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2012 Rossignol Experience 83 Reviews

kendal

Everywhere and everything, but not a specialist ski

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Pros: Easy to use, comfortable almost everywhere, fun (!)

Cons: Not quite as good as a specialist park/carving/powder ski

Airline baggage restrictions. As an instructor, they're one of my biggest fears; flying between northern and southern hemisphere seasons with skis/snowboard/boots/bindings means I really do need a 'one ski quiver' and I think I've found a good one. I bought the e83 based on reviews from this and other sites and I've been really rather impressed. Before I go on, about me:   Height: 6' Weight: ~150lb Skill level: Intermediate/Advanced Ski Length: 168cm   My first impression of the ski was mixed - they felt very heavy in my hand and I was worried they would be a mid-wide boat that I couldn't turn. On my feet, however, they were a different story - the early rise tip...
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