Ski Bum Reviews Rossignol Experience 86 Ti Ski Review
For anyone looking for that ideal daily driver or “do it all” ski, call the search off. Rossignol, one of the leading brands in the ski industry, proudly introduces yet another well-rounded ski that is sure to exceed expectations. Infamous for revolutionizing the industry by designing innovative products, Rossignol utilizes exceptional technology and materials to create top of the line skis with a reputable reputation. Adding to their impressive lineup, the Experience 86 TI is what we like to call the jack of all trades when it comes to a ski that offers the perfect blend of versatility, playfulness and all-mountain performance. Whether you’re heading to the mountain to slice up some groomers, tackle the bumps, or rip down your favorite line with speed, know that whatever terrain you choose, the Experience 86 TIs will deliver. Combining all-terrain rocker with an 86mm waist width, you’re left with a ski that can handle both off-piste and on-piste terrain with confidence and stability. Lightweight yet sturdy at speed and on the steeps, the PEFC core incorporates titanal material in order to find that sweet spot between dampening unfavorable vibrations and playful liveliness. Line Control Technology takes this ski to the next level by adding a central power rail from tip to tail, guaranteeing smoothness and reliability. The progressive sidecut welcomes maneuverability and effortless edge to edge control, which comes in handy when you decide to hit those powder-filled tight trees. No matter what you encounter on a given day on the mountain, the Experience 86 TI’s will never let you down.
PEFC Poplar Woodcore
PEFC™-certified poplar wood core balances weight, flex and stability for a versatile blend of power and playfulness using materials that help reduce the environmental impact of the product life cycle
This construction type has been proven in competitions. Fiberglass combined with a titanal layer gives the ski more power, grip and extremely high precision in turns.
SIDEWALL constructions feature a layering of core materials (wood, fiberglass, metal, etc.) and full-length vertical sidewalls to deliver optimized edge grip, precision, balance, and power.