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  • Auto Turn rocker in tips and tails offers easy steering in any snow, and traditional camber underfoot provides tenacious edge-grip
  • Air Tip technology enhances flotation and control, keeping tips above the snow surface for fatigue-free maneuverability and reducing swing weight for quick directional changes
  • Extended sidecut continues beyond the rockered tips and tails, providing full engagement of ski edges during turns at high speeds and easy maneuverability at low speeds
  • Carbon Alloy Matrix increases edge grip, stability, dampness and drive for a finely tuned fusion of edge-grip and loose, playful mobility
  • Please note: Bindings are not included


Recommended skier and snowboarder weights are a general guideline. Additional factors can affect which size will best suit your needs. If you have questions regarding ski and snowboard sizing, please contact us at 1-800-426-4840.

REI will gladly mount your bindings. An additional fee may apply, so please contact one of our participating REI ski shops for a quote.

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Best Use Downhill Skiing
Ski Terrain Groomed
Tip Width 135 millimeters
Waist Width 88 millimeters
Tail Width 124 millimeters
Sidecut Radius
172 cm
15 meters
180 cm
17 meters
188 cm
18 meters
Ski Camber Tip and Tail Rocker
Core Wood
Bindings Included No
Gender Men's
Rated 5 out of 5 by from IDEAL NARROW SKI IN YOUR TWO SKI QUIVER LONG TERM UPDATE I now have this ski in my personal inventory, and have skied it in a wide variety of conditions. Pros: -"Cream-Of-The-Crop" for this approximate width underfoot -perfect mate to your wide pow ski, for the "ideal" two ski quiver that should cover "all" conditions -Superb carver at all turn radius -very forgiving, with large sweet spot on flatter terrain -excellent edge engagement -excellent edge hold, even on those skied off icy areas -excellent stability and damping at high speed, and in variable conditions -even flex pattern -excellent float in pow for this width, with its wide tip and tail (better than many skis in the approx 100mm underfoot width). I will use this 88mm underfoot ski up to approximately 4-6 inches, before switching to my powder ski, with some overlap in performance at this depth, depending on snow type. -very good in soft bumps, firmer bumps require a correct, and balanced body position, in a narrowed sweet spot (balance point on ski), due to this skis stiffer flex Cons: Rossignol uses a aluminum add on piece to the tip of this ski, and others in their line, including the women's version "Temptation 88" which my wife owns. This added metal probably adds damping, and torsional stability to the tip, which is a bonus. However, it is attached to the ski with protruding round head screws on the bottom outer edges of the piece. When skiing with your feet together (as you would in bumps), the wide tip overlaps (which is not a problem), but the round head screws catch on the upper side edge of the aluminum, on the opposite ski. This will get your attention! This is a poor design, that Rossignol can easily rectify. I am going to replace these screws with flat head stainless, and recess the hole in the aluminum, so that it is a flat surface. In addition, I may taper the abrupt top edge of the aluminum with a filler, or bevel it with a grinder. Craig "Yellow Gentian Ski Reviews"
Date published: 2017-03-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fun! What you recommend as bindings for the experience 88, 170 lbs, 6 ft, male almost expert but not a bomber! Buying my husband new pair, he loved org 88 but skied in some rocks, core shot!
Date published: 2017-02-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great ski I have now put 3 days on the E-88's in the 180 cm lenght. They are very responsive and hold extremely well on the groom. The rocker tip blasts through the cut upsnow with no bounce back.
Date published: 2016-12-27
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I am a 71 year old male, 5'6", 170lbs, ski in the east on blue, single diamond and occasionally double diamond.  What length ski would you recommend?

Asked by: abh12
​Based on your height, weight and ability we recommend ordering a ski size from 160-169 cm.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-03-29

6' 4 " 186lbs 63 year old. Vermonter Ski steep groomers and mellow moguls on my 188 old K2s. Old school, feet close together, fall line turns, unweighting and .digging in the front edge. ready for a ski that makes it easier what size 180 or 188?

Asked by: Vermonter
​Based on the information you have provided, a 180 cm will be the best size for you.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-02-27
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