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Rossignol Storm Skis

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Description: Rossignol Storm Skis

Kick off this winter season the right way with the Rossignol Storm Skis! Bring forth your aggressive riding style with a freestyle twin ski that ensures you can't be slowed down when charging through the park and laying down massive tricks. The Storm Skis feature a traditional camber profile that is perfect for all mountain riding, as well as a fiberglass laminate construction that reduces the overall weight of the ski, while also adding strength and stiffness. With a jib absorption system added for good measure, the Rossignol Storm model skis are your ticket to greatness this season!

Key Features of the Rossignol Storm Skis:
  • Traditional Camber
  • Extended Sidecut
  • Jib Tip
  • Mini Cap Construction
  • Wood Core
  • Fiberglass Laminate
  • J.A.S (Jib Absorption System)
  • Dimensions: 122/ 92/ 115
  • Radius: 22.6m (180)


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Rossignol storm skis
I bought the rossignol storm skis to use as skis in the park and powder skis. They are great! Very fun skis. I am a ski instructor and teach on them as well. They are very easy and light skis to teach on! I am 100% happy with with them!
January 8, 2015
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Good ski at a good price
Stephen S on Dec 17, 2014
Good ski at a good price
Stephen S on Dec 17, 2014
Could i mount the Rossignol Axium 110 Ski Bindings to this ski and have them fit?
A shopper on Aug 20, 2014
Would it be ok to get bindings centre mounted on these skis? I might be getting the 2015 model of these which apparently arent that different which is why I ask...
Hiro B on Jul 24, 2014
How to these skis compare to the 2013 Volk Step Skis? What are the differences? All around, which ski is better for the park?
A shopper on Dec 10, 2015
BEST ANSWER: The Storm is a balanced flex which works awesome in both park and slope situations. It is a very durable ski with shock absorbing laminates in both the tip and the tail.

Really good in bumps and powder as well.
what type of bindings would i get for these skis?
dakota on Nov 18, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Hey Dakota!

The Rossignol Storm skis are great park and pipe skis that translate well all over the mountain for a really playful, jibby ride. I really like the Salomon STH series as well as the Marker Jesters. Really solid bindings at a really great price. The look pivot is also a really great freeride option.
do they come waxed?
A shopper on Nov 3, 2014
BEST ANSWER: All skis come waxed and tuned from the factory. Your skis should be tuned every 5-7 days on the mountain from there on out.
For an aggressive all mountain ski, would you recommend the Rossignol Slat or Storm? What are the key differences between the two?
corry d on Nov 29, 2014

I'd day that both the Slat and Storm are great skis to fit your aggressive skiing. Pretty similar construction over all but the main difference are the sidecuts.

Slat Dimensions: 130/97/120
Storm Dimensions: 122/92/115

The Slat is a versatile jibby all mountain ski and the Storm is a wider platform park ski.

Hope this helps...let it snow!
What size bindings do I need?
Joey Main on Nov 24, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Hello Joey, a binding with a brake width wider that 92mm (95mm to 100mm). A couple of good bindings would be the Axial3 120 or the FKS. Thank you.