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Rossignol Experience 78 Skis with Axium 110 TPI2 Bindings

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The Rossignol Experience 78 is a great ski for the true intermediate. At 78mm underfoot it is most at home skiing on the groomers, but can tackle some light powder, and ungroomed terrain. Rossignols Auto Turn Rocker has 30% of rocker in the tip and tail, and 70% camber underfoot. Camber underfoot gives you lots of rebound and stability throughout the turn, while the rocker in the tip helps initiate turns quicker, and rocker in the tail release you out of a turn quicker. A wood core with a carbon layer gives the Experience 78 a stable feel at slow to medium speeds, without adding any extra weight. The Extended Sidecut continues beyond the contact point, so the more edge angle you apply, the more sidecut is engaged. At lower speeds the sidecut is less engaged, so the ski feels more maneuverable. The Experience 78 is very easy to control for the intermediate skier at any speed. The Cascade Tip has different shapes of fiberglass laminates at staggered lengths, to control tip torsion, smooth out initiation, and lower swing weight, making the Experience 78 a great game improvement tool for someone who has had control issues in the past. If you are looking for a ski that you can spend most days on the groomers, and is very easy to control, the Rossignol Experience 78 would be great for you.


Skill Range:    


  • Auto Turn Rocker
  • Wood/Carbon Core
  • Central Sidewall Construction
  • Extended Sidecut
  • Cascade Tip



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Ski Specifications

Ski Gear Intended Use: All Mountain
Type: All-Mountain Skis (75-90)
Bindings Included: Yes
What Binding is Included?: Axium 110 TPI2
Binding DIN: 3-11
Binding Weight Range: 100-200 lbs
Waist Width: 78mm
Tip/Waist/Tail Widths: 122/78/111 (@174cm)
Tail Profile: Flared
Rocker: Rocker/Camber/Rocker
Turn Radius: 16-20
Actual Turn Radius @ Specified Length: 17.2m (@174cm)
Construction Type: Cap/Sidewall
Core Material: Wood w/ Carbon
Base Material: Sintered
Used: No
Titanium: No
Special Features: Auto Turn Rocker
Special Features: Wood and Carbon Core
Warranty: Two Years
Skill Range:
Model Year: 2013
Model Number: RR201EM.150
Product ID: 274564
Shipping Restriction: This item is not available for shipment outside of the United States.
Rossignol Experience 78 Skis with Axium 110 TPI2 Bindings

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Hi I'm Charlie. I just got off the Rossignol Experience 78. I give this ski 5 out of 5 stars. For an intermediate skier this is a really great ski. It makes simple quick turns for you. All you've gotta do is put it on it's edge, roll it over a little bit and it just starts going. It wants to do a lot of quick little turns it's not a big ski thats big turns all mountain kind of ski. It's just something for the front side for somebody that's an intermediate skier that's really going to help them progress.
 
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Kyle here with the Rossignol Experience 78. I give these a 3 12 out a 5. Compared to some of the other Experience skis I think they're just mediocre. They hold an edge alright kinda a little bit more easier to get hung up then the 98's, or even the 88's which is surprising, cause they're smaller underfoot, so 3 12.
 
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Hi Trey here with Rossignol Experience 78. I'm giving this ski 45 stars. I think it's an excellent ski for an aspiring intermediate all the way up to even a casual advanced skier whose only out once, or twice a year. Wants something that's easy to ski still a lot of edge hold, it's forgiving, you can take it on the groomers. Take it really all over the mountain at moderate speeds 45 stars.
 
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Hi Trey here with Rossignol Experience 78. I'm giving this ski 45 stars. I think it's an excellent ski for an aspiring intermediate all the way up to even a casual advanced skier whose only out once, or twice a year. Wants something that's easy to ski still a lot of edge hold, it's forgiving, you can take it on the groomers. Take it really all over the mountain at moderate speeds 45 stars.
 
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Tyler here with the Experience 78's. It's an amazing ski. I had a lot of fun on it. It's probably a 4.5 out of 5 stars I really had a lot of fun. Probably a good intermediate to advanced skier. There's not much wrong with it. It's a great carver. You can tear up the front side. Leans into turns really nice and just a lot of good stability underfoot. So all in all a great ski for intermediate to all the way up to advanced.
 
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Hi it's Sean. I just got done skiing the Rossignol Experience 78 ski. I give this ski a 4 out of 5 stars. It handled great down the mountain. It's going to be geared towards that intermediate to advanced intermediate skier. Perfect for groomed runs. You can take this all over the mountain. Go into longs turn nice and easy. It's very forgiving . Responds even on short turns. All around it's a very stable ski thats fun to take all over the mountain. I give this ski a 4 out of 5 stars.
 
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Kyle here with the Rossignol Experience 78. I give these a 3 12 out a 5. Compared to some of the other Experience skis I think they're just mediocre. They hold an edge alright kinda a little bit more easier to get hung up then the 98's, or even the 88's which is surprising, cause they're smaller underfoot, so 3 12.
 
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Luke here, have the Rossignol Experience 78. I give this ski 45 stars. Found this to be a good frontside carver for your beginner intermediate level skiers. Just a nice smooth ski, a lot of edge grip, doesn't require a lot to get it on edge initiate turns. It's just a real smooth groomer ski for that person that just wants to go out, and have some fun an not get beat up by their skis too much, check it out Experience 78.
 
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Hi I'm Charlie. I just got off the Rossignol Experience 78. I give this ski 5 out of 5 stars. For an intermediate sier this is a really great ski. It makes simple quick turns for you. All you've gotta do is put it on it's edge, roll it over a little bit and it just starts going. It wants to do a lot of quick little turns it's not a big ski that's big turns all mountain kind of ski. It's just something for the front side for somebody that's an intermediate skier that's really going to help them progress.
 
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It's Hunter here. The Experience 78 from Rossi. For your intermediate skier, this is a 4 star ski. The word I would use to describe is Automatic. Effortless turns. This ski has a speed limit. If you're an advanced intermediate looking towards to become an expert skier, look more towards the 83 but if you're a solid intermediate who's comfortable with moderate speeds and just wants something east to ski all day the Experience 78 fits the bill. Great, easy ski.
 
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Q: The binding weight recommendation say 175-200 pounds, i weigh 210 is it still safe for me to use these binding that come with the skis? If not, what are the saftey hazards if i still use them
Asked : Mar 09, 2014
By : fischer
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A: You will still be fine to use the Axium bindings on the Rossignol Experience 78 skis, however you will be applying additional pressure past the maximum limit on the Axium bindings, so they may not be as durable overall.
Answered : Mar 11, 2014
By : Dru, Customer Care
Q: Which Rossignol boots do you recommend for this skis?
Asked : Mar 10, 2013
By : FUT, Santiago, Chile
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A: That would depend on many different factors such as size and skill, but any adult ski boot should work with any adult skis. Here is a link to all of the Rossignol boots we have available: http://www.skis.com/ski-boots/102,default,sc.html?prefn1=Inv_DeptCode&prefv1=Mens&prefn2=brand&prefv2=Rossignol
Answered : Mar 11, 2013
By : Keith, Customer Care
Q: I am a beginner to intermediate skier; Hieght 5,7 w/o boots and roughly 175lbs. Rossignol recommends a ski size of 174cm, which is taller than my height. Would you recommend I purchase a 174cm or 166cm? Please advise, Thanks.
Asked : Mar 04, 2013
By : A, NY, NY
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A: For an intermediate skier at your weight, I would recommend the 166cm length. These should be long enough to provide you with a stable ski now while being long enough to help you progress skill-wise as well.
Answered : Mar 05, 2013
By : Dru, Customer Care
 
   
 
   
 
   
 
   

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