Rossignol's Experience 76 loves to zoom down steep, firm groomers, but has the profile and the personality to get you through a variety of conditions. Its 76 millimeter waist and generous underfoot camber is undoubtedly frontside oriented, yet the progressive, freeride-inspired sidecut and tip rocker can tackle softer snow, too. Rossignol's Line Control Technology keeps the Experience 76 CI impressively stable and easy to control at speed, while the poppy poplar wood core and carbon reinforcements add energy, responsiveness, and an quick, snappy feel. Air Tip VAS boasts integrated dampening filters in the tip of the ski, which offers a more consistent power transfer and an overall lighter swing weight for a confidence-inducing ride that you'll enjoy virtually any day of the season.
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