Greed, envy, sloth, gluttony, and the rest are all well and good, but even biblical transgressions aren't as much fun as the Rossignol Sin 7 Ski. The mid-fat Sin is the all-mountain messiah of Rossignol's legendary freeride-leaning 7 Series, and while it's not as powder-capable as the bigger Soul, Super, and Squad, its increased versatility and hardpack chops make it a killer board for days when you're dining primarily on hardpack but enjoying healthy servings of soft-snow desert. Rossignol pressed the Sin with its trademark Powder Turn Rocker, which sports an elongated tip rocker profile for easy float in powder and smooth turn initiation, alongside camber underfoot for edge hold and hard-snow reliability. The tapered tail makes it easy to dump speed in powder and change up your turn shapes, while Rossignol's centered sidecut design makes it easy to rail tight groomer turns. Complementing the Sin's shape, the sandwich construction employs edgy and durable sidewalls that protect the poppy poplar wood core from harsh impacts. Rossignol built the Sin with its famous chatter-reducing Air Tip and Free V. A. S. vibration-dampening laminate so you can mob through choppy snow without getting bounced like a basketball.
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