The Rossignol Experience 98 is the ski for you if you like to do the following: Spend time cruising all over the mountain on blues and blacks, jump into the trees or off-trail if the conditions look good, want a ski that can handle the spring time crud and slush and be able to carve the bulletproof ice the East Coast produces. The Experience 98 is for the skier that wants to be able to experience the mountain whenever they want during the year. The E98 is a great ski.
Minicap Sandwich Sidewall construction provides solid edge hold and increases torsional stiffness.
Wood with Titanal - With the combination of a full woodcore and sheet of titanal, the Experience 98 is rock solid on any type of terrain or condition. Tons of energy, tons of power, tons of fun.
Auto Turn Rocker - The ski has 30% Rocker in the tip and tail and 70% camber underfoot. This increases the skiers control and makes the ski incredibly easy to turn in any snow condition. Better float in powder and solid edge hold on hardpack, it's the best of both worlds. Cascade Tip - Reduces the skis overall weight and provides more control through any size turn.
The Experience 98 does not come with a binding. We recommend you use a binding that will accommodate your skiing needs (backcountry, touring, all-mountain, freestyle etc.). Be sure the brake width and release settings will work for your particular activity. Questions about what's best for you, contact an expert at TheSkiMonster.com.
Recommended Binding: Marker Jester. See pictures below to see how your Rossignol Experience 98 and Marker Jester would look.
• Core Material: Wood
• Profile: Rocker/Camber/Rocker
• Gender: Mens
• Tip Width: 132 mm
• Waist Width: 98 mm
• Tail Width: 128 mm
• Tail Shape: Slightly elevated
• Radius: 19.9 @ 180 cm
• Ability Level: Advanced to Expert
• Binding: None
• Warranty: 1 Year
• Offered Sizes: 172, 180, 188 cm
• Model Year: 2013
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