Rossignol Soul 7 HD Skis 2018
Recommended Use: With a versatile waist width of 106mm, we can recommend the Soul 7 HD as a daily driver for those who ski in the Tahoe basin. Over the past few years anything between 100 and 110mm underfoot has become to go-to for many one ski quivers, making the Soul 7 HD dominant in the category.
Why We Like It: We love those skis you can take anywhere and everywhere and still excel in a variety of snow conditions, and the Soul 7 HD is one that does it best. Perfect for any skiers from intermediate to highly advanced.
Bottom Line: The wide range of skiing abilities that can truly enjoy the Soul 7 HD skis is remarkable, and that that's just one of the reasons why it earns a spot on our wall year-after-year. Bottom line... It's a darn easy ski to ski. The construction is what we look for in a modern day ski that bleeds performance.
Profile: This year Rossignol's Soul 7 HD skis come back with a brand-new mold, but don't worry, they only made improvements. Less sidecut increases the turn radius, allowing for a more stable ride at high speeds. A longer rocker profile with a lower rise has also been added, bringing more control and precision to the Soul 7 HD skis through a variety of snow conditions from powder to crud.
Construction: The new 7-series from Rossignol comes back with the same Carbon Matrix from last year, a carbon basalt weave with linear glass stringers that not only help quiet vibrations, but also help stabilize the ski on top of the paulownia wood core. A redesigned Air Tip 2.0 tip and tail allows for a smooth and stable ride.