Equipment Profile: Round 2

In the second installment of our Rossignol equipment profile it only seems right to offer some insight to two of the hottest skis currently on the market – the Rossignol Soul 7 and the Rossignol Savory 7.
 
Rossignol Soul 7
 


The future of freeride is here. A revolutionary fusion of backcountry, freestyle and freeride performance, the Soul 7 is the award-winning evolution of the ski that started it all, the S7. "Push your boundaries with confidence" on the industry's most heavily acclaimed, demanded, and versatile new freeride ski for expert to intermediate skiers. Featuring athlete-driven innovation and design, our highly-acclaimed Powder Turn Rocker profile virtually eliminates "tip flap" for increased stability while delivering effortless floatation, steering, and speed control in the deepest snow conditions. Our patented, lightweight Air Tip technology enhances floatation and control even further, keeping tips naturally above the snow surface for fatigue-free maneuverability and ultra-light swing weight for quick directional changes. With an ultra-lightweight paulownia wood core construction and 106mm waist, the Soul 7 "makes you feel like a rock star", delivering award-winning, freeride versatility whether chasing first tracks, exploring backcountry stashes, or simply skiing all-mountain.
 
The sould 7 is featured in the Ski Butlers Powder Line in sizes 164, 172 and 180.
 
Rossignol Savory 7
 

The Rossignol Savory 7 is essentially the same ski as the Soul 7 however it has a size run and graphics more favorable to the intermediate to expert women’s skier.  The Savory is 106mm underfoot and features and ultra-ligjht wood core allowing the ski to perform regardless of the conditions or terrain. 
 
The Savory 7 is featured in the Ski Butlers Powder Line in sizes 162 and 170. 

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