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Rossignol S3 All-Mountain Powder Skis 2013 - Womens
The S3 Womens all-mountain powder skis are a narrower-waisted version of the S7 Womens ski. The S3 shares the same powder turn rocker as its big sister combining low camber underfoot with high tip and tail rocker. Powder Turn rocker provides amazing floatation, tracking and an efficient angle of attack that gives skiers effortless steering and instant speed control. At 98mm underfoot, the S3 W is a versatile and lighter-weight all-mountain powder ski that is incredibly maneuverable, easy-to-steer and forgiving. Whether using an Alpine, AT or Freeheel binding the S3 W has the quickness and agilility perfect for poaching secret stashes in and out-of-bounds. It is a versatile adventure ski and the ideal lightweight powder tool for ladies who love exploring the all of the nooks-and-crannies on the mountain.

  • 70% Powder / 30% Piste  
  • Structure: Minicap Sandwich    
  • Core: Fiberglass –  Wood
  • Reinforcement:  Kevlar Carbon   
  • Camber height : Low  
  • Rocker height: High    
  • Camber length: 50%  
  • Rocker length : 50%  
  • Tip: Spoon Tip   
  • Sidecut: 124-96-114  
  • Camber: High    
  • Profile sidecut: Centered    
  • System: Open  
  • Does not include bindings
  • Item: 121-RA1SV02
Rossignol S3 All-Mountain Powder Skis 2013 - Womens
Ability Level:  Advanced Intermediate – Expert
Base Material:  Minicap Sandwich
Binding Included:  Yes
Core Material:  Fiberglass – Wood
Sidecut Radius:  124-96-114
Tip Width:  Spoon Tip
Warranty:  Manufacture defect
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