2012 Rossignol S7 Ski DescriptionThe 2012 Rossignol S7 Ski will make you a better person. From it’s introduction, the S7 has been producing confident skiers in every condition. The S7 was the first model in the Rossi line to perfect the tip to tail Rocker/Camber/Rocker profile. The utilitarianism of the Rossignol S7 allows skiers to rail GS turns on hardpack and effortlessly ski waist deep powder all in the same run. The S7 is a true freerider allowing skiers with any ability level to achieve the highest level of performance on every part of the mountain. The S7 has something to offer you.
Rossignol’s Powder Turn technology is the driving force behind the S7’s magical powers. A profile of 50% Rocker (tip and tail), and 50% Camber (centered underfoot) allows you to feel confident in anything from Pow to Crud to Cords. The Spoon Tip technology up front and pin shaped tails in the back help make floating and steering through the pow a delight, opening up your ability to get creative in those un-tracked stashes. Everything about the Rossignol S7 has played a part in creating its now almost cult following in skiing. From it’s sandwich construction to the WRS (weight reduction system) wood core and fiberglass laminates, the 2012 Rossignol S7 is one of the most versatile, maneuverable and forgiving skis around. Giving you a better chance at having one hell of a day, every day you’re on them.
Differences between Rossignol S7 & Rossingol Super 7
You would think it would be easy to find information that details the differences between the regular S7 and Super 7 models, that's not the case, which has led to some confusion regarding what exactly the differences are. Let's see what we can do to clear that up:
188 Rossignol S7 & 188 Rossignol Super 7: In the 188 size, both the standard S7 and its beefier cousin, the Super 7 come from the same mold. The only difference is the materials that make up each ski, with the super-sized version receiving additional layers of Titanal, to make a ski that is stiffer, without adding considerably to the weight. The 188 Super 7 is a good choice for a very aggressive skier that wants a more responsive ski on hard pack and a crud buster for variable condition days without sacrificing much if anything in powder performance.
195 Rossignol Super 7: The biggest, baddest version of the Super 7 comes from its own mold, which means in addition to the extra length, this ski is also wider throughout the waist and tail, which provides more float. Additional, the 195 Super 7 also features the additional of Titanal (a Titanium alloy), which helps to dampen the ski and reduce chatter when railing on ice or blasting through the crud. Like all of the Rossignol 7 series family, each size ski also has different dimensions, which maintains the same skiing experience, regardless of which length you're on, so you can get a ski that is optimized for your weight, and skiing style.
- Rossignol Super 7 195cm:
- Rossignol Super 7 188cm:
- Rossignol S7 188cm:
- Rossignol S7 178cm:
- Rossignol S7 168cm:
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2012 Rossignol S7 Ski Specifications
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