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Rossignol Smash 7 Skis

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  • All Mountain
  • Powder
  • Twin Tip
Ability Level: Intermediate-Advanced
Rocker Type:
  • Hybrid
  • 50% low camber underfoot 50% high rocker at the tip and tail
  • Sandwich
  • sidewalls
Core Material:
  • Wood
  • Wood & Composite
  • 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
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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:
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