Rossignol Experience 98 Skis (Men's)
If you really ski everything, the Rossignol Experience 98 is a ski with your name written all over it. Taking the lessons learned from their popular powder and frontside skis, Rossignol put technology in the Experience Skis that you're not going to see anywhere else. One of these is extended sidecut. Every sidecut is like a strategy for skiing, and Rossi extended the sidecut all the way through the entire ski. That means that when you're not carving the edges are less engaged and more maneuverable, and when you are carving at speed, WOW. This ski absolutely rips, and with Titanial in the construction it's powerful and stable the whole way. Take the Experience 98 off-piste for a whole other "experience," but one that's equally as fantastic.
- Design: Truly All-Mountain
- Camber: 70% traditional / 30% reverse-camber Rocker
- Ski Dimensions: 139-98-128
- Binding: not included
- Turn Radius: 19.9m (size 180)
- 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
- Sandwich laminate construction is durable and responsive
- Wood core for lively response
- Titanial adds power and torsional stiffness
Questions and Answers
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"How pick correct size for Rossignol Experience 98"
4 Answers |
Question by Cmike on 8/16/2011 - 5:01 pm
"The size of ski you should get depends on a few things. We need to know your height, weight, gender, and skill level (beginner, intermediate, advanced) to determine the best size for you."
Answer by Martha (Peter Glenn Staff) on 8/17/2011 - 8:50 am
"A general rule of thumb is that skis should reach eyebrows for experts and hug chin for intermediates. "
Answer by Dear Valley Skier on 8/30/2011 - 12:40 pm
"height 5' 11'' weight 192 lbs, , male age 57 advanced skier"
Answer by Marshall M. Stone, MD on 9/23/2012 - 2:15 pm
"I would recommend a ski size of 176 to 179 for you if your skiing all-mountain (which is what this ski is best used for)."
Answer by Sarah (Peter Glenn Staff) on 9/24/2012 - 11:58 am
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