The term all mountain in thrown around pretty loosely these days. The Experience series from Rossignol is completely new this season. Auto Turn Rocker is a nice blend of rocker, and traditional camber. Thirty percent tip and tail rocker, with seventy percent camber underfoot make the Experience 74 carbon a great all mountain tool for progressive skiers. Tip and tail rocker help the ski float on top of powder, deflect negative energy from crud, and initiate a turn quicker on the hard pack. The extended sidecut continues past the contact point where the tip and tail rockers start, so when the ski's edge increases more sidecut is pressured on to the snow, giving you better edge grip, and a more maneuverable ski. The cascade tip is designed with varying shapes of metal and fiberglass at staggered lengths making the tip lighter, improving swing weight. The Experience 74 is a game changer for the beginning to mellow intermediate skier, and a great game improvement tool.
Auto Turn Rocker
Wide Binding Platform
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First Alpine ski, did Nordic before and now moving into Alpine. Good performance for my level, responsive. Look good and held up well to first day of falling... Expect that the skis will get a lot of abuse these first few times out and the price was right for my level and performance. Bindings work as advertised, no issues and happy with purchase.
Just got off the Rossignol Experience 74. Super forgiving ski, it really felt like it had training wheels on it. I tried to get into a couple different pieces of trouble and it wouldn't let me. It would pull me right back up, pull me right down the mountain. Super fun, very fast edge to edge. Nice long-turn radius. I give it a four an a half out of five.
Hey this is Thom. I'm over here with the Rossignol Experience 74 Carbon. This gets four out of five for what it is. It's a really fantastic little ski, a little auto-turn rocker to the tip of it so initiates pretty much effortlessly. You just kind of have to look in the direction you want turn and it will go there for you. Definitely not a ski you want to get up to speed or stand on really hard but for somebody who's getting out of rentals, maybe getting out of general equipment and looking for a smooth mellow easy-going ski for greens and blues and a real confidence inspiring ski, this is it.
Trey here with Rossi's new Experience 74. I got to give this ski a five out of five for It's category. It's a great little ski. I was really surprised at how stable it was for just a cap ski. Somebody on their first pair of skis up to an intermediate skier or teenage kids transitioning out of junior stuff into adults stuff who doesn't want to spend a lot of money but wants to rip around the hill a little bit. Definitely designed for the groomers but you can link turns real, easy. It's very forgiving, push it a little bit if you want to. I give it five out of five on this one.
Hi, John here. I'm here with the Rossignol Experience 74. This ski is an entry-level to beginner intermediate ski. Great price point at [$] with the system. Total wood core construction. I was doing mostly short radius turns out there, held pretty well. Being 74 underfoot, real quick from edge to edge. If you're looking for a good value and a great ski that you can do almost anything with on the groomers, I would highly recommend this. I give it a four star, a great beginner intermediate ski.
Hello this is Jesse. I just tested the Rossignol Experience 74 Carbon. It's a really good ski. I give it a 4/5 stars. It's really good, I took it down a blue Hill and it was pretty nice. It's got a lot of carving action out of it. It's not so good on the long carves or anything like that but it's just a nice short turner. Has a lot of edge control on it, overall really good ski for a beginner to intermediate.