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The Rossignol S1 Howell is the ski of choice for move with impunity from the park to the pipe to groomed to the bumps to the trees and back. The S1 Howell is all about versatility – it’ll let you jib all over the hill while still holding it down on manicured trannies and rails. The S1’s wood core gives the ski a responsive and snappy feel while the progressive flex offers stability underfoot with more pop in the tips and tails for bigger boosts and smooth butters.

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i was just wondering if these skis would...

i was just wondering if these skis would be alright for hardpack. i like hiting the parks but im also in love with the steep slopes sometimes. someone below said they were a bit thin. but would they still be alright. im 6 foot 140 pounds.

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yes. they are great all mountain skis. they are very good in the parks, too

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i was just wondering if these skis would...

i was just wondering if these skis would be alright for hardpack. i like hiting the parks but im also in love with the steep slopes sometimes. someone below said they were a bit thin. but would they still be alright. im 6 foot 140 pounds.

I'm new to skiing and recently bought these...

I'm new to skiing and recently bought these on super clearance at a sportgoods store. I didn't realize until I got home that they were Mens and I was wondering if they would be okay for a woman or if I should only look for skiis specifically designed for women?
Thanks!

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They will be fine. Womens skis are slightly softer than the mens ski that they are compared with and the center of the ski is positioned up to 2cm closer to the front because women have a lower center of gravity and this puts women over the proper part of the ski when skiing. If you are just starting out, it doesnt matter much. Learn on these and get a womens ski as your next ski. It is more important for your boots to fit properly. I am a woman and I ski mens skis most of the time.

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stability

i am very happy with my purchase of these skis... first time with twin tips and am pleased. just one thing - skiing the hard-packed, icy slopes of VT , i just wish they were a little thicker to add more stability. they are fantastic in powder and lighter conditions, but the thickness under you when skiing ice is what these skis are missing.

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Damaged ski

One of my skis has split open at tip for about 4 inchs. I only have about 60 hours on the skis.
Warrenty 1 yr. and I have had the skis 1yr and 1 month.

Avoid Rossignol S1 Howell

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yeah they aren't so durable

I am wondering what size i should get.. I...

I am wondering what size i should get.. I am 5' 3" and about 85 lbs.?
i ride mostly park and intermediate/advanced

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148 and 138 would both work, 148 may be a bit big but they will last longer if you are growing.

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138 would be too small, especially if you are still growing. You would get a longer twin tip than you would ski a traditional all mountain ski. They have less contact with the snow because of the tips.

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i am 5'3" aswell and a little heavier and my skis are 157s, the shorter the skis, the easier it is to rotate. also buy them bigger if u hope to grow into them. mine should last me another 2 years or so.

Rossignol S1 Howell Alpine Ski with railing system

Rossignol S1 Howell Alpine Ski with railing system

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Do these skis require a binding plate to mount the bindings? What is the purpose of the the plate?

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where did you get the riser plate ? what bindings did u end up using?

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I bought S1 Howell skis with railing system...

I bought S1 Howell skis with railing system on it but I don't have zip on binding for it.

Can I mount sapphire 90 binding on it or Do I have to use only SAS 100 binding which is recommended? Where can I get it? I am from Calgary, AB.

Thank you very much.

Jiri.

Would these skis be good for intermediat...

Would these skis be good for intermediate/advanced boys, aged 10 and 12, weighing 95-110 lbs? I see them on sale at Tramdock and was wondering. Any help appreciated.

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Yeah, they would be fine for them. In the 158cm might be good, since they will still grow.

How will these skis perform in powder and...

How will these skis perform in powder and in ice?

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It will be alright for either. The waist leaves little for float, but since most people on these are light and/or kids, that doesn't really make a difference. For ice though, the waist is almost to the stage were super quick edge transfers are gone, making ice more of a challenge.

Write your question here...What does jibber...

Write your question here...What does jibber mean?

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http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=jibber

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Jibbing = using anything on the mountain in order to do tricks. This can be on cliffs, pillows, logs, rails, jumps, halfpipes, quarterpipes, stalls, etc.

Jibber = Anyone who does this.

Jibbing usually refers to rails now days.

i'm an intermediate skier looking for my...

i'm an intermediate skier looking for my first pair of twin tip skis, i,m 6 foot 2 and only 145 to 150 and was wondering if this ski would work fr me?

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Honestly if you are 6'2 you need a longer size than anything they have in stock in this ski. I wouldn't go less than 178ish. If you go too short, it'll be weird, because people typically mount their bindings forward more than on a traditional ski.

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if you only wiegh 145 150 i would get a 168 for sure because otherwise your not gonna be able to do the stuff that these skis are made for. also depends if you are skiing powder or hardpack. u need longer skis for powder.

Im looking for skis that are twin tipped,...

Im looking for skis that are twin tipped, cheap, pretty good for the terrian parks, and i can ride on slopes, are these good, or are there better ones?

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It depends really. These come in pretty short lengths, so if you want to ride a longer ski that is fairly cheap but rips it, check out the K2 Silencer. Comes in a longer length, a slightly wider tip and tail, and a fir core, which I think is a better all around core. Plus, the blood red looks sick. These are also good though, so it's ultimately up to you.

Does anyone have an opinion on whether...

Does anyone have an opinion on whether these would work with tele bindings?

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the underfoot for these is only 80cm...i would get a wider ski for teles

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I seen people with tele bindings on slalom race skis. They are usually 65-68mm underfoot.