You've been watching the forecast and now you're up before the crack of dawn, ready to float through bottomless powder and conquer big-mountain lines with the Rossignol Super 7 HD. Situated as Rossignol's second widest directional ski, the 116mm waist ensures buoyancy on especially deep days yet remains composed in leftover chop and variable snow, and the occasional groomer lap. The Powder rocker delivers intuitive flotation and speed control, supplying a natural turning sensation in deep snow and allows you to focus on that new line or feature. Rossignol's Air Tip technology renders the ski much lighter than its downhill stability would suggest, saving your legs a little bit of work on long days at the resort or on the skintrack. Carbon layering provides stiffness and stability without the weight penalty associated with other materials, further proving the Super 7 HD's potential as a backcountry tool and resort weapon.
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