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Rossignol Experience 77 Skis with Xelium 110 Bindings

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Overview

Best Use: Frontside skis are narrow for carving on-trail

Frontside skis are narrow for carving on-trail

Width: Narrow - ideal for on-trail, hardpack & groomed conditions

Narrow - ideal for on-trail, hardpack & groomed conditions

Flex: Soft - easy skiing with comfort, not power

Soft - easy skiing with comfort, not power

Rocker Profile: Rocker/Camber/Rocker skis for versatile all-mountain

Rocker/Camber/Rocker skis for versatile all-mountain

 

The Rossignol Experience 77 is designed to help the beginner to intermediate skier refine their technique and improve their skiing ability. The Poplar Wood and Carbon Core has a lightweight and forgiving construction that does not require much skill or technique to make the ski turn and react. Rossignol's Auto Turn Rocker helps you initiate a turn easier wand the camber underfoot provides a grip on the snow whether you're making parallel turns or still snow plowing. Rocker in the tail helps you skid turns by releasing the ski from a turn with minimal effort. The Experience 77 has the Air Tip which is a honeycomb structure only on the tip of the ski that moves material away for more maneuverable especially in shorter turns. Rossignol's Extended Sidecut gives you more effective edge. At slower speeds you have less effective edge for skidding turns, at faster speeds you have more effective edge that will help you carve turns. If you are a beginner looking to invest in a set of skis that will help you learn quickly or an intermediate that wants a forgiving ski that will allow you to improve, the Rossignol Experience 77 will be the ski to have.


  • Auto Turn Rocker
  • Extended Sidecut
  • Air Tip
  • Poplar Wood/Carbon Core
  • 3.6kg/Pair



Shipping Restriction: This item is not available for shipment outside of the United States.


Skill Range: Beginner-AdvancedIntermediate

 

Specifications
Ski Gear Intended Use All Mountain Bindings Included Yes What Binding is Included? Xelium 110
Binding DIN 3.5-11 Binding Weight Range 85-220 lbs. Tip/Waist/Tail Widths 122/77/111 (@168cm)
Tail Profile Flared Actual Turn Radius @ Specified Length 15m (@168cm) Construction Type Cap
Core Material Wood w/ Carbon Used No Metal Layer None
Warranty Two Years Skill Range Beginner-AdvancedIntermediate Model Year 2016
Model Number RRE01EZ.152 Product ID 390993 Shipping Restriction This item is not available for shipment outside of the United States.
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From : Pa
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I started skiing for the first time this year and moved up from Fischer bulletproof rentals and Fischer Viron rentals to the Rossignols. They feel lighter without feeling floaty. They also gripped the snow/ice better. All my skiing has been done in the warm Northeast so I don't have any powder experience with these. I would recommend them for anyone including a beginner, although a beginner might want a shorter ski before moving up to a longer one. As for skis.com they are an exceptional website to buy from. The only thing that I would like to see is them mount and adjust the bindings before shipping.
 
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Great ski to learn on. Turning is easy.
 
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4.5
Good starting ski
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I bought this ski last year from a beginner to an aggressive intermediate skier now and I still feel very good for this skis after one year. Very easy to turn and also pretty stable during high speed. I'm glad to have this ski and highly recommend people for the first ski to have.
 
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2016 Rossignol Experience 77 Ski Review by Adam
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I'm Adam and I was just skiing on the Experience 77 from Rossignol. I give this ski 4 out of 5 stars. It's a great ski for that beginner to intermediate skier. If you're looking to have a ski that gives you more control over your ski to help you start to skid a turn and just provide you with that stability and control, this is a good one for you. With the amount of rocker in the tip and the tail, this ski does ski a little bit shorter so don't be afraid to get this ski a little bit longer. As you progress and develop as a skier, the extra length will give you more control and stability. 4 out of 5.
 
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2016 Rossignol Experience 77 Ski Review by Josh H.
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Hey, Josh here. Just got off the Experience 77 CA by Rosi. 77 underfoot. CA stands for a little bit of carbon in this ski. Nice, lightweight. Pretty snappy and responsive. I give this ski 4 out of 5 stars. It's awesome for that entry level skier or someone who is kind of at the beginner stage trying to push up into that advanced category. Little bit of rocker in the tip really helps you initiate those turns. As far as frontside carving goes, very stable. Nice long and radius turns very smooth. And it's snappy and responsive to make those short to medium radius turns as well. Definitely a 4 out of 5 star ski for that intermediate to beginner skier.
 
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2016 Rossignol Experience 77 Ski Review by Jeff S.
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Hi, this is Jeff. I just got off the Rossignol Experience 77. This ski is for somebody that's a beginner to intermediate ski. I'm going to give it a 4 out of 5 stars for that skier. Instead of renting gear, this is a great place for you to start. Just buy this ski, it'll save you a lot of money in the rental process. But with the carbon that they put in this woodcore cap ski, it's enough ski to take you from the beginner stages all the way into your recreational advanced skiing so it's a really good value from that perspective. I give it 4 out of 5 stars. You'll have a lot of fun learning how to ski on this ski and it'll carry you well into intermediate to even recreational advanced.
 
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2016 Rossignol Experience 77 Ski Review by Thom
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Hi, I'm Thom and I just got off of the Rossignol Experience 77. I'm going to give this ski 4 out of 5 stars. Anybody from an absolute true beginner up through a cruising intermediate skier could get on this and be pretty happy. It goes up on edge pretty well. It carves okay. It holds pretty smooth. But it also slides and skids really, really easily. So, it's definitely a ski you can get on with little to no experience and get really comfortable and really confident on this ski. Definitely meant for your on-trail skier though. 4 out of 5 stars.
 
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2016 Rossignol Experience 77 Ski Review by Hans
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Hi, this Hans. I just came off the Rossignol Experience 77. This ski is designed for the intermediate skier. Surprisingly even for a more aggressive skier like myself. It's great on short turns. Holds pretty well on longer turns. You get tired in the afternoon when you can slight the ski. It's definitely I give this ski a 4 out of 5 for that type of skier - solid intermediate.
 
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2016 Rossignol Experience 77 Ski Review by Mike B.
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Hey, I'm Mike. I just got done skiing the Rossignol Experience 77. For a price point ski, this is a 5 star ski. It's really fun. If you're making quick turns on the groomers I think this would be a really good ski for you. It's really for your intermediate skier that's looking to, like I said, make short turns. Medium turns it will do, long turns it's not really its sweet spot but if you're looking for a frontside groomer ski, you're intermediate. The Experience 77 would be for you.
 
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2016 Rossignol Experience 77 Ski Review by Andy
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Hi, I'm Andy. This is the Rossignol Experience 77 Carbon. This is a great beginning to intermediate ski. Provides a lot of room to grow. Slow speed turns, fantastic. It turns really easy. You can actually take it up a notch, get into some speed. And it will handle even steeper hills. Overall, I give this a 5 out of 5 stars.
 
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Q: I am 5'7 - 160 lb intermediate skier. What is the optimal length for me?
Asked : Mar 06, 2017
By : Sumit, United States
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A:Based on your weight, ability and the amount of rocker in the E77, the 168cm will be the optimal length for you in this ski.
Answered : Mar 07, 2017
By : Adam, Midwest
Q: I'm a 5'8" 200lb skier getting her groove back after ACL repair surgery. I'm still getting back a lot of my skiing muscles and find my 95 under foot skis are a little to much for me to turn at the moment. Would this be a good ski to help me get my groove back? Also looking for my boyfriend who is 6'1" and 155. Very athletically inclined (used to be a cross country skier and did bouldering) I am trying to figure out a good length and flex for him to graduate to. This was his first year taking lessons and I'm trying to figure out the right flex/ length/ and width for him to have on his own skis
Asked : Mar 01, 2017
By : Freewheel, Lake Pleasant NY
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A:The Experience 77 in a 168cm would be a perfect option as a first pair of skis for your boyfriend, but by the sounds of it, I would recommend a womens specific ski for you. Something like the Rossignol Temptation 80 would be forgiving enough for your knee, but supportive enough for you to ski on.
Answered : Mar 02, 2017
By : Adam, Midwest
Q: Returning to skiing after more than 25 year hiatus but never more than an intermediate skier. Will be skiing only the groomed East. Now in my mid 50's 6' 210 lb athletic build. Will the experience 77 or 80 in the mid 170's suffice?
Asked : Feb 21, 2017
By : ac, United States
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A:Based on your weight and ability I would recommend the Experience 80 HD in a 176cm for optimal control, stability and edge hold. Having a ski that is too short for your weight will take control away from you.
Answered : Feb 22, 2017
By : Adam, Midwest
Q: I am a bigger fella at 5'9 and 250lbs. I have been looking at the Rossi Experience line for a few months. I am told I am out of the beginner stage and in the intermediate skiing category. A couple of different places have told me that the 160cm would be good for me. I am not ready to fly down the hill, I like to cruise and have fun.
Asked : Jan 26, 2017
By : JMB, Arizona
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A:Based on your weight and ability I would steer you more towards the Experience 84. A 160cm would be too short for your weight and actually take control away from you. I would suggest more like a 176cm in the stiffer E84 to give you grip, stability and control.
Answered : Jan 26, 2017
By : Adam, Midwest
Q: I am 5'9 and about 180lbs. I am very new at skiing ,and ski on all groomed trails . Would the 77 168's be the right fit for me ? If not can you point me in the right direction
Asked : Jan 21, 2017
By : Richard, United States
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A:Based on your weight and ability the Experience 77 in a 168cm will be the perfect option for you.
Answered : Jan 23, 2017
By : Adam, Midwest
Q: I'm a novice skier, about 5'7" 175, transitioning from snowplough to parallel turns. I'm looking to buy my first pair of skis, so I was wondering if the E 77 is right for me, or if I should stick to the E 75. I don't want to outgrow them in just a couple of seasons, but I also don't want to make learning harder by making the wrong choice.
Asked : Jan 04, 2017
By : DarkO, Skopje, Macedonia
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A:You will outgrow the E75 much quicker than you would expect by getting out of rental skis. This would be a perfect choice for you. Based on your weight and ability the 160cm will be the optimal size for you.
Answered : Jan 05, 2017
By : Adam, Midwest
Q: My son is a beginner skier last year and I would classify him as a beginner / intermediate. He is 14 years old 5'-10" and 115 pounds. I was looking at the Experience 77. I would like a ski that he can keep for a while and not grow out of in a year or two. Someone suggested 160cm. Will this be a good size for him or will he struggle with them?
Asked : Dec 13, 2016
By : Randy, Waterford WI
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A:The E77 would be a great ski for him. At his height, weight and ability he could do the 160cm if he is not very athletic, but if he is athletic you can do the 168cm. The 168cm will last him quite a while.
Answered : Dec 14, 2016
By : Adam, Midwest
Q: I classify myself a solid intermediate skier but becoming less aggressive at age 45. Ski Midwest 4-5 times a year and mostly stay on groomed trails. Looking at a new affordable skis and have narrowed choice to the Experience 77 or 80 @168cm. I'm 5'10 and 175. This will be a long term ski for me as I grow older. Can you provide a suggestion on which may be the better option?
Asked : Dec 08, 2016
By : JSquared, Indiana
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A:Based on your weight, ability, where you ski, and the amount of rocker in the ski, the Experience 80 in a 176cm will be the best option for you and your future skiing.
Answered : Dec 08, 2016
By : Adam, Midwest
Q: My boyfriend is 6'2, 175-180lbs. He is an intermediate skier. Which size would you recommend?
Asked : Nov 28, 2016
By : Heather, United States
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A:Based on his weight and ability the 176cm would be the best size for him.
Answered : Nov 28, 2016
By : Adam, Midwest
Q: im 5?9 height and weight 155 pounds,im an intermediate skier ,what height you recommend me
Asked : Nov 08, 2016
By : beto, miami ,fl
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A:Based on your weight and ability, the 160cm would be the optimal size for you.
Answered : Nov 08, 2016
By : Adam, Midwest
 
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