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For those who prefer a little bit of brazen demeanor with their helping of vanilla groomers, the Rossignol Women's Sassy 7 Ski caters to a varied, argumentative terrain without requiring that you take on the traditional, husky powder ski. To say the least, the Sassy 7 Ski isn't the widest or the narrowest of the bunch—it slots in just where the other ones either overpower or fall short. The 92mm waist and Powder Turn Rocker combine to create an all-terrain monster that is capable of gobbling up any conditions from fluffy powder to the most corduroy-like early morning groomers. The centered, slightly shorter sidecut puts the edging and grip power directly underfoot, so you remain in control and able to maneuver quickly, in just about any condition. So whether you're a tried and true New Englander whose searching for the legendary snow stashes found only in northern Vermont or a weekend roller who has a few trips out west stuffed up their sleeve, the Sassy 7 Ski brings responsive agility and powder-worthy play to the table with ease.

  • Powder Turn Rocker
  • Cap
  • Air tip
  • Free vas
  • Wood core
  • 92mm waist
  • Centered sidecut
  • Open binding system
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My wife is 5'4" and 128 lbs without gear. She is an intermediate and cautious all mountain/groomers type skier. Not sure if she should get the 150's or 160's. I feel like she should be on something in between, but we're really liking the look of this ski and there is no in-between. 150's or 160's? Thanks.

Where do you ski most often and what type of snow? If she sticks mostly to groomers and doesn't get in the powder bowls or anything much if at all the 150s would probably be best. It's just less to swing around, rent a pair if you can.