Rossignol Experience 74 Composite Ski System with Bindings (Men's)
The Rossignol Experience 74 Composite Ski System is silky-smooth carver that can't help but to improve your skills. This ski is so easy to maneuver that you'll be well on your way to more seamless transitions every time you go out. Auto Turn Rocker does just what it says, it encourages the ski to turn with less effort on your part. The Experience 74 is cambered underfoot so that you get good grip and edgehold when you get it into a turn. If you want to improve your skills and cover more terrain, this is one of the most impressive progression skis on the market.
- Design: Frontside
- Dimensions: 120-74-110
- Camber: Rockered tip and tail/ camber under foot
- Turn Radius: 15.2m (size 166)
- Skill Level: Beginner to intermediate
- Binding: Xelium 100 bindings included
- Autoturn rocker in tip and tail for easy turn initiation and transition
- Camber under foot for good edge hold and stability
- Extended sidecut engages the full length of the ski with less lean required
- Composite reinforcement for smooth flex and forgiveness
- Wood/ fiberglass core for responsive feel
- Forgiving cap construction
Questions and Answers
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"Do the skis come with the bindings already mounted?"
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Question by Albert on 11/27/2012 - 7:46 pm
"We are unable to mount the bindings for online orders. Doing so could lead to damage during shipping."
Answer by Ashley (Peter Glenn Staff) on 11/29/2012 - 11:29 am
"What is the main difference between the Rossignol 74 and 76? I am a confident intermediate but still relatively inexperienced. Are either the best ski for me or should I consider the 83? I mainly ski on piste. But still want the option to go off piste."
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Question by Steve on 4/3/2013 - 4:43 pm
"The only difference between the 74 and the 76 is the reinforcement material. The 74 is made with composite and the 76 is made with carbon fiber. The 76 will be much lighter and stronger than the 74. The 74 and 76 are more for beginner to intermediate skiers while the 83 is for intermediate to advanced skiers. If you a confident intermediate I would go with the 83. It will give you more room to advance and won't hold you back!"
Answer by Sarah (Peter Glenn Staff) on 4/4/2013 - 9:47 am
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