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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: Medium - the casual skier with athletic ability

Medium - the casual skier with athletic ability

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

Rocker/Camber/Rocker skis for versatile all-mountain

 Overview
 

The Experience 80 from Rossignol is a perfect ski for the true intermediate skier that is looking to improve their skills on the groomed trails. Rossignol's Auto Turn Rocker has a rockered tip to ease your entry into turns. Camber underfoot will give you a grip on the snow, and rebound into your next turn. The rocker in the tail will allow the ski to release from turns with less effort. The Experience 80 has a Paulownia Wood Core that is very lively when making short to medium radius turns, and will be stable at the speeds that an intermediate skier will reach. The Extended Sidecut of the Experience 80 allows you to make any turn shape at any speed by giving you more effective edge at higher speeds, and less effective edge at lower speeds, making it a great ski for dads that ski with the family, and get a couple of runs to go cut loose. Rossignol's Air Tip construction moves heavier material away from the tip of the ski to making easier to maneuver, especially in short turns. If you are a solid intermediate looking for a ski that will be very easy to ski, and will allow you to improve rapidly, the Rossignol Experience 80 will make a great ski for you.


  • Auto Turn Rocker
  • Air Tip
  • Extended Sidecut
  • Paulownia Wood Core
  • 3.8kg/Pair



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Skill Range: Intermediate-AdvancedIntermediate

 

 Specifications

Ski Specifications

Ski Gear Intended Use: All Mountain
Bindings Included: Yes
What Binding is Included?: Xelium 110
Binding DIN: 3.5-11
Binding Weight Range: 95-220 lbs.
Tip/Waist/Tail Widths: 125/80/114 (@176cm)
Tail Profile: Flared
Actual Turn Radius @ Specified Length: 15m (@168cm)
Construction Type: Cap/Sidewall
Core Material: Wood
Used: No
Metal Layer: None
Warranty: Two Years
Skill Range: Intermediate-AdvancedIntermediate
Model Year: 2016
Model Number: RRE01ET.144
Product ID: 390986
Shipping Restriction: This item is not available for shipment outside of the United States.
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2016 Rossignol Experience 80 Ski Review by Mike B.
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Hey, I'm Mike I just got done skiing the Rossignol Experience 80. Gonna give this ski a 4 out of 5 stars. I would say this ski is intended for the advanced beginner all the way up through the intermediate. It's going to be a great frontside ski predominately making medium and some long radius turns. It's got a nice 80 under the foot so if you tend to get into a little bit of transitional snow or some light chop it will handle it okay. It's going to be a great all-day ski. It won't beat you up. It'll carve. It'll do just about everything so 4 out of 5 for the Rossignol Experience 80.
 
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2016 Rossignol Experience 80 Ski Review by Thom
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Hi, I'm Thom and I just got off of the Rossignol Experience 80. This is a 5 out of 5 star ski for me. Really impressed with this thing. It's definitely geared toward your athletic beginner through your mid-level intermediate but it's a ski that will absolutely make you a better skier. The thing skids and smears turns very controlled, very predictable because of the rocker in the tip and tail but when you put the thing up on edge, it really carves a turn very, very well. So, for somebody who's really looking accelerate how good of a skier they are and get better quickly, it's definitely a great choice for them. 5 out of 5 stars.
 
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2016 Rossignol Experience 80 Ski Review by Adam
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I'm Adam and I was just skiing on the Rossignol Experience 80. I give this ski 5 out of 5 stars for that solid intermediate skier. If you are looking to skid a turn or have total control over all of the groomed runs, this is a great ski for ya. It has Auto- Turn Rocker in the tip and tail so it makes it really maneuverable for pretty much any turn shape you want to be and it's not too terrible at medium to fast speeds too so it does hold an edge very well. The one thing about it is with the rocker/camber/rocker profile, it does ski a little bit on the shorter side so don't afraid to add an extra length to this ski because it'll just make it more stable the more you progress. 5 out of 5.
 
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2016 Rossignol Experience 80 Ski Review by Hans
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Hi, this Hans. I just came off the Rossignol Experience 80. This is one of my favorite skis every year. It's definitely designed for your intermediate to advanced-intermediate skier that's looking for a second pair of skis; a little bit more performance. Great in short turns. If you go fast in long turns it might lose an edge a little bit but you can take it anywhere you want to go. I give this ski a 4 out of 5.
 
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2016 Rossignol Experience 80 Ski Review by Josh H.
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Hey, this is Josh. Just got off the Experience 80 by Rossignol. Pretty solid ski. I really enjoyed skiing this one. It's a ski for that intermediate skier. I'd say beginners could ride this ski, an advanced skier can ride this ski as well but it's really aimed to that kind of intermediate ski category. Tad bit of rocker in the tip, a lot of camber underfoot, really helps to initiate that turn and makes nice, smooth long radius turns. It is responsive enough if you really want to do some quick, short turns as well but it really kind of lives in that long radius turn category. Fun ski, stable, held an edge really well. Definitely a 4 out of 5 star ski for that intermediate skier.
 
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2016 Rossignol Experience 80 Ski Review by Lucas
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Hey, Lucas here. I just got off the Experience 80 by Rossignol. I enjoyed this ski. I'd place it for a little more beginner-intermediate. A lot of room for improvement with yourself on this ski. Really facilitates turns with a little bit of rocker and partial sidewall underfoot. A lot of fun. 4 out of 5 stars.
 
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Q: I am 61 - 5'10" 190 lbs. Beginner to intermediate skier - wanting to ski more but too busy. Groomed slope skier only. Wondering on this ski and length for someone who will try to ski 3 to 4 times a year.
Asked : Nov 30, 2016
By : Jeff, Denver
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A: Based on your weight and ability the 176cm will be the optimal size for you.
Answered : Dec 01, 2016
By : Adam, Midwest
Q: Hi, Im looking into getting my first set of ski after renting. I would consider myself an advanced beginner and slowly getting better. I mainly ride groomed runs throughout the day with just a bit of off trail stuff here and there to get to another run. I am 6'5" and weight 200lbs. Would these skis be good for me and what length would you suggest. I will be getting the Salomon X pro 80 boots in a 32.5 so will these binding fit that big of boot. I will be ordering everything from here. Thank you.
Asked : Nov 29, 2016
By : Gary, Livermore
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A: The E80 makes a great ski for someone coming out of rentals. Based on your weight the 178cm would be the best size for you. Yes, that binding system will accommodate a 32.5 without any issues.
Answered : Nov 30, 2016
By : Adam, Midwest
Q: I'm 31 years old, 5'10.5" 175 lbs. It's my 2nd full year skiing, and I would say I am intermediate level. I am cautious a lot, but also enjoy going at speed..I tend to traverse a lot. I have skiied rental skis at 168 mostly, and enjoy them- although they're poor quality. But I find that a lot of people my size are going with 176. What do you recommend?
Asked : Oct 17, 2016
By : Moonlight, Oregon
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A: Based on your weight, ability, and skiing history the 176cm is the optimal size for you. You will find the E 80 much lighter, more stable, and easier to maneuver than a rental ski.
Answered : Oct 17, 2016
By : Adam, Midwest
Q: I'm 58yrs old, 5'9" & 170lbs. My skiing level is a fairly decent intermediate level (groomers). I'm looking to purchase vice rent as I have since breaking my leg (bad) in a ski accident 10+yrs ago. Under ideal conditions I have no problems. However under soft, steep downhill conditions, it's a physical (painful) challenge. Would this ski be a good fit for me and at what length?
Asked : Oct 14, 2016
By : JimmyD10N, Italy
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A: Based on your age, weight, ability, and skiing history the 168cm would be the appropriate length for you. You will find that the Experience 80 is lightweight, forgiving and easy to maneuver. Way better than a heavy and responsive standard rental ski.
Answered : Oct 14, 2016
By : Adam, Midwest
Q: I just began skiing a few years ago, am a cautious 70 year old skier and consider myself at the low end intermediate level. My height is 5'8" and weight is 170. For my age, I'm athletic and still participate in a variety of sports. I've been using a pair of used rental skis I purchased and would like to move up to a better quality pair of skis.
Asked : Oct 05, 2016
By : Lefty, Flagstaff, AZ
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A: This makes the perfect ski for a skier in your boots. You will find that this will be much lighter, less fatiguing, easier to control and more stable than your used pair of rental skis. Based on your weight, the amount of rocker in this ski, and you being a cautious skier, the 168cm would be the optimal size for you. It is always nice to see someone picking up the sport later in life.
Answered : Oct 06, 2016
By : Adam, Midwest
Q: I am looking at the experience 80 ski moving out of rentals i am 5'10 205lbs where i ski the rental i was one the most was a head bys 160. looking to see what size i should go with or should i step up to the e84 i am a intermediate skier lots of ice and slush in michigan. thanks
Asked : Aug 22, 2016
By : josh, michigan
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A: The Experience 80 is a great ski for someone looking to move out of rentals. Based on your weight, ability, and the amount of rocker in the Experience 80 I would strongly encourage you to look at the 176cm, or even the 184cm if you are athletic, or you like to ski fast. Rental shops do skiers a great disservice when they put skiers your size into skis that are way too small. A ski too short ski can actually take control away from you, rather than pushing back with adequate rebound and stability.
Answered : Aug 24, 2016
By : Adam, Midwest
Q: Hi there, I am an intermediate skier, reasonably athletic, 5'11 and 195 pounds. I was looking at the Rossignol E80 - would you recommend the 176 or 184? Also, would the Salomon QST 92 work?
Asked : Aug 07, 2016
By : Matt, NYC and Afghanistan
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A: Based on your weight and athleticism the 184cm would be optimal for you. If you are going to spend all of your time on the groomed trails the Experience 80 would be the best choice. If you are going to head off trail once in a while the QST 92 would be a better option.
Answered : Aug 08, 2016
By : Adam, Midwest
Q: I weigh 235 lbs. and the bindings with these skis appear to be limited to 220 lbs. Will these not work for me?
Asked : Mar 16, 2016
By : John, Ann Arbor, MI
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A: The bindings have a DIN range that goes up to 11, you will fit into the DIN Range without an issue. Depending on your level of aggressiveness you may not be getting enough energy transfer to get optimal performance out of your skis. If you are just a recreational skier, getting out and having fun you will be fine. If you are more of performance skier looking for speed and power, you will want to consider another option.
Answered : Mar 17, 2016
By : Adam, Midwest
Q: Are the Bindings mounted? If not, how do I ask to get them mounted?
Asked : Feb 17, 2016
By : John, Kirkland, WA
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A: We can only mount bindings if boots are purchased with them. The actual boot that is going into the bindings is required to perform all necessary inspections and physical testing to ensure that they function correctly for your safety. Most ski shops have a technician that is certified to mount and adjust Rossignol bindings.
Answered : Feb 17, 2016
By : Adam, Midwest
Q: Hi, looking to purchase new skis and zeroed in on 2016 Rossignol Experience 80 Ski. I'm a mid 50's fairly athletic intermediate skier (5'8" /165lbs). Your reviews are quite good and wondering your thoughts of these vs. another option? Also, what size would you suggest 160cm or 168cm? Thanks!
Asked : Feb 02, 2016
By : BarryD, Potomac, MD
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A: Based on your weight and ability the 168cm would be the size for you. If you are an athletic intermediate the Experience 84 would be a little better option for you. The E84 is just as easy to turn, a little wider underfoot for busting through crud, and more stable at speed.
Answered : Feb 04, 2016
By : Adam, Midwest
 
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