From dawn patrol tours to afternoon laps on-piste in the resort, the RossignolSoul 7 Skis are the most versatile in the S-Series and simply do it all well. An excellent option as a touring ski at only 1900 grams, the Soul 7 is a powder biased all mountain ski that shines in soft and variable conditions. Smear big turns in wide open terrain or use the sidecut to make more aggressive short turns in tight terrain - from couloir to apron, and powder to piste the RossignolSoul 7 Skis have you covered.
Powder Turn Rocker – Newly redesigned to deliver even more versatility and superior floatation. A longer, more progressively rockered tip eliminates "tip flap" in variable snow and hardpack while the tapered, more powerful tail drops into soft snow, enhancing floatation and providing effortless steering with instant speed control. Traditional camber underfoot delivers power, energy and edge grip for groomed snow performance.
Centered Sidecut – Short sidecut directly underfoot for easy steering and maneuverability that directs edge grip and power underfoot
Air Tip – Rossignol's patented air-honeycomb design reduces the weight of the ski and dramatically reduces swing weight (by nearly 30%). This significantly enhances maneuverability, giving the ski an incredibly ultra-light feel. The reduced density at the extremities also concentrates ski mass underfoot, allowing the tips to rise above the snow surface for truly effortless floatation. Reinforced with ABS skeleton for increased durability and enhanced torsional rigidity.
Light Core – An ultra-lightweight Paulownia wood core with Race Department Diago Fiber laminate combines with the Air Tip to reduce overall ski weight by 20%, enhancing maneuverability and touring capabilities, with no compromise in downhill performance.
Diago Fiber – This technology developed by Rossignol's race department is used by their international athletes and combined with ultra light Paulownia wood cores provides snappy and damp performance.
Minicap Sandwich – Yes, you can have both - sidewalls underfoot for edge grip and solid performance, cap at the tips and tails for lightness and durability
We recommend a brake width equal to or at most 15 mm wider than the ski waist width.