Discounted Ski Bindings: Lowest price and now discounted bindings for these skis. Click the dropdown above but we have some awesome older binding models for 2012 skis only for a limited time. We aren't kidding.. check the first few binding options and don't dawdle supplies are limited.
Ideal Target Skier: Powder Hound: If you use your sick days only when it snows 12'' or more overnight and not when you're actually sick, this ski is probably for you. Powder Hounds are on the search for deep and untouched powder, and fat skis to ski it with.
Sandwich Construction (SW): SW means that the sides of the skis are a vertical wall rather the rounded Cap construction found on most skis. Since none of the skis material needs to be exerting force maintaining shape at the edges, SW skis are stiffer than their Cap counterparts. Most people find SW skis to be damper, that is more glued to the snow, superior at high speed GS turns and top notch at busting through crud or choppy snow.
Wood Core: The standard core which has throughout time provided the best performance and durability. Each model may have it's own density level to help define flex and maximum speed but every wood core ski will be solid.
WRS Complex Core: WRS stands for 'Weight Reduction System' and basically it means that, while the core material is wood, there are some scientific fiberglass fibers concentrated under the boot area for improved stiffness in that area without making the skis heavier.
Centered Sidecut: Rossignol Skis with Centered Sidecut technology have a miniature sidecut (arc, parabola) directly under the foot of the skier. Even on big powder skis with no real sidecut to speak of, the exaggerated deep radius underfoot gives strong edge grip and easy steering on groomed runs. S7s are the best skis ever.
Powder Turn: Rossi's Powder Turn technology is basically a quicker way to say that the tips and tails of these skis are tremendously rockered. Extremely early rise tips and tails will make powder skiing easy, and make the ski behave like a much shorter ski should you find yourself on groomed runs.
Twin tip skis: are where its at these days. Their versatility allows you to ski powder in the morning, bumps at midday, and session the park in the afternoon. The turned up tail is also optimal for skiing backwards (switch), but for most people, it just looks cool.
Spoontip Technology: Rossi says 'The rockered tip is in the shape of a spoon for maximum floatation.' We fully agree, but we prefer the other accepted spelling of 'flotation.'
More About Twin Tip Skis: Want to learn a little more about park skis before making your purchase? Try swinging over to our Learn Center Page!
More Info About Powder Skis: Looking to learn more about this, and other powder skis? Our Learn Center Page is packed with great information!
3 Choice Mount Position : The three choices are as follows. Park Mount is where the bindings are closer to dead center on the ski and is best for freeride skiers who want to ski switch a lot of the time. Manufacturer's mount is where the makers of the ski recommend you mount the bindings (usually between park and powder mount). Finally Powder mount is the furthest back on the ski which allows for more tip length and float in powder. If you wish to get more technical on where we mount your skis, please contact customer service.