Rossignol Sky 7 HD Ski

Rossignol Sky 7 HD Ski
Rossignol Sky 7 HD Ski
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Sky 7 HD Ski by Rossignol
Originally called the Sin in the ever-popular 7 Series, The Sky 7 is a lightweight, versatile, and reliable freeride ski that thrives in lift accessed terrain. These sticks are big enough for boot-top powder, skinny enough for groomers, and maneuverable enough to explore tight tree lines. They truly excel wherever you choose to explore that day.

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SKU: ROS00HU
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