Rossignol S7 Freeride (2011)

The fat flagship of Rossi’s AmpTek skis returns with the same crowd-pleasing off-piste agility and groomed-snow ease. Not that you’d ever want to straightline a bump field, but you could do it on the S7. The rockered tip and relatively narrow tail allow you to maintain an athletic, weight-forward position without having to struggle to keep your tips up. Most loved the 186, but big guys should check out the Super S7, a 195-centimeter version with a layer of metal.
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The fat flagship of Rossi’s AmpTek skis returns with the same crowd-pleasing off-piste agility and groomed-snow ease. Not that you’d ever want to straightline a bump field, but you could do it on the S7. The rockered tip and relatively narrow tail allow you to maintain an athletic, weight-forward position without having to struggle to keep your tips up. Most loved the 186, but big guys should check out the Super S7, a 195-centimeter version with a layer of metal.
Rossingnol_S7Freeride_IC_2012

Rating: / 5
Price: $900.00
Year: 2011
Level: 3
Gender: Male
Waist Width:
Tip/Tail/Waist: 145/115/123
Lengths: 166, 176, 188

Stability at speed: 3.37 / 5
Hard snow performance: 3.27 / 5
Crud performance: 3.74 / 5
Flotation: 3.98 / 5
Forgiveness: 3.46 / 5

The fat flagship of Rossi’s AmpTek skis returns with the same crowd-pleasing off-piste agility and groomed-snow ease. Not that you’d ever want to straightline a bump field, but you could do it on the S7. The rockered tip and relatively narrow tail allow you to maintain an athletic, weight-forward position without having to struggle to keep your tips up. Most loved the 186, but big guys should check out the Super S7, a 195-centimeter version with a layer of metal.