Experience 100 Ti

Rossignol Experience 100 Ti

Brand
Rossignol
Model
Experience 100 Ti
Category
Allround
Weight
2060 gr
Waist
98.5 mm
Tested length
182 cm
Year
2015

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SFI (Ski Flex Index) 

7
6
5
5
7
Fri Flyt overall rating of Rossignol Experience 100 Ti:

8 / 10

Flotation:
5 / 10
Turning capabilities:
9 / 10
Stability at speed:
7 / 10
Technical info:
Experience 100 has an aluminum reinforced combination of cap and sandwich construction. It has pronounced sidecut and a distinctive flex curve that reminds us of other Rossignol skis we have tested. Stiff in the tips and softer in the waist. This should give a ski that pulls you straight into the turn. It has minimal rocker in the front ski and camber all the way to the back.

On snow:
Experience 100 is a piste ski without tail. It enters the turn well and the back ski easily let´s go at the exit. Immediately convincing on soft surface. Compared to some of the other skis in the test, it lacks some stability at speed and edge grip in hard conditions. But the long turning radius compensates for this. Where some skis take you straight down the slope, the Experience 100 is built for turning.


Experience 100 Ti

Technical data:

Measured length
183 cm
Flex (relative stiffness)
SFI 76557
Brand
Rossignol
Model
Experience 100 Ti
Produced
France
Available lengths
166, 174, 190
Contact length
138 cm
Rocker tail
11 cm
Rocker nose
34 cm
Side cut
165 cm
Taper tail
8 cm
Taper tip
10 cm
Setback (true center to narrowest point)
8 cm
Tested mounting point (true center to boot center)
9 cm
Max tail width
128.2 mm
Min waist width
98.5 mm
Max nose width
138.3 mm
Side cut radius
19.2 mR
Width difference nose vs. tail
10.1 mm
Surface area (one ski)
2027 cm2
Weight
2060 gr
Relative weight
1.02 gr/cm2
Hight tail tip
21 mm
Hight nose tip
56 mm
Angle tail tip
27°
Angle nose tip
48°
Height of camber
7 mm

This sequence of numbers indicates stiffness. Each number corresponds to a part of the ski, from tail to tip. 5 equals the average
for this part and length of the ski. Lower values indicate softer skis, higher values stiffer.