2021 Rossignol Experience 92 Ti Skis w/ SPX 12 Konect GW Bindings

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2021 Rossignol Experience 92 Ti Skis with SPX 12 Konect GW Bindings

This is a great setup for advanced and expert skiers who are looking for a strong-turning ski that has a good amount of visibility built in as well. At 92 mm underfoot, the Experience is narrow enough to hold an edge on firmer snow, but is wider and has lighter tips and tails for flotation on softer snow. They use their Air Tip technology to take some material out of the tips and tails, and this makes a lot of sense for this ski and binding setup. You don't need all the mass in those zones, and having them lighter and more flexibly reduces the swingweight and makes the ski easier to turn. But underfoot, and through the forebody of the ski, the performance is all there. Rossignol uses their titanal Line Control Technology to maintain stability and strength through the turn. The LCT does a great job at mitigating vibrations, allowing for skiers to drive hard into the turn, confidently getting strong rebound on the transitions. From steeps and bumps to trees and groomers, these 92's are a very versatile shape and build that make it totally well-rounded and capable of doing it all. For years, Rossignol's Experience line has set themselves apart from a crowded field of all-mountain skis by making their shorter radius carved turns shine. This 92 is no different. The 180 generates a 16-meter radius, so these skis and bindings do prefer to be on edge, and that's a good thing.


  • Sidecut: 131/92/121
  • Turn Radius: 16 meters at 180
  • Weight: 2000 grams per Ski at 180 (no binding)
  • SPX 12 Konnect GW Bindings
  • Wood Core
  • Ti LCT
  • Air Tip and Tail
  • Tip and Tail Rocker
  • Ability Level: Advanced and Expert Skiers

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2021 Rossignol Experience 92 Ti Skis w/ SPX 12 Konect GW Bindings
Can you tell me about the bindings? I’ve never heard of that brand. Are they suitable for expert level and performance conditions? I usually see marker on Rossi’s.
Question by: George catallo on Nov 22, 2021, 7:23 AM
Hello George,

This is a Look binding. Owned by Rossignol and one of the premier binding companies in the business for decades. And yes, designed for advanced skiers. For some reason the brand name was left off the description which we will correct.

Hope this helps and think snow!

Answer by: Dave Hatoff on Nov 22, 2021, 8:15 AM
Hi George,

Its a Look binding, made owned by Rossignol. Look has been a leader in the binding world for decades and their Turn Table Heel is still one of the best out there. Most Rossy skis come with Look bindings. More than enough binding for you on the Experience 92 Ti ski as far as DIN setting, performance and innovative technology.

Hope this helps and think snow!

Answer by: Dave Hatoff on Nov 23, 2021, 9:23 AM
5'10", 150lbs advanced resort skier out west here. Looking for a well rounded ski for in the trees, moguls, groomers. I like a quick ski that I can whip around on technical off piste runs, but one that can rip the groomers and pop back and forth in the moguls. Currently skiing the 2019 Enforcer 93 169cm which I like for everything except for groomers when it gets icy. They don't seem to be able to hold an edge when pushing really hard. My friend has the 2018 Rossi Experience 88 172cm that I have tried and it feels similar to my Enforcer 93s except holds a better edge in those icy conditions. How does this Experience 92 compare to the Experience 88 from a few years back? Is it quick/poppy? I know it should be pretty good for the frontside. Can it handle the trees and the moguls and the technical off-piste situations as well? Other recommendations?
Question by: Ryan on Jan 6, 2022, 7:47 PM
Hi Ryan,

Quick, precise and damp are the words that come to mind with the 92 Ti. A fantastic carver and versatile enough to ski bumps, trees and a bit of fresh thanks to waist width and rocker profile.

The unique combination of metal and dampening materials really makes this ski come alive and has tons of rebound and energy.

Have fun! A really good choice.

Answer by: Dave Hatoff on Jan 7, 2022, 10:36 AM

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