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Two feet of fresh have already fallen, and you're first in line to put the hammer down with Rossignol's S7 Ski. Thanks to its rockered tip and tail and regular camber underfoot, you're able to drop into a powder-filled chute, grab a few face shots, straightline out, and head to your favorite pillow line for some fun. To ensure a lively ride, Rossignol equipped the S7 with a wood core, while a carbon laminate helps absorb vibrations and dampen this hard-charging, powder-loving ski.

  • Powder Turn Rocker profile consists of 50% high rockered tip and tail and 50% low camber underfoot
  • High rockered tip and tail enables you to float on top of pow, scream down steep, open bowls, maneuver through chopped-up soft snow, and blast through crud and slushy spring conditions
  • Low camber underfoot provides a stable platform on hardpack and holds a solid edge on groomers, mogul fields, and in firmer conditions
  • Wood core creates an extremely responsive, stable, lively, and durable ski that you can count on for performance and longevity
  • Carbon laminate helps to absorb vibrations and dampen the ski
  • Sandwich construction uses flat layers and an ABS sidewall at the sides for core protection
  • Sandwich construction transmits pressure to the edges, makes the S7 torsionally stiff, and boosts edge grip and impact resistance
  • 115mm waist provides a versatile, solid width to surf pow, blast through crud, straightline, and cruise down soft snow to the lift line
  • Centered sidecut tech features a tapered tip and tail with short sidecut underfoot for improved edge grip, power, easy steering, and playfulness

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4 5


  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Can't believe we still have a pair of these! I love mine. I would say they a primarily my ski for in bounds pow charging. Definitely super stable and fun to rip up resorts, cliffs, chopped up snow, etc. But I've also used them a bit touring and in hot spring conditions and they are awesome there as well. Obviously super heavy for ultra long tours, but on shorter tours they're worth it once you get to the top. I'm 6' 190 lbs. I have the 188 mounted about 3 cm back from true center and they are incredible. I find a lot of pow skis either feel too heavy and cumbersome or too flimsy, these are neither.


Would there be any issue mounting Marker...

Would there be any issue mounting Marker Griffon's onto these with the optional 130mm brake?

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Hey Erik,
With the waist on these skis being 115mm, the 130mm brakes will be pretty wide for the ski. If you are getting the Griffon's and swapping the brakes out, get the 115mm brakes for these skis.

5 5

This is a bouncy, fun pow ski

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Its a great set of sticks and even in a 188 or larger you can throw these things around in the deep and in the trees. They're a bouncy fun pow ski.

I am considering the S7 and Super 7. Which...

I am considering the S7 and Super 7. Which would you recommend? Is the Super 7 quite a bit heavier with metal in core?

I am shopping for a powder ski to use at...

I am shopping for a powder ski to use at the resorts. I am 6 foot 180 lbs and ski aggressive. Love to go fast. But also enjoy skiing the trees and steeps and making nimble turns. I was thinking either the rossignol s7 in the 188 length or the salomon rocker 2 122s in the 184 length. Does anyone have thoughts on the difference between the skis and which one might better suit my needs? Thank you.

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the rocker 2 122s have a long turning radius. the 122 waist is great for pow, but for your tree runs and nimble turns, you may not be as psyched. between those two, i would say the s7s. you should check out the armada jj too though; they're designed for being agile in pow and are still fun on groomers.

5 5

Bomber Ski

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Rode an older pair of S7's last year and figured I'd scoop up a new pair for this year. These skis are bullet proof and perform well at all conditions.

I recently purchased a pair of S7 169cm....

I recently purchased a pair of S7 169cm. I ski exclusively in the East - mostly Vermont. Most of my time is spent in the glades and bumps. Does anyone have advice about where to mount the bindings? Forward/Center/Back?

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ooooh. I'd say mount them forward, you won't need the float of the deep deep steep charging that you coudl get from the back line, but I mounted them at the middle recomended line (well, on Squad 7s....)

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I also just bought some 168 S7's, but am worried i got them too short.. (im 5'9" 150#). do you find you ever want them in a longer length?

Im coming off 151 park/jib skis, so 178's seemed gargantuan, but the internet is telling me the 168's are for midgets...

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Just an update for anyone debating 168's/178's. I went back and exchanged my 168's for the 178's. No regrets, the 178's are as easy to turn as my 151 Line Invaders, and float like a cork through the powder. I didn't know skis could be this easy to ride in a variety of conditions.

What's the weight on these?

What's the weight on these?

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They're 8.6 lbs. for the pair in size 178cm

5 5

Great powder ski

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Makes easy turning in any fresh snow from 3" to 3', heavy muck, light and dry, semi tracked, and crud, fantastic for tight trees. I am 6'3" and 210#, in new snow it floats me up for fun surf able turns and can easily smear to check speed. For getting back to the lift on hardpack or groomed it is a bit too soft and can chatter at speed, the super seven is a better choice if you are big and want to keep your speed and carve the ski on piste, but this ski is money for the pow.

5 5

They ski themselves!

I know it might sound crazy, but these skis are like having your own private driver. "Driver, take me through those trees and don't forget to pop off of that wind drift!"Okay, so maybe they need a little direction, but that is all. Amazing powder skis to say the least.