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SKU-8960roex80lx116zz-rossignol-ski-packages Rossignol Experience 80 Ltd Skis w/ Xelium 100 Bindings from Altrec  sku

Rossignol Experience 80 Ltd Skis w/ Xelium 100 Bindings - 8960roex80lx116zz-rossignol-ski-packages by Rossignol

Item description: This Hiking Ski Packages product is by Rossignol - Rossignol's Experience 80 is a moderately rockered all-mountain ski meant to help intermediates learn to carve at high speeds with full control and confidence. The Experience 80 is not as wide as some of the fatter Experiences, so these are made for the skier who is primarily skiing hardpack and ice, maybe some moguls and maybe some powder...but mostly groomers! The tip rocker helps this ski perform better in not only in soft snow, but the shorter effective edge makes for easy turn initiation as well. Sidecut: 125/80/114 Radius: 17m (176 Main Technology: Air Tip Rocker: Auto Turn Rocker Construction: Central Dualtec Core Material: Wood Reinforcement: Fiber Weight: 3.8 kg/pair Bindings: Xelium 100... Learn More

Manufacturer: Rossignol

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