In Depth Staff Reviews:
By: Matt McDonald
If we had a dollar for every time customers say they're looking for "good all mountain skis," we would...well...we would own more pairs of good all mountain skis.
In today's skiing landscape, defining categories of gear can be tough. All mountain skis differ for different people. The powder-hungry freeride skier at Jackson skis the whole mountain on playful sticks with waist widths around 110 millimeters. The rad dad drops his kids at a lesson in the morning and has four hours to charge every trail off the summit quad on the widest skis he's ever used—metal-loaded chargers that measure 93 millimeters underfoot. The Bostonian escapes to Killington to rip bumps, groomers, and tree stashes on 85-millimeter-wide Swiss Army knives that are the best "all mountain" skis he read about ... Continue Reading
2020 Rossignol Experience 88 Ti Description:
The Revamped Experience 88Ti is a master of fun and a precision instrument for mountain mischief. The New LCT technology adds a vertical titanium rail to the center of the ski, which in conjunction with the Titanal infused core provides astounding edge hold and resistance to counter flex. The Air Tip with VAS lightens your load while also dampening feedback and chatter from the tips when riding at warp speed. The skis all terrain rocker laughs in the face of crud and will keep you afloat if the day turns stormy. The Experience 88 has been around for many season in multiple forms, but the 2019 version is truly a pinnacle of Rossignols ski making expertise. It is a sweet spot ski that should appeal to many skiers from coast to coast.
2020 Rossignol Experience 88 Ti Specs: