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You live for freshies, but any day on snow is a good day.
It's a tough fact to face, but every day is not a deep pow day. But you're not complaining, because you get plenty of the stuff, which is why you ride the Rossignol Women's Savory 7 Ski. It has a 106-millimeter waist and Powder Turn rocker for float when it dumps, and a low camber underfoot for getting a grip and easy-turning on harder snow. And this fat ski shed weight at the tip, tail, and core, with honeycomb Air Tip construction and ultralight paulownia wood. There's no sacrifice of stability, though, due to the Free VAS, which dampens the tip and increases control with a smoothing effect.
Rossignol's 7-Series freeride line, this year's evolution of its popular S-Series, offers an innovative new fusion of backcountry and all-mountain performance. The Savory 7 features the same Powder Turn Rocker profile and Air Tip technology as its big sister, the Star 7, but with more svelte lines underfoot that make it a fun ride anywhere on the mountain.
- Powder Turn rocker delivers 50 percent low camber underfoot for energy and edge grip and a longer, more progressive rocker at tip and tail for float in pow
- More powerful rockered tail tapers for easier steering in deep snow and speed control
- Air tip uses patented honeycomb design for reinforced durability and torsional rigidity and reduces swing weight for better maneuverability
- Ultralight paulownia wood core reduces weight by 20 percent and enhances agility without sacrificing downhill power
- Diago fiber laminate features a lightweight tight weave over the wood core
- Sandwich laminate provides ultimate stability, power, and durability; direct edges give precise and powerful edging
- Ample 106mm waist provides stable platform in deep or variable snow without sacrificing edge-to-edge quickness
- Centered sidecut tapers at tip and tail and shortens underfoot
- Free VAS smooths transition between rocker and camber, reduces tip flap, and increases control and snow contact
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are you having stock of these ones any...
are you having stock of these ones any time soon?
We don't have anything scheduled for a restock at this point and I wouldn't expect to receive any more until the next model year starts rolling out later this fall.
We do have some Rossignol Star 7 skis in stock that are pretty similar, essentially a wider version.
Or the Saffron 7 which is a narrower version.
The air-honeycomb in the tip (& tail) is designed with some reinforcement to still keep the shovel rigid but light weight. The Powder Turn Rocker has a longer, progressive tip for easy floatation in deep snow, that does not have the floppy feeling that other rockered skis have.
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- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
The Savory 7's are awesome skis! You float in all kinds of powder. Love the graphics and color combo!
I'm a 5'3" 110 pound skier. I've been skiing for over 20 years so, I'd say I'm quite advanced and I have the 170's. They are the perfect length! With the rockered tip & tail, they actually ski shorter than my all mountain skis, which are 167cm (non rockered). They turn real nice and if you ski them aggressively on some groomers, you won't deal with too much chatter. They ski real lightly and just crush it in the powder.
I highly recommend these skis if you're looking for a fun powder ski!
I'm interested in getting these for touring...
I'm interested in getting these for touring and wanted to know what length you recommend- I'm 5'4 and 105lbs. I'm an advanced skier and find that I keep up sizing on the length, which has ultimately made it harder for me to drive my last set of skis (Kastle bmx98 168cm). I'm debating between the 162 and the 170- I'm guessing less surface contact would make the 170cm ski feel shorter. Thoughts? Thanks!!
I am an advanced skier at 5'3' and 120 lbs, so I do have a little bit of weight on you. It would be my choice to go with the 170cm ski on this model. The tips and tails are rockered, so you are correct, this decreases the effective edge of the ski, making it easier to turn.
One thing to also keep in mind is that these skis feature the lightweight honeycomb pattern in the tips, which really reduces the swing weight. I would think you should definitely have an easier time initiating and following through on turns with this ski when compared to the Kastle skis you mentioned.
If it were me, I would go 170cm in this ski. From what I have heard they are fairly lightweight and most people size up.
Savory 7's along with the trusty JJ's getting ready to jump into Corbets Couloir at Jackson Hole
so I am thinking of getting this ski and...
so I am thinking of getting this ski and was wondering if it would be a good one to tour with. I am assuming it would because of its lightweight, but just wanted another opinion. also I was planning on putting the Salomon Guardian 13 on them. I would only be going up the front side a couple times a week and some mellow hut trips. Is there another binding for the ski you would recommend?
So, I had the Rossi S7 size 168 cm and...
So, I had the Rossi S7 size 168 cm and loved them, but sadly they were stolen last season. I am looking to replace them with something similar- the Rossignol Savory 7 or Rossignol Star 7? Also which size?
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
Fun, responsive, floaty, lightweight, quick and stable in the bumps, powder, on groomers, in crud. You name it, this ski can handle it. I bought these blindly, mounted them tele (NTN) and skied them for the first time in an unexpected 10" of powder. A few days later I skied them again after stuff was tracked out. Another stellar performance; I'm still smiling and can't wait to ski them again. Rossi really nailed it with the design and construction on this one.