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Strut your stuff in the fluff.

Not the widest or the narrowest of the bunch, the Rossignol Women's Sassy 7 Ski slots in just where the other ones either overpower or fall short, just like Goldilocks. The 90mm 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. In case getting away from the crowds is your thing, the Sassy 7 comes in at a nice, lightweight 6 lbs and change, perfect for getting to those secret stashes before anyone else. 

  • Powder Turn Rocker (50% low camber underfoot, 50% progressive tip and tail rocker)
  • Minicap sandwich laminate
  • Paulownia wood core
  • 90mm waist width
  • Centered sidecut (118/90/108)
  • Flat binding mount

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I'm helping my cousin shop for new skis. She's 15, intermediate going on advanced, 5'6", 120ish lbs, mostly skiing New England but hopefully getting in the occasional visit to our uncle in Salt Lake. I think these would probably be great for her. What size should she get? What about mounting point? Based on my experience with Rossi S3s, I'd guess 170 and mount +1, but I don't really have any experience with women's skis. Is the mounting point the same as on the equivalent men's model, or is it already moved forward? I appreciate any help you can give me!

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Hello Free Heeler!

170cm sounds good for your cousin at her height and ability level. The rockered tip and tail remove a bit of effective edge from this ski, making it ski a little shorter than the 170cm measured length. Rossi will take into account a female's weight and lower center of balance when recommending a mounting point, so I'd stick with the factory recommended mount line.

I'd also consider something from the Blizzard line, they make amazing, stable skis that are great for both East and West coast skiing. I'd check out the Black Pearl which I've heard tons of intermediate skiers RAVE about as they find this ski helps them easily progress. I've thrown in another really great option from 4FRNT. I wrote a super detailed review on this one for Blister Gear review, that link is included as well.

http://www.backcountry.com/blizzard-black-pearl-ski-womens

http://www.backcountry.com/4frnt-skis-madonna-ski-womens-fts0105

Madonna Review:

http://blistergearreview.com/gear-reviews/2014-2015-4frnt-madonna

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Thanks Lexi - lots to consider! On a tangent, I noticed in your review of the Madonna that you said the mounting point is a cm back from the comparable men's ski, but I thought I'd read elsewhere that women's skis are usually mounted further forward. What's up with that? And just out of curiosity, do you happen to know how the mounting point on the Sassy compares with the Smash? Thanks again!