Rossignol Avenger 74 Carbon Tpi2 Skis w/ Axium 110S Bindings
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Rossignol Avenger 74 Carbon Tpi2 Skis w/ Axium 110S Bindings

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Specs

Type: Carving
Shape: Conventional
Ability Level: Intermediate-Advanced
Rocker Type: Camber
Construction: Cap
Core Material: Wood, and Carbon
Base: Sintered
Din Range: 3.5-11
Brake Width: 73mm, 64mm
Manufacturer Warranty: 2 Year

Description: Rossignol Avenger 74 Carbon Tpi2 Skis w/ Axium 110S Bindings

Take home first prize with the Rossignol Avenger 74 Carbon Tpi2 Skis with Axium 110S Bindings! It's difficult to find a high end ski setup that meets every one of your demands on the hill, and that's why Rossignol has ingeniously created the Avenger Carbon skis that have all of the high end technology you've come to expect out of the best skis on the market. This ski features a 100% on piste design for tearing through the groomers, as well as a carbon reinforcement that makes it lightweight and highly durable. You don't have to sacrifice any longer when you ride with Rossignol!

Key Features of the Rossignol Avenger 74 Carbon Tpi2 Skis:
  • Tip rocker: 290
  • Tail rocker: 190
  • Sidecut: 120-74-110
  • Radius: 15m
  • Tip height: 6
  • Program: 100% PISTE
  • Structure: FIBERGLASS/ CARBON
  • Core: WOOD
  • VAS: VAS
  • Reinforcement: CARBON
  • Tip shape: BUMPER
  • Shape: CAP
Key Features of the Rossignol Axium 110S Bindings:
  • DIN: 3.5/11
  • Toe piece: DUAL ACTION II
  • Glider: AXITEC 3
  • Heel piece: AXIUM +
  • Height interface: TPI2
  • Toe lateral elasticity: 45mm
  • Heel vertical elasticity: 12mm
  • Brake: 2P S/ 64-73mm
  • Brake width: 64-73mm
  • Length adjustment: 265-377
  • Height/ width adjustment: YES

Avenger 74 Carbon Tpi2


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Skiing is fun again!
I've been a boarder for the last 15 years but my son is 5 and starting to go down the greens. I thought it would be easier to ski with him instead of board near by him. Skis have really gotten a whole lot better in the last 15 years. Or maybe it's these Avenger 74 Carbons?
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January 9, 2015
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Why is it showing 2 sets in this picture ?
Dee D on Dec 13, 2014
Best Answer: Hi Dee,

what the picture shows is two shots of the same ski. one is the top of the ski and the second is the base of the ski.
Reply · Report · Tim PWorks for Rossignol on Dec 14, 2014
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