Two pairs available,with bindings, NEVER SKIED!
177 length: 128/98/118 (good for men under 200 lbs. or women over 135 lbs.)
168 length: 124/94/114 (good for men or women under 135 lbs.)
Rockered Tip and Tail; Camber underfoot. Twin tip, Sandwich Laminate Wood/Fiberglass Core provides excellent stability, responsiveness and durability. Traditional sidewalls apply direct pressure to the edges for increased precision and edging power.
Top-of-the-line Rossignol Axial 2
177 length: DIN goes up to 12, mounted for 305 boot length, can be adjusted up or down about 10 mm without remounting
168 length: DIN goes up to 10, mounted for 275 boot length, can be adjusted up or down about 10 mm without remounting
Considered by many to be the best all-around ski produced by Rossignol in the past 20 years. Light, agile, playful without turning into a noodle at speed. Effortless in powder/crud, great in trees, but will also edge and carve on hardpack. Extremely versatile and favored by many skiers over the current Rossignol lineup, which many find too light and chattery. Not the best choice for someone over 200 lbs. who wants to power through everything, but phenomenal for a lighter- or average-weight skier who loves to play all over the mountain in all conditions.
I purchased these for myself and my wife (who also an instructor) as backups for our older S3s for when they wore out. The problem is, the older ones just don't seem to wear! Both skis are mounted with excellent bindings and have been tuned and waxed by Precision Ski in Frisco so they're ready to go.
$400 each pair, plus $40 shipping (or pick up for free in Denver or Summit County, Colorado).