Rossignol 7 series

Rossignol 7 series
Category: Offpist / Freeride
Brand: Rossignol
Modelyear: 2018
(Official information from Rossignol)

What do you think about Rossignol 7 series?
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In the back, the ski is generally stable and responsive, especially below the foot. It is witty in the radius and playful to go on with a good grip on the edges. It's twisty, predictable and feels very safe when I put it on edge in a stopwatch. I'm impressed by how well the Rossignol ski engineers managed to weigh the two opposite characteristics of damping versus reaction. As said, the ski is responsive and playful, but at the same time it is very safe to ride. Just as much of the back's irregularities propagate to my body.

As I then speed up, the ski begins to feel a bit worried, especially in the tip and tail. That the top has been made easier feel. The skid is flared both at the front and the back. In a way, it feels like the ski consists of two parts. A safe, stable and rigid part underneath the foot. Then comes the next part of the ski, tipping and tail, which is fluttery and worried. Too bad, I think when the ski is so good to go on.

All in all; Rossignol Soul HD 7 is a well-balanced slide when it comes to attenuation / responsiveness. The skid is then fitted with a light tip which flares in speed.

Riding style: Pist and stable offpiste
Length on the ski: 188 cm
Riders weight: 74 kg
Riders length: 174 cm

04/12/2017 (Modified: 08/08/2018)
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In pillows it's amazing, the long tip raises the ski. In the piste it is surprisingly good to be so fat. You can trust it to 100%


Skit grymm ski that you can go everywhere. Gram in the piste and outside the piste.

Riding style: Pillows and pistes
Length on the ski: 180 cm
Riders weight: 62 kg
Riders length: 170 cm