Rossignol Experience 88

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What Rossignol say:

The Rossignol Experience 88 ski is the most versatile one-ski-quiver Rossignol has ever built. With the heart of a high-performance carving machine and a freeride touch and feel, it is one of the strongest do-it-all skis on the market. The turn shape has a round feel with tons of grip but you never feel locked into the turn and have easy ability to change your trajectory and speed at anytime. Traditional camber underfoot delivers power, energy and edge grip with rockered tip and tail that dramatically improves the turn initiation and flotation in any condition. This new breed of all-mountain ski is perfectly balanced for ripping rail-to-rail on the groomers and with its wide waist it maneuvers through powder and crud with amazing ease.
 

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Summary: Unisex All Mountain Cruising Skis | 2012 Season | 88mm underfoot | Flat Tailshape

Length(cm)Tip(mm)Mid(mm)Tail(mm)Radius(m)
162 135 88 124
170 135 88 124
178 135 88 124
186 135 88 124

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