Rossignol S3 W Skis (Women's)
The Rossignol S3 W Skis give you the same rocker as the wider S7, but in a narrower, more versatile shape. This ski is even easier to carve since it has a more aggressive sidecut and camber under foot, but Powder Turn's high tip and tail rocker give you that same floaty steering that you love. Take these right down the side of a skied-out groomer and off the side into the trees. If you're an intermediate to very advanced skier, the Rossignol S3 W is the ski that's going to let you literally cover the whole mountain.
- Design: All-Mountain / Powder
- Ski Dimensions: 124-96-114
- Camber: PowderTurn 50% reverse-camber rocker / 50% traditional camber
- Turn Radius: 17.5m (size 168)
- Binding: Not included
- Low camber underfoot for extra grip and carving ability
- High tip and tail rocker for float and easy steering
- Minicap Sandwich construction for solid control
- Spoon tip for float and powering through powder
- Fiberglass and wood core is light and responsive
- Centered sidecut is short and deep for easy steering
- Fun ski for advanced and advanced intermediate skiers
Questions and Answers
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"I am an expert skier (5'4", 130 lbs) looking for an all mountain ski - groomed, moguls, powder, off-piste. I have skied K2 lutta luv (153) and Burnin luv (170) for the past 6 years. Would the S3 be a good ski for me and what size or does K2 or Volkl make a comparable ski? "
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Question by Lin on 4/16/2013 - 2:46 pm
"Yes, this would be a great ski for you. You would need to be in the size 159 range (which is great because that's the size that we have left). Comparable, though we do not carry these skis, are the Volkl Aura and the Rossignol MissBehaved. "
Answer by Martha (Peter Glenn Staff) on 4/16/2013 - 2:59 pm
"What bindings would be best for these skis. (Expert skier 140 lbs)"
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Question by Chris on 5/3/2013 - 2:47 pm
"I would recommend the Rossignol Axial2 100 XL Ski Binding. This will definitely take you on some fun rides!"
Answer by Sarah (Peter Glenn Staff) on 5/3/2013 - 3:07 pm
"I haven't skied in several years. When I stopped teaching skiing I was probably at a low advanced level (PSIA II)and now that I am behind I want to get back to that level. I know it will take time. I always had trouble in the big bumps, not the shmedium and little ones, and I need to improve my short turns. I am 5'4" and fluctuate between 140 and 130 pounds. What skis would you recommend for me? It would be better for me to get the skis and bindings at the same time but if the skis are w/o bindings that's ok too. Many thanks for your suggestions!!"
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Question by Marie on 7/3/2013 - 2:18 am
"These skis would definitely work well for you. I'd recommend something around 159 in size. I'd also recommend the Elan Amphibio Inspire Fusion Ski System, the Elan Intensia QT Ski System, or the Elan Mystic WaveFlex Ski System. All of those skis would work really well for you."
Answer by Sarah (Peter Glenn Staff) on 7/3/2013 - 2:31 pm
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