2022 Rossignol Experience Teaser

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We had a chance to get out on some of the new Rossignol Experience skis today. Tricia was on the new 82Ti and @Andy Mink and I traded off the mens' 82Ti, 86Ti and the 94mm Black Ops Escaper all at Deer Valley

Picking up the skis:
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Saw these in the corner...shhh...
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Met up with some of the crew on the hill:
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Skis du jour:
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@Tricia with her Rossignol Jacket
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Me in my Rossi kit:
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Simply, the new Experiences have the tight turn and tenacious grip of the first generation Experiences and the early rise and playfulness of the recent generation. The best balance of both skis. The 86Ti wowed everyone.
 

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The 94 is intriguing. The horsepower of the outgoing model, combined with a more forgiving, all-mountain rocker profile, perhaps?
 
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The 94 is intriguing. The horsepower of the outgoing model, combined with a more forgiving, all-mountain rocker profile, perhaps?
I have to double check the catalog, I believe it is just a change in graphics (the only Black Ops to get this).
 

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So the old Experience 94 was put to pasture for the Escaper? I liked that better than the 88, which was fine, but just not as much fun as my new Legend X88.

I think my wife will like the 82 as she likes the edge grip of her old Temptations, but needs something better in the bumps and ungroomed. I think I've talked her into demoing some new skis! Which size do you recommend for 5'6", 120 lb and learning to ski the bumps?
 

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So the old Experience 94 was put to pasture for the Escaper? I liked that better than the 88, which was fine, but just not as much fun as my new Legend X88.
The old Experience 94 has been replaced by a new ski - the Experience 92. Online reviews say it has been improved, just as the E86 is an improvement over the E88.
I hope to try them both, as a wide carving ski to compliment my Black Ops 98. I had the E94 but sold it as the BO 98 has nearly the same carving ability and is more fun in soft snow/crud.
 

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I don't think I have ever seen a more enthusiastic review of skis, and I have watched many of their reviews. They really love the new E86 and they sure had fun on them. I can't wait to get on a pair.
 

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I was checking out the data on https://soothski.com/ and they measured the current Exp88 at 86mm at the waist, and then I measured mine and low and behold they were just over 86mm. So, maybe Rossi isn’t really getting rid of the Exp88, but more accurately naming it. Lol.
 
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I was checking out the data on https://soothski.com/ and they measured the current Exp88 at 86mm at the waist, and then I measured mine and low and behold they were just over 86mm. So, maybe Rossi isn’t really getting rid of the Exp88, but more accurately naming it. Lol.
What size Experience 88?
 

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I just replaced my old Exp 88's from 2014 with last year's model, now they've moved on to a new version! I'm always a few years behind the times I guess. I will say that for my type of skiing at Whitefish, last year's ski is probably a better fit. I really like the 20/21 version.
 

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82ti comes in women's version? Lengths? I think I want to move to something different than my Nordica's for next season, something narrower for my all-mountain ski. Tossing around ideas.
 

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82ti comes in women's version? Lengths? I think I want to move to something different than my Nordica's for next season, something narrower for my all-mountain ski. Tossing around ideas.
At the risk of getting my wrist slapped for bringing this up in a Rossi thread, I'd also be keeping an eye out for the Black Edition Wildcat/Wingman whose props were leaked by SkiTalk testers at Waterville.
 
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