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Rossignol Savory 7 Ski - Women's

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Any day on snow is a good day.

No matter how the day shapes up, there's just no stopping you when you're riding your Rossignol Women's Savory 7 Skis.  A generous 106mm waist gives you plenty of ski to surf the powder, but the centered sidecut makes sure the Savory 7 is no slouch on hardpack as well. Your guy friends all chickened out, so you decided to step up and hit the chute first, the only problem was the rock about halfway down that was buried just under the snow. Luckily, these skis have a traditional sidewall construction, so that glancing blow isn't going to ruin your edges any time soon. Paulownia and diago help to lighten up the core, so even at 106 underfoot, these beasts aren't too shabby on the skintrack either. 

  • Powder Turn Rocker (50% low camber underfoot, 50% progressive tip and tail rocker)
  • Minicap sandwich laminate
  • Paulownia and diago core
  • 106mm width underfoot
  • Centered sidecut (136/106/126)
  • Flat binding mount area
  • Item #ROS002G

Tech Specs

Length
162 cm, 170 cm, 178 cm
Dimensions
136 / 106 / 126 mm
Turn Radius
[178cm] 17 m
Profile
Powder Turn Rocker (50% low camber underfoot, 50% rockered tip and tail)
Construction
Mini Cap Sandwich (half-cap)
Core
paulownia and diago
Tail
raised
Claimed Weight
[pair] 8 lb 6 oz
Recommended Use
freeride, powder
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year

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Great all-around ski

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

These were my first pair all-around skis to use for resort skiing in Utah after growing up skiing full camber, narrow-waist skis on the East Coast. I figured they'd take some time to get used to and feel less snappy on turns than what I was used to, but I found them to be responsive and quick right off the bat, and they carve surprisingly well as long as the snow is soft. I'm 5ft tall and went with the 162's, since the rocker makes them ski pretty short, and I've been really happy with the way they push through thicker, heavier powder then float through light stuff. Honestly, I don't think I'd go with anything fatter for powder skiing, just because of my size, and these have been so playful in just about every type of snow I've skied that I couldn't ask for much more for an all-around ski. They get tossed around a bit when the snow is heavy and choppy, and they don't hold an edge well on "icy" days here in UT, but it's not much of a sacrifice for powder days that are so much fun.

SHE LOVES THESE SKIS

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

got these for my girlfriend after she tried them at deer valley. she loved the responsiveness (was coming off some older skis). she's riding them a little short due to the rocker and likes it a lot. mostle skiing groomers and trees.

Great skis

    I have the 13-14 model, and I just LOVE these skis. I'm 5'3" and got the 162 size, with my Aattack binders. They're great on groomers and in powder. When I ski in the glades, and over soft snow (6"+), I just feel like I'm floating on butter.



    They have rockers, so they ski shorter than they really are. I normally ski my Nordica Hell's Belle (154) as my all mountain ski in the east. Bought them to bring to Utah to ski last year. All mountain ski there. And they're my "powder" skis in the east.

    Great skis!

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I got these because I wanted easy-going powder ski to improve my powder and crud skiing. These skis are a lot of fun, very forgiving and have great float in powder and slushy snow in spring, they can also handle non-icy groomers very well. They are super light too! I enjoy them very much.

    Best Yet

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I can't say I was a fan of the old Star 7 style but with the new honeycomb tip and flattened tail, these skis RIP.



    A lot of ripping female skiers will stray from a female ski- DON'T stray from these. This ski has an amazing swivel weight and a rip-able shape for groomers, pow or crud.



    This ski is almost too fun.

    Best Yet

    I skied them for over 100 days last season and didn't have any problems-- even in the rocky terrain at Jackson Hole they held up just fine. Just like with any ski-- if you hit a rock or feature hard enough you will end up with some delimitation or peeling but with regular wear-and-tear these were durable as any other ski on the market.

    Any recommendations for bindings? I'm going out of my comfort zone of buying the ski w/bindings package and bought these beauties in a 178. Definitely in need of help!

    Hi Natalie,

    The binding is all going to depend on what you want to do with the ski; alpine in resort skiing, backcountry skiing, or a little bit of both. If you want to get in touch with me at mpizza@backcountry.com or 801.736.5363, I can go ahead and help you out here.



    Thanks,

    I got these skis for Christmas, they're my first backcountry ski and I'm new to this. What would be the best AT bindings? I think I'd like to go light weight, maybe some Dynafits? Also, any good recommendations on skins?

    Hi Ashley,

    Congrats on the skis!! Dynafit's TLT Radicals 2.0 would be a great option, especially if you even intend to use these in the resort. But, we can talk further about what type of skier you are, and where you will be skiing. Also, the G3 alpinist ski is a definite favorite, fit's any brand of ski, and is very easy to trim. We can go into further detail about skin options, as well.

    I will shoot you an email, but feel free to just call or email me, directly.

    I'm looking at putting on a AT frame binding, strapping on some skins and making these my first Backcoutry ski. Any thoughts on that?

    Nina,



    This ski with an AT frame binding would be an epic one ski quiver. As far as a backcountry specific setup, it'd be nice for your first one. If your tours are gonna be long, epic ones, you will feel the weight. I personally ski a heavy backcountry/resort capable setup, and I just like to think it gets me in better shape. It will be an awesome setup, but heavy.



    If you would like to discuss this further, call me at ext. 4672 or email me at awelton@backcountry.com.

    Unanswered Question

    I am 5'0, 115 lbs, expert skier I have a pair of 159cm S3's which I love. I do feel like they could be longer. Was wondering thoughts on the best size for savory 7 162cm or 170cm. Would full rocker make the 162 feel super short? Thanks.

    hey do you remember the roxy helter skelters? How do you think these would compare to those? (their specs were 124-92-114 with 16m radius I think). They were my favourite ski's ever and Im looking for something similar - I know the savory 7's are not a twin twip, but do you think they would ski similarly?

    Between any of the Rossi S series skis, I'd say the Saffron 7 would ski most like that Roxy Helter Skelter! 128 / 98 / 118 mm and 16m turn radius... One main difference between that Roxy ski and either of these... The S7 series is made with that SUPER lightweight paulownia material - super maneuverable and forgiving. Either way, these are really fun skis! The Savory and Saffron 7 both have raised tails - of all potential differences you might want to weigh in, that one is really subtle.

    Roxy skis were produced by Dynastar - so I checked out current models that you might like and can't really find any women's specific ones... The Slicer Pro would be similar. Rossignol/Dynastar are the same company though so it's really easy to compare across both brands - so I'd say that Roxy ski was probably super similar to the Rossi Sassy 7. Or the Rossi Storm.

    Hopefully that helps!

    Hit me up if you have any more questions!

    lfeasler@backcountry.com

    I am 5'6" / 135lbs expert skier, some backcountry but mainly ski lift access terrain looking for powder/trees -- does this ski short? would I be 170 or 178? I currently ski the salomon czar 174.

    Hi there,

    yes this ski will ski shorter. If you are comfortable with a bigger ski, I would recommend you go with the 178- the rocker will definitely reduce the effective edge of the ski, so the 170 would probably feel way too short. Feel free to contact me with any further questions or concerns, kweiser@backcountry.com