Rossignol combined race technology and a freeride-inspired profile to create the Experience 94TI Ski. With a 94-millimeter waist, this ski is the widest in the Experience line, giving you a platform that performs on and off-piste. Rossignol's new All Terrain Rocker shape blends a progressive tip and early-rise tail with underfoot camber, adding to the ski's all-mountain versatility by providing enough float to manage deeper conditions while maintaining a superior edge hold in firm snow. A generous sidecut makes turn initiation a breeze, adding playfulness and maneuverability on corduroy and crud alike, and the new Air Tip VAS dampens initial shock for a more stable ride and cleaner power transfer. Possibly the most exciting in the list of Rossignol's new technologies that are highlighted in this ski is the patented Line Control Technology--a power rail that runs from the tip to the tail--working to eliminate counter-flexing and giving you smooth, efficient control as you rip down your steepest, most epic lines of the season.
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