Rossignol Experience 76 Aramide Ski System with Bindings (Men's)
The Rossignol Experience 76 Aramide Ski System is taking your skiing up a notch with a combination of forgiving rocker and precise Aramide. The Rocker on this men's frontside ski is AutoTurn Rocker and it lifts the tip and tail out of the snow for easy turn initiation and exit. When you get them up on edge, the Aramide takes over providing the torsional stiffness that makes you feel a powerful and stable carve. Dampening out nasty vibrations, Aramide reinforcement makes for a good stable feel that's still lightweight, and extremely fun.
- Design: All-Mountain/ Frontside
- Ski Dimensions: 120-76-110
- Camber: 70% traditional/ 30% reverse-camber rocker blend
- Turn Radius: 15.2m (size 166)
- Binding: AX 110 binding included
- Auto Turn rocker lifts the tips and tails for easy turns
- Cambered section provides grip and stability
- Lightweight Aramid reinforcement for response
- Durable cap construction
- Lively wood core
- Easily adjustable TPi2 slide-on binding
- Extended sidecut engages more of the side as the ski turns
Questions and Answers
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"Are these men's or women's skis?"
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Question by Charla Britt on 9/7/2011 - 10:02 am
"This is a men's ski."
Answer by Ashley (Peter Glenn Staff) on 9/7/2011 - 11:14 am
"Take a look at the brand new ROSSIGNOL TEMPTATION which is similar and is for women! "
Answer by Martha (Peter Glenn Staff) on 9/9/2011 - 4:36 pm
"Do these skis come with bindings??"
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Question by Mitchell Barber on 9/17/2012 - 7:37 am
"Yes they do. Anytime you see ski "System" on our site, it usually means that it comes with the binding."
Answer by Jaime (Peter Glenn Staff) on 9/18/2012 - 3:18 pm
"I've been looking at the Experience 83, and I liked them. Is there a big difference between this 76 ski and the 83 in overall performance?"
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Question by Dave on 9/29/2012 - 7:09 pm
"It all depends on your weight, height, and level of expertise. The longer the ski you get, the more comfortable the ride will be. The trade off will be harder to turn skis and is for a higher skill set rider. Usually, an experienced skier will want to go faster and wants to do tricks. The longer ski will work for his/her benefit. A shorter ski will be easier to control and will not be as smooth of a ride. "
Answer by Jaime (Peter Glenn Staff) on 10/2/2012 - 1:28 pm
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