Waist width is how wide skis are underfoot - directly under the binding at their narrowest point.
Playful skis are easy to maneuver, and are generally more flexible and forgiving. They excel in trees, bumps, and on side hits. For some skiers, they may leave something to be desired when making big fast turns.
These skis bridge the gap between playful and directional. They have enough backbone to carve at speed yet can make short quick turns when needed.
Directional skis are confidence inspiring at speed, especially when carving bigger turns. They excel at hard snow carving and big mountain ripping. For some skiers, they may leave somethign to be desired when making short quick turns.
A demo ski is a used ski that comes with a mounted binding that can be adjusted to any boot size. Demo skis typically come from demo fleets or programs, whether on the mountain, in a mountain town shop, or from the manufacturer.
A new ski is brand new and has never been on snow. New skis can come either with or without bindings. If a ski is referred to as "flat" it means the ski does not come with bindings.
Some skis are paired with bindings while others are not. If a ski does not come with bindings, they must be purchased separately, as bindings are required to use a ski. We have a large selection of bindings available. When you select a ski you will see compatible bindings.
If a ski is referred to as "flat" it means the ski does not come with bindings.
Rossignol has been a major player in the ski world for over 100 years. Their newer skis have made a huge impact on the snowsports industry in the past few seasons. The incredibly popular and well-received freeride skis in the 7 series (Soul 7, Sin 7, Super 7, Squad 7, Star 7, Savory 7, Saffron 7, Sassy 7) are seen worldwide, as are their all-mountain rippers in the Experience and Temptation series. Rossignol has their game dialed in, and they make a ski that is perfect for any occasion. Fun facts: Rossignol means Nightingale in French, and Rossignol was founded in 1907 by Abel Rossignol, who carved his first pair of skis from a solid block of wood.