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
Poplar Wood/Carbon Core
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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.
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.
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.
2016 Rossignol Experience 77 Ski Review by Jeff S.
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.
2016 Rossignol Experience 77 Ski Review by Josh H.
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.
Hey, this is Lucas. I just got off the Experience 77 by Rossignol. This is an entry level ski for a beginner or an intermediate who's just trying to carve a little bit on the frontside of the mountain. I'm going to give this ski 4 out of 5 stars on the beginner's level. At high speed, it felt a bit short for me but it definitely kept an edge pretty well in snappy turns. Fun ski. 4 out of 5 stars.
2016 Rossignol Experience 77 Ski Review by Mike B.
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.
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.
Q: I'm 6-0, 178 pounds. I consider myself an early-mid intermediate skier--I can carve, but still working on confidence at higher speeds. Rossi recommends I go with a 168 cm based on weight. Do you guys think this is accurate?
A: I think that the sizing for you is correct in the 168cm, but I would encourage you to look at the Rossignol Experience 80 would be a better option for you to grow and develop your confidence at higher speeds. The same great technology, but a ski that will be more stable, without being too demanding or aggressive for you to improve with.
Answered : Jun 06, 2016
By : Adam, Midwest
Q: I'm a beginner and have done the greens at Deer Valley. I'm 5'9 and 220lbs. From the Rossignol website, their chart recommends a 176cm length because of my weight. Do you think this is accurate? Would I be better off with a 168cm?