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Rossignol Slat Skis

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Type: Powder, Park & Pipe, All Mountain
Shape: Twin Tip
Ability Level: Intermediate-Advanced
Rocker Type: Hybrid, Auto Turn Rocker
Construction: Hybrid
Core Material: Wood
Base: Sintered
Recommended Use: Skiing
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: Rossignol Slat Skis

The all-new, athlete-approved Slat is a competition-level slopestyle ski that smears the line between skiing powder and park. Auto Turn Rocker and Extended Sidecut combine for playful maneuverability, full-length edge grip and effortless speed control. Traditional camber underfoot provides confident stability combined with increased pop and shock absorption for sending and stomping the biggest park and urban hits. Whether competing in the park, attacking the urban landscape, or slashing first-tracks, the Slat is the new do-it-all ski for do-it-all athletes like Parker White and Chris Logan. 60% Park / 40% All-Mountain RB: FKS 140 XXL

Key Features of the Rossignol Slat Skis:
  • Auto Turn Rocker
  • Extended Sidecut
  • Jib Tip
  • Mini Cap Construction
  • Wood Core
  • Fiberglass Laminate
  • Dimensions: 130/97/120
  • Radius: 23.0m (181)

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hello i am 5 ft 9 inches and i ski about 10 days or more a year and i ski mostly park would this ski be good for me and also would i use the 168cm or 174cm?
Paul F on Dec 4, 2014
Best Answer: Hey Paul!

The Rossignol Slat is a perfect ski for you, great park planks. I always say more ski, more fun so I agree with Tim Parker from Rossi. The 174cm length will be best though a lot of park skiers do enjoy going a little shorter. Your call amigo.

Have fun out there!
Reply · Report · Paddy OStaff on Dec 4, 2014
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1) Is this ski typically center mounted? 2) can I use Salomon Z10 TI bindings with this ski?
corry d on Nov 28, 2014
Best Answer: Hey Corry!

Can you center mount these skis? Yes, but personally I don't like a center mounted ski. Especially considering that the Rossignol Slat skis are not symmetrical I'd say that just forward of traditional will work well with the Slat.

The Salomon Z10 ski bindings will work with the Slats as long as the brake you have is wider than the 97mm waist width of the ski.
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I am about 5 ft 8 inches, 175 lbs and am an advanced, aggressive skier. I have been skiing on a pair of Salomon thrusters 161 cm for years and am looking to get a new pair of skis. I want to make the jump to a longer ski and am considering the Slat at 174 cm, do you think this is a reasonable jump in length? Also, what is a good priced binding that you would recommend for the Slat?
corry d on Nov 29, 2014
Best Answer: Hi Corry,

first off yes, the jump to a 174 cm length for the slat would be fine for you that ski does really well in the park and in the back country kinda fun in the bumps as well. For Bindings I would suggest either the Axial 3 120B100 or the FKS 120 B95. The Axial3 is the less expensive of the two bindings. Both are excellent performers.
Reply (1) · Report · Tim PWorks for Rossignol on Nov 29, 2014
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Not sure if this would be the right ski for my son. He is 18 and has skied but not a lot and now has decided he wants to ski again because most of his friends snowboard.
He does not want to snowboard but yet will want to be skiing where they are snowboarding so maybe this is the ski for him?
It needs to be good for just normal downhill skiing though too. We live in Minnesota so that is where he will be skiing.
lori S on Nov 13, 2014
Best Answer: Hey Lori,

The Rossignol Slat skis would be a great ski for all-mountain freestyle skiing in the mid-west.
Reply (1) · Report · Chad SStaff on Nov 13, 2014
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Did the Rossignol Slat ski take the place of the Rossignol S3 ski? Their dimensions are very similar except for a millimeter here and there.
PA skier on Sep 22, 2014
Best Answer: Hey Jim. Most likely that's the case. I can't say for certain but pretty similar designs, responsiveness, sidecut, turning radius, use, etc. The S series was very successful for Rossi, especially the S3 and S7--both awesome skis. Because of that popularity and success Rossignol created the 7 series which is doing phenomenally well, especially the Soul 7. They needed a more park specific ski, which is what the Slat fills though the Sin 7 is very freestyle orientates and would do well in that forum.

Hope this helps. Let me know if you need any more info and shred hard!
Reply · Report · Paddy OStaff on Oct 2, 2014
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Is there any return policy if you wanted to exchange length?
Ken B on Sep 12, 2014
Best Answer: Ken,
Within 30 days of the purchase of your order, you may return any product purchased from The House unused and in its original condition for credit or exchange. Please check out http://www.the-house.com/helpdesk/returns-exchanges-backorders/ for more details.
Reply · Report · Tim CStaff on Sep 15, 2014
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What is a jib tip - how is this good?
A shopper on Oct 8, 2013
Best Answer: The Rossignol Slat Skis are a great pair of slopestyle skis that can make an effortless transition from park to powder. The Jib Tip is a innovative form of construction from Rossignol. Basically, the tip is a short, round shape which reduces inertia on turns and jumps. Elastomer construction gives better pop and shock absorption. The combination of Jib Tip and Auto Turn Rocker maker the Slat exceptionally playful without sacrificing confident stability. The Rossignol Slat Skis are lively, responsive, grippy, and durable. An awesome option for the shred ready skier.
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