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Rossignol S7 Pro Freeride Skis - Kids, Youth


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Description: Rossignol S7 Pro Freeride Skis - Kids, Youth

Experience the ride of your life, and do it your way with the Rossignol S7 Pro Freeride Skis! Wide framed construction and a classic streamlined design provides you with optimal all mountain performance on all of the varying snow conditions you will encounter. Built with the freerider specifically in mind, the S7 Pro model skis help you stay agile and keep those turns in check with a modeled edge design that adds maneuverability while also dropping the weight. Unique graphics finish off these high end skis and are sure to turn a few heads while you're cutting through the morning powder.

Key Features of the Rossignol S7 Pro Freeride Skis:
  • 120/ 90/ 113
  • R:16.4 (160)

S7 Pro Freeride

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Is this a ski that could be used with good results as a "free style" ski for competition for a 14yr. old?
Linda S on Apr 6, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Not sure. My son is only 10, not a strong skier and these were a big step up from his Volkl Gotama's. Seem well built & Phat.
what marker bindings do you recommend for these skis?
A shopper on Jan 10, 2017
BEST ANSWER: The 100mm Free Tens are pretty dope. Check them out HERE:
do these skis include bindings?
A shopper on Nov 28, 2016
These skis are offered as just the ski... bindings are not included.
Can I get these in about a 173 and are they parabolics?
A shopper on Nov 25, 2015
These are parabolic skis, and all available sizes are posted on the website.
is this the next model after the pro s7 that was blue? I saw it last year and my son really loved it
Greg F on Sep 28, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Hey there Greg. You are referring to the Rossignol S7 Pro from 2014. This is the 2011 model, equally as enjoyable as the blue model. The 2011 has a bit of a larger sidecut for more floatation in the deep snow. It's a great ski for the little rippers.