Rossignol Skis

Rossignol Skis

The Rossignol S Series (Soul 7, Squad 7, Super 7, S7 Junior): What is the best ski in the Milky Way Galaxy? As of this moment it might be the Rossignol S7s. Built for the powder rider, the S series comes in an array of widths and flexes, starting with the narrowest and lightest S2, all the way up to the professional competition level Super 7 or Squad 7. If you're looking for the best of the best then forget the rest and go with the S (7). Sorry for that rhyme. New for the 2014 season is the SOUL 7 which is the new revamped version of the S7 Line!

The Rossignol Experience Series: Rossignol has put out an all mountain rocker lineup of skis, called the Experience. Ranging from the narrow, hardpack carving Experience 78, to the fatter, denser Experience 88s, all of these skis have Rossignol's Auto Camber, which is 30% early rise in the tip, and 70% camber under foot.. While rocker has been considered a powder-specific feature in previous years, Rossignol has come to the conclusion that nearly everyone, including groomer skiers can be helped by some rocker action. The Experience 88s are stiff and heavy chargers, while the Experience 78s are an intermediate confidence booster--everything in between is in between!

Freestyle Series: The Rossignol Freestyle skis are all FULL rocker, which means 100% reverse camber--which means these are buttery and spinny and floaty in the powder. The biggest Rossi freestyler is the Slatwhich is a powder-backcountry-terrain park monster. The Sprayer Skis are a great terrain park specific ski that is super lightweight and easy to throw around and beat on in the terrain park.

Women's Series: Rossignol's women's skis pretty much tell the same story as the men's. The Experience series is called The Temptation Series, the Avenger series is called the Attraxion Series, and well the S Series are still the S series. Rossignol also makes some women's specific bindings, called the Saphir bindings, which come in a few models but are mostly sold as included bindings in system skis. Click here to see all the Rossignol women's skis!