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For the love of the deep, light, and pristine.

If the thought of groomers puts you in a deep sleep, the powder-slashing Rossignol Super 7 Ski will slap you into frenetic euphoria. This off-piste powerhouse features a stable 116-millimeter waist for stomping airs and floating through blower. Its Powder Turn rocker is aptly named, with a long-rockered honeycombed Air Tip and tapered, rockered tail for power steering. The long-radius sidecut shortens directly underfoot for an all-terrain versatility and liveliness. Take this big stick into the backcountry to access pristine stashes, because the ultralight wood core will never be a burden. 

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 Super 7 is the middle child of the new Air Tip skis, with a waist width and turning radius squarely between the big-mountain Squad 7 and the ultra-versatile Soul 7.

  • 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 percent 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 116mm 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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2 5

look elsewhere for your quiver killer

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

I have heard good things about this ski, but when I tested it during a demo day I was seriously disappointed from the top to the bottom of the hill. It skis relatively o.k. for an average skier but i noticed some things that really irritated me.

-chattery and holds vibrations throughout the board during variable skiing which can become painful over long periods of time.

-although it might be a good big MTN ski I felt like I was fighting it at slower speeds and its not as much fun to press through turns as other skis.

Alternatives: I would recommend the dynastar cham series, the DPS wailer, or the Nordica NRGy 100.

All of these skis have a better turn release, a more rider friendly rocker to camber profile, and they don't look like you have honeybees living in the core.

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And just and FYI if people are curious, these are the Super 7 from the 2013-2014 season.

5 5

Corn Chowda Slayer

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Had the chance to rip these out in the recent warm conditions here in the Wasatch and they crushed some foamy corn!

The rocker, built for powder, performed seemingly similar in corn and spring conditions - super buttery and playful. A little bit of the chatter in the morning on the ice, but i looked around and saw everybody besides that dude on his tuned up race skis chattering tips.

I'm 5'10 155 and I ripped the 172 - was a decent size but i may have wanted something a bit longer especially in wetter conditions for more speed!

The snow is prime in it's springish conditions! Can't wait to rip these in some powdaaa!!

MMMM corn chowdaaaa!

Hi folks,
Wondering if you can provide any guidance or comments on mounting location for the Super 7?s. I just purchased a pair of 188?s and had them mounted with the Black Diamond ?O1? telemark binding. I have been out for a total of 4 days on the setup in some pretty good snow conditions here in Colorado (nothing more than 12? of new snow). I am an ?all mountain? skier that prefers to spend time in the steeps. I weigh 195# and am 5?10? tall. I had the bindings mounted at ?0? . Now, I feel as though the ski isn?t responding as I had read or hoped it would. It seems to me that there is too much ski behind me and the balance point or neutral point is too far forward. The tail of the ski seems to be sluggish when making turns and slow to react. I wish I could describe it better??..
My question is whether or not you have had any additional posts regarding the mounting point for the Super 7. It is possible that this is a specific issue to Telemark bindings?
Any comments, insight, or guidance would be very much appreciated

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Did you center mount the binding? Or did you mount the binding at the recommended factory point?

I'm 5'7 and 135lbs and ski aggressively - should I go with the 172? I assume the 164 will be too short.

Also, aside from the length options and top sheet, how does Star 7 compare to the Super 7?

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I'm only 5'3 and I use the 164 just fine so I would say go with 172

4 5

Good ski, but a little light for crud

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

The super 7 will get the job done almost anywhere on the mountain. Light enough for those into touring, stable enough for all but the worst inbounds conditions.. Lightweight feel, but not TOO light. A pretty versatile ski for those that ski with finesse, rather than pure power. Can get it up to speed no problem when conditions are consistently smooth, IE; powder, groomers, nicely shaped bumps. Seems like the tail is strong enough for landing smaller drops in powder. I didnt do much jumping around with it, but it had a good feel.

The only place it did not excel was in crud. Here in Jackson, we got a lot of chunder and variable conditions and this ski was a bit too light for charging fast off piste chunder and crud. It can still get the job done, just at slightly lower speeds. I really like this ski for smoother conditions, but ultimately went with the new Bent Chetler for its cruddier snow performance. However the super 7 was a better carving ski for sure.

If you are looking for fresh snow most of the time, but skiing on-piste when theres nothing left, this is a great one ski quiver for out west.

How does the Atomic Automatic 117 compare to the Super 7? I haven't been able to find much info or reviews on the 117 but it looks extremely intriguing to me. I demoed the Super 7 at Deer Valley (thanks Rossi Yurt!) and really really liked them. I loved how responsive they were. Blasted them through some mostly untracked trees and was shocked at how nimble they were in the bumps. The light tip and tail really makes a difference in how quick you can throw these skis around. I'm more of a Super G style skier and like to ski fast and hard. The Super 7 was a bit on the soft side for me I think but all in all a very fun ski.

With the listed 20m turn radius at 193cm on the automatic 117, it really seems like a ski that checks all the boxes for me. Most shops if they have the automatic only seem to be carrying the 102 (which does have a great pricepoint so I kinda get that). Has anybody out there given both a try?

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The automatic is fairly similar. It has a poppier, more flexy feel to it, but it is also heavier and damper. It handles variable off piste conditions a bit better, but this is not their forte. The automatic is still easy to ski, even in the 193, but it feels a little more locked in and heavier.

Last week I demoed automatics, super 7s, and the new bent chetler. I liked the automatic slighlty better than the rossi for Jackson Hole, but the Bent Chetler was hands down better everywhere except carving groomers.

Are these compatible with the Fritschi Diamir Freeride Pro AT binding? I have an old AT setup and would like to swap the bindings to these skis, although I'll need to find wider brakes. The site says there are skins available.

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Definitely! You would just need the 115mm or 120mm brake! Looks like you can buy the Freeride Pro with a 120mm brake, but here is a 115mm brake that will work with any Fritschi Diamir Binding model year 2004 or later!

And yes, Rossignol partnered with Pomoca for those skins! I'm only seeing the precut version for the Soul 7 and then a generic trim to fit the Squad or Super 7... So it kind of looks like they only did a precut version for the Soul 7!
Either way, it looks like they are out of stock on Rossignol's website, and we don't have the Rossignol/Pomoca skin. If you're set on that one, we do carry Pomoca! The Rossi version is 70 % Mohair / 30 % Nylon blend ... So I bet it is just a Rossignol (red) version of the Pomoca Climb Pro Glide Climbing Skin.
Here's a link to that item on our site:

Hit me up if you have any questions!

All conditions

All conditions

Even Alta on the 4th of July
Here is my roommate hiking up before we get our very American shred on

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Awesome picture Alex !!!

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

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Great shot! Way to highlight the honeycomb tip/tails!

5 5

Literally Ski Everywhere

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

This was my first official powder ski and I loved it. The ski can definitely float over anything and provides so much maneuverability in any kind of conditions. In the morning when the snow is fresh I can ski the deep and have a blast, then by the afternoon when its all tracked out I can rip the groomers and even delve into the trees if I would like. All around this ski just kills it everywhere, anytime.

The only quarrel I have with this ski is that it's so light and playful that it's hard to be aggressive and charge hard with, this ski taught me so much but I think that I personally need something more aggressive.

Overall it's a great ski that I love dearly and you can always take it out without checking the weather report.

Literally Ski Everywhere
All Round Fun

All Round Fun

Having fun on sunny day with my Rossignol Super 7's

Whistler, BC
Photo: Nicolas Teichrob

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I see that you ski on both the Super 7s and Squad 7s. Any comment on the difference between the two?

5 5

All Round Fun!

These are my everyday go to ski. Paired with the FKS 180 ,they are playful in the pow, and light chop, and on the groomers. They make skiing hard all day easy. With a 21m turning radius if the conditions aren't great off the runs then these are more than capible of carving turns and slashing waves. I ride with a +2 so I'm a little more centred. I like that for airs and being playful. (makes buttering easier) I also have a pair of these as my backcountry ski's. Being so light why wouldn't you have a ski that can handle big turns and deep pow in the bc. Put a pair of Look XM's on these and a pair of Rossi AllTrack 130's boots and you'll forget the your even on your touring set up. Skiing how you want to ski, not how your equipment lets you ski is cruicial to me.

I ski in the northeast. And make it out...

I ski in the northeast. And make it out west every few years how do these skis hold up on groomers?

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You may find other people that share a different opinion than mine but I feel the Super 7 is a 80% powder ski and 20% groomed snow ski.

I have a review posted below you can look at and also read Matt Keenans review. Pay attention to the comments about groomed and on piste performance.

If I lived in the NorthEast I wouldn't recommend the Super 7 for days other than powder days.

Again this is only my opinion but from different people I encountered over the season their opinions were similar on groomed snow.

I hope that helps and feel free to ask anything else.


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I live in the Northeast, and also make 2-3 trips per year out west, and just bought a pair of Super7's. They'll be good for anything but the worst icy days... best for powder and spring conditions. It's a very fun ski.

3 5


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

Not good in crud because it is designed to float over, not cut through. It was great in powder, but as the day wore on, so did the powder and my legs.

4 5

Do anything, go anywhere

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

This is your bread and butter go anywhere do anything ski. It can handle all conditions well, its very forgiving and will make you feel like a rockstar!! If you haven't skied a Super 7 in the past its time to jump on one now!!!

5 5

Great Backcountry ski

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Recently took this ski on a 5 day tour... super light, especially w. a dynafit set up. Found'em to be super responsive in powder and way fun. I will agree with SkiFreak below, I don't know what to think of the skis on reservation.. I don't find this ski to be a great groomer ski. Though I have ridden it on resort a few days.. once the conditions get choppy and a bit unpredictable - I start to get thrown around and I find it to be not nearly as stable or enjoyable ski as my S7's.

So. if you're touring and looking for a light ski that is responsive in deep powder - this is the ski.

I gave it 5 stars because I feel this ski was built for the backcountry and when placed in that element - it's flawless in my opinion

Great Backcountry ski
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Thanks for the review, I'm jumping on mine again this weekend to figure them out but again I'm stuck on groomed snow and hopefully some spring soft bumps.

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Looks like the makings of a great weekend Matt!
Thanks for sharing!

How do these skis in a 188 compare to the...

How do these skis in a 188 compare to the Blizzard Gunsmokes in a 186. I am 6'3" 190lbs and an advance (not expect) skier. I ski primarily Summit county Colorado and ski a little bit of everything but the park. I'm currently on a pair of Blizzard Bonafides (which I love and will continue to ski).

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In my opinion if you own a Bonafide and love them, at your height and weight I think Gunsmoke is the better option.

If you want just a super light, nimble, soft flexing pure powder ski the Super 7 will fit the bill perfectly. But if you are an aggressive charger, spend a lot of time skiing crud, and truly love your Bonafide all over the place then Gunsmoke is right for you. It will just have a little more muscle than the Super 7.

You can see my review of the Super 7 below. I'm still on the fence about this ski, I will be spending more time on it this weekend. I skied a Bonafide for awhile and now own a Kabookie so I think I'm a good reference for you. I'm hoping to get the chance to try a Gunsmoke this weekend at a local demo.

Hope that helps and let me know if you have any other questions.


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Thanks for the response Skifreak. Although I haven't skied either yet, I was feeling like that was probably the case. Leaning towards the Gunsmokes. Did you happen to get a chance to demo the Gunsmokes last weekend.

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I did spend a little bit of time on a 179cm Blizzard peacemaker, which is narrower. Even though it was a little short for me it was a lot of fun. Carved well on groomers, handled big soft spring moguls very well, and was able to go down groomed runs with slush piles easily. Im sure the 186cm would have just bombed through. It definitely a total different feel that Super 7. Even though it's supposed to be 9cm shorter than the super 7 it felt like a lot more ski. Just a typical blizzard feel in my opinion.

There just isn't anyway from what I've experienced that the Super 7 won't be the better and more fun pure powder ski if that's what you're looking for. But if you want a ski that can charge and play harder in tougher conditions Blizzard will win. Just beware if weight of the skis is an issue for you then compare the two.

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Check out Derek's review of the Gunsmoke. About what I expected but he's a big mountain expert.

Ski freak

3 5


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

I spent the last two days skiing the Super 7 on and off in spring conditions. First day was pretty firm groomers that encountered freeze and thaw cycles so got pretty marbly in some spots. Nasty off piste that nobody was skiing. Today was warmer conditions that at least softened up the groomers nice and smooth. Moguls were typical soft spring snow and very fun.

My title said puzzled and that's exactly how I'm feeling after this weekend about this ski. I realize this is targeted as a powder ski but I like a little more substance in my powder skis to have some on piste versatility. And I just struggled finding it. I will start out by saying this ski is VERY LIGHT which I loved, mounted with a FKS 140. Honestly I feel this ski only belongs in deep powder days or at least anyday that has at least very soft groomed conditions. And yes I do know that is what it's targeted at but I've skied a lot of other powder skis that I really enjoy on everything else.

The super 7 in my opinion has to be the softest ski I've skied in a long time, or just might be the softest. I'm thinking that an Axial 2 or Marker Griffon would have given the ski more of a platform and more edge bite in the middle of the ski but who knows. I just couldn't get the ski to bite in and hold. It pulled me into the turn quick but then just wouldn't hold it. I mounted the FKS at recommended 0 but I swear it needed to be at -2 or more, something just not quite right. In big soft bumps it surfed and smeared even more than my 185 JJ, again feeling much softer throughout the entire length of the ski than anything else. This alone makes me feel it will be awesome in light fluffy deep powder.

Nimble, very light, agile, soft flexing, forgiving, surfy, smearable is how I describe the ski. For off piste soft snow.

From what I've seen so far it just doesn't have any of the on piste performance that I require, even from my big powder skis.


How will the Super 7 ski in comparison to...

How will the Super 7 ski in comparison to the Armada Norwalk? They have a very similar side profile.

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This is my opinion based on skiing JJ's, AKJJ's, and Tsts(narrower Norwalk). I spent limited time on the new Soul 7 and have been dying to try the Super 7 but haven't found one in a 188cm demo. Based on reviews, forums, and just examining the two skis the Norwalk will be a better charger for more aggressive skiers and experts. Weight wise they should be fairly similar but I bet Norwalk is slightly heavier. Rossi with its honeycomb technology to keep the weight down and Armada's are never heavy using their ultralight cores.

Rossi should be softer over all flex, more nimble, more forgiving. Norwalk should be stiffer underfoot and throughout the tail(non rockered twin tail) which leads to more power when charging big mountain and blasting through crud. I would give a slight edge to the Rossi for pure float in the soft stuff based on width and softer flex.

Bigger guy that loves to bomb around the hill and wants stability over nimbleness go Norwalk. If you are a lighter guy or just prefer a light, nimble, forgiving, more playful feel that will still handle crud well go Super 7. Also if you ski a fair amount of moguls I would say Super will be easier and more fun because of the rockered softer tail.

Hope that helps, both great skis with different personalities. Let me know if you are able to demo either or if you pull the trigger on a pair. Good luck!

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Thanks skifreak. Just demoed the Soul 7 today. Super fun ski and charges like what I wanted. Im still on the fence on the Soul 7 and Super 7. I think I'm a lightweight (6'5" 185). Obviously taller than normal. I'm a beginner to intermediate skier (just started this year) but have boarding for the last 14 years. I took your suggestion last week and got rid of my JJ's (185). I never even got to ski them. I like what I hear about the JJ, but they just don't have a long enough ski for me in the JJ. Besides the AK, but that thing would toss me around and have its way with me. So thats why I've been looking into the Norwalk and Rossi series. I've felt the flex on Soul 7, Super 7, and Norwalk. The Norwalk is much stiffer when comparing the three. But I like the 189 length in the Norwalk. I just don't know if the Norwalk would be too much ski for me. So like I said above. I'm thinking of either the Super 7 or Soul. I've only demoed the Soul 7 out of the three I'm evaluating. I might just pull the trigger and get the Super 7 and hope I like it! I just with there was a middle ground solution between the widths on the Soul and Super. The 106 (Soul 7) seems a little narrow and the 116 (Super 7) seems like a little too much. Do you think the Super 7 will charge similarly with the Soul 7.

My thoughts on the Soul 7 are great. They do charge but I have to agree with the other reviews I've seen. It doesn't perform that well in the crud. Which is why I think the Super 7 might be a better overall option between the Soul and Super.

Ahh. Too many options. But want to make a decision soon!

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Here is what I have heard from a couple of our local shops regarding the Soul and Super, along with my opinion. Exact same construction just modified in the width which in turn increases the turn radius of the ski. So it shouldn't feel as turny as the Soul 7 does on groomers but in the deep snow it will still remain playful and quick. The owner of a local shop says the extra width in the Super 7 makes it feel slightly stiffer overall which makes sense. This in turn makes it better after all the snow is tracked out and crud is wearing you down. Just remember all the reviews and forums say that if you are a strong heavy charging expert the new Rossi series is not for you. Heavy and nasty crud at higher speeds is not their forte. Two guys in another shop describe the Super 7 as more surfy and smeary than the Soul 7 which really got me excited. PLEASE DEMO OR BUY ONE FOR ME PLEASE, LOL!

For you I would stay away from the AKJJ at your current ability level, go Super 7 over AKjj. AKJJ slightly heavier, longer, and it is forgiving but not as forgiving and nimble as the Super 7 from people that have skied both. But AKJJ will be a better crud ski, mine is a bomber in the crud at high speeds for sure. I don't have a strong opinion on the Norwalk other than the stiffer non rockered tail scares me. I ski too many moguls.

Narrower, quicker, lighter, little more fun on the groomers, snappier in bumps go SOUL 7 and maybe just have one ski to do it all.

More float in the super deep, better crud performance, little less turny on groomers, then get a narrower ski(Brahma, Bushwacker, SD95, Bonafide, Kabookie, TST, Kendo, SD95, Steadfast, etc) for every other day on the hill. This is my vote!! But don't you dare hold me to it Kjack. :) Good luck and let me know what you do.