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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

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  • 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.

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Monica how do you feel about durability on these?
The honeycomb tips seem really flimsy to me!
I've seen a pair peel apart like a banana before - and it made me a little skeptical.

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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.

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Awesome picture Monica - thanks again !!!

I selected this image to feature on the Community Hub at the bottom of the Backcountry.com homepage! Congrats on being utterly GOATWORTHY !!!