The morning starts off icy and hard packed. By noon it starts to soften up with an afternoon storm dropping a few inches of fresh powder. It's the perfect day for the Experience 80CI. The Air Tip construction filters rough terrain shocks as you confidently face those icy patches first thing in the morning. To aid in snow contact and stability, line control technology (LTC) is integrated into the ski so the ice won't kick you back into the lodge; and when the sun gets higher and the snow softens, the all-terrain rocker balances that remaining hard pack with precision while providing play in fresh snow. The progressive side cut aids in instant turn engagement, giving you the freedom to mix it up between the groomers, bumps, and trees. When the storm rolls in during the afternoon and flakes start to fall, the 80mm waist keeps you afloat so you can explore all the terrain the resort has to offer.
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Rossignol Experience 80CI Ski
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