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Have fun chasing your little shredder around the mountain, but don't be suprised if you never catch up.

Gone are the days of, pizzas, french fries, and the dreaded child leash. These days, you're the one struggling to keep up with your kid. While you're doing everything you can to make it down without breaking yourself, your little ripper is jumping, spinning, and charging down everything in sight. It's about time he got on a ski that can handle everything he wants to throw at it. When he clicks into the Rossignol S7 Pro Freeride ski, a whole new world of possibilities will open up before his eyes.

Although rocker profile has almost completely taken over the adult ski market, it seems that kids' skis have been slow to follow. Not so with the S7 Pro. Powder turn rocker construction features fifty percent camber underfoot with twenty five percent low rise rocker in both the tip and tail. This shape gives great float and crud busting capabilities while maintaining excellent hard snow performance. The 90mm waist width also gives kids great float without being too wide to stomp jumps in the park or carve groomers. A 19.8m turn radius encourages higher speeds and bigger turns than many other junior skis, giving your grom the confidence he needs to start tackling big mountain lines you would only dream of hitting.

  • Powder turn rocker (50% camber underfoot, 50% rocker in tip and tail)
  • Rossitop cap construction
  • Hybrid wood/fiberglass core
  • 90mm underfoot

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