT) Ski Specs

NORM Size (cm) Side Cut (mm) Radius (m)
Master's GS 183 115 / 71 / 96 21
Master's GS 179 115 / 70 / 97 19
Master's GS 173 115 / 70 / 98 17
Master's GS 169 115 / 70 / 98 15

Technical Info


An evolution of World Cup racing innovation, Rossignol’s patented new LCT construction harnesses pure power and energy, delivering fluid stability in all conditions. Featuring a central “power rail” integrated from tip-to-tail, LCT eliminates counter-flexing of the ski to ensure consistently smooth stability and dynamic control of your line.

Cascade Tip Technology

This specific tip construction involves stepping the end-points of the top two layers, one metal and the other fiberglass. The objective is to reduce tip inertia and weight, giving a ski that is livelier and more receptive. This construction also delivers better torsional control of the tip, for more effective grip and very high precision in turns. Liveliness, Grip, Precision, Adaptability.


TITANAL laminates optimize dampness, stability, and torsional rigidity for maximum power, precision, and downhill performance.


RECTANGULAR SIDEWALL constructions feature a horizontal layering of core materials (wood, fiberglass, metal, etc.) combined with full-length vertical sidewalls to deliver optimized edge grip, precision, balance, and power.


WOOD CORES are dense, durable, and heavy, providing optimized dampness (vibration removal) and stability.