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Rossignol S2 Howell Skis


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Description: Rossignol S2 Howell Skis

With graphics designed by Andy Howell, the Rossignol S2 Howell skis have a lot more to offer than just a pretty picture. These skis are just as suitable for back country shredding as they are for jibbing in the park. They are twin-tips that are wide enough to float on powder while still being fast and stable. Made with a wood core and freestyle weight reduction system to keep them light, they are designed to have plenty of pop for jumps and flexibility for rails while being durable to last enough for multiple seasons.

Key Features of the Rossignol S2 Howell Skis:
  • Artist: Andy Howell
  • Graphic inspiration by the sin: Lust
  • 50% Backcountry/ 50% Jib
  • Flat: Recommended binding - Freeski2 100 XL
  • SPECIFICATIONS: 140cm: r12.4, sc120/ 90/ 113 150cm: r14.6, sc120/ 90/ 113 160cm: r16.4, sc120/ 90/ 113 170cm: r20.0, sc122/ 92/ 115.4 180cm: r22.6, sc122/ 92/ 115.4

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What year are these skis?
A shopper on Dec 26, 2015
BEST ANSWER: These skis are from 2010.
Just got these skis for Christmas now I'm shopping for bindings, I got the 180cm Skis that are 90mm wide, what bindings are recommended and how big a brake do I need?
Chris L on Dec 26, 2014

Awesome skis for shredding laps in the park and making the entire mountain your terrain park.

The Look Pivot 12 is a super popular freestyle binding. Great hold, classic design. I recommend using a brake that is 5-10mm wider than the waist width of your ski. Go with the 95mm brake.

Have a stellar winter!
I Have a size 15 men's boot. WHat is a good binding for this ski?? I go back country aND carpeted hills
justin b on Nov 28, 2014
BEST ANSWER: If you are looking for a touring ski binding I recommend the Marker Duke. Check out the link:

If you are looking for an alpine binding here are some great options:


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