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$549.95 at REI

It takes a lot of work to ski the whole mountain with confidence, but the Rossignol Experience 84 Ski makes things a whole lot eas...ier and more fun. It's built to handle soft snow, groomers, hardpack, and ice from the Appalachians to the Rockies to the Sierras, with an intermediate 84mm waist and extended sidecut that engages more aggressively the faster you go, letting you hold a super-solid edge at speed and pivot with ease when you decide to rein things in a little bit. The Auto Turn Rocker's also designed to make ripping everything you point the Experience at completely intuitive, with high camber underfoot for top-shelf edge hold and mild rocker in the tip and tail to smooth out uneven snow, plane through powder, and turn on a dime. Even though it's decked out with carbon fiber and fiberglass laminates to keep it reasonably stiff and aggressive, the Experience 84 weighs in at under eight pounds, tying the much smaller Experience 77 and 75 for the distinction of lightest ski in Rossignol's all-mountain line. The super-light Paulownia wood core has a lot to do with this, as does the honeycomb-style Air Tip, which has been cribbed from Rossignol's famous 7 Series skis to reduce swing weight, improve flotation, and eliminate the tip vibration that can plague rockered skis. The Experience is also built with Maxicap sandwich construction, which combines a lightweight cap design with partial sidewalls for an ideal balance of weight and edge grip, so you can shred whatever terrain you feel like without a second thought. Read More

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Rossignol
$549.95 at REI

It takes a lot of work to ski the whole mountain with confidence, but the Rossignol Experience 84 Ski makes things a whole lot eas...ier and more fun. It's built to handle soft snow, groomers, hardpack, and ice from the Appalachians to the Rockies to the Sierras, with an intermediate 84mm waist and extended sidecut that engages more aggressively the faster you go, letting you hold a super-solid edge at speed and pivot with ease when you decide to rein things in a little bit. The Auto Turn Rocker's also designed to make ripping everything you point the Experience at completely intuitive, with high camber underfoot for top-shelf edge hold and mild rocker in the tip and tail to smooth out uneven snow, plane through powder, and turn on a dime. Even though it's decked out with carbon fiber and fiberglass laminates to keep it reasonably stiff and aggressive, the Experience 84 weighs in at under eight pounds, tying the much smaller Experience 77 and 75 for the distinction of lightest ski in Rossignol's all-mountain line. The super-light Paulownia wood core has a lot to do with this, as does the honeycomb-style Air Tip, which has been cribbed from Rossignol's famous 7 Series skis to reduce swing weight, improve flotation, and eliminate the tip vibration that can plague rockered skis. The Experience is also built with Maxicap sandwich construction, which combines a lightweight cap design with partial sidewalls for an ideal balance of weight and edge grip, so you can shred whatever terrain you feel like without a second thought. Read More

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Rossignol
$349.93 at REI

Don't let conditions or terrain dictate where you can go on your skis--grab the Rossignol Sin 7 Ski and be the master of your own ...destiny. A 98mm waist width gives you enough to float effortless through powder, especially when combined with the Powder Turn Rocker that is a progressive tip and tail rocker. Not to worry though, the Sin 7 is no one-trick pony either. Camber underfoot lets you easily transition over to harder snow or groomers, without feeling like you've just stepped onto an ice rink with no skates on. The paulownia wood core is extremely light, but certainly doesn't lack for pop or playfulness when you're spinning laps through your favorite backcountry playground. In case you're rockin' these early season, or just with low coverage in general, rest easy knowing that the minicap sidewall construction is built with a traditional sidewall for durability, just slimmed down to save some weight. Read More

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Rossignol
$649.95 at REI

There's a lot of mountain to ski, and only a few short hours of daylight to get it all done, so you'd better strap on the Rossigno...l Experience 88 Ski and stop wasting time. The Experience is down to get after it whether it's gray and snowy, bluebird with fresh corduroy, icy midwinter in New England, or a little bit of everything rolled up into one afternoon, thanks to its lightweight construction, 88mm waist, and versatile camber profile. Rossignol designed it with the same Auto Turn Rocker as all the other skis in the Experience line, giving it high camber underfoot for serious edging power and throwing in a moderately rockered tip and tail to give it a nimble feel and better soft-snow performance. The sidecut radius has been extended, so you get radically more edge contact as you lay the ski on edge, giving you more power and control at higher speeds without sacrificing quickness and nimbleness when you're just cruising. A great all-mountain ski has to be stiff on hardpack but light and maneuverable to get through tight spots, and the Experience hits the mark by combining a light, lively poplar core with a basalt fiber laminate, giving the ski enough stiffness to rally through crud and over ice without taking away its quickness in trees and tight chutes. Rossignol designed with a minicap sandwich construction, which blends traditional rugged sidewalls with a lightweight cap to provide a killer combination of grip and lightness, and finished the Experience off with their now-trademark Air Tip, which uses a honeycomb construction to lighten the tip, reducing vibration and chatter for a smooth, predictable ride in all conditions, which is the whole point of the Experience, after all. Read More

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Rossignol
$749.95 at REI

You need a ski to tackle the entire mountain, which is why you've turned towards the Rossignol Experience 100 Ski. Built with both... fun and durability in mind, the Experience 100 is built with a minicap sandwich laminate that won't shy away from big lines and gnarly chutes. The poplar and titanal core gives you plenty of pop and responsiveness, so you can turn on a dime, even when things are getting heated. A 100mm waist width gives you plenty of real estate for stomping airs, not to mention ample float for deeper days, but the extended sidecut makes sure that you can rail groomers right along with your friends on skinnier skis. Read More

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Rossignol
$374.93 at REI

Some days call for fat powder boards and others for skinny groomer-demolishing skis, but everything in between is prime territory ...for the Rossignol Temptation 88 Women's Ski. It's a true quiver-killer, designed to handle everything the mountain throws at it, from leftover pow stashes to small moguls to bulletproof hardpack, all with a cheeky smile and hefty dose of fun. At 88mm underfoot, the Temptation 88 isn't the biggest ski in Rossignol's all-mountain line (that honor goes to the Temptation 100), but it might be the most versatile. It sports the same Auto Turn Rocker as all of Rossi's all-mountain rippers, with camber underfoot for edge grip and a gently rockered tip and tail to make short work of boot-deep powder, tight trees, and rough storm leftovers. The sidecut's been extended, too, to provide more edge contact when you lay the ski over without sacrificing the ability to pivot quickly when you keep it flat, so you can rip groomers one lap and slice your way through glades the next. Although she can charge, the Temptation is a nimble ski, thanks in large part to the snappy, lively poplar core and basalt fiber laminate, which is stiff enough to be driven hard and light enough that it won't ever feel like it's in charge. It uses Rossignol's trademark Air Tip construction to keep weight down and eliminate the tip chatter that can be a problem for rockered skis, and is built with a hybrid Minicap sandwich construction, which combines cap and sandwich designs for a top-shelf combo of edge hold and lightness. All this will make the Temptation 88 your go-to coast-to-coast board in all but the deepest and most bulletproof conditions. Read More

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Rossignol
$649.95 at REI

When we demo skis each season the Rossignol Experience 88 Skis are always some of the most popular. These skis are fast fun and ea...sy to control even when skiing fast. Quick carving is easy thanks to Auto Turn Rocker's blend of camber and rocker. The exten Read More

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Rossignol
$424.93 at REI

If you spend your time on the west coast, mobbing through day-old powder, ripping steep lines, and charging the occasional groomer..., you'll fall head over heels with the Rossignol Temptation 100 Women's Ski. It's an all-mountain crusher, to be sure, but at 100mm underfoot, it's bigger than a lot of east-coast powder skis, so it won't feel out of its depth if the flakes start to pile up. It might not be the most versatile ski in Rossignol's all-mountain lineup (that honor probably goes to the Temptation 88), but the Temptation 100 is easily the most comfortable in deep, uneven snow and at high speed. It sports the same Auto Turn Rocker as all of Rossi's all-mountain rippers, with camber underfoot for edge grip and a gently rockered tip and tail to make short work of boot-deep powder, tight trees, and rough storm leftovers. The sidecut's been extended, too, to provide more edge contact when you lay the ski over without sacrificing the ability to pivot quickly when you keep it flat, so you can rip groomers one lap and slice your way through glades the next. Although she has a titanal laminate to help her open up the throttle and charge, the Temptation is a surprisingly nimble ski, thanks in large part to the snappy, lively poplar core that's stiff enough to be driven hard and light enough that it won't ever feel like it's in charge. It uses Rossignol's trademark Air Tip construction to keep weight down and eliminate the tip chatter that can be a problem for rockered skis, and is built with a hybrid Minicap sandwich construction, which combines cap and sandwich designs for a top-shelf combo of edge hold and lightness. If you split your time between off-piste and on, and can't wait for the deeper days, the Temptation 100 is likely to take the top spot in your quiver. Read More

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Rossignol
$174.95 $104.97 at Backcountry.com

Brand: Rossignol. Product Style: 2014 Rossignol Junior Fun Girl J3 White Ski Boots. The Rossignol Fun Girl J3 is a perfect boot fo...r your little lady to prefect her skills with. The four buckle design in a classic overlap boot will give her the flex and control that she needs to improve. An EVA Machined foam liner gives her plenty of padding and cushion to give smaller feet the comfort and warmth they will need to be out on the slopes all day. Read More

Rossignol
$174.95 $104.97 at Backcountry.com

Your little gal has caught the ski bug, so make sure she has the comfortable and progressive Rossignol Girls' Fun Girl J3 Ski Boot... to help her develop her skills. It has a warm Comfort Fit liner and bootboard insulation to make sure her feet feel good all day, and a narrow last built to hold little paws securely in place without pinching or squeezing. To provide a youngster-specific flex, Rossignol bi-injected the shell, creating a stiff lower boot and a more flexible upper cuff that's easy to get on and off without compromising skiability, and included diagonal buckles with adjustable catches to accommodate growing feet. The Fun Girl also has a color scheme that a little shredette can't help but love. Read More

Rossignol
$139.95 $97.96 at Backcountry.com

Glide the day away on forest roads and in untracked glades with the comfort and firm support of the Rossignol BC X6 cross-country ...ski boots. Thinsulate linings will keep your feet warm while you explore snowy backcountry trails. Cordura nylon lace covers extend up above the ankles to keep fresh snow out. Inner boots mold to match the contours of your feet as you ski for maximum comfort and control. Speed-lock lace system is simple to use and gives good support for feet. Free-hinge cuffs with rip-and-stick power straps increase stability, power and control. NNN BC soles with double guide grooves maximize boot/ski contact for all-terrain stability. Rossignol BC X6 cross-country ski boots are compatible with NNN BC bindings. Read More

Rossignol
$649.95 $454.96 at Backcountry.com

The Rossignol AllTrack Pro 130 Ski Boot delivers precision fit and stiffness for going big in- bounds, plus warmth and lightweight... versatility when the backcountry beckons. With 130 flex and new, external Sensor Grid technology to improve shell wrapping and torsional rigidity, this boot delivers power, precision, and efficient energy transmission without added weight. The OptiSensor 3D liner features a softer ankle and instep and a stiffer heel for secure lockdown; Thinsulate keeps you warm without losing fit efficiency. Reinforced vertical ribs in the upper cuff lock upper and lower shells together for unprecedented downhill performance when you're in ski mode; when you flip to hike mode, a U-shaped lower cuff allows tons of mobility for hiking the ridge. At this level, there are no strictly resort or backcountry-only skiers; there are go-anywhere, ski-anything fun hogs. Rossignol's AllTrack series of boots combines the responseand performance of on-piste ski boots with the versatility and light weight you need to access the backcountry. The Pro 130 is the stiffest, mostperformance-oriented boot in the line; the 'Pro' designation means it is builtaround a 100mm last for skiers with feet of medium width and volume who are looking for a snugger performance fit. Read More

Rossignol
$649.95 $454.96 at Backcountry.com

The Rossignol AllTrack Pro 130 Ski Boot delivers precision fit and stiffness for going big in- bounds, plus warmth and lightweight... versatility when the backcountry beckons. With 130 flex and new, external Sensor Grid technology to improve shell wrapping and torsional rigidity, this boot delivers power, precision, and efficient energy transmission without added weight. The OptiSensor 3D liner features a softer ankle and instep and a stiffer heel for secure lockdown; Thinsulate keeps you warm without losing fit efficiency. Reinforced vertical ribs in the upper cuff lock upper and lower shells together for unprecedented downhill performance when you're in ski mode; when you flip to hike mode, a U-shaped lower cuff allows tons of mobility for hiking the ridge. At this level, there are no strictly resort or backcountry-only skiers; there are go-anywhere, ski-anything fun hogs. Rossignol's AllTrack series of boots combines the responseand performance of on-piste ski boots with the versatility and light weight you need to access the backcountry. The Pro 130 is the stiffest, mostperformance-oriented boot in the line; the 'Pro' designation means it is builtaround a 100mm last for skiers with feet of medium width and volume who are looking for a snugger performance fit. Read More

Rossignol
$649.95 $422.47 at Backcountry.com

There are times when you crave the performance of a World Cup race boot, and probably just as many, if not more, times when you do...n't want the discomfort associated with many boots of that style. Rossignol brings you the best of both worlds with the Experience SI 130 Ski Boot. The 130 flex is stiff enough for even seasoned racers, but the Sensor Fit liner inside is a much more accommodating feel than you'll find in most comparable ski boots. The 97mm last secures your foot, so you won't experience slippage when you're maching down a steep face directly below the lift. In case you feel the urge to do a bit of hiking, the Grip soles with sticky rubber will help keep you from tumbling off the side of the mountain. Read More

Rossignol
$649.95 $422.47 at Backcountry.com

There are times when you crave the performance of a World Cup race boot, and probably just as many, if not more, times when you do...n't want the discomfort associated with many boots of that style. Rossignol brings you the best of both worlds with the Experience SI 130 Ski Boot. The 130 flex is stiff enough for even seasoned racers, but the Sensor Fit liner inside is a much more accommodating feel than you'll find in most comparable ski boots. The 97mm last secures your foot, so you won't experience slippage when you're maching down a steep face directly below the lift. In case you feel the urge to do a bit of hiking, the Grip soles with sticky rubber will help keep you from tumbling off the side of the mountain. Read More

Rossignol
$174.95 $104.97 at Backcountry.com

Your wee ankle biter has, in the last five minutes, decided that he hates skiing, that he kinda likes skiing, and that he never wa...nts to do anything besides skiing ever again for as long as he lives. You can thank the Rossignol Kids' TMX J3 Ski Boot for this final proclamation, as its warm and cushy Comfort Fit liner and Alveo honeycomb sole make comfy feet and good times a foregone conclusion. Made with a bi-injected shell that features a softer upper cuff for easy on/off, the TMX has a kid-specific 97mm last that will prevent his foot from sliding, and diagonal buckles with adjustable cuff catches to easily accommodate growing paws. Read More

Rossignol
$649.95 $454.96 at Backcountry.com

The Rossignol AllTrack Pro 130 Ski Boot delivers precision fit and stiffness for going big in- bounds, plus warmth and lightweight... versatility when the backcountry beckons. With 130 flex and new, external Sensor Grid technology to improve shell wrapping and torsional rigidity, this boot delivers power, precision, and efficient energy transmission without added weight. The OptiSensor 3D liner features a softer ankle and instep and a stiffer heel for secure lockdown; Thinsulate keeps you warm without losing fit efficiency. Reinforced vertical ribs in the upper cuff lock upper and lower shells together for unprecedented downhill performance when you're in ski mode; when you flip to hike mode, a U-shaped lower cuff allows tons of mobility for hiking the ridge. At this level, there are no strictly resort or backcountry-only skiers; there are go-anywhere, ski-anything fun hogs. Rossignol's AllTrack series of boots combines the responseand performance of on-piste ski boots with the versatility and light weight you need to access the backcountry. The Pro 130 is the stiffest, mostperformance-oriented boot in the line; the 'Pro' designation means it is builtaround a 100mm last for skiers with feet of medium width and volume who are looking for a snugger performance fit. Read More

Rossignol
$104.95 $62.97 at Backcountry.com

Lace up the Rossignol X1 Ultra cross-country ski boots and enjoy a day on the trails. The X1 Ultra boots have the features you wan...t to stay comfortable and skiing longer. Inner boots mold to match the contours of your feet as you ski for maximum comfort and control. Flex of the boots is optimized for unrestricted classic striding. Reinforced nylon midsoles add stability. Rossignol X1Ultra cross-country ski boots have zippered outer boots that keep laces free of snow and ice. RC3 classic soles with NNN binding compatibility provide natural foot roll and stability during the kick phase; double guide grooves maximize boot/ski contact. Read More

Rossignol
$139.95 $97.96 at Backcountry.com

Glide the day away on forest roads and in untracked glades with the comfort and firm support of the women's Rossignol BC X6 FW cro...ss-country ski boots. Thinsulate linings will keep your feet warm as you explore snowy backcountry trails. Cordura nylon lace covers extend up above the ankles to keep fresh snow out. Inner boots mold to match the contours of your feet as you ski for maximum comfort and control. Speed-lock lace system is simple to use and gives good support for feet. Free-hinge cuffs with rip-and-stick power straps increase stability, power and control. NNN BC soles with double guide grooves maximize boot/ski contact for all-terrain stability. Rossignol BC X6 FW cross-country ski boots are compatible with NNN BC bindings. Read More

Rossignol
$174.95 $104.97 at Backcountry.com

Your wee ankle biter has, in the last five minutes, decided that he hates skiing, that he kinda likes skiing, and that he never wa...nts to do anything besides skiing ever again for as long as he lives. You can thank the Rossignol Kids' TMX J3 Ski Boot for this final proclamation, as its warm and cushy Comfort Fit liner and Alveo honeycomb sole make comfy feet and good times a foregone conclusion. Made with a bi-injected shell that features a softer upper cuff for easy on/off, the TMX has a kid-specific 97mm last that will prevent his foot from sliding, and diagonal buckles with adjustable cuff catches to easily accommodate growing paws. Read More

Rossignol
$799.95 $450.00 at Backcountry.com

The Rossignol Squad 7 Ski has a Powder Turn profile for a reason: it's a big stick made for deep snow. But this 120-millimeter-wai...st powder beast has brains, with a smartly designed longer, more progressive tip rocker and tapered, easy-steering tail. Its Centered sidecut features tapering at the tip and tail but a short radius underfoot, so you have powerful edge grip and power yet a playfulness that feels user-friendly. Ultralight construction makes the Squad 7 an ideal backcountry ski, thanks to its innovative Air Tip and lightweight Paulownia wood core. But with the stable, strong sandwich laminate you'll also crush it in the resort. Rossignol's new 7-Series freeride line, this year's evolution of its popular S-Series, offers an innovative new fusion of backcountry and all-mountain performance. The Squad 7 is the fattest ski in the line with the biggest turning radius, making this big boy the weapon of choice for ambitious big-mountain and backcountry skiers. Read More

Rossignol
$499.95 $299.97 at Backcountry.com

When you're getting twisted in the park, you can't be dropping in on some burly big-mountain board or carve-happy frontside ski. I...t's a way better bet to click into the Rossignol Slat Ski before you line up those big park and pipe hits, because its extra-poppy poplar core and spin-happy Jib Tip will help you boost like a legend and spin like a top. The Slat is the biggest ski in Rossignol's park quiver, with a 97mm waist that can rally off-piste as well as on and an Auto Turn Rocker that has high camber underfoot for no-nonsense edge grip when you're carving into takeoffs and low-profile tip and tail rocker to simplify the occasional powder trip. It also features a rounded Jib Tip to eat up switch riding and steep trannies. While the Slat isn't the lightest ski on the mountain, it might be one of the burliest, courtesy of a Mini-Cap sandwich construction that combines rugged, edgy sidewalls with a lightweight cap construction for a legendary blend of edging power and light swing weight. Rossignol also hooked it up with an extended sidecut that increases edge hold as you increase speed, so you can pivot, slide, and butter at low speeds without giving up power and control as you ramp things up. If you're looking to own the park, the Slat willl always be there for you. Read More

Rossignol
$239.95 $143.97 at Backcountry.com

Incorporating some of the same technology that Rossignol gave to their World Cup skis, the Zymax Skate Ski is fast training and ra...cing ski that won't cost you an arm and a couple of legs. Made with a light Premium LDC low-density wood core that's reinforced with basalt fibers, the Zymax has a friendly flex in the tip and tail to make the ski easier for lighter users, and Rossi's Racing Cobra sidecut that widens in the tip for a stable, precise push-off. Active Cap technology combines flexible materials with stiff a multi-directional fiberglass laminate, allowing the Zymax to coil when flexed and rebound when released, driving the skier forward on fast K7000 bases, the same bases found on Rossignol's World Cup skis. The Zymax is also a directional, tracking marvel, thanks to the aforementioned fiberglass laminate that keeps it torsionally stiff, and a double-groove base to fight wandering ski syndrome. It also comes with an NIS plate that's compatible with NNN bindings, allowing simple, drill-free mounting and adjustment. Read More

Rossignol
$349.95 $244.96 at Backcountry.com

If you're not a world-class skier, but still want something that will take your skiing to the next level then the Delta Course Ska...te Ski from Rossignol might just tickle your sweet spot. It packs plenty of lightweight race performance, thanks to a Light Honeycomb core that's exceptionally strong in compression, allowing the ski to rebound quickly and drive forward without losing power. Uniquely among Rossignol's skate skis, the Delta Course sports a one-layer carbon fiber sheet that's laminated onto the honeycomb core, providing extra power and stiffness without jacking up weight unnecessarily. The Course weighs in at only 20g heavier than its World Cup big brother, a difference that even the princess who slept on a pea wouldn't notice. The performance isn't all hidden away on the inside. RossiCap technology keeps the tip and tail somewhat flexible, allowing it to glide over soft or uneven snow in a vaguely slithery movement that Rossignol calls snake effect. Sticking with the viperous theme, the Racing Cobra sidecut is slightly wider in the tip, allowing for more fluid skating and an easier ski return by preventing the tip from wandering too far when it's on edge. When the ski is riding flat, double groove guides keep it tracking in a straight line, and a K7000 base has a super-fast World Cup finish that will help you leave your competitors in the dust. The Course comes mounted with an NIS plate, allowing for easy drill- and screw-free binding mountain and adjustment of NNN bindings. Read More

Rossignol
$329.95 $197.97 at Backcountry.com

You moved to Montana at the start of the winter, specifically to get out and explore the rugged Beartooths, and bought the Rossign...ol BC 110 Positrack Ski to be the steed that gets you around. Every time you try and head into the mountains, though, you're accosted by a crazy hermit with a long beard and his wolf-dog, who bare teeth and wave guns in your face until you're forced to turn around and go somewhere else. Luckily, the BC 110 is incredibly versatile, thanks to its waxless Positrack base that eliminates the need for skins while maintaining excellent glide, and a Wood-Air core that minimizes weight. Activ Cap construction utilizes flexible RossiCap technology to increase float and performance in uneven snow, and sandwiches it in a multi-directional fiberglass laminate for torsional stiffness when you're pushing the BC 110 downhill with a half-wild canine tearing at your tails. The BC 110 isn't designed to be some fat powder-crusher like a lot of the so-called touring skis out there, but still features tech that'll make deepish days fun, like a slightly rockered tip and wide sidecut designed to keep you stable in soft and variable conditions. It can also hold its own on harder snow, thanks to full-length metal edges and a taller camber profile that combine to make short work of chop and windslab. If only they could find a way around that aggro-hermit and his devil beast. Read More

Rossignol
$399.95 $239.97 at Backcountry.com

He's obviously interested hitting the mountain ASAP (and never leaving), and once he gets the Rossignol Scratch Pro Kids' Ski on h...is feet, it'll probably be even harder to peel him off the hill. The Scratch is tailor-made for pint-sized park rippers, with plenty of traditional camber to help him pop off features, a poplar core that's light, lively, and easy to spin, and a rounder Jib Tip for smoother takeoffs, landings, and switch riding. It's plenty edgy, too, thanks to the Minicap Sandwich construction and extended sidecut that work together to give him plenty of control when he's rallying into takeoffs or chasing his buddies down the groomers. Read More

Rossignol
$129.95 $77.97 at Backcountry.com

The kids can't quite keep up with the grownups yet, but they love getting out and exploring the trails and woods, as long as you b...ring enough chocolate to keep them going. The Rossignol Evo Action Jr. Kids' Ski is perfect for the adventurous shrimps, with a no-fuss AR Plus Positrack waxless base that strikes a perfect balance between kick and glide, and a light Wood Air core that's sturdy enough to stand up to the beatings that youngsters dish out. They'll be out-skiing you before you know it, but until then, the Evo Action is the perfect ski to make them fall in love with winter. Read More

Rossignol
$189.95 $110.00 at Backcountry.com

Bring out your inner artist with the Rossignol Evo Tour NIS Positrack Ski, a waxless wonder that loves to sketch on an untracked w...inter canvas as much as it likes to draw within the lines on freshly-layed tracks or paint skate designs on groomers. You never have to worry about sticky and complicated waxing, thanks to the AR Positrack waxless pattern that grips and glides superbly, nor do you have to fret about excess weight in deeper snow, since the Tour NIS has a thin LDC Premium low-density core that's reinforced with basalt fibers. It has a nice soft flex in the tip and tail, giving you an easy ride that will cruise over lumps and bumps without jostling, and a medium sidecut that's stable at speed but nimble if you're maneuvering between tight trees. Bindings are simple, too, as the Tour NIS comes equipped with an integrated NIS plate that allows you to just clip in and adjust your NNN binding without fuss or extra equipment. Read More

Rossignol
$799.95 $479.97 at Backcountry.com

The Rossignol Squad 7 Ski has a Powder Turn profile for a reason: it's a big stick made for deep snow. But this 120-millimeter-wai...st powder beast has brains, with a smartly designed longer, more progressive tip rocker and tapered, easy-steering tail. Its Centered sidecut features tapering at the tip and tail but a short radius underfoot, so you have powerful edge grip and power yet a playfulness that feels user-friendly. Ultralight construction makes the Squad 7 an ideal backcountry ski, thanks to its innovative Air Tip and lightweight Paulownia wood core. But with the stable, strong sandwich laminate you'll also crush it in the resort. Rossignol's new 7-Series freeride line, this year's evolution of its popular S-Series, offers an innovative new fusion of backcountry and all-mountain performance. The Squad 7 is the fattest ski in the line with the biggest turning radius, making this big boy the weapon of choice for ambitious big-mountain and backcountry skiers. Read More

Rossignol
$649.95 at Backcountry.com

There's a lot of mountain to ski, and only a few short hours of daylight to get it all done, so you'd better strap on the Rossigno...l Experience 88 Ski and stop wasting time. The Experience is down to get after it whether it's gray and snowy, bluebird with fresh corduroy, icy midwinter in New England, or a little bit of everything rolled up into one afternoon, thanks to its lightweight construction, 88mm waist, and versatile camber profile. Rossignol designed it with the same Auto Turn Rocker as all the other skis in the Experience line, giving it high camber underfoot for serious edging power and throwing in a moderately rockered tip and tail to give it a nimble feel and better soft-snow performance. The sidecut radius has been extended, so you get radically more edge contact as you lay the ski on edge, giving you more power and control at higher speeds without sacrificing quickness and nimbleness when you're just cruising. A great all-mountain ski has to be stiff on hardpack but light and maneuverable to get through tight spots, and the Experience hits the mark by combining a light, lively poplar core with a basalt fiber laminate, giving the ski enough stiffness to rally through crud and over ice without taking away its quickness in trees and tight chutes. Rossignol designed with a minicap sandwich construction, which blends traditional rugged sidewalls with a lightweight cap to provide a killer combination of grip and lightness, and finished the Experience off with their now-trademark Air Tip, which uses a honeycomb construction to lighten the tip, reducing vibration and chatter for a smooth, predictable ride in all conditions, which is the whole point of the Experience, after all. Read More

Rossignol
$749.95 $449.97 at Backcountry.com

If the thought of groomers puts you in a deep sleep, the powder-slashing Rossignol Super 7 Ski will slap you into frenetic euphori...a. This off-piste powerhouse features a stable 116-millimeter waist for stomping airs and floating through blower. Its Powder Turn rocker is aptly named, with a long-rockered honeycombed Air Tip and tapered, rockered tail for power steering. The long-radius sidecut shortens directly underfoot for an all-terrain versatility and liveliness. Take this big stick into the backcountry to access pristine stashes, because the ultralight wood core will never be a burden. Rossignol's 7-Series freeride line, this year's evolution of its popular S-Series, offers an innovative new fusion of backcountry and all-mountain performance. The Super 7 is the middle child of the new Air Tip skis, with a waist width and turning radius squarely between the big-mountain Squad 7 and the ultra-versatile Soul 7. Read More

Rossignol
$599.95 at Backcountry.com

The Saffron 7 Women's Ski is smack-dab in the middle of Rossignol's famed and acclaimed 7 Series, big enough to rally through the ...powder with ease but slim enough to handle the groomers without batting an eyelash. It's built with Rossignol's do-it-all Powder Turn Rocker, which has low camber underfoot to hold a bomber edge on hardpack and rocker in the tip and tail to float through the fluff and rally over rough-and-tumble snow. It also features the now-famous honeycomb Air Tip, which reduces swing weight, increases nimbleness and maneuverability, and eliminates the dreaded tip chatter that can plague rockered skis at speed. In addition to being quicker than lightning, the Saffron is nice and light, courtesy of its poplar wood core that offers loads of quickness to help you make moves in tight spots and not overwhelm lighter, smaller riders. The Mini-cap construction employs sidewalls underfoot for edge grip and power, but uses a cap over the rest of the ski to keep weight down and fun up. The centered sidecut also offers plenty of progressive edge contact, so you can pivot like a champ at slow speeds and have loads of edge grip when you lay the ski over and open up the throttle. Powder, chop, or groomers, the Saffron will make your ski season that much tastier. Read More

Rossignol
$499.95 $299.97 at Backcountry.com

When you're getting twisted in the park, you can't be dropping in on some burly big-mountain board or carve-happy frontside ski. I...t's a way better bet to click into the Rossignol Slat Ski before you line up those big park and pipe hits, because its extra-poppy poplar core and spin-happy Jib Tip will help you boost like a legend and spin like a top. The Slat is the biggest ski in Rossignol's park quiver, with a 97mm waist that can rally off-piste as well as on and an Auto Turn Rocker that has high camber underfoot for no-nonsense edge grip when you're carving into takeoffs and low-profile tip and tail rocker to simplify the occasional powder trip. It also features a rounded Jib Tip to eat up switch riding and steep trannies. While the Slat isn't the lightest ski on the mountain, it might be one of the burliest, courtesy of a Mini-Cap sandwich construction that combines rugged, edgy sidewalls with a lightweight cap construction for a legendary blend of edging power and light swing weight. Rossignol also hooked it up with an extended sidecut that increases edge hold as you increase speed, so you can pivot, slide, and butter at low speeds without giving up power and control as you ramp things up. If you're looking to own the park, the Slat willl always be there for you. Read More

Rossignol
$699.95 $520.00 at Backcountry.com

No matter how the day shapes up, there's just no stopping you when you're riding your Rossignol Women's Savory 7 Skis. A generous ...106mm waist gives you plenty of ski to surf the powder, but the centered sidecut makes sure the Savory 7 is no slouch on hardpack as well. Your guy friends all chickened out, so you decided to step up and hit the chute first, the only problem was the rock about halfway down that was buried just under the snow. Luckily, these skis have a traditional sidewall construction, so that glancing blow isn't going to ruin your edges any time soon. Paulownia and diago help to lighten up the core, so even at 106 underfoot, these beasts aren't too shabby on the skintrack either. Read More

Rossignol
$799.95 $479.97 at Backcountry.com

The Rossignol Squad 7 Ski has a Powder Turn profile for a reason: it's a big stick made for deep snow. But this 120-millimeter-wai...st powder beast has brains, with a smartly designed longer, more progressive tip rocker and tapered, easy-steering tail. Its Centered sidecut features tapering at the tip and tail but a short radius underfoot, so you have powerful edge grip and power yet a playfulness that feels user-friendly. Ultralight construction makes the Squad 7 an ideal backcountry ski, thanks to its innovative Air Tip and lightweight Paulownia wood core. But with the stable, strong sandwich laminate you'll also crush it in the resort. Rossignol's new 7-Series freeride line, this year's evolution of its popular S-Series, offers an innovative new fusion of backcountry and all-mountain performance. The Squad 7 is the fattest ski in the line with the biggest turning radius, making this big boy the weapon of choice for ambitious big-mountain and backcountry skiers. Read More

Rossignol
$199.95 $119.97 at Backcountry.com

With 45mm of elasticity in the toe and 27mm in the heel, the Rossignol Axial 3 120 Ski Binding provides plenty of room for you to ...recover from that less-than-graceful landing before releasing. With such a high level of elasticity, you are actually able to ride at a lower DIN value for a safer ride, without the worry of pre-releasing. The Dual Action III toe piece features 180 degrees of multi-directional release for safety, and when combined with the Axial3 heel piece, will transfer power efficiently to the ski for optimum control over wider skis. Reduced ramp angles neutralize your stance making these binders more conducive to freesking than traditional alpine bindings. Read More

Rossignol
$649.95 $422.47 at Backcountry.com

Some days call for fat powder boards and others for skinny groomer-demolishing skis, but everything in between is prime territory ...for the Rossignol Temptation 88 Women's Ski. It's a true quiver-killer, designed to handle everything the mountain throws at it, from leftover pow stashes to small moguls to bulletproof hardpack, all with a cheeky smile and hefty dose of fun. At 88mm underfoot, the Temptation 88 isn't the biggest ski in Rossignol's all-mountain line (that honor goes to the Temptation 100), but it might be the most versatile. It sports the same Auto Turn Rocker as all of Rossi's all-mountain rippers, with camber underfoot for edge grip and a gently rockered tip and tail to make short work of boot-deep powder, tight trees, and rough storm leftovers. The sidecut's been extended, too, to provide more edge contact when you lay the ski over without sacrificing the ability to pivot quickly when you keep it flat, so you can rip groomers one lap and slice your way through glades the next. Although she can charge, the Temptation is a nimble ski, thanks in large part to the snappy, lively poplar core and basalt fiber laminate, which is stiff enough to be driven hard and light enough that it won't ever feel like it's in charge. It uses Rossignol's trademark Air Tip construction to keep weight down and eliminate the tip chatter that can be a problem for rockered skis, and is built with a hybrid Minicap sandwich construction, which combines cap and sandwich designs for a top-shelf combo of edge hold and lightness. All this will make the Temptation 88 your go-to coast-to-coast board in all but the deepest and most bulletproof conditions. Read More

Rossignol
$239.95 $140.00 at Backcountry.com

You refuse to be tied down, which is why you moved into the Beartooths, built a yurt out of squirrel pelts, and raised a wolf pup ...to be your one and only companion. Once a winter, you head into town to stock up on whiskey and wolf kibble, and the only backcountry vehicle you trust to get you there and back is the Rossignol BC 70 Positrack Ski. It's got all the best features of alpine skis for the descent into civilization, like full-length metal edges and and a wide sidecut to handle variable conditions, combined with the best parts of traditional nordic boards to help you get back to the wilderness ASAP, like a light and low-density LDC wood-air core and grippy Positrack waxless bases. You're bound to encounter everything from deep powder to bulletproof ice to wind-affected slab on your journey, but damn it, your wolf is hungry and your flask is empty, so you'll just have to deal with the variable conditions. Luckily, the Positrack is made with Active Cap construction, which combines flexible RossiCap technology with a stiff multi-directional fiberglass laminate to give it a balance of torsional rigidity, directional stability, and consistent performance in deep and uneven snow. Rossignol increased performance in variable conditions by giving the Positrack a slightly more dramatic camber profile, allowing the ski to ride over chop without bucking you like that moose you tried to tame last summer. Ah well, who wants a moose anyway? Life's better when it's just you, your wolf, and your BC 70 Positrack, enjoying life in the wilderness. And your whiskey. Don't forget your whiskey. Read More

Rossignol
$749.95 $449.97 at Backcountry.com

If the thought of groomers puts you in a deep sleep, the powder-slashing Rossignol Super 7 Ski will slap you into frenetic euphori...a. This off-piste powerhouse features a stable 116-millimeter waist for stomping airs and floating through blower. Its Powder Turn rocker is aptly named, with a long-rockered honeycombed Air Tip and tapered, rockered tail for power steering. The long-radius sidecut shortens directly underfoot for an all-terrain versatility and liveliness. Take this big stick into the backcountry to access pristine stashes, because the ultralight wood core will never be a burden. Rossignol's 7-Series freeride line, this year's evolution of its popular S-Series, offers an innovative new fusion of backcountry and all-mountain performance. The Super 7 is the middle child of the new Air Tip skis, with a waist width and turning radius squarely between the big-mountain Squad 7 and the ultra-versatile Soul 7. Read More

Rossignol
$399.95 at Backcountry.com

Crush the fear of pre-release and dominate sphincter-clenching big-mountain lines with the Rossignol FKS 180 Ski Binding. This 18-...DIN monster has a widened footprint that gives the ability to transmit every twitch, tilt, and pressure change in your boot across the entire width of your favorite fatties so you can easily make big moves on burly lines. Plus its unique turntable-style FKS heel and cleverly designed toe offer you the most reliable retention and consistent release in its class. Read More

Rossignol
$399.95 at Backcountry.com

Crush the fear of pre-release and dominate sphincter-clenching big-mountain lines with the Rossignol FKS 180 Ski Binding. This 18-...DIN monster has a widened footprint that gives the ability to transmit every twitch, tilt, and pressure change in your boot across the entire width of your favorite fatties so you can easily make big moves on burly lines. Plus its unique turntable-style FKS heel and cleverly designed toe offer you the most reliable retention and consistent release in its class. Read More

Rossignol
$549.95 at Backcountry.com

It takes a lot of work to ski the whole mountain with confidence, but the Rossignol Experience 84 Ski makes things a whole lot eas...ier and more fun. It's built to handle soft snow, groomers, hardpack, and ice from the Appalachians to the Rockies to the Sierras, with an intermediate 84mm waist and extended sidecut that engages more aggressively the faster you go, letting you hold a super-solid edge at speed and pivot with ease when you decide to rein things in a little bit. The Auto Turn Rocker's also designed to make ripping everything you point the Experience at completely intuitive, with high camber underfoot for top-shelf edge hold and mild rocker in the tip and tail to smooth out uneven snow, plane through powder, and turn on a dime. Even though it's decked out with carbon fiber and fiberglass laminates to keep it reasonably stiff and aggressive, the Experience 84 weighs in at under eight pounds, tying the much smaller Experience 77 and 75 for the distinction of lightest ski in Rossignol's all-mountain line. The super-light Paulownia wood core has a lot to do with this, as does the honeycomb-style Air Tip, which has been cribbed from Rossignol's famous 7 Series skis to reduce swing weight, improve flotation, and eliminate the tip vibration that can plague rockered skis. The Experience is also built with Maxicap sandwich construction, which combines a lightweight cap design with partial sidewalls for an ideal balance of weight and edge grip, so you can shred whatever terrain you feel like without a second thought. Read More

Rossignol
$599.95 at Backcountry.com

The Saffron 7 Women's Ski is smack-dab in the middle of Rossignol's famed and acclaimed 7 Series, big enough to rally through the ...powder with ease but slim enough to handle the groomers without batting an eyelash. It's built with Rossignol's do-it-all Powder Turn Rocker, which has low camber underfoot to hold a bomber edge on hardpack and rocker in the tip and tail to float through the fluff and rally over rough-and-tumble snow. It also features the now-famous honeycomb Air Tip, which reduces swing weight, increases nimbleness and maneuverability, and eliminates the dreaded tip chatter that can plague rockered skis at speed. In addition to being quicker than lightning, the Saffron is nice and light, courtesy of its poplar wood core that offers loads of quickness to help you make moves in tight spots and not overwhelm lighter, smaller riders. The Mini-cap construction employs sidewalls underfoot for edge grip and power, but uses a cap over the rest of the ski to keep weight down and fun up. The centered sidecut also offers plenty of progressive edge contact, so you can pivot like a champ at slow speeds and have loads of edge grip when you lay the ski over and open up the throttle. Powder, chop, or groomers, the Saffron will make your ski season that much tastier. Read More

Rossignol
$499.95 $299.97 at Backcountry.com

Skiing isn't always about nipple-deep pow days and faceshots, so when the crowds are gone and park is cleared, reach for your Ross...ignol Storm Skis and make it rain. This ski keeps it real with full high camber for high-speed turns and confident edge hold in icy half-pipes. A versatile 92-millimeter waist provides a wide enough platform for all-mountain carving but is still nimble enough to spin in the park. Minicap construction reduces swing weight without sacrificing durability or strength, and the Jib Tip technology gives the tips and tails a more rounded design for smoother transitions and easier switch skiing. Built specifically for the park, the Storm is durable enough to handle icy half-pipes, boxes, rails, and repeated stompings on transitions. The Minicap sandwich construction uses a reinforced topsheet for more durability, and the sidewalls are angled to thirty degrees to increase shock absorption and enhance stability. The poplar core adds longevity but still keeps it lively enough to have fun, and extended sidecut improves your edge hold at high speeds so you're always the first one back to the chairlift. Read More

Rossignol
$329.95 $190.00 at Backcountry.com

You moved to Montana at the start of the winter, specifically to get out and explore the rugged Beartooths, and bought the Rossign...ol BC 110 Positrack Ski to be the steed that gets you around. Every time you try and head into the mountains, though, you're accosted by a crazy hermit with a long beard and his wolf-dog, who bare teeth and wave guns in your face until you're forced to turn around and go somewhere else. Luckily, the BC 110 is incredibly versatile, thanks to its waxless Positrack base that eliminates the need for skins while maintaining excellent glide, and a Wood-Air core that minimizes weight. Activ Cap construction utilizes flexible RossiCap technology to increase float and performance in uneven snow, and sandwiches it in a multi-directional fiberglass laminate for torsional stiffness when you're pushing the BC 110 downhill with a half-wild canine tearing at your tails. The BC 110 isn't designed to be some fat powder-crusher like a lot of the so-called touring skis out there, but still features tech that'll make deepish days fun, like a slightly rockered tip and wide sidecut designed to keep you stable in soft and variable conditions. It can also hold its own on harder snow, thanks to full-length metal edges and a taller camber profile that combine to make short work of chop and windslab. If only they could find a way around that aggro-hermit and his devil beast. Read More

Rossignol
$199.95 $119.97 at Backcountry.com

With 45mm of elasticity in the toe and 27mm in the heel, the Rossignol Axial 3 120 Ski Binding provides plenty of room for you to ...recover from that less-than-graceful landing before releasing. With such a high level of elasticity, you are actually able to ride at a lower DIN value for a safer ride, without the worry of pre-releasing. The Dual Action III toe piece features 180 degrees of multi-directional release for safety, and when combined with the Axial3 heel piece, will transfer power efficiently to the ski for optimum control over wider skis. Reduced ramp angles neutralize your stance making these binders more conducive to freesking than traditional alpine bindings. Read More

Rossignol
$239.95 $143.97 at Backcountry.com

Incorporating some of the same technology that Rossignol gave to their World Cup skis, the Zymax Skate Ski is fast training and ra...cing ski that won't cost you an arm and a couple of legs. Made with a light Premium LDC low-density wood core that's reinforced with basalt fibers, the Zymax has a friendly flex in the tip and tail to make the ski easier for lighter users, and Rossi's Racing Cobra sidecut that widens in the tip for a stable, precise push-off. Active Cap technology combines flexible materials with stiff a multi-directional fiberglass laminate, allowing the Zymax to coil when flexed and rebound when released, driving the skier forward on fast K7000 bases, the same bases found on Rossignol's World Cup skis. The Zymax is also a directional, tracking marvel, thanks to the aforementioned fiberglass laminate that keeps it torsionally stiff, and a double-groove base to fight wandering ski syndrome. It also comes with an NIS plate that's compatible with NNN bindings, allowing simple, drill-free mounting and adjustment. Read More

Rossignol
$149.95 $112.46 at Backcountry.com

Your seasoned beginner skis without fear, so ease the heap of fear swirling in your gut with the Rossignol Kids' Comp J 45 Ski Bin...ding attached to his or her planks. The low DIN (0. 75-4. 5) ensures that those bigger and bigger crashes don't lead to injury, and the 12mm of elastic travel gives the fearless freak a chance to recover and learn even before the ski releases. Read More

Rossignol
$329.95 $190.00 at Backcountry.com

You moved to Montana at the start of the winter, specifically to get out and explore the rugged Beartooths, and bought the Rossign...ol BC 110 Positrack Ski to be the steed that gets you around. Every time you try and head into the mountains, though, you're accosted by a crazy hermit with a long beard and his wolf-dog, who bare teeth and wave guns in your face until you're forced to turn around and go somewhere else. Luckily, the BC 110 is incredibly versatile, thanks to its waxless Positrack base that eliminates the need for skins while maintaining excellent glide, and a Wood-Air core that minimizes weight. Activ Cap construction utilizes flexible RossiCap technology to increase float and performance in uneven snow, and sandwiches it in a multi-directional fiberglass laminate for torsional stiffness when you're pushing the BC 110 downhill with a half-wild canine tearing at your tails. The BC 110 isn't designed to be some fat powder-crusher like a lot of the so-called touring skis out there, but still features tech that'll make deepish days fun, like a slightly rockered tip and wide sidecut designed to keep you stable in soft and variable conditions. It can also hold its own on harder snow, thanks to full-length metal edges and a taller camber profile that combine to make short work of chop and windslab. If only they could find a way around that aggro-hermit and his devil beast. Read More

Rossignol
$149.95 $112.46 at Backcountry.com

Your seasoned beginner skis without fear, so ease the heap of fear swirling in your gut with the Rossignol Kids' Comp J 45 Ski Bin...ding attached to his or her planks. The low DIN (0. 75-4. 5) ensures that those bigger and bigger crashes don't lead to injury, and the 12mm of elastic travel gives the fearless freak a chance to recover and learn even before the ski releases. Read More

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