2nd Look: Rossignol Squad 7

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Jason Hutchins reviews the 2014-2015 Rossignol Squad 7, Blister Gear Review
2014-2015 Rossignol Squad 7

 

 

Jason Hutchins reviews the 2014-2015 Rossignol Squad 7, Blister Gear Review
Rossignol Squad 7

 

 

Jason Hutchins reviews the 2014-2015 Rossignol Squad 7, Blister Gear Review
Rossignol Squad 7 – Tip Profile

 

 

Jason Hutchins reviews the 2014-2015 Rossignol Squad 7, Blister Gear Review
Rossignol Squad 7 – Tail Profile

 

 

Jason Hutchins reviews the 2014-2015 Rossignol Squad 7, Blister Gear Review
Rossignol Squad 7 – Topsheets

 

 

Jason Hutchins reviews the 2014-2015 Rossignol Squad 7, Blister Gear Review
Rossignol Squad 7 – Tip Detail

 

 

Jason Hutchins reviews the 2014-2015 Rossignol Squad 7, Blister Gear Review
Rossignol Squad 7 – Bases

 

4 comments on “2nd Look: Rossignol Squad 7”

  1. I skied my friends 13 squads and loved them. I then bought the 14 squad as I was having the same sweet spot issues on rossi super 7s in variable / cut up powder. It took me 3 turns to realise these had the same instability issues and it didn’t feel like you could ski round the problems if conditions were not perfect or soft. I tried to love them but they did not charge, they just felt undamped and unstable. I had some great runs on them when snow was great but 2 hours later I wanted to sell them….then I bought 195 moment governors. Now they do everything the squad is meant to and have no top speed. I love the governors, they are quite playful but also have the stability to make you go for it in all conditions.

  2. Again very good review. I’m a fan of your page since Jason released the review of the Rossignol Sickle. Unfortunately it is not available to buy.
    Currently I have the Rossignol S7 and I have had some problems with the performance of the skis. Lack of adherence to medium and high speeds and on steep grades. Lack of support in the tail and lack of pop. In their favor is that they are quick edge to edge and very playful with her versatile and easy to use small turning radius. I am an advanced skier and I’m skiing most of the time away from the road, I prefer medium short radius turning and playful skiing. I am thinking about renewing my skis and I have the following candidates:
    Atomic automatic
    Salomon Roker 2108
    Salomon Q-115
    Armada JJ
    Gunsmoke Blizzard

    I also like the Moment Bibby Pro and Exit Worldt, but can be too much ski for me in terms of stiffness and forgiveness.

    My height is 188 cm and weight 81 kgs.
    Please your help

    sorry for my bad english

    Greetings
    Waldo

  3. Thanks for the update on mounting -2cm, geting mine mounted today and will take your advice. It seems rossignol skis like the S7 have always performed better when mounted -1.5 to -2cm behind the recommended line. I have my S7’s at -1.5 behind the line.

  4. Hi Guys,

    Sorry for digging up this page. I am concerned about choose myself a paire of these squad 7. I deeply hesitate between the two length 180 and 190 ? I weight 67 kg and I am 1m75 tall (148 lbs and 5.47 ft). I like everything from charging big turn to skiing forest. I don’t want to be frustrated when charging but I don’t want to suffer the skis on quick turns. What do you think? Many thanks for the advices.

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