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Rossignol Men's All Mountain Skis Experience 78 Carbon (Xpress)

Rossignol Men's All Mountain Skis Experience 78 Carbon (Xpress)
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Push your skills. Explore more. The Experience 80 Carbon ski combines the agile feel of a lightweight build with the confident edge control of full sidewall construction for all-resort skiing. Carbon layers and a paulownia wood core reduce overall weight. The confidence-boosting control of our Drive Tip design works with the sidecut and full sidewall construction for smooth turn initiation and a powerful edge through the entire turn.

Fast Engagement, Fluid Carving
All Trail Sidecut delivers a responsive feel with quick edge engagement and powerful, consistent carving

Confident, Vibration-Free Control
Drive Tip Solution blends directional fibers in the tip with soft dampening material through the forebody to absorb vibration for confidence-boosting control

Responsive Stability
Carbon fiber enhances stability, strength, and ski-snow contact while reducing weight

Lightweight Agility
Paulownia wood core reduces ski weight for a balance of weight, power, and maneuverability

Maximum Edge Control
Rectangular Sidewall construction delivers race-proven grip, precision, and power

- Weight: 2.9-3.1-3.2-3.4-3.5-3.6
- Sidecuts dimensions: 125-80-113 (174cm)
- Tip dimensions: 125-125-125-125-125-125
- Waist dimensions: 80-80-80-80-80-80
- Tail dimensions: 113-113-113-113-113-113
- Profile-Rocker: All trail
- Radius: 10-11-13-14-16-18
- Profile-Sidecuts: All trail
- Profile-Construction: Sidewalls
- Material-Core: Paulownia Woodcore
- Material-Reinforcements: Carbon
- Material-Other: Hardtop
- Bindings-System: Xpress

(React/Nova) (Experience) (7 Series)
Beginner Your height - 10 cm Your height - 10 cm Your height - 5 cm
Intermediate Your height - 7 cm Your height - 5 cm Your height
Experienced Your height - 5 cm Your height Your height
Expert Your height Your height + 5 cm Your height + 5 cm

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