|Type:||Powder, All Mountain|
|Shape:||Twin Tip, Slight tail rise (Not true twin)|
|Rocker Type:||Hybrid, Rocker-Camber-Rocker|
|Recommended Use:||Skiing, Telemarking|
|Manufacturer Warranty:||1 Year|
Description: Rossignol Soul 7 Skis
World, say hello to the Mario of skis. Rossignol's Soul 7 truly represent the industry's number one all-mountain ski. Take these guys anywhere and they will respond to your every need. The Powder Turn Rocker on the tips and tail make this ski ride a little shorter than it actually is, this allows for effortless flotation on powder. Another cool thing about the tips is that Rossignol has milled out the core which makes for a much lighter swing weight and an overall faster ski. Over rough terrain of any kind, the Soul 7 will serve your every command rather than respond to the changing landscape underfoot.
- Sidecut: 136-106-126
- Radius: 17m @ 180
- Powder turn rocker
- Air tip
- Sandwich structure
- Paulownia/ Diago Core
- Recommended bindings (not included): Axial2 120 XXL
There is no difference between the '14 and '15 models.
A 188cm is a big ski for a skier of your size. A 180cm will still be lengthy. Yes, rockered skis do ski shorter but the profile/sidecut/construction of the Soul 7 make it ski pretty true to size. They are stiffer than others in it's class, rail turns, and float exceptionally well. I think the 188s will be too much ski.