Rossignol Essential Skis – Sustainably Designed

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Rossignol has designed a ski with sustainability in mind, the Rossignol Essential Skis are now the world’s most recyclable ski. They are constructed with the least amount of materials as possible focusing on recycled, natural certified, and bio-sourced materials to reduce environmental impact and maximize recyclability.

Conventional skis have an average recyclability rate of just 7% and with the release of the Essential ski, Rossignol sets a new benchmark in sustainable ski development to a 77% recyclability rate. All the while maintaining the performance and durability traits Rossignol consumers have come to expect.

The Essential ski from Rossignol is designed from 73% recycled, certified and bio-sourced materials and using no solvents or water.

 

With an oversized sidecut and a full titanal layer the skis offer a solid mechanism for maneuverability, power and control in extreme conditions or at high-speed. They are available now in limited quantities. For more info on these and other Rossignol products, visit www.rossignol.com.

Rossignol Essential Skis Features

  • Weight – 3.8 Kg/Pair (167cm)
  • Sidecuts dimensions (mm) – 122-69-103
  • Sidecuts profile – OVERSIZED SIDECUT
  • Rocker – PISTE ROCKER
  • Construction – RECTANGULAR FULL SIDEWALL
  • Core – BEECH PEFC WOOD CORE
  • Reinforcements – FULL TI LAYER, SYCOMORE WOOD
  • Binding Included – All Mountain Free Bindings SPX 12 GW B80 GREY ORGANIC

They are available now in limited quantities. For more info on these and other Rossignol products, visit www.rossignol.com.

Mark Ranum: Mark is an outdoor adventure seeker, living in the beautiful state of Michigan. He loves trekking hundreds of miles through the wilderness, whether on two feet or two wheels, always looking for the next new trail or road to see where it will take him.
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