The new Rossignol Super 7 HD is that perfect ski for aggressive skiers looking for awesome flotation in the soft and deep. Rossignol's new Carbon Alloy Matrix increases the performance of the Super 7 on firm or variable snow conditions, like it's never had before. The Carbon Alloy Matrix uses woven Basalt and Carbon to increase the shock absorption, maneuverability, floatation, and grip on the snow. The Super 7 has Powder Turn Rocker with a high amount of rocker in the tip, low camber underfoot, and a high amount of rocker in the tail for unsinkable performance in the really deep, and great smearablity. The Air Tip lowers the total weight of a ski this wide, and gives you more maneuverability to cut and cruise through trees and chutes. Rossi has solved the tip flap problem that many heavily rockered skis had by using the Free VAS that smooths out the rocker/camber transition to provide you with a smoother ride. When you want the perfect big mountain/powder/all mountain tool, the Rossignol Super 7 HD is in a class all of its own.
New Carbon Alloy Matrix
Powder Turn Rocker
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Hi I'm Thom, I just got off of the Rossignol Super 7 HD. This is a 5 out of 5 star ski. This thing is just a tremendous amount of fun. Absolutely have to be an advanced level skier up to expert to really make the most out of this ski. It's got a ton of power, tons of edge hold, it's just a very smooth kind of freight train type experience. The thing comes around the turn in it's kind of own time, good medium to long radius ski. But for somebody who's looking for a ski that's just going to crush all conditions - soft snow, crud, bumps - and just devour everything, this is absolutely it. 5 out of 5 stars.
Hi I'm Adam and I was just skiing on the new Rossignol Super 7 HD. I give this ski 5 out of 5 stars. It's just a big bad stiff ski that really charges through any terrain. The old Super 7 I felt was a little more reserved just for powder and with the new Carbon Alloy Matrix it just gives this ski a lot more backbone and a lot more power, a lot more edge grip. The Air Tip and the Powder Turn Rocker make it extremely maneuverable. It really floats and smears well. It's wide enough to blow through crud. If you're an advanced to expert skier and you want a real powerhouse of a ski that won't over work you, this is one for you. 5 out of 5 stars.
Q: Howdy. I'm a 43 yr old ex ski bum and currently have a 193 shiro. Great ski but feels a little big these days...looking to replace it and use the marker kingpin for this set up with Lange freetour boots. 5'10" and 185 LBS. Just want 1 ski to travel the world and ski anything with. What do you think about this ski in 188?
A: If you are looking for a wide ski that it tourable the Super 7 is a fantastic option. It's surprisingly light for it's size, thanks to the Carbon Alloy Matrix, but retains good power and a smooth flex. These will definitely feel shorter than the Shiro give the tip shape and rocker profile, but you won't notice a huge difference in the power band, especially on a touring setup. At your height and weight, coming off a 193, the 188 is the correct length.
Answered : Jan 11, 2017
By : thom
Q: Where does Dave Treadway mount his Super 7 HD Skis (Dave?) - Thanks for your time ~Michael
Q: My current all mountain skis are 173cm Bonafides and planning to get the Super 7's for dedicated powder trips- I am 5'11", 170#, 65, pretty aggressive skier and guessing you would advise 180's over 172's?