ROSSIGNOL SPICY 7
Reach your peak on the all-new ROSSIGNOL SPICY 7. At 87mm underfoot, this ultra-lightweight women’s free-ride ski is one of the newest additions to the legendary 7 Series collection. Featuring a paulownia/microcell Light Core construction and updated Air Tip technology. The SPICY 7 blazes a new trail in terms of weight (2500g/pr) and progressive downhill performance.
Bindings system – XPRESS
Construction – CENTRAL WALL
Core – PAULOWNIA WOOD & CELL CORE
Radius – 16m
Reinforcements – FIBERGLASS
Rocker – POWDER TURN ROCKER
Sidecuts – PROGRESSIVE SIDECUT
Sidecuts dimensions – 122 – 86 – 108
Tail dimensions – 108
Tip dimensions – 122
Waist dimensions – 86
Weight – 2.8KG/PAIR
This exclusive Rossignol technology has been masterminded for free-riding and wide open spaces! The tip is filled with air for maximum lightness and built to retain maximum torsional rigidity. The ski’s weight is redistributed, the tip is lightened for greater ease, safety and versatility. The weight is focused in the center of the ski to maximise control and power beneath the skier’s feet. THE ROCKER REVOLUTION IS HERE!
PAULOWNIA & CELL CORE
Designed for lightweight free-touring, vertical strips of MICROCELL and PAULOWNIA create a featherweight core construction for the ultimate blend of ultra-light energy, shock absorption, and stability.
Designed for the deepest powder days, our most progressive rocker/camber profile delivers an award-winning balance of confident versatility and effortless float. The blend of longer, lower tip rocker, tapered tail profile, and traditional camber underfoot allows easy steering, instant speed control and the power, energy, and grip to get you back to the lift.
Central Dualtec combines sandwich and cap construction. Sandwich construction in the center of the ski for effective grip, cap construction at tip and tail for easier turn initiation. This technology delivers a very fluid and comfortable ride. Grip, Ease, Durability.
Very solid construction with reinforced top-sheet for more durability. The sidewalls are angled at 30° to reduce inertia and overall weight while improving grip.