Rossignol Experience 83 Skis (Men's)
If you're the guy that really enjoys the designated trails, but also really enjoys jaunts into the natural stuff, the Rossignol Experience 83 Skis are looking pretty good. These skis know you like to carve and have the strength and extended sidecut to do it, but they also pack a little bit of float under the hood for a fantasy foray into the powder. Rossignol's extended sidecut really brings the power when you're carving, and Auto Turn Rocker pulls up the tip and tail for effortless steering and turn initiation.
- Design: All-Mountain
- Camber: 70% traditional / 30% reverse-camber Rocker
- Ski Dimensions: 132-83-120
- Binding: not included
- Turn Radius: 15.5m (size 176)
- Auto Turn Rocker puts camber underfoot for stability and turns up the tip and tail for float
- Extended sidecut fully engages when carving for incredible power
- Cascade Tip lightens the tip for better swing and turn initiation
- Sidewall construction for extra grip on-piste
- Wood core for lively response
Questions and Answers
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"I want to purchase the Rossiginal experence 83 ski. What ski binding package can you put to me. Snow falling here and keen to buy. Thanks and regards Ben"
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Question by Ben Waring on 7/2/2012 - 12:43 am
"We do not offer any packages at this time. However with the sale prices you are sure to find a great deal! I would suggest the Marker Griffon 90."
Answer by Ashley (Peter Glenn Staff) on 7/2/2012 - 10:24 am
"I am 5' 10". 59 years old. Love tight trees and making lots of quick turns. What size would I need? Have a pair of old zenith 9- 170's. and Line 98 180's"
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Question by Nick on 10/3/2012 - 11:42 pm
"I would recommend the 176 size. "
Answer by Jaime (Peter Glenn Staff) on 10/4/2012 - 2:57 pm
"I have a new pair of E83's. On my first run on hard back I found the ski hard to control; they shattered like crazy. Is this me or could it be a tining issue? I'm 185 lbs, on 168 cm skis...good skier."
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Question by Lmg on 1/6/2013 - 1:03 am
""The ski size appears to be too small for you. The best size would be 176 cm which is recommended if your weight range is between 180-189 lbs. "
Answer by Priya (Peter Glenn Staff) on 1/8/2013 - 10:08 am
"Agreed. I tried out my buddies Atomic 157cm and they were shattering like crazy. I'm 5'9, approx 150 lbs and I know 168 is the right size me for. If you're looking to sell your 168's let me know =) "
Answer by Rm on 2/2/2013 - 12:00 pm
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