The new Rossignol Soul 7 HD takes a great skiing ski and makes it ski even better than previous models. Rossignol's new Carbon Alloy Matrix increases the edge grip on firmer snow, improves the maneuverability, and stability by using a Basalt and Carbon Fiber weave over the Paulownia Wood Core. The Soul 7 utilizes Powder Turn Rocker for a fantastic amount of flotation in soft snow, crud, and deep powder. The 106mm waist feels remarkably edgy and maneuverable when it is time for you to lay down some medium to long radius turns on the groomers. Rossignol's Air Tip Construction uses a honeycomb structure in the tip and tail to pull heavier material away from the extremities of the ski to lower the swingweight, and improves your control anywhere on the mountain. The Free VAS dampening system eliminates the tip wobble that many heavily rockered skis have, to give you one smooth and easy to ski ride that loves the fresh snow, but can give you your money's worth anywhere on the mountain. Find out while this ski has been a favorite for so many skiers for so many reasons.
Hi I'm Adam and I was just skiing on the new Rossignol Soul 7 HD. I give this ski 5 out of 5 stars. Rossignol took a fantastic ski with the Soul 7 and made it even better with the addition of the new Carbon Alloy Matrix. It gives the ski a lot more backbone and a lot more power, it really increases the edge grip but it didn't really sacrifice any of the maneuverability thanks to the Air Tip and the Powder Turn Rocker. It's just a fantastic ski that's easy to ski and now it even skis better in the firm conditions and it always kills it and always will in the soft snow. 5 out of 5 stars.
Hi I'm Thom, I just got off of the Rossignol Soul 7. This is a 5 out of 5 star ski for me. This is not a ski that I was previously a big fan of but with Rossi's new Carbon Alloy Matrix, it stabled up the ski, it gave it a lot of horsepower, a lot more backbone then it used to have. But they did not take any of the playfulness out of this ski. It's very easy to maneuver, very easy to get up on edge; even on firmer snow, the thing just rails a turn. But it's got a lot of dampness and a lot more calm nature that it lacked in the previous seasons. For your strong intermediate up through your expert level skier, that wants to spend the majority of their time off trail, this is just a fantastic ski. 5 out of 5 stars.
Hey this is Jeff, I just got off the Rossignol Soul 7. New and improved for this year. The ski still an absolute blast to ski on, 5 out of 5 stars. This is a true all-mountain ski, it does everything. Skis the frontside wonderfully especially with the update in the construction this year. But if you got into some fresh stuff you're going to absolutely love this ski there as well. It's a one ski quiver, it does everything on the mountain. 5 out of 5 stars for the Rossi Soul 7.
Hi this is Brooks, I just rode the Rossignol Soul 7 - awesome ski. 5 out of 5 stars. It's a go anywhere, do anything ski. For the strong intermediate through advanced skier, it's great. The tips bounce around a little bit but once you get used to that it's no problem. You can carve big turns, go fast, do quick turns, go anywhere. 5 out of 5 stars.
A:Based on your weight and frequency of skiing the 180cm sounds like the optimal size for you. Without a measure of aggressiveness or skill level, it is difficult to give a firmer answer. If you are an aggressive expert you should jump up to the 188cm, if not the 180cm.
Answered : Jan 19, 2017
By : Adam, Midwest
Q: Just like the previous question, I am trying to figure which size of this ski would suit me best. I am intermediate to advanced in my skiing, do mostly frontside, but living in California love to ski the powder when we're lucky enough to get it. Which size of this ski would be best for me, at 6"2 and 190 pounds, the 180 or the 188? I am coming off of Volkl 6Star's.
Asked : Jan 11, 2017
By : Stone, Fresno, CA, United States
A:Based on your weight and ability the 180cm Soul 7 HD will be the optimal size for you. By the looks of the weather you are pretty lucky with getting some pow this season. Better get these and get out there while it is super deep!
Answered : Jan 12, 2017
By : Adam, Midwest
Q: I am 6' tall and weigh about 180lbs. I would call myself a advanced skier but just don't ski as much as I use too. I take a trip out west every year and besides that I do most of my skiing up north in MI. What size ski would your recommend in this ski the 180 or 188? Thanks