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Rossignol Experience 78 Skis w/ Axium 110L Tpi2 Bindings

Rossignol Experience 78 Skis w/ Axium 110L Tpi2 Bindings
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Description: Rossignol Experience 78 Skis w/ Axium 110L Tpi2 Bindings

The Experience 78 X is an incredibly versatile all-mountain ski for aspiring expert to advanced skiers. With the heart of a frontside carver and a freeride touch and feel, this powerful one-ski-quiver delivers enhanced performance for easier progression in all snow conditions. Auto Turn Rocker, Extended Sidecut and Cascade Tip combine for easy maneuverability, playfulness and effortless speed control. Traditional camber underfoot delivers powerful edge grip and confident stability. Experience more whether cruising through chop, weaving through trees, or carving on hardpack on this revolutionary new breed of high-performance all-mountain skis. 40% Off-Trail/ 60% On-Trail

Key Features of Rossignol Experience 78 Skis w/ Axium 110L Tpi2 Bindings:
  • Lightweight composite materials
  • Easy step-in design
  • Long lever arm makes exiting the binding effortless
  • 12mm of vertical elastic travel

Experience 78

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Had to take several years off skiing due to successive ankle surgeries and when I returned 3 years ago I skied thru several brands and types of skis before settling on the Experience 78. I am always a bit skeptical about 'all around' skis but Rossignol seems to have hit the mark with this one. The caveat (and this is not a negative) is if you are looking for a super fast snappy slalom ski or a GS carver this is not the one for you. On the plus side is that in both those situations this ski is a really great 'almost' in that you can make both really tight turns and also carve on nice broad runs. Like I said it's not a negative at all these skis really perform well it's just if you are looking for something high performance on either end of that spectrum you will feel where this ski gives you just about an 'almost' of what you want. In clean crisp snow you can really let these things loose with a ride that is sheer pleasure. I started skiing in the 1970s so am now strictly an adult recreational skier but these skis really are a joy to ride on from anything top to bottom allowing me to relax and enjoy the day. I've skied them from the local short icy Midwest to Colorado, Wyoming and back home in Montana.
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Daniel P on Jan 22, 2016
Im a huge fan of Rossignol. I haven't skiied in several years due to starting and growing a family but returning last year I was impressed with the new Experience line of skis. I searched and found a great year end close-out sale and jumped on them. Really excited for this year and can't wait to get out there.
Kirk C on Nov 27, 2013
Son wanted these. Price was good.
roy6006 on Nov 17, 2015
This ski is for intermediate to experts level ?
A shopper on Feb 1, 2016
Best Answer: I think it is a good intermediate ski. They turn easy and the bindings are nice for the price. I have skied three days on them after coming off knee surgery......thus, I took it extreme easy. I'm heading to heavenly in three weeks and look to doing some tree skiing and more aggressive terrain. Nice value for the price
Reply · Report · Keith W on Feb 2, 2016
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are the bindings installed on the skis?
A shopper on Nov 9, 2015
Best Answer: Thanks for the answers.
No.... we cannot pre-mount the bindings unless you come to our shop here in Little Canada. They have to be specifically set up for you.
Reply · Report · Keyser S.Staff on Nov 10, 2015
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Hi..could you tell me the RADIUS?? thanks
54813sto528f on May 31, 2016
Best Answer: A very flexible ski. Perfect for a beginner to an intermediate skier. A friend of mine (an advanced skier) asked to try skiing a few runs with them as we were the same binding size. He claimed they were a lot of fun and flexible. You will not get top speeds out of these skis, however it is easy to carve with them at any speed. Hope this helps, Tony.
Reply · Report · Anthony M on Jun 3, 2016
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I demoed the Rossi Experience E-80 in 160 length last week in Colo. I Loved them and skied like I was 20 years younger. Just a great ski, super easy turning and takes very little effort to cruise blue slopes. I weigh 145 and 5' 9" Will these 78 ski very similar and should I pick 158 or 166 length that is on sale. Or should I look harder for 80's since that was what I used ? Thanks!!
Lloyd D on Feb 3, 2016
Best Answer: Hi Lloyd, it is always best to go with the ski you have demoed and fallen in love with, the Experience 80 has a central sidewall that does cause it to ski much differently at the upper end than the Experience 78 which is a cap ski with no sidewall. Length go with what you tested and loved. According to the fit chart the 160cm Experience 80 is your size. thank you,
Reply · Report · Tim PWorks for Rossignol on Feb 4, 2016
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I am 6' 230lbI ski mostly groomed and packed powder and occasionally powder. I am an intermediate skier, and wondering if the 78mm width is the right size for me or should I go with something a little wider?
ABLE466 on Jan 2, 2016
Best Answer: Width of the ski is not so much the question, because you are 6' and 230lbs it might be good to go with an Experience 80 for a little more torsional support and a bit more edge pressure under foot due to its central sidewall.

if you are skiing 10 or more days a season that would be the best choice for you.
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