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Rossignol Experience 88 Skis

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Description: Rossignol Experience 88 Skis

The all-new EXPERIENCE 88 is a new benchmark in all-mountain versatility and performance for expert all-mountain skiers. With the heart of a high-performance carving machine and effortless freeride feel, the new Experience 88 features a rounder tip profile with Rossignol's award-winning Air Tip technology, and longer, more progressive rocker for enhanced float and control, delivering elevated all-mountain performance across all terrain and snow conditions. Auto Turn Rocker, our most versatile rocker/ camber blend, provides powerful edge grip with effortless maneuverability and speed control while Rossignol's patented, lightweight Air Tip technology enhances flotation and control even further, keeping tips afloat through variable snow while providing instant turn initiation on hardpack and groomers. Its racing DNA meets freeride. Precision and power meets effortless float. It is everything you need for the ultimate one-ski-quiver. The entire mountain awaits - Experience More.

  • 50% Off-Trail/ 50% On-Trail
  • Recommended Binding: Axial≥ 120 B90 (Not Included)
  • Your Level: Expert
  • Usage: 50%
  • Sizes: 156, 164, 172, 180, 188
  • Weight: 4,2Kg/ Pair
  • Sidecut: 135-88-124
  • Ski Radius: 17
  • Rocker Height: Auto Turn Rocker
  • Profile Sidecuts: Air Tip
  • Structure: Minicap Sandwich
  • Core: Wood
  • Construction Reinforcements: Fiberglass
  • Construction Other: Basalt
  • Experience 88


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    what performance difference will an intermediate/advanced skier see between the Rossi Experience 88 and the 84. I know this is a difference of 4 mm in the waist. Is this significant and how so?
    A shopper on Jan 18, 2015
    BEST ANSWER: the Experience 88 is a high performance ski with basalt laminates. it is best skied by a carving skier looking for all mountain stability at higher speeds. Smooth at high speed and superb in powder it has won it's category for several seasons.

    the Experience 84 is a carbon laminates it is very lively and responsive due to the characteristics of the carbon very responsive in all conditions.

    for an intermediate/advanced skier the choice can be made by examining the type of turns the skier enjoys. short and mid radius turns go with the 84. looking for a variety of turn shapes short to long with a lot of carving go with the 88.

    regardless of model chosen have tuned with 1 degree base bevel and 2 degree side bevel for the most fun as an intermediate/advanced skier.
    I'm trying to choose a new ski for next year as I continue to progress in my skiing. I weigh 225 lb and am 6'7" tall, and ski currently at an advanced intermediate level using an older E83, which I feel I was overpowering at times this year. Would the E88 or E100 in their longest lengths be a better fit for me?
    A shopper on Apr 20, 2015
    BEST ANSWER: The Experience 88 will be more similar to your Experience 83 skis that you have currently. The waist width is just a bit wider and there will be slightly more rocker in the tip. If you wanted something similar to the skis you have now but with the newer technologies I would go with the Experience 88. The Experience 100 skis are a great all around ski but would not have the same on-piste control with the wider waist.
    What width bindings would you put on this ski (experience 88)? Specifically, with the Axial3, would you choose the 90 or 100 mm?
    A shopper on Feb 23, 2015
    BEST ANSWER: The Rossignol Experience 88 Skis (awesome choice), would match up with the 90mm Rossignol Axial3 Ski Bindings perfectly.
    I need an honest answer. I am riding Apache Recon 174 right now. I rode Experience 84's in 180 at Hunter in NY and 170 at Heavenly in Tahoe. mostly and east coast skier (hardpack) who likes to carve and get at it with some speed. I am 5'9 170-175.

    Am I losing specific performance one way or another on the 84 versus the 88? Also, do you suggest me sizing up to the 178 84 or 180 88, or down to the 170/172
    neville o on Apr 25, 2016
    BEST ANSWER: Hey Neville, glad to see you are getting to a variety of areas with a variety of conditions. Both the Experience 84 and 88 are for the same ability level skier the difference between the models is the percent of time spent off trail. The 84 is a 60%-40% on trail versus off trail and the 88 is a 50%-%50% ski. Also the 88 has Basalt in layers and the 84 has Carbon in layers. Basalt damps at speed gives smooth ride. Carbon more snap dynamic feel on snow. If you are spending more time in the northeast with some western travel probably the 84 is the way to go in the west the 88 would be a great for maximum versatility. Having said that, from what you have described regards your skiing and discussing this generation of 84/88 recommend sticking with 84. And regards length with shape skis never a bad thing to stay with the shorter length especially for a carving skier unless you are in love the with longer length at your weight the recommended length is 170cm for the Experience 84.
    Is there any difference between the Rossi Experience 88 for 2015 and the 2016 model?
    A shopper on Oct 12, 2015
    BEST ANSWER: Nope, with such a great design the Rossignol Experience 88 Skis are the same for 2016 as they were for 2015. They're a great pick!
    What is 15/16 experience 88 tip/waist /tail dimensions in the 164 and 170cm?
    A shopper on Jun 14, 2015
    BEST ANSWER: On the Rossignol 88s' the tip is 135, waist 88 and tail 124 on all sizes. The turning radius varies from 13m on the 164 to 18m on the 188 length. My favorite ski so far.