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If all-mountain ability is wrong, why be right?

Don't let conditions or terrain dictate where you can go on your skis—grab the Rossignol Sin 7 Ski and be the master of your own destiny. A 98mm waist width gives you enough to float effortless through powder, especially when combined with the Powder Turn Rocker that is a progressive tip and tail rocker. Not to worry though, the Sin 7 is no one-trick pony either. Camber underfoot lets you easily transition over to harder snow or groomers, without feeling like you've just stepped onto an ice rink with no skates on. The paulownia wood core is extremely light, but certainly doesn't lack for "pop" or playfulness when you're spinning laps through your favorite backcountry playground. In case you're rockin' these early season, or just with low coverage in general, rest easy knowing that the minicap sidewall construction is built with a traditional sidewall for durability, just slimmed down to save some weight.

  • Powder Turn Rocker (50% low camber underfoot, 50% progressive tip and tail rocker)
  • Minicap sandwich laminate
  • Paulownia wood core
  • 98mm waist width
  • Centered sidecut (128/98/118)
  • Flat binding plate

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