Rossignol S7 Freeride


Oct 21, 2010
Outside Magazine
Rossignol S7 Freeride

Rossignol S7 Freeride

The S7 is two skis in one. On a powder day, reverse camber at the tip and tail, reverse sidecut in the shovel, and a 115mm waist make it an effortless soft-snow tool. But the traditional camber and sidecut underfoot let you carve decent turns on groomers, in part because the ski is so heavily rockered up front that it's easy to tip it on edge. "You can run them straight out, get agile in the trees, or set your edges and imitate a carved turn," said one tester. "It's the perfect Utah ski." 145/115/123;
powder, control
Filed To: Alpine Skis

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