The Rossignol Experience 80 HD is a perfect option for the strong intermediate to advanced skier. Rossignol's new Carbon Alloy Matrix uses a woven structure of basalt and carbon fiber to improve the edge grip, responsiveness, and stability of an already fantastic ski. The 80mm waist is very quick edge to edge, and capable of rolling through the crud when it can appear on the groomers after a light snow day. Rossignol uses an Air Tip construction to pull material away from the tip of the ski for a higher amount of maneuverability and reduce the tip wobble that some rockered skies experience at faster speeds. The Experience 80 HD has Auto Turn Rocker that initiates turns very smooth and easily, provides a strong grip and rebound, with an easy exit of your turn. Rossignol's Extended Sidecut provides you with less edge contact with the less angle you apply to your edges at slower speeds, are more edge contact with the more angle you apply to your edges at higher speeds for a well-rounded ski that will make the solid intermediate improve with confidence and control with every turn. If you want that perfect ski that will help you achieve speeds are more difficult runs than you never have before, you should experience the Rossignol Experience 80 HD.
New Carbon Alloy Matrix
Auto Turn Rocker
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Hi I'm Sam and I'm riding the Rossignol Experience 80. I give this ski a 4 out of 5 rating. Ski handled the groomers very well, has a really great short turning radius as well as a long turning radius. The ski itself is going to be really well matched for somebody that's that solid intermediate skiier. It does have the new carbon alloy matrix in it so it makes the ski relatively lightweight. But the ski itself really handled a lot better than I thought it was going to. So the ski again is a 4 out of 5 star rating.
Hi I'm Brooks. I just rode the Rossignol Experience 80. Great ski, I give it a 4 out of 5 stars. It's a solid, solid intermediate ski. Anybody getting out of rental and stuff and moving into the intermediate level, this is going to be able to stay with you for a while. Carves really nice, holds a good turn. It's pretty rigid so it's not going to chatter a lot. Great ski - 4 out of 5 stars.
Hi I'm Thom, I just got off of the Rossignol Experience 80 HD. This ski comes back with a pretty significant upgrade this year, they added the Carbon Alloy Matrix and it makes it a 5 out of 5 star ski. This thing turns so easily. For that even kind of progressing beginner through solid intermediate that's looking for an on-trail ski that's just going to be an easy carver, super laid back but still has tenacious edge grip, this is a great option for you. It's going to give you a lot of confidence. It's going to make it really easy to kind of get into those short and medium radius turns, and it's going to be incredibly stable the whole time. An absolute confidence building ski. 5 out of 5 stars.
I'm Adam and I was just skiing on the new Rossignol Experience 80 HD. I give this ski 5 out of 5 stars. It's a fantastic ski for that solid intermediate that's looking for value in a ski that's extremely easy to control. It has Auto Turn Rocker which is rocker in the tip and the tail with camber under foot, and the Air Tip Construction which makes it extremely easy to maneuver. If you're going to be on the groomed trails and you're a solid intermediate that wants a ski that's extremely light on your feet and easy to ski, the Rossignol Experience 80 is the ski for you. 5 out of 5 stars.
Hi I'm Steve and I just finished riding the Rossignol Experience 80 HD skis. I give these skis 5 out of 5 stars. They're a good advanced-beginner or intermediate skiier ski. They carve the turns really well but they're also super forgiving. Very stable under foot, easy to ski and do well at higher speeds as well. And very comfortable on long carving turns. I give these 5 out of 5 stars.
Q: Hi, I am debating between the Rossi Experience 80 HD and 84 HD. I ski in Vermont (mainly Jay's Peak). I consider myself an intermediate (moving into an advanced intermediate) skier. I go down blues with relative ease and caution on blacks. I never venture on double blacks (and do not plan to). I ski only on piste, groomed trails. If you could provide your recommendation on what ski would better suit me and my skiing ability, it would be greatly appreciated. If it helps, I am about 6'2 and approximately 195 pounds. Thanks!
Asked : Feb 16, 2017
By : Adam, Burlington, Vermont
A:Based on your weight, ability and where you like to ski, I would recommend the Experience 84 HD for you. If you are getting more comfortable on Black Diamonds you will find the 84 more stable and easier to control. I would recommend the 178cm to be the optimal size for you.