With a tagline All in. Full gas. Built for those that are never not sending. Big line missions. Resort stomp sessions. Any conditions. Gravity first.” it’s hard to believe that the Rossignol Black Ops Sender TI isn’t Logan Pehota’s pro model ski. We caught up with the Pemberton BC-based 25 year old to see how he liked skiing the Sender TI’s and if their claim to fame held true.

Black Ops planted or upside down, this ski is happy to do both. Photo by Blake Jorgenson

THE SHORT: Rossignol Blackops SENDER TI

Conditions you used the ski in?
All mountain conditions

Best used for?
Good for everything kind of ski

Avoid in these conditions if possible?
Avalanche chunder

Best huck on your “Sender Ti’s?”
Too many to think of just one

Rossignol Black Ops Sender TI + Logan Pehota

THE LONG: Rossignol Black Ops SENDER TI

It was my first year riding the Sender Ti last season. I had been on the Squad 7’s for the last handful of years and to come over to the Sender was a nice change, it was like a remastered Squad 7 and it really opened up my eyes to look at terrain differently. It was a bit shorter which made it more of a maneuverable ski compared to what I was used to, so it made filming pillows and tree skiing a whole lot easier.

Logan Pehota is sponsored by Redbull, Rossignol, Oakley, Leki, Backcountry Motorsports, Thule. Logan was also on the latest cover of SBC Skier, snag one.