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Rossignol Smash 7 Skis

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Specs

Type: All Mountain, Powder
Shape: Twin Tip
Ability Level: Intermediate-Advanced
Rocker Type: Hybrid, 50% low camber underfoot 50% high rocker at the tip and tail
Construction: Sandwich, sidewalls
Core Material: Wood, Wood & Composite
Base: Sintered
Recommended Use: Skiing
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: Rossignol Smash 7 Skis

Leave your mark on the mountain and lay tracks in new places. Rossignol completely revolutionized powder skiing with its "game-changing" freeride skis. The s-series brings the surfy playfulness of powder skiing to the masses with its world-renowned blend of float and versatility. Powder turn rocker delivers fatigue-free maneuverability, effortless steering and instant speed control, making powder skiing easier and more fun. Centered sidecut provides versatility and edging power not found in other wide-waisted, rockered skis. Rossignol's freeride series simply "ups" your game whether slashing big-mountain windlips, poaching backcountry pow, exploring sidecountry stashes, or surfing through secret glades. Push the boundaries and leave your mark...

Key Features of the Rossignol Smash 7 Skis:
  • Sidecut: 119-92-110
  • Radius: 23 m (170)
  • Powder Turn Rocker: for elite through intermediate skiers who want to maximize their experience in natural snow and deep powder
  • 50% Low Camber Underfoot 50% with High Rocker at the Tip and Tail
  • Camber Underfoot delivers power, energy, and edge grip for performance on groomed snow
  • High Rocker Tip delivers more floatation and effortless powder skiing
  • High Rocker Tail is pin-shaped for easier steering in powder and instant speed control
  • Centered Sidecut: Sidecut features a unique tapering of tip and tail with short sidecut directly underfoot
  • Deep Radius gives edge grip and power underfoot while short length of sidecut allows easy steering and playfulness
  • Spoon Rip: Spoon shaped tip for maximum floatation
  • Tip Profile is tapered for effortless tracking in deep snow
  • Sandwich Laminate: Wood Cores with metal and/or high tech laminates provide ultimate stability, power and durability
  • Traditional Sidewalls apply direct pressure to the edges for increased precision and edging power

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My Son Picked them out
James P on Jan 8, 2014
best price for the sickest ski
Morgan S on Dec 27, 2013
Great price for a great ski
Bryce H on Dec 30, 2013
Friend needed new skis, great brand and cheap.
Beth M on Dec 25, 2013
I am 5'9'' 205 lbs and I have always had shorter skis than I am recommended to have. I guess I am recommended to have around a 174cm-178cm. Would this 170 cm be a good size for me?
A shopper on Feb 9, 2014
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What difference other than waist width does this have to the S3, is it better worse? Which would you recommend for a intermediate to advanced skier?
A shopper on Jan 29, 2014
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I'm a 5'5" 125lbs advanced skier. Would the 170 be too much ski for me, or would the 160 just be better?
Zac G on Dec 18, 2013
Best Answer: Zac,

Well the good news is that either way you end up with a great ski. I personally like more ski. Because of the tip and tail rocker the Smash 7 will ski shorter than it actually is, less active edge on snow. If you go with the 170 it will not be overpowering. More ski is more fun...of course I am 6'5" 230lbs...
Reply · Report · Paddy OStaff on Dec 19, 2013
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5'6 165 without gear. Like a shorter ski. Will I over power 160 with my size?
A shopper on Jan 19, 2014
Best Answer: Depends on your ability. If you are a beginner to moderate skier, that size may be fine. If you are an expert level skier that length may not give you the stability and performance you want. Much also depends on the ski itself. I am a 5'6 145 expert female skier and I ski on a 167 high performance ski.
Reply · Report · Wendy H on Nov 3, 2014
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I am a beginner and have just moved to Steamboat and would like to know if this would be a good ski to grow into? I have a pass and plan on being on the mountain as much as possible...whether I like it or not.
I usually pick things up quickly and need to know if I should start with a more beginner ski or just learn into these. Thank you.
Daniel S on Nov 26, 2014
Best Answer: These never felt like an advanced ski to me. I've taken mine all over the mountain and they've always been up to task. They turn nice and sharp and are fantastic on powder or groomers. I'd recommend them! Plus, where are you going to find a better price?
Reply · Report · Nicholas V on Nov 27, 2014
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What bindings go good with these skis?
Dave J on Oct 8, 2014
Best Answer: Hey Dave!

It really depends on what type of skiing you'll be doing. I am pretty partial to Marker and Salomon Bindings. I also really like Look. All three companies have been making bindings for a long time, the hardware is tough and can be put through the ringer. I am a big guy and put a lot of torque on my gear. In bindings I look for solid construction and metal parts rather than plastic.

I really like the Marker Jesters and Dukes, the Salomon STH, and the Look PX. Check them out here:
http://www.the-house.com/ski-bindings-view-all.html
Reply · Report · Paddy OStaff on Oct 9, 2014
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what type of bindings should we buy and can you mount them?
Jay H on Dec 6, 2014
Best Answer: Hi Jay,
the recommended binding to go on the Smash 7 is the Axium 100 B93. yes, the shop can mount the bindings.
Reply · Report · Tim PWorks for Rossignol on Dec 7, 2014
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