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Rossignol Experience 78 Skis - 8950roexp7813zz-rossignol-skis by Rossignol

Item description: This Hiking Skis product is by Rossignol - Experience more. Rip down groomers, float through powder, dice through the trees on this award-winning new breed of rockered all-mountain skis. Rossignol's unique combination of Auto Turn Rocker, Extended Sidecut and Cascade Tip deliver an incredible all-mountain experience for every skier type. As skier input and skill levels increase, performance levels amplify in all snow conditions. Traditional camber underfoot with aggressive sidecuts provide powerful edge grip and confident stability on hard snow. Tip and tail rocker provide easy maneuverability, playfulness and effortless speed control. The Experience series conquers the entire mountain achieving a whole new benchmark of uncompromising on and off-trail versatility. Experience more of the mountain... on this true, one-ski-quiver. Sidecut : 122-78-111 Radius : 17.0 M (174 Sizes : 150-158-166-174-182 Tech : Auto Turn Rocker Rocker : 30% / Low Camber : 70% / High Construction : Structure : Central Sidewall Core : Wood / Carbon Extended Sidecut Cascade Tip... Learn More

Manufacturer: Rossignol

Keywords: Skis

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