Rossignol teams with PIQ to help you track your time on the slopes

Sports equipment manufacturer Rossignol and connected device manufacturer PIQ have teamed up to help you track your skiing and snowboarding performance. The PIQ ski sensor can measure almost any performance metric as you race down the slopes.

Like its golf and tennis models, the PIQ ski sensor is a 13-axis sensor that gathers data about velocity, air time, G-force, and much more. You wear it as you ski or snowboard, and its data is transferred to the upcoming Rossignol and PIQ app. With the app, you'll be able to see how you performed on each turn. You can also share your results with others, and challenge them to beat you.

You can pre-order the PIQ ski sensor now for the special pre-release price of $149.99.

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