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Rossignol Soul 7 HD Ski

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    Soul skiing's back.

    Most everyone fancies themselves a big-time freerider these days, and while these folks are busy chasing glory, making POV edits, and telling everyone at the bar how rad they are, there are plenty more skiers who are more worried about seeking out soft stashes and secret tree lines. Rossignol's Soul 7 Ski isn't the biggest, burliest, or hard-chargingest ski out there, but it's the perfect tool for skiers who like to ski hard all over the mountain, and are more worried about having fun and skiing well than going Mach 7 and stomping 60 footers.

    Rossi's 7 Series has been around for years now, starting with the game-changing S7, and the Soul 7 keeps things pretty true to the "fun-shaped" heritage of that ski. The Super 7 and Squad 7 are bigger and burlier, but the Soul 7's 106mm width and versatile Power Turn Rocker help it conquer any type of snow and all types of terrain, from deep blower to leftover crud to wind-buffed cream cheese to groomers. Power Turn's large amount of tip splay smooths out rough snow and helps you float through the deep, and camber underfoot provides plenty of stability and edge grip when you're pinching the throttle on the way back to the lift. Rossignol also incorporated its honeycomb Air Tip technology, which lightens the tip to reduce the chatter and flap of old-school tip rocker and lowers swing weight to keep the Soul 7 nimble through tight trees and in the air.

    By building the core out of lightweight Paulownia wood, Rossignol kept the Soul 7 quick and maneuverable, and reduced the weight to make it more backcountry friendly. The new Soul also has a slightly more squared-off tail, which allows easier skin attachment. Vertical sidewalls are also new on this year's Soul 7, which give the ski a bit more edging power and a more hard-charging look. And, while it's nice and light, the race-inspired Carbon Alloy Matrix in the core keeps things stiff enough to charge when you're feeling aggressive.

    • A freeride ski with all-mountain potential
    • 106mm waist width balances between hard and soft snow
    • Powder Turn Rocker floats over pow and cuts into crud
    • Light paulownia core with aggressive Carbon Alloy Matrix
    • Minicap Sandwich construction with sidewalls
    • Honeycombed Air Tip with chatter-resistant Free VAS technology
    • Item #ROS009O

    Tech Specs

    Length
    164 cm, 172 cm, 180 cm, 188 cm
    Dimensions
    136 / 106 / 126 mm
    Turn Radius
    17 m
    Profile
    Powder Turn Rocker (50% low rocker tip & tail, 50% high camber underfoot)
    Construction
    Mini Cap Sandwich (half-cap)
    Core
    paulownia, Carbon Alloy Matrix
    Claimed Weight
    [pair] 8 lb 6 oz
    Recommended Use
    freeride
    Manufacturer Warranty
    1 year

    Tech Specs

    • Reviews
    • Q & A

    What do you think about this product?

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    Am I the only one not fully convinced?

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    I rented out last years model( see pic) last weekend in Nieseko. I think I am a pretty good skier, ski moutainer etc. 180pounds, 5'11'' mid 50s but pretty fit. I normally ski a Blizzard TI8.2, an older Blizzard Freeride ski and have an old Rossi B3. I rented the Soul7 in 180cm, the only other option they had was 188. I have to admit, I used my Backcountry RS Mistrale boots first time this year, not my Lange. First impression on the blue groomed run; Super great carving. Maybe due to the width. I have never skied a 100+ underfoot before. My B3 is 90 something. The ski also plowed through the crud. So far so good. The ski was fast. When I tried to make some more turnes, go more fallline, less sideway, it got a some problems. The ski was just not turning fast enough, it was not nimble enough for tighter trees. Same in the bumpy areas. Skiing the 'zipper' line in the soft bumps was hard, as the skis did not like to turn so fast. Maybe because of the boots but I don't think so. For me this results in having to ski wider turns, which in the bumpy places means that you need to absorb more bumps and in the trees it means that you need to search for another option to turn. Reading all the great reviews i am wondering if someone else has a similar experience, or am I the only one?

    Am I the only one not fully convinced?

    Favorite pair of skis ever

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    It's hard to explain how much I love my Rossignol Soul 7s.
    From the first time that I put these guys on (with Marker Warden bindings) these skis were a blast. They are light and as other reviewers have called out, wicked playful whether you're hitting the pow or skiing some bumps. In the trees they are responsive and nimble, and have the right amount of float to keep you in control.
    For this type of ski (all things are relative...) they're also capable of bombing down a groomer on your way home.
    I've skied them on everything from ice to 2ft of new snow. I can't recommend these enough.

    Favorite pair of skis ever

    Most universal off piste skies out there

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I got this ski last season and extremely happy with my choice (188 cm)! Take this ski and they can do it all:

    - great of deep pow and super agile (almost any at any depth of snow)

    - super playful on piste

    - super forgiving (in my opinion the best ski to start going off-piste/backcountry)

    - with tour binding day long tours will be great additional bonus

    Most universal off piste skies out there

    Rossi Soul 7

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Rail solid at speed. This is my fourth year on them and they still feel like the newest and best out there. Swing weight due to honeycomb tips and tails is low, low, low. Easy to slam around and they carve beautifully. Wonderful in powder but getting to the powder is still fun. I weigh 140 and with the honeycombing, 180 cm is nimble and still rock solid when at the high speed (have clocked at over 60 mph). Can't imagine how good the new model must be with the new core although I never have experienced any chatter on this ski.

    Best Skis Ever Owned

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Hands down the best pair of Skis I've ever owned. Whistler Heli-skiing floating on 3 ft of pow pow all the way to VT corduroy...great maneuverability in the trees (even has a reverse gear when you make a wrong turn). Moguls no problem. Fun planks

    Best Skis Ever Owned

    Core changes make it great

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    To be honest, I stopped skiing Rossignol because I didn't really like the choppy feel of the old Soul7. The old ski was good in fresh, untouched powder, but the soft tip was terrible in the chop or at high speed (although turn initiation has always been easy with this ski). The change in core design has made a huge difference. I got to ski this last year at one of the website ski tests and fell in love with the added stability and response of the tip. It stayed light weight so I put a tech binding on it and it's my new touring ski. You won't find a ski that is more versatile than the 16/17 Soul7. Skiing variable terrain and no matter what your skill level, this is a solid bet. I'm 185 pounds, 5'11" and I ski the 188cm. Because of the twin tip, rocker, and a slightly forward mounting point, this does ski a little short.

    Ryan - I just purchased this ski in the 180cm length. I'm 5'10" and 175lbs. Debating the mount point either at the (0) or (-2). You mentioned because of the rocker and "forward" mount point the ski feels short. I skied some 178cm S7s mounted at center several years back and remember feeling like the skis where incredibly short in front. Would you recommend the center or -2 mount point? Many thanks - Marcus

    5 stars

      I just got off the Rossignol Soul 7 HD. I give this ski 5 out of 5 stars. It's great for any intermediate all the way up to an advanced skier who's looking for that one-quiver option 'cause it's going to hold great on a day like this. It's nice and hard and cold. But then when you get that nice, deep powder day somewhere, you're going to love this too. It's going to give you that float that you're looking for. Very easy to get out of the backseat and really drive this ski down the mountain. Perfect for all conditions.

      Great All Around ski

      • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

      Looking for a ski that can handle any terrain? Look no further. The Soul 7 can take care of anything from groomers to crud and deep pow. The Carbon Matrix in this ski provides tremendous stability at speed over last years model and eliminates chatter at high speeds. Such a blast to ride. If you have future questions please feel free to reach out to me and I will get you all set up!

      Unanswered Question

      I am looking for a side/backcountry ski for 80% lift access and 20% touring. I am going to fit with Barons.

      I really like the Soul and Super 7 but am wrestling with which one to go with. Thoughts?