At just under 100 mm at the waist, the Rossignol Sin 7 Skis are the perfect one ski quiver. An all-mountain ski that excels on hard pack as well as quick jaunts into sidecountry powder, the Sin 7 can take you anywhere you please. Powder Turn Rocker provides amazingly easy soft snow performance and an ultra strong, reliable sandwich construction and sidewalls create precision edging and power on hard pack.
Powder Turn Rocker Newly redesigned to deliver even more versatility and superior flotation. A longer, more progressively rockered tip minimizes "tip flap" in variable snow and hardpack while the tapered, more powerful tail drops into soft snow, enhancing flotation and providing effortless steering with instant speed control. Traditional camber underfoot delivers power, energy and edge grip for groomed snow performance.
Centered Sidecut The sidecut features a unique tapering of tip and tail with a short sidecut directly underfoot. A deep radius gives edge grip and power underfoot while a short length of sidecut allows easy steering and playfulness.
Light Core All-new ultra-lightweight Paulownia wood core with Race Department Diago Fiber laminate combines with the Air Tip to reduce overall ski weight by 20%, enhancing maneuverability and touring capabilities, with no compromise in downhill performance.
Sandwich Laminate Wood cores with high tech laminates provide the ultimate in stability, power and durability.
Compatible with 7 Series Climbing Skins Trim to Fit
We recommend a brake width equal to or at most 15 mm wider than the ski waist width.
|Tip Width (mm)||128|
|Waist Width (mm)||98|
|Tail Width (mm)||118|
|Turning Radius (m)||15.9|
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Comments about Rossignol Sin 7 Skis 2014:
What an awesome ski! I did demo S3 in the past and I really liked it - the only issues I had with S3 was that they did not float in the powder as nice as my Atomics did, they did get thrown around on the crud a bit and since I am 6' 5" and over 220lb 186 was really short for me.
Since then I replaced my Access with Nordica Patron since they are better in both powder and hard pack (Atomic Access is an awesome ski but it really stinks on anything more icy). So since now I have a dedicated pow sticks I needed something for the off powder days (Patrons are awesome but taking ski this wide into bumps, even though they handle it well, just does not sound right).
So I did try Sin 7's - wow - at 0 setting they were good but needed to be pushed to be really stable, but when I did set my demo bindings +1 cm forward they really came alive! quick, great hold, pivot on a dime and the tail is SO powerfull - you can really finish your turns and control your speed with just how much you engage the tail.
When I did demo them in breck the conditions were chpy and all skied out (few days after big storms). I took them on top of imperial and was able to to quick nice bump turns - then I layed out mid turns and they felt so right! Speed control is so easy to achieve. Next was a short but very technical run on the contest bowl (a choke between some rocks and trees - they performed like a champ - engage the tail to scrub speed and pretty steep run become a child's play (bare in mind - I am solid advanced but not an expert skier).
Bottom line is these skis rock! Even though Patrons are still my first choice (If I could have only one ski) but Sin 7's are amazing for no deep pow days - and the tail on them is so much stronger than Partons, which tends to wash out just a bit (not a bad thing in powder)