The Rossignol Sassy 7 is a great ski for any gal who is a beginner to intermediate skier that is ready to tackle more challenging terrain than the groomers. The Sassy 7 utilizes a Centered Sidecut that gives you easy steering, with a playful feeling that directs your energy directly over your feet. Rossignol's Powder Turn Rocker makes entry and exit of your turns seem almost effortless, while still providing you with grip on the snow and ample flotation should you find your way into fresh powder. The 90mm waist will roll over crud that may form on the groomers, and give you extra floatation when things may start getting a little deep for you. The Sassy 7 is made with RossiTop Cap Construction which is very lightweight, forgiving, and easy to ski for newer or lighter skiers to have the upmost of control over their skis. If you are beginner skier or a solid intermediate that is ready to head off the groomers the Rossignol Sassy 7 is the perfect ski for you to do it with.
Powder Turn Rocker
Forgiving RossiTop Cap Construction
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Hi I'm Jessica and I just got off the Rossignol Sassy 7. For me I give this ski a 3.5 out of 5 star rating. It was a lot heavier than I prefer my skis to be but with it being heavier it did make it more stable at those faster speeds. It wasn't as easy to turn for me, you really do have to get in there to get the turns. The quick turns if that's the type of skier that you are, I don't recommend this ski but if you like the long and wide turns this ski is going to do that for you. It's got 90 underfoot so it's great on powder. It also held a really good edge on the groomed runs today. So it was a good all-mountain ski for the person who gets the varying conditions but for me it was only a 3.5 out of 5 stars.
Hi I'm Julie, I just got off the Rossignol Sassy 7. I give this ski a 5 out of 5 star rating. It's an excellent ski for a beginner to intermediate level skier looking for versatility out of a ski. It's very easy to initiate a turn. We've got a little bit of powder conditions in the trees so I was able to find a little bit of softer stuff today in order to really test out this ski and I found it to be very easy to ski and an excellent confidence builder.
Hi I'm Brigitte and I just got off the Rossignol Sassy 7's. And these are awesome because they're an all-mountain ski. I felt like on the softer powder it was a lot easier to ski on, hardpack was a little tough. But it was all around a 4 out of 5. Great for an intermediate beginner. I think this would range for a lot of different levels. So I give it a 4 out of 5.
Hi I'm Jess and I just got off the Rossignol Sassy 7. I would give this ski a 3.5 out of 5 stars. It's a beginner to intermediate level ski. Very easy to turn, nice and light underfoot, just kind of what you want in a beginner ski. Not great up at a little bit of ski, although for beginners that shouldn't be an issue, but if you do like to go a little bit faster this might not quite be the ski for you. But if you're looking for something to be able to kind of go all over the mountain and learn and get a little bit better then this is definitely the ski for you.