The heart of a frontside carver with an easy freeride feel, the new EXPERIENCE 80 HD is the all-mountain benchmark for advanced skiers. The finely-tuned fusion of our patented Carbon Alloy Matrix, Air Tip, and Auto Turn Rocker technologies delivers high-definition precision with effortless versatility across all terrain and snow conditions. The entire mountain awaits experience more.
Skier level: Intermediate
Usage: All Mountain
AIR TIP , CENTRAL DUALTEC EXTENDED SIDECUT , CARBON ALLOY MATRIX ,POPLAR WOOD CORE
Size Available 144, 152, 160, 168, 176, 184
Main size 176
Sidecut 125 – 80 – 114 mm
Tip dimension 125
Waist dimension 80
Tail dimension 114
Ski Radius 16 m
Rocker height AUTO TURN ROCKER
Profile sidecuts AIR TIP
Core POPLAR WOOD CORE
Construction reinforcements CARBON ALLOY MATRIX
Sidecut: 125 – 80 – 114
CHOOSE YOUR SIZE:
Ski selection, both model and length, always will be a very personal and subjective decision. When making your length decision, we have found the following factors should be taken into consideration.
Optimal ski length is typically determined by the following order: weight, ability, height, and aggressiveness. Less aggressive advancing skiers should error on the shorter size, while more aggressive and accomplished skiers may choose to move up a size.
|Skier Weight||100-110lbs (7.5 stone)||105-115lbs (7.8 stone)||115-125lbs (8.5 Stone)||125-135lbs (9.25 stone)||130-140lbs (9.6 stone)||140-160lbs (10.75 stone)||160-180lbs (12.15 stone)||170-200lbs (13.25 stone)|
|Skier Height||58-60in (4.9 feet)||60-62in (5 feet)||62-64in (5.25 feet)||64-66in (5.4 feet)||66-68in (5.6 feet)||68-70in (5.75 feet)||70-74in (6 feet)||Over 74in (6.2 feet)|
Need more information and help fitting or choosing your Skis ? Call our shop on 0121 423 1160 or pop in and see us. In the meantime, if you are looking for Ski Boots to match then have a look at our Ski Boot Range and fitting service
Rossignol have been around in the Ski industry for many years for good reason. They have produced Skis since 1907 with the first pair of skis being made out of wood by a carpenter called Abel Rossignol.
They have won many world cup events since 1937 which is testament to their exacting standards and quality and commitment to workmanship and research and development.
By 1948, due to many World cup wins and the brand taking the first Olmypic gold, the brand name became a household name. It was in 1956 that Rossignol was bought by Laurent Boix-Vives and started selling skis all over the world and to this day are one of the best market leading brands in ski hardware.