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Fantastic float and insane stability.

The Rossignol Squad 7 Ski has a Powder Turn profile for a reason: it's a big stick made for deep snow. But this 120-millimeter-waist powder beast has brains, with a smartly designed longer, more progressive tip rocker and tapered, easy-steering tail. Its Centered sidecut features tapering at the tip and tail but a short radius underfoot, so you have powerful edge grip and power yet a playfulness that feels user-friendly. Ultralight construction makes the Squad 7 an ideal backcountry ski, thanks to its innovative Air Tip and lightweight Paulownia wood core. But with the stable, strong sandwich laminate you'll also crush it in the resort.

Rossignol's new 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 Squad 7 is the fattest ski in the line with the biggest turning radius, making this big boy the weapon of choice for ambitious big-mountain and backcountry skiers.

  • Powder Turn rocker delivers 50% 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% and enhances agility without sacrificing downhill power
  • Diago fiber laminate features a lightweight tight weave over the wood core
  • Sandwich laminate provide ultimate stability, power, and durability; direct edges give precise and powerful edging
  • Ample 120mm waist provides stable, float-on-top platform in deep, heavy, or variable snow
  • 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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Can anyone make a size recco? I'm 6'2" 175lbs expert level. Looking at this ski for good snow/powder days but spend most of my time skiing tracked up snow in the resort. Thanks!

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I would recommend going with the 190cm. These skis have an early rise shovel and a rockered tail which makes them ski just a little bit shorter. If you are looking for a hard charging resort ski I would not recommend this one, it is very wide. I would recommend checking out the Rossignol Super 7, or the Blizzard Bodacious. They are both similar profiles to the Squad 7, but aimed toward more resort skiing.

5 5

Effortless Shred Sticks

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Had the chance to demo these bad boys in some pretty variable conditions.

They are effortless to ski really - being light and having such a small turn radius for their size - these things have pop! and can be maneuvered easily.

They float in softer snow and have less chatter than i expected at highhhh speeds. I went groomer bombing in these and was able to turn them over and fluidly pop rollovers with easeeee.

I'm not sure what all the fuss is about - these things rally.

What is the weight of the 2014 vs 2013...

What is the weight of the 2014 vs 2013 model?

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They redesigned the 7 series in 2013 so that model would be lighter with a slightly different shape than the 2012. But this years (2014) should be the same as last years (2013). Rossi added that honeycomb (Paulownia) in the Sin 7, but made no changes to the rest of the lineup.

Testing out the Rossignol Squad 7's

Testing out the Rossignol Squad 7's

Trying the Squad 7's out on a nice sized air.

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Ph:Andrew Bradley

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Awesome picture Matt !!!

I selected this image to feature on the homepage in our Activity Feed! Congrats on being GOATWORTHY !!!

5 5

Deep Pow Weapons

These things are meant for charging fast, and stomping cliffs. It's almost a joke how easy they make it. I don't know what buddy below is talking about. I've been on these for two seasons and I've experienced all different kinds of conditions in them. My preferred choice on deep days on the ski hill, sled skiing, or help/cat skiing. They are quick under the foot, manoeuvrable, and have enough side cut to make the groomers back to the lift a joy. If your into going fast, shredding deep pow like a champ, and hitting airs then these are for you .

1 5

No big mountain ski

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Despise these skis. Big, wet noodles. So flimsy feeling you won't want to blow through anything besides light pow. On 190cm max length, felt like had only 12" worth of ski in front of my boot. Don't suggest going more than 12mph. While not as surprising, not fun on the groomers either: wide underfoot forces a very wide stance and puts unpleasant pressures on the knees, but worse part is very little engagement from quite rockered, super light-weight tips. Rossi seems to have completely sacrificed performance at the altar of "light" marketing. Became clear after about 5 seconds that these skis would not be coming to AK. Tried the Soul7 model in 188cm and found them ok to cruise around Snowbird; definitely better choices out there. In sum, Rossi doesn't have a big mountain ski anymore. Bring back the 2010 Koopman Super7 in 195cm! Note: I'm 6'2", 190lbs.

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I appreciate this review and will not buy a pair now. I used to live in SLC and I still ski Alta/ Bird 20-25 days a year. I trust your review. I own a pair of 2007 B Squads, 189; they're stiff and they blow through shit. They've been my go to so for so long. I picked a pair of 2013 Super 7's and I'm disappointed in them. They seem flimsy...flail around in crud and can't blast through without the ski chattering and flapping around...they just don't ride the B Squads. I do however switch off to the Super 7 when my knees are sore and my legs are tired (52 yrs old, 3 acl recons...still hit it hard though) and I want to tone it down after 4 hours of doing laps. Thanks.

Responded on

Super 7s are VERY different than the Squad 7, which are VERY different from the old B Squads. If you want more crud-busting out of this shape, buy the first year squad 7s, NOT the air tip black/blue model, but if you're expecting a pow ski to bust crud like a B Squad, you're doing it wrong. Look at a 4FRNT Devastator or similar.

4 5

wants to go fast!!

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

This ski wants to go fast, but is more forgiving at slower speeds than previous Squads so if its the end of the day and your legs are hammered this ski will be a little more forgiving...

5 5


  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

So much fun, Been on them only 6 or so times, (kind of a beat snow year so far in utah) But they are amazing. Way more nimble and playful than expected but still sturdy enough that charging hard in beat up crud is fun. I thought these were going to be run away chargers based on the description. More of a do everything deeper day ski. Mounted +1.5 from mount line.
Summary, Not as much of a charger as i had hoped. Can still drop cliffs with stability and more than nimble enough to play around anywhere your looking to go... just wish they made a 195, ski a tad shorter than expected.

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there are several lines on our S series skis. explain where you mounted yours. I have liked (-) 2 for mine as a powder ski. A difference of 3-4cm could affect stability at speed (in deep snow I assume)