Rossignol Experience 76
Based on 10 reviews
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- Great for a beginner
- Easy to turn
- Good for cruising groomers and pistes
- Excellent value for the price
- Stable and easy to use
Choose ski by height or weight? (Atomic Vantage 79 C 171cm vs Rossignol Experience 76 160cm)
If you prefer higher speeds, wider turns, and want more stability and float, go longer. My hunch is that you'll appreciate the shorter Rossi Experience 76. Perhaps in a few seasons you can swap them out for something a tad longer once your skills have developed more, but for now short-ish are great for progression. For reference, I'm pretty much the same height and weight as you, expert skier, and I prefer my skis in the 170-177 cm range.
8 months ago
Help choosing ski
* Rossi Experience 76. * Volkl Deacon 84 (bit more advanced but also very forgiving and super high performance). * Stockli Laser SC Orea - expensive (I ski Stockli and I've had some unfortunate warranty issues, but WOAH do those Swiss make a ski!!!). * Head Kore 88.
1 year ago
2021/ 22 Rossignol Experience 76 - **Used** \- $300 with bindings. It has been a while since I last skied but I expect to still be riding only green and blue runs, staying on the groomed trails for the most part. I wouldn't say I am a complete beginner but also not a true intermediate as I realize I lack some fundamentals like effortless parallel turns. Nonetheless, I hope to ski and learn a lot this year!.
8 months ago
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