In Depth Staff Reviews:
By: Matt McDonald
Hey, Those 7's Look Different
It's not like Rossignol was going to overhaul their widely successful 7-series skis, the Sky, Soul, and Super. But they did give them their biggest cosmetic change in a few years (look at the trees!). As for the rest of the lineup for 2020 Rossignol skis, we'll see a lot of what worked in 2019, plus a wider selection of Black Ops.
On the boot side, Rossignol rolls out the Alltrack line of lightweight touring boots in the Elite (98mm last) and Pro models at flexes of 130, 120, and 110. The Alltrack Pro 130 GW makes a splash for 2020 as Rossi's high-performance freeride model. All these boots come with Grip Walk.
Alltrack Pro 130 GW boot with a 100mm last, Grip Walk soles, and tech fittings.
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2019 Rossignol Super 7 HD Description:
The Super 7 HD is 100% redesigned this season to help make your powder days 60% easier, 40% more natural and 100% more fun! Rossignol kept the same Power Turn Rocker that gave the Super 7 its playful, surfy feel so steering and speed control are still effortless. But now the all-new Air Tip 2.0 and Carbon Alloy Matrix technologies work together to lighten the ski up while simultaneously making it stiffer for balanced performance from tip to tail. Internal reinforcement eliminates instability for concentrated power and energy throughout the ski while maintaining light swing weight, effortless maneuverability and enhanced ski control. At 116mm underfoot, the new Super 7 is the next progression of the game-changing original, so you can make the most of the deepest days. 90% Powder / 10% All-Mountain
2019 Rossignol Super 7 HD Specs:
Skis In The Rossignol freeride Series:
Super 7 HD (116mm) In Stock
Soul 7 HD (106mm) In Stock
Sky 7 HD (98mm) In Stock
Smash 7 (92mm) In Stock
Seek 7 Tour (86mm) In Stock