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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 2.0 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.

    • Well-rounded freeride skis handle everything from pow to crud
    • Versatile 106mm waist provides adequate float and is nimble
    • Power Turn Rocker eases turn initiation in powder and on hardpack
    • Lightweight paulownia wood core with stiff, light carbon stringers
    • Air Tip 2.0 reduces tip chatter, reduces weight, and adds float
    • Full-length direct power to the edges and increase durability
    • Item #ROS00B1

    Tech Specs

    Length
    156cm, 164cm, 172cm, 180cm, 188cm
    Dimensions
    136 / 106 / 126mm
    Turn Radius
    17m
    Profile
    rocker tip & tail, camber underfoot
    Construction
    sandwich
    Core
    paulownia
    Base
    sintered
    Claimed Weight
    [pair] 8lb 6oz
    Recommended Use
    freeride/powder skiing
    Manufacturer Warranty
    1 year

    Tech Specs

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    Great all around ski

    • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share

    I got these for my dad for his birthday and he loves them! They are a great all mountain ski but can also use them in powder and the trees - he had more of a powder based ski and so he likes that he now has a more all around ski in his quiver! Highly recommended

    Depends on what your looking for.

      These ski's are definitely a decent all around, to much speed definitely gave me that floppy feel but the lightness makes it so easy to move around especially with the killer edge initiation. Good family friendly cruiser ski

      Definitely light enough for backcountry

        In the resort, these skis let me go wherever I want. Steep deep pillows at Revelstoke, skied out trees, open groomers. I feel like there are different ways of riding these depending on what your in the mood for. Not a boring ski for me at all. I know longer care as much about perfect resort conditions, because this ski can make it all fun. The only thing they are probably not great at is big huge hard charging lines. Other than that, these skis make life good.
        The big surprise for me is how much I like them on long backcountry missions. With G3 ions, this is my everything ski and I don’t feel like I’m sacrificing anything. My lighter black diamonds will be staying home.

        Great Resort Rider

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

        Picked these up at the beginning of this season and so far they are great. They handle well on the groomers and cruise through powder with ease. This is a versatile resort ski for intermediate skiers. I am 5'8'' and went with the 172cm. They are perfect because they ski kind of short.

        Great Time!

        • Familiarity: I've used it several times

        Having heard pretty great things from friends in the past about the
        Soul 7s, I was excited to get myself on these skis. They’ve performed very well thus far, and
        while I was slightly concerned at first about the length (188) given my height and weight (6ft
        205lb), the rocker of the tip makes it such that when I am skiing groomers on the 7s, they
        perform the same as a lower height ski. In crud, they’ve been effective at breaking through the
        surface. In powder and deep snow, they float just as a powder ski should. Pleased with the ski
        thus far and can’t wait to keep taking them out.

        Great skis

          Love these skis! I live on the west coast so was looking for skis that would handle deep powder but also groomers and ended up settling with the Soul 7's. I've been able to use these on some early season conditions and the control off the runs is incredible! I am not the strongest skier but these skis are so easy to control and turn anyone from intermediate to advance should love the performance of these skis. The turn in and responsiveness on the groomers was not quite as sharp as it was off the runs which was expected, but they still held their own and made for a very enjoyable day. Overall would absolutely recommend for anyone looking for an all mountain ski that can handle anything thrown at it especially if you are looking to go off the runs or for those fresh powder days!
          Pros: Performance in heavy snow
          lightweight and responsiveness
          very playful and easy to flip around

          Cons: Not the best on tightly packed groomers
          slight vibrations at higher speeds

          Good

          • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

          These skis are the ultimate "good" ski. They are good in pow, they are good in crud, they are even good on softening groomers, but I feel they are not a specific tool for any thing, so if you are worried about the day or you are packing for a trip and you really don't know what to expect, these are perfect. If it is ice, deep, 100mph groomers, or corn, you may want a more specialized ski.

          They are Great!

          • Familiarity: I've used it several times

          The Soul 7 HD and the Scarpa Freeride NTN bindings are a perfect fit for Telemark skiing. The Soul is great in powder and very responsive on hardpack. The addition of the extra carbon in the ski gives a soft and resilient fell to the bumps. It is a great choice as an all mountain ski

          Great Ski but why change certain things?

          • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

          I own the 2016/17 Soul 7 HD and LOVE the Ski. I didn’t like the previous version, too noodly for my liking on anything groomed. I mounted my 188 on the -2 freeride line and I think that made all the difference in the world. I also own the 2018 version and have to decide which one to give to a buddy as a favor. In my opinion they NEEDED to leave the sidecut and rocker profiles same as last year and just redo the flex pattern and the way the tip and tail are integrated into the Ski. New version is smoother, quieter, less tip and tail flap, still has a good turn radius, and just overall a better experience on anything groomed, has definitely a more directional feel. BUT it is a soft snow Ski so why narrow it up? Why flatten the tail? Why move the recommended mount line so far back? There are plenty of true all Mountain Skis out there. It’s still very playful but doesn’t feel quite as surfy and smeary as last years in the deeper stuff. Great Ski yes but who makes the decisions I will never understand. I’m not sure which one I’m going to give up yet.

          The old Soul 7 was a better ski...

          • Familiarity: I've used it several times

          I agree with the previous reviewer 100%. I've skied both the older version and the newer 16/17 version. I don't think much has changed with the 17/18 model the exception of the graphics. The previous iteration was so surfy and so fun in bumps and trees that you could spend all day bouncing around and not really get fatigued by doing so. The old model wasn't the best carving tool. It was "good enough" at carving. In reality it was a soft snow ski that was a great compliment to someone with a pair of dedicated carving skis.

          The newer model, the HD, I think Rossi tried to turn the Soul 7HD into a 1 ski quiver.
          In my opinion, the addition of carbon has kind of ruined the ski for me since carbon adds a little harshness, makes the ski more demanding and a lot less forgiving in the bumps and in trees. For it's length 188 the HD's are not as easy to turn over in really right bumpy terrain. but it is much better at carving and is more aimed at wide-open terrain and on-trail soft now performance.. In my opinion, if the made this ski in a slightly shorter length 185-186 as opposed to 188, they'd have a real winner.

          But honestly Rossi had a good thing with the old Soul 7 and hopefully they'll bring it back.

          Demo this before buying

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

          I demod this ski in New Zealand winter 2017. Demod it in favorable conditions, powder and big open terrain. The skis I was skiing on were the 2015 model so I got a direct comparison from the old model soul 7 when I demod the 2017 model. Here's my take. The reason the soul 7 line of skis has been so loved and enjoyed was the fact the full wood core and air tips gave a fun, surfy feel to the ski, but the camber underfoot was strong enough to allow the ski to hold an edge when needed. We the new model has lost the surfy feel in my opinion. As soon as i got on it I noticed 2 things. 1) the carbon increased the rigidity of the ski significantly, allowing a better edge on the groomed trail. 2) The rigidity causes the tips to chatter incessantly, to the point where I could not bare to ride. After 2 runs I handed the skis back and got back on my 2015 soul 7s, which were amazing as usual. You may feel different but I would reccomend you demo these skis before buying. They are not like the previous models.

          Unanswered Question

          Sizing questions- deciding between the 180 and the 188cm. 200lb aggerssive type 3 skiier who will likely mount these with the new shift mnc bindings to make it more a 50/50 ski (inbound/outbound). nomrally use a 184cm 4frnt devasator and lvoe them but too heavy and lot pliable in the tight stuff . ideally a balance between the two - simple question on size. not expecting a ton of float so more a question of stability/carving with the 188 vs the tighter radius/toss-em mentality of hthe 184cms. any info much appreciated!