Rossignol Soul 7 Ski Test Results 2016 ReviewSeptember 15, 2015
- Does everything well
- Easy to maneuver yet strong enough to blast through anything
- So fun to ski
- Great float
- Very good hard snow performance
- Can feel light
- Not the most powerful ski in the category
Rossignol's Soul 7 is a marvel of a ski with incredibly easy to access performance in a variety of conditions. Skiers everywhere could spend happily spend the next two to three seasons ripping up everything from powder to soft bumps to deep crud on this ski.
Rossignol’s Soul 7 is one of the most versatile skis we have ever tested. It thrilled the hard chargers with its ability to maintain control in the deepest deep, tightest trees, and most mashed up mank, and lit up our lighter, less technical testers with its incredibl mix of sluff-ability and float. The Powder Turn Rocker, Air Tip and Light Core result in a free moving ski that provides effortless turn initiation and an easy to access swingweight. And the Free V.A.S. dampening materials virtually eliminate chatter and vibrations–even on the hardpack!
This may not be the top pick for edgeheads who want to lay trenches in the powder, but it is a guaranteed top pick for everybody and anybody else.