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Can anyone identify what model these Rossignol skis are?

post #1 of 11
Thread Starter 

I think they're about 3-4 years old - I completely forget the model and can't seem to find more info online. Only numbers on this are 'WJD903'

 

Thanks in advance...

 

James
 

 

 

 

 

 

post #2 of 11

The model name is the Cut.

 

It's famous for being a Resort Rental ski. a lower to mid imtermediate ski that is very forgiving and an easy turning ski to carve or to skid turn, whichever floats your boat.

 

There's a ton of them, different color and year on Ebay all the time.

post #3 of 11

More specifically, Cut J  (for junior).

 

 

The reason you can't find much on line is because most online gear sites don't go back 10 years.

post #4 of 11

 

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Originally Posted by comprex View Post

 

More specifically, Cut J  (for junior).

 

 

The reason you can't find much on line is because most online gear sites don't go back 10 years.

Maybe not, but resorts still rent that one and some older versions

post #5 of 11

 

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Maybe not, but resorts still rent that one and some older versions

 

That's a BIG reason I would like the gear wiki here to include all the old models, indexed by date.

post #6 of 11

3-4 years, huh?  Try 10-12! 

post #7 of 11
Thread Starter 

 

Well... obviously I'm not the original owner.

 

thanks guys, appreciate the tip!

post #8 of 11


 

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Originally Posted by crgildart View Post

 

 

Maybe not, but resorts still rent that one and some older versions


 

I actually saw pairs of K2 Fours this year that were still being rented out.  That is an old ski.

post #9 of 11
Thread Starter 

Quick update - I don't think I'll keep these skis for next season. Should I toss them on ebay or just straight toss them and keep the bindings? Looks like they only cost about $40-50 brand new! (skis, not the bindings)

post #10 of 11

Save the skis for furniture/sleds/etc and toss the bindings -- they are most likely not indemnified anymore (which, among other things, means a shop won't touch them).

post #11 of 11

 

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Originally Posted by skier219 View Post

 

Save the skis for furniture/sleds/etc and toss the bindings -- they are most likely not indemnified anymore (which, among other things, means a shop won't touch them).

 

What he said.

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