Rossignol Sin 7 Skis 2014
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The future of freeride is here. The all-new Sin 7 is an über-versatile, all-mountain powder ski fusing backcountry, freestyle and freeride performance. Powder Turn Rocker's been redesigned, virtually eliminating "tip flap" while retaining effortless floatation, fatigue-free maneuverability and instant speed control. With a 98mm waist and a powerful, more traditional tail shape, the new Sin 7 delivers powerful versatility whether charging all-mountain, exploring sidecountry stashes, or attacking long ascents.
70% Powder / 30% All-Mountain
Powder Turn Rocker-A profile with 50% standard camber in the center of the ski and 50% rocker at the tip and tail. The slight underfoot camber makes the skis grippy on groomed trails. The tip rocker makes its presence felt, giving better flotation in powder and paving the way for new experiences without tiring the skier. The tail rocker gives better steering and control. Powder - Support - Accessibility - Ease - Fun
The introduction of rocker to alpine skis has literally improved the ski experience for all skiers from first-timers to powder hounds to World Cup racers. Rocker makes skiing nearly effortless by simultaneously enhancing steering and minimizing fatigue – without compromising performance – for every skier type. Simply put, rocker helps skis turn with less effort, carve more easily and float better in deep snow.
Rocker is actually a catch-all phrase that describes “reverse camber” or “early rise” in a ski’s camber profile. Rocker is an upward bend of the tip and/or tail away from the snow. Rocker comes in many different forms including: “full rocker”, “tip rocker” and “tail rocker”.
Traditional camber is the opposite of “rocker” and features a modest downward bend along the length of the ski. Traditional camber enhances stability and tracking; increasing precision and fore/aft balance.
The right balance of rocker and traditional camber depends on the level and type of skiing one prefers. Rossignol offers four different rocker profiles: Power Turn Rocker, Auto Turn Rocker, Powder Turn Rocker and Spin Turn Rocker. Each perfectly tailored to the exact needs of every skier type…
Centered Sidecut-A very short, shallow sidecut underfoot gives grip and power in the very center of the ski while freeing the tip and tail for liveliness. Fun, control and versatility.
Spoon Tip-The tip is wide and raised, so that the very tip can be used for control in powder: very useful for all the new techniques of modern freeride (slash turns and butters). The shape also gives better flotation: the spoontip is an anti-bogging wonder! Flotation, Accessibility, Slash Turns, Butters
Minicap Sandwich-Very solid construction with reinforced topsheet for more durability. The sidewalls are angled at 30° to reduce inertia and overall weight while improving grip.
|Technology||POWDER TURN ROCKER|
|Ski Radius||15.9 m (180)|