Rossignol Soul 7 Skis (Men's)

Rossignol Soul 7 Skis (Men's) -

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Waist Width

Rocker/Camber Hybrid: Uses rocker in certain zones of the ski, typically the tip, tail, or both. Great, versatile choice, offering good grip on hardpack, some float in soft snow, and easy turn initiation and transitions.

100+ Powder-specific; not much carving

Style: RACQI01

Rossignol’s S-Series has been revamped and improved yet again this season. The all-new 7 Series combines some of the latest and greatest technology ultimately dishing out some incredible powder skis. The Rossignol Soul 7 is the quintessential ski for guys looking to get away from the lift and into deeper pow. This ski combines a super-light wood called Paulownia, blended with a honeycomb design for reinforcement and torsional rigidity. Rossignol also focused some attention to the unwanted tip flap associated with rocker skis by smoothing out the ski’s transition from rocker to camber. Now when you're flying down a groomer to get to your secret stash, the only thing flapping will be your jacket.


  • Design: Powder/Deep Powder/All Mountain
  • Ski Dimensions: 136-106-126
  • Radius: 17m (size 180)
  • Camber: Powder Turn Rocker blends 50% rocker and 50% camber
  • Bindings: Not included
  • Recommended Binding (sold separately): Rossignol Axial3 120


  • Powder Turn rocker floats through powder while reducing tip flap on groomers
  • Sandwich construction for stability
  • Centered Sidecut allows for easy steering and playfulness
  • Paulownia/Diago Fiber reduces ski’s weight
  • Patented Air Tip helps with stability and torsional rigidity

Questions and Answers

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"What size would u recommend for high advanced/early expert at 6'1 - 180/185. If I was skiing open bowls and deep on a daily basis, I'd go for the 188. But the reality is that I'll be using it for resort skiing (maybe some cat skiing as well) when there is a min of 10cm fresh. I want to roam the entire mountain including tress, bumps/pow, tight spots while laying some mean arcs on soft and groomed slopes. This has got me leaning to the 180cm. What would u recommend???"
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Question by Soul -Fan on 9/6/2013 - 2:26 pm
"You should definitely be in the 176-180 range for better control overall. I wouldn't go to the 188 unless you were only going to be in the backcountry the majority of the time."
Answer by Martha (Peter Glenn Staff) on 9/6/2013 - 2:49 pm
"Hi Martha, Will the 180 still allow me to charge and offer enough stability?"
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Question by Soul -Fan on 10/17/2013 - 11:39 pm
"It definitely will. You will have more control over the ski so you'll have a faster response from them. "
Answer by Sarah (Peter Glenn Staff) on 10/18/2013 - 9:48 am
"I'm 5'7" 155lbs. Advanced to expert skier. Currently skiing on Dynastar Sultan 85's (172cm). What length would you recommend in the Rossi Soul 7? Thanks! "
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Question by sjcoll on 11/6/2013 - 11:51 am
"I'd recommend the 180's. They'll work better in deeper powder and give you more float!"
Answer by Sarah (Peter Glenn Staff) on 11/6/2013 - 2:05 pm
"Does the factory recommend a binding pairing?"
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Question by just eight on 1/3/2014 - 5:13 pm
"According to Rossignol, from their website they recommend the: Axial² 120 XXL."
Answer by Martha (Peter Glenn Staff) on 1/5/2014 - 11:57 am
"I'm returning to the sport after a long break and have worked my way back up to the blue runs. I am 6' tall and 240lbs. I'd like a versatile ski for all conditions and I went to a local store and they recommended the Vokl RTM84, and on the other hand while I was in whistler they recommended the Soul 7 skis. I'd like to buy the most versatile well constructed ski to address the most common ski conditions. I typically frequent Big Bear, Whistler and Utah resorts."
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Question by Stephen on 3/5/2014 - 6:30 am
"The Rossignol Soul 7 would be a great ski for you as it gives you some speed and is an all mountain ski. It is able to handle all kinds of conditions. "
Answer by Katie (Peter Glenn Staff) on 3/6/2014 - 9:52 am
"I am an advanced skier, 49 yrs old and 5' 10" 170 lbs who likes to ski the whole mountain what size would you recommend for the this ski for me. thx"
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Question by Dan on 12/12/2014 - 2:28 pm
"We'd recommend the 180 for you!"
Answer by Sarah (Peter Glenn Staff) on 12/12/2014 - 6:03 pm
"I'm 5'11, 170 lbs, and consider myself an expert skier (in the east). Currently on 177 Head Supershape Rallys which I love for speeding on groomers. With a trip to Utah in March planned and just using the Heads in 14inches of powder, I am looking to get a pair of skis for the trip and these kind of days. I'm thinking the 188s would be best, but wanted to get your opinion. Do you think I should go with the 188s or 180s?"
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Question by SkiTheEast on 1/20/2015 - 10:27 pm
"I think you'll be fine with the 180's. "
Answer by Martha (Peter Glenn Staff) on 1/21/2015 - 10:36 am
"Ordered a pair of 188's. If I am taking a pair of PX 12 Fluid Bindings from an old pair of skis, what size breaks will I need to replace them with? "
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Question by Gronk on 2/3/2015 - 1:43 pm
"You should be able to work with a 100, but that would be the minimum."
Answer by Martha (Peter Glenn Staff) on 2/5/2015 - 1:33 pm
"Hi, I'm male, 5'6", 130lbs, what size would you recommend for the Rossignol Soul 7 skis?"
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Question by bluesnowfiend on 4/22/2015 - 11:01 am
"We'd recommend a range of 168 to 172 depending upon how aggressive you like to ride! 168 is more of an average ski style while 172 is for someone more aggressive!"
Answer by Sarah (Peter Glenn Staff) on 4/22/2015 - 11:37 am
"Hi, I'm 50 years old, 182cm height and 76kg weight without gear. I ski in the European Alps, level advanced. I already have some Marker Tour 12 binding I'd put on my new Soul 7's, just for short hikes and easy touring. 180 or 188 for me? All my pals say they will not talk to me any more if they see me with a pair of wide sis shorter than myself... help! "
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Question by ddski on 5/10/2015 - 5:47 am
"You should be fine with the 180."
Answer by Martha (Peter Glenn Staff) on 5/11/2015 - 9:11 am
"Hi, for Soul 7 and the Axial3 120 are the All Track Pro 100 the perfect pair of boots? Thanks"
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Question by Nelson Morales on 5/28/2015 - 5:03 pm
"No, the perfect pair of boots are going to be whichever ones fit your foot the best. It's extremely important that you go into a store and get professionally fitted for a ski boot. Perhaps the Rossignol AllTrack Pro 100 is the perfect boot for you, but you need to be fitted to find out."
Answer by Martha (Peter Glenn Staff) on 5/29/2015 - 9:40 am
"Reading this thread about length for the Rossi Soul 7 HD so I have to jump in. Since I can't find time to demo, here goes... I'm 6'4", 185lb plus gear, advanced all-mountain. I hear these skis, ski short. I'm seeing you recommend 180cm a lot here. I usually just ski storms now, and love exploring, so 180 or 188cm? Is 188 just too long for most applications? I'm not in an area (Tahoe) that has much open bowl stuff... Thanking you in advance. "
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Question by Chris C. on 10/10/2016 - 12:30 am
"For an advance all mountain skier with the measurements you provided. I would suggest 188cm per the manufacturer recommendations. Hope this information helps!"
Answer by KristaLouttit (Peter Glenn Staff) on 10/11/2016 - 3:30 pm

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