Rossignol Sky 7 HD

2019

Top Performer
Women's Freeride
Rossignol
Price: £545.00
Overall:
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Off piste short turns:
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Steeps:
Ease of use:
Ability Level Lower Advanced Lower Expert Upper Advanced Upper Expert Upper Intermediate
Sidecut 128-98-118
Turn radius 13m (164cm)
Lengths 156, 164, 172
Construction Sidewall
carbon, basalt & lightweight wood core with honeycomb tip & tail
tip & tail rocker
Strengths Floats so easily, effortless to turn, good grip and stability
Weaknesses Hard to fault

They say

The ultimate fusion of lightweight agility and freeride versatility, the all new Sky 7 HD offers uncompromising free touring performance.

We say

The Rossignol was one of the fatter skis we tested in this group, this really shows when it came to its performance in powder where it really shined. It has instant easy float, thanks in no small part to the extra larger shovel and early rise rocker. That early rise is matched up to lightweight honeycomb construction through the tip and tail which helps make this ski really easy to use. The clever part is that although it’s effortless to turn and is very lightweight, it is still stable at speed and when cranked over onto big edge angles.

Tester Comments

Lynn Mill
This great value ski has the surface area to blast, twist and jump off piste. Doesn’t feel as brutish as it looks
Eilidh McLeod
Really easy and playful off piste. Lightweight in the tips make them quick to change direction and have great absorption