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Rossignol Soul 7 Skis 2015

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Best Use: All Mountain Wide skis are one-quiver for on/off-trail

All Mountain Wide skis are one-quiver for on/off-trail

Width: Wide - ideal for big mountain, off-trail and deep powder

Wide - ideal for big mountain, off-trail and deep powder

Flex: Stiff - advanced to experts who want power and control

Stiff - advanced to experts who want power and control

Rocker Profile: Rocker/Camber/Rocker skis for versatile all-mountain

Rocker/Camber/Rocker skis for versatile all-mountain

 

The Rossignol Soul 7 is a fantastic ski for the advanced to expert skier who is looking for true versatility. At 106mm in the waist it can float in the deepest of powder and still be an extremely easy ski to ski on the trail. The Air Tip has a patented air-honeycomb designed with some reinforcement to still keep the shovel rigid but lightweight. Rossignol's Powder Turn Rocker has a longer, progressive tip for easy floatation in deep snow that does not have the floppy feeling that other rockered skis have. The rocker in the tail is tapered for easy smearability in pow and instant breaking power when you need to dump some speed. Low Camber underfoot gives you power and rebound on the groomed trails. The Soul 7 is highly maneuverable in any condition and the new light Paulownia Wood core is just as powerful but it causes the ski to be 20% lighter. The VAS increases the stability of the ski and keeps the floppy tip sensation to a minimum. The Soul 7 is one ski that can help even the most advanced skier improve, or be very easy for the intermediate start to tackle terrain that he has never done before, but always wanted to. It has been a best seller since its inception, get one while you can.


  • Light Core
  • VAS Dampening



Shipping Restriction: This item is not available for shipment outside of the United States.

 

Skill Range: Advanced-Pro



Ski Specifications

Type: All-Mountain Wide Skis (96-110mm)
Bindings Included: No
What Binding is Included?: N/A
Binding DIN: N/A
Binding Weight Range: N/A
Waist Width: 106mm
Tip/Waist/Tail Widths: 136/106/130 (@180cm)
Tail Profile: Flared
Rocker: Rocker/Camber/Rocker
Flex: Stiff
Turn Radius: 16-20
Actual Turn Radius @ Specified Length: 17m (@180cm)
Construction Type: Sidewall
Core Material: Wood
Base Material: Sintered
Used: No
Titanium: No
Special Features: Air Tip
Special Features: Powder Turn Rocker
Warranty: One Year
Skill Range:
Model Year: 2015
Model Number: RACQI01.172
Product ID: 317571
Shipping Restriction: This item is not available for shipment outside of the United States.
Rossignol Soul 7 Skis 2015

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  • Good Carving Ability
  • lightweight
  • Great Flotation
  • Versatile
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  • Groomed Terrain
  • Downhill
  • Powder Skiing

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Put simply, this is an absolutely incredible ski! Seeing that it won virtually every 2014 ski test and reading about its unique new construction, this came as no surprise but the capability this ski has is phenomenal and far, far surpassed my expectations. I gave up my Volkl Mantras for the Soul 7 and never even had a second thought. Words cannot describe how well the Soul 7 skis. Rossignol truly has a champion on its hands. Skiing it in AspenSnowmass last week for four days on hard pack groomers and in epic powder for three days during one of their biggest storms made me a complete fanatic about this ski. It turns effortlessly (17m radius), skis like a much more nimble ski, rips groomers eagerly, carves through crud, floats in pow, and handles the steep and deep easily. Love the way the tail releases and it can smear on demand. Love the way it carves. Love the way it moves and is nimble in the trees. It WILL make you a better skier. I never thought I would write all those accolades in one review. It is truly the one ski you need for everything. Buy it now without hesitation. (If you can find it in stock!)
 
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2014 Rossignol Soul 7 Ski Review
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Hey, this is Tyler here and I just got off the Rossi Soul 7. It's a new ski this year and I really like what it's doing. I'll give it a 5 out of 5. Ya know, it's a really wide ski, it can be used for all-mountain. Ya know, it's really playful too so there's a lot of things going into this ski that I really had a lot of fun basically doing anything I wanted even though it's a pretty aggressive-looking ski, you really can do mostly anything on the hill and you'll still have a lot of fun. So, anywhere from advanced-intermediate-to- expert I think you'll really enjoy this ski.
 
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2014 Rossignol Soul 7 Ski Review
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Hi. Thom here with the Rossignol Soul 7. I'm going to give this guy 3 out of 5 stars. It's a unique ski. At 106 underfoot, it's a really versatile shape but for me, in this waist dimension, it really doesn't give you that stable feel on hard pack. Granted that's not really where it's meant to be but you have to ski it every now and again. It is good in crud and softer snow. You've got a lot of rocker so it planes up real easily but it's definitely not going to be for your bigger, stronger skier. Either your older guy that's not pushing it quite as hard or maybe you're lighter weight, intermediate that's looking to dabble in more off-piste conditions, would be really at home here.
 
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2014 Rossignol Soul 7 Ski Review
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Kyle on a Soul 7 from Rossignol. It's a new ski this year and I absolutely love it. I'm going to give it a 5 out of 5. For how wide it is, it's surprising nimble and easy to hop switch and hop back forward. Yeah, I love this ski. It gets a little bit chattery on the hard pack but yeah, great for you're intermediate-to-expert all-mountain skier. Check it out.
 
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Hi, I'm Steve and I just got off the Rossi Soul 7. This ski is amazing. I give it 5 out of 5 stars. It has this air tip that is absolutely hollow, it has like a honeycomb in it and it's extremely light and yet in spite of that this ski actually holds on hard pack and groomed stuff amazingly well. But if you've got soft powder the thing will just float. It's got lots of rocker in it, as you can see, so it will definitely want to get up on top of the snow. This could be a great ski for just anything. You go out and maybe the snow's groomed or hard pack and then some snow falls or the snow falls and then it become hard pack, you don't need to change skis. This ski can go anywhere and be a great ski in the trees. I also took it into the moguls and I was surprised at how nimble and quick it was to come around so it really is a ski that absolutely could go anywhere.
 
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2014 Rossignol Soul 7 Ski Review
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Hi, Kevin here. Just got off the brand new Rossignol Soul 7. I give this ski 5 out of 5 stars. Loved it. I've got an old S7. This is just a newer, better version of it with a new air tip, super light, transition from turn-to-turn even quicker. Lower profile rocker in the tip so it was much more stable. Didn't get that tip wobble. Just a much, much more versatile ski than the old S7. Really versatile. Long turns, short turns, lots of rebound energy coming out of the turn. Lightweight, quick transition. This is a 188. The snow's pretty firm today. Had tons of edge grip. At 160 pounds, if I was going to ski a lot of trees, I might drop down to the 80 but if you're going to ski more wide open bowls, big open terrain, definitely you can step up a length in this ski. 5 out of 5 stars.
 
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Hey, it's Hunter here. Just got off the Rossi Soul 7 and for me this is a 2 star ski and it's really based on my style of skiing. I ski pretty forward with a wider stance and like to carve a turn. If you're a skier that wants great float, something easy to ski in crud, stands upright and pivots their turns, this is a phenomenal option. If you're more of a raced-based background, I would perhaps look elsewhere.
 
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I'm Adam and I was just skiing on the Rossignol Soul 7. New ski for them this year. It kind of takes the shape of the great old S7 and skinnys it up a little bit. I also found it a little bit stiffer in the tail so it was a little more responsive in long turns. It's a great ski to take on-and-off-piste. Really forgiving but also really stable at the same time. 5 out of 5.
 
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Hi, this is Hans. I just came off the Rossignol Soul 7. This ski has a new feature that's pretty incredible. It's got honeycomb tip and tail. It makes incredibly low swing weight. That's a ski you can take pretty much anywhere you want to go. Even in high speeds it holds really well. I give this ski a 4.5 out of 5 for your advanced-to-expert skier.
 
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Q: Hello! I just moved from Italy to the Northwest. I am a 6.2ft 200 lbs advance skier. I am looking for skis that will make me experience fresh Off-Pista but would still be good in the Italian alps. I used to race so they need to handle high speed.
Asked : Nov 28, 2014
By : Jacopo, Seattle (WA)
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A: For all of the types of skiing you will be doing, the Rossignol Soul 7 would be a solid option, and will provide great floating power in steeper conditions while being stable at high speeds.
Answered : Dec 01, 2014
By : Dru, Customer Service
Q: Hello, I am having trouble choosing between a 180/188 length for skiing in CO. I'm 5'11, 185lbs, level 8 ability. Upgrading from a fully cambered 176 Atomic Snoop. Enjoy open bowls, not a fan of bumps/tight trees, but can ski these conditions. Tks
Asked : Nov 27, 2014
By : JD, Colorado Springs
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A: Based on your stats, you would want to go with the 180cm length in the Rossignol Soul 7 for an ideal fit.
Answered : Dec 01, 2014
By : Dru, Customer Service
Q: Hello, I am an advance intermediate skier, about a level 6. I ski mostly blues in Southern California mountains with occasional blacks at controlled speeds. I usually have 1 trip to either mammoth or tahoe per season. I am looking at the rossignol soul 7. I am 5 foot 7 inches and 172 lbs. What length would you recommend for me? i would like to buy skis that I can grow with and be versatile
Asked : Apr 19, 2014
By : dre, Newhall, CA
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A: Based on your stats, I would recommend going with the Rossignol Soul 7 skis in the 180cm length. These should provide a solid combination of nimbleness and floating power, and will give you additional length to grow into as you continue to progress.
Answered : Apr 22, 2014
By : Dru, Customer Care
Q: I am looking at the Soul 7 and am wondering about sizing. I am 6' 1" and 205 lbs. I am in intermediate skier that regularly ski blues and slower on blacks. I currently ski Salomon Rocker2 90 in a 177cm as my everyday ski. What size would you recommend? By your guide it looks like I would need a 183 cm.
Asked : Mar 03, 2014
By : mat
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A: Based on your stats I would indeed recommend going with the 183cm Rossignol Soul 7's, although from what you have described it sounds like these skis would be too stiff for you.
Answered : Mar 05, 2014
By : Dru, Customer Care
Q: Hi, I am ready to order this ski. I am an advanced beginner currently trying to master the blues and have never tried black diamonds. usually ski in the East Coast on groomed trails. I am 5 and 8" and 165 lbs. Please advise if this is right pair for me and advise the right size. Much appreciated.
Asked : Feb 25, 2014
By : Skinovice, Poconos, PA
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A: The Rossignol Soul 7 is a stiffer, advanced level ski designed for all mountain versatility. They will be too stiff for you at your current skill level and too wide for skiing mainly East coast groomer runs.
Answered : Feb 27, 2014
By : Dru, Customer Care
Q: what size ski would fit me best? im 6"5 and weigh 253 pounds and am an intermedate, advanced skier looking for something to rip the piest, crud, and powder thanks
Asked : Jan 16, 2014
By : danny, austria
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A: At your weight and skill level, I would highly recommend the 188cm length of the Rossignol Soul 7's for optimal performance.
Answered : Jan 23, 2014
By : Dru, Customer Care
Q: How do the Soul 7's do at high speed on hardpack? My concern would be that they would be too soft.
Asked : Jan 15, 2014
By : Original 12th, Seattle
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A: The lightness and added stiffness of the Rossignol Soul 7's will make them solid both in powder as well as when carving on hardpack and icy conditions.
Answered : Jan 20, 2014
By : Dru, Customer Care
Q: Hello, Would you please recommend a proper length? I am 5'5 180 lb advanced skier all mountain, 14 days a year in soft powder and the rest of the year - weekends in hard packed in New England. Much Obliged.
Asked : Dec 08, 2013
By : Bazilio, Boston, MA
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A: Bazilio, Skis are sized mostly on weight, based on your stats you end up closer to the 180cm length. However, since since you are a bit shorter and going to be skiing typical New England as much or more than you will be skiing powder I would recommend getting the 172cm length for a little easier maneuvering on the tighter trails / trees at many of the resorts in New England. If you have any more questions please let us know.
Answered : Dec 09, 2013
By : Julie, Product Specialist
Q: I'm a 250lb 6ft tall intermediate - advanced skier who loves to carve groomers but wants to branch out to off piste. I ski canada once a year but otherwise it's east coast. Would this ski work for me?
Asked : Nov 17, 2013
By : FC, PA
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A: With a waist width of 106mm, the Rossignol Soul 7 skis will make an excellent choice for your off piste endeavors. It is also stiff enough that carving with them will be solid as well.
Answered : Nov 19, 2013
By : Dru, Customer Care
Q: Two questions: 1) I am from the Northeast and recently moved out to San Francisco so I'm looking for a new pair of skis that will be better suited for Tahoe and Colorado (bust still will get the job done when I'm back east visiting family and friends). Are these a good choice and is there anything else you might recommend? 2) If I am on the right track with these ones, what size would you recommend for a 210lb. 6'4" guy?
Asked : Nov 04, 2013
By : Pop-O-Matic, San Francisco, CA
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A: Based on the information provided, the Rossignol Soul 7's would be an excellent choice for you in the 188cm length. I would also recommend checking out the Super 7's, which will give you a slightly stiffer carving ski, even for a fat powder model.
Answered : Nov 07, 2013
By : Dru, Customer Care
 
   
 
   
 
   
 
   

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