The Rossignol S3 + Axial 2 Speedset Bindings Skis are a narrower-waisted version of the S7. Sharing the same Powder Turn Rocker as its big brother with low camber underfoot and high tip and tail rocker, the S3 is a versatile all-terrain vehicle. Powder Turn Rocker provides amazing floatation, tracking and an efficient angle of attack that gives skiers effortless steering and instant speed control. At 98 mm underfoot, the S3 is a functional and lightweight all-mountain powder ski that is incredibly maneuverable, easy-to-steer and forgiving. Whether using Alpine, AT, or freeheel bindings, the S3 has the quickness and agility perfect for poaching secret stashes in and out of bounds. It is a versatile adventure ski and the ideal lightweight powder tool for skiers who love exploring all of the nooks and crannies on the mountain. Note: This is a used Ski/binding package.
Powder Turn Rocker With 50% standard camber underfoot and 50% rocker in the tip and tail, this rocker profile offers tons of float in the deep stuff, while still retaining the edge control of traditional camber on hardpack.
Centered Sidecut Featuring a unique tapering of tip and tail with short sidecut directly underfoot with a deep radius, this shape provides edge grip and power underfoot, while a shorter length of sidecut allows for easy steering and playfulness.
Traditional sandwich construction with vertical sidewalls creates direct edging pressure while the core and linen fiber/fiberglass laminates provide flex and stability.
Axial 2 Speedset Bindings Angled lateral arms and a wider footprint provide better power transmission and a better connection to wider boards.
Din range of 3.5-12
Bindings come mounted to skis but need to be adjusted for you and your ski boots. Always have a certified binding technician mount and adjust your bindings.
Note: This ski/binding package is used.
Spoon Tip Tapered, spoon-shaped tip for maximum flotation and effortless tracking in deep snow
|Tip Width (mm)||128|
|Waist Width (mm)||98|
|Tail Width (mm)||1118|
|Turning Radius (m)||19.6|