Published on February 13th, 2014 | by Daniel Feinstein


Rossignol Soul 7 Skis Mens

Rossignol Soul 7 Skis Mens Daniel Feinstein
Stability - 100%
Turning - 100%
Responsiveness - 94%
Speed - 70%
Design - 100%
Price - 90%

Summary: Amazing all-terrain, all-snow ski; appropriate for freeride, freestyle and backcountry skiing.


Extremely versatile

The Soul 7 are the most versatile skis on the Rossignol roster. A conglomeration of revolutionary technologies combine to create these high-performance freeride/freestyle/backcountry skis.

The Soul 7 from Rossignol aren’t the first skis to boast versatility over a number of different downhill disciplines; however, they are the first to really deliver. They are light, responsive and just seem to want to ski everything.

Rossignol has made some very significant changes to this season’s Soul model. The new Paulownia wood core makes this model 15% lighter than last year’s. Paulownia is a very light but relatively strong wood. This, combined with Rosignol’s Diago Fiber technology, results in improved agility and overall performance.

The tips of these skis are uber-light thanks to Air Tip technology. The tips have a honeycomb structure which reduces the swing weight of the skis significantly making them more stable, maneuverable and controllable. These skis will keep you on top of the powder thanks to progressive rockers.

You will notice on the bottom of the skis, just under the bindings, a shallow sidecut. This is Rossignol’s Centered Sidecut technology which adds traction and power at the center of the ski while freeing up the ends of the skis for improved control and versatility.

Comfortable under all snow conditions, the Rossignol Soul 7 is a true standout amongst touring skis and performs phenomenally under all conditions; terrain and snow.

  • Versatile
  • Awesome in powder
  • Light and maneuverable
  • Could be better in packed snow

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About the Author

Dan began running at the age of 10 and ran competitively through high school participating in both Cross Country and Track. He later found himself in the military where accumulated a great deal of knowledge and experience in hiking, camping and survival. Dan continues to run and has become an avid cycler, taking extended tours on a regular basis. He is currently training for the 2015 NYC Ironman.

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