As one of the most decorated skis of the last decade, the Rossignol Soul 7 infuses a lightweight Paulownia wood core with Rossignol’s patented Air Tip Technology to provide a rock solid performance ski. From deep powder turns off the backside to ripping rails on the front side, the mini-cap construction with camber underfoot gives ample edge grip on firm snow while the updated Powder Turn Rocker will keep your tips up and prevent tip flap in variable snow conditions. Rossignol’s Race Department Diago Fiber technology adds liveliness and pop while Free V.A.S. provides additional damping for enhanced tracking in variable snow.
Top-sheet: Good condition with scratching and scuffing in the tips and tails with light chipping in the tips
Base: Good condition with a few light scratches and small P-tex repairs noted.
Edges: Good condition with no issues.
Binding: Rossignol Axium 120 Bindings in Good condition. Fits alpine ski boots with a Boot Sole Length between 258-386mm. Indicated release value between 3.5-12.
Turn Radius: 17m
— All our photos for this product are professionally taken in house and are of the actual product you will receive. Stock photos were not used on this item.—
Note: These skis have received a Silver Tune from Utah SKI Gear which includes:
- Bindings, Topsheet, Base and Edges inspected
- Multi-pass Belt Sand with Trizact belt finish
- De-tune of the tip and tail
- Machine base prep hot wax
Disclaimer of Warranties:
For previously owned and used skis and bindings:
- Equipment is sold “as is”.
- The buyer assumes all risk as to the quality and performance of the equipment.
Special Safety Notice for Bindings: We urge you to take your boots and bindings to a shop certified by the bindings’ manufacturer to have a function check. The majority of shops will charge for this service. Even though we may, by request, check to see if a binding should fit your boot sole length, such an adjustment and fit check does not verify that the bindings will release properly with your boot. Only a certified shop can do this, with the user’s boots present.
Skiing is dangerous. Ski at your own risk.