In Depth Staff Reviews:
By: Matt McDonald
Check out our preview of 2020 Rossignol skis.
Highlights from the 2019 Rossignol skis lineup:
Improving the Experience
Rossignol's Experience line (formerly the Temptation on the women's side) has been one of skiing's most popular, and best-selling, skis for several years.
In 2019, it stays true to both the brand and the line (see the weight-saving honeycomb tip) and also introduces LCT (Line Control Technology), a new Rossignol innovation born from a World Cup racing background that incorporates a metal spine from tip to tail. The goal: give the Experience a consistently smooth flex throughout and stabilize the ride.
The new Experience also features a new shape, which looks decidedly more all-mountain with increased off-trail versatility. The women's ... Continue Reading
2018 Rossignol Experience 88 HD Description:
A perennial favorite for all mountain skiers, the Experience 88 is back for the 2018 season with nothing but a graphic change. Last season Rossignol added a Carbon Alloy Matrix to the E88 for greater stability and edge grip as well as amplified energy and pop. Skiers loved the upgrade but appreciated that despite this change the E88 maintained the lightweight and maneuverable feel that was valued in its predecessors. An all-mountain ripper for expert skiers, the E88 is a ski that you can take down any run with confidence.
2018 Rossignol Experience 88 HD Specs:
Skis In The Rossignol all mountain Series:
Experience 100 HD TI (100mm) In Stock
Experience 88 HD (88mm) In Stock
Temptation 84 (84mm) In Stock
Experience 84 HD (84mm) In Stock