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Rossignol Avenger 76 Basalt Tpi2 Skis w/ Axium 120 Bindings

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  • Carving
  • Conventional
Ability Level: Advanced-Expert
Rocker Type:
  • Camber
Construction: Sandwich
Core Material:
  • Wood
  • Sintered
Din Range: 4-12
Brake Width:
  • 80mm
Manufacturer Warranty:
  • 2 Year

Description: Rossignol Avenger 76 Basalt Tpi2 Skis w/ Axium 120 Bindings

Avenger delivers the most versatile, high-performance on-trail ski that Rossignol has to offer. With medium waist widths, deep sidecuts, Power Turn on-trail camber and constructions that come directly from our race skis, the Avenger Series became the PSIA's favorite technical on-trail ski in 10-11. Delivering superior edge grip, precise hard snow carved turns, broad turn shapes and incredible ease-of-use, Avenger won more accolades among magazine ski testers than any other on- trail ski this year. Avenger is a favorite among the skiers and ski shops who prefer performance skiing on hard snow and groomed runs.

Key Features of the Rossignol Avenger 76 Basalt Tpi2 Skis w/ Axium 120 Bindings:
  • Power Turn Camber: 100% classic high camber underfoot . Delivers power, energy, and edge grip for groomed run performance. Stores energy and provides explosive snap and boost
  • Oversize Sidecut: Aggressive oversized tip & tail dimensions give strong edging, power and precision. Wider waist dimensions increase stability and ease turn transition. Combination gives accurate edge feel and unprecedented stability
  • Sandwich Laminate Construction: Wood cores, vertical sidewalls, Basalt fibers, metal, and high-tech laminates. Classic sidewalls create direct edging pressure while core and laminates provide flex, power, and stability
  • Integrated Complex Technology: New aerospace fiber layers replace traditionally used fiberglass layers. Titanium or aramid stringers are woven into Basalt fibers dramatically enhancing the skis performance. Ultimate material for removing vibrations and improving snow contact
  • All-Mountain Tip: Tip extends ski's sidecut beyond snow contact point. When on edge the sidecut increases, creating strong turn initiation. Floatation in soft snow
  • Structure: Sandwich
  • Core: Wood
  • Laminates: Aramid Basalt
  • Sidecut: 127/76/108
  • Radius: 15M @ 170
  • Size: 154, 162, 170, 176
  • System: Tpi;/Axium 120

Avenger 76 Basalt

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Rossignol Avenger 76 Basalt Tpi2 Skis w/ Axium 120 Bindings
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Mark P: I'm an aspiring expert, currently advanced intermediate. Price was fantastic since they are 2012 season's model. Should match my ability very well. Feb 10, 2014
Gregory W: Versatile ski that is pretty solid across the board but not excellent in one category. Dec 16, 2013
v g asked: what category does this ski not excel.

what year is this ski??
Dec 18, 2013
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David K: 2011 ski

This is a quick edge ski more for an expert skier it really digs in
And carves an awesome turn ! It is not a high straight deep powder ski
In powered u have to stay flat footed and lean back into ur heels . It's is a powerful performance ski with no vibration on tips . Really performs excellent in any rough terrain . I love this ride !! This ski always digs in on Ice I ski in the north country ! East coast ?Killington Mt. Whiteface! Mt Snow !!
Dec 19, 2013
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stuart: Hey, I used to ski Killington, ( used to race in the sap run for easton fis among others, Cannon, Wildcat, etc, waaaaaay back before much grooming so used to boilerplate. Now in pa so almost all mm groomed, used to ski on rossi strato 207's how will these compare in the 162 range on these conditions. Feb 22, 2014
John B: Hi. Let me start by saying that I love these skis, which are the 2013 model. But I can't answer your question completely because I've only been out once in the Lake Tahoe area, where the snow cover is still pretty thin and the skiing is on groomed runs. On these, the Rossis are fantastic. They are responsive for quick turns and absorb bumps and divots nicely. They have fatter tips than I have previously skied on, so I imagine they will do fine in deeper ungroomed snow, but I haven't had the opportunity to try that. In my research on these skis, it seemed like they were middle-of-the-road and capable of handling all terrain satisfactorily. If your skiing is more specialized, you may want to talk to more people. Good luck on your decision and think snow! Dec 19, 2013
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v g: thanjks so much a very thorough answer ddint expect that.. merry xmas Dec 19, 2013
Paddy OStaff: The Avenger 76 is from the 2011/2012 ski season. They are great frontside carvers that excel on the groomers. These skis will not perform well in deep powder. Dec 19, 2013
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Kyle R: 2012 I believe. Dec 18, 2013
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Gregory T: 2013 Dec 18, 2013
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