The Rossignol Experience 84 CA is a perfect carving ski for intermediates looking to improve all the way up to the advanced skier seeking a quick and agile ski for medium radius turns on the groomers. Rossignol's Air Tip Construction pulls heavier material away from the tip of the ski for a lower swing weight and easy maneuvering. The Experience 84 uses a Paulownia Wood Core blended with Carbon that keeps the ski stable, no matter how fast you push it, but still very light and lively for quicker, tighter turns. The Auto Turn Rocker utilizes rocker in the tip for easy turn initiation, camber underfoot for a strong grip on the snow, and rocker in the tail for effortless exits of a turn. An Extended Sidecut engages more effective edge with the more you angulate your turns and less effective edge the less you tip the ski on edge for maneuverability and control at any speed. We do include a Rossignol Axium 110 Binding with this Experience 84. If you want a ski that is very easy to carve at any speed, and feels light and stable on your feet, the Rossignol Experience 84 CA is a perfect selection for you!
Auto Turn Rocker
Paulownia Wood/Carbon Core
A Rossignol Axium 110 Binding is Included
Shipping Restriction: This item is not available for shipment outside of the United States.
A: Based on your weight, and where your ability was the 178cm would be the optimal size for you. Skiing is like riding a bike, you never forget how. After a few hours on the slopes you will be back at it like you never left.
Answered : Oct 18, 2016
By : Adam, Midwest
Q: What's the main difference between axiom and axial bindings?
Q: I'm looking to purchase these but trying to figure out sizing. 6'0 198lbs. Intermediate skill set. Blues and Black Slops. Mostly groomed trails. 170 ok size for me. Skied on Volkle RTM 165 last season.
A: We can only install bindings on skis if boots are purchased with them. The actual boot going into the binding must be present for proper installation and all required release testing to ensure that the binding functions correctly. This is done for the user?s safety.
Answered : Sep 26, 2016
By : Adam, Midwest
Q: Hello, I'm 5'5" intermediate (single or double blues, struggle in single black diamond) at 140 lbs, looking to own a ski and hopefully improve my level. I read a lot of great reviews for Rossi experience 84 and this seems to be a phenomenal deal (with bindings). What would be a best ski length for me? 154 cm or 162cm? Thank you