Rossignol S3 Pommier Skis 2009

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S3 Rossingnol Pommier Skis

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Graphic inspiration by the sin: Lust
No need to sacrifice control in the air for float in deep snow! The new S3 does it all! Doesn't matter if you are throwing down big airs in the park or stomp it in the pow this 90mm width twin, is incredibly fast, stable, and agile on-piste and off, be prepare to dominate the entire mountain.
50% Backcountry / 50% Jib

140cm-R14.6, SC120/90/113

Sidewalls are angled at a 30 degree incline to improve swing weight, reduce the overall weight of the ski, and enhance edging and durability.

The Mini ROSSITOP cap strengthens the top of the ski and is resistant to chipping for increased durability.

All freestyle skis have a layer of Visco in the tip and tail of the ski to absorb shocks and reduce over-flexing.

Aka the ollie effect. All freestyle models have softer flexing tips and tails, and a stiffer mid-section. This allows the skier to load the tips or tails to spring onto a rail or boost out of the half pipe, and improves skier balance.

Wood cores provide ultimate feel, power and durability. Rossignol now uses more wood cores throughout the product lines to produce the best responsive feel with maximized stability.

Patented core design. The strands of fiber in the core and fiberglass are aligned with the sidecut shape; the core has an increased concentration of fibers under the foot, with less density in the tip and tail. The lighter weight at the extremities gives the skier improved balance, rotation and higher boosts, while the dense concentration of fibers under foot maintain stability for more snap on take-offs and landings. This new orientation optimizes flex and reduces weight.

For the first time ever 7 prominent board culture artists,
some of them skateboard legends like Steve Cabellero and Andy Howell, have been asked to create original art for the new Rossignol twin tip ski line.

The concept is simple
7 Skis, 7 Artists, and a mission to artistically express the 7 Deadly Sins.

Curated by Spacejunk gallery, the Seven Artistic Sins project provides a canvas for the artists who's work drives the board culture movement. The art created for the Seven Artistic Sins will be showcased globally in exhibitions, websites, and gallery books, thus injecting fresh, artistic, cultural relevancy into the ski world.

With the seven artistic sins, skis are not just generic graphics and sidecuts, They become ridable art.

WARRANTY: 1 year


  • 4
    great ski

    Posted by David on 6th Mar 2012

    bought this ski last year carves great pretty light weight and does real well for both back country and park only thing i would recommend is to trade out fore some better bindings once you get the skies, over all great ski for the money I've taken this ski to whistler and many other resorts