2020 Rossignol Sky 7 HD Skis

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2020 Rossignol Sky 7 HD skis

Straight out of the iconic 7 Series, the Sky 7 HD skis are the ideal option for skiers interested in having one pair of all-mountain skis that can handle any and all conditions present on the mountain at any given time. These skis are a great option for skiers ranging in ability from the Intermediate to Expert level. At 98 mm underfoot, the Sky 7 HD skis fall perfectly into the demanded waist width for an all-mountain ski. These Rossignol skis are a versatile all-mountain tool allowing solid skiers to carve legit turns on the groomed frontside or take advantage of the awesome float in off-piste snow conditions. The Air Tip 2.0 Technology makes these skis very maneuverable with exceptional float in fresh or broken snow. You will find the Sky 7 HD skis are a super easy skiing ski that gives you the performance needed in a super lightweight ski construction. The combination of surprising power and ease of use generated by the Rossignol Sky 7 HD skis, is quickly taking the Sky 7 HD to the top of the list for demanded all-mountain skis. With a turn radius of 18 meters in the 180 cm length, you will be thinking about wanting to turn and the skis will already be starting to engage your next turn. You will be amazed with the combination of a light weight design, power, versatility and overall skiability presented by the new Rossignol Sky 7 HD skis.


  • Sidecut: 128/96/118
  • Turn Radius: 16 meters at 164 cm length
  • Weight 3.2 kg/pair (164)
  • Freeride Rocker Profile
  • Air Tip 2.0 Technology
  • MINICAP Sidewall Structure
  • Carbon Alloy Matrix
  • Paulownia Wood Core
  • Ability Level: Intermediate to Expert Skiers
2020 Rossignol Sky 7 HD Skis
Looking for a great all mountain ski that I can take into the glades and steeps all east coast skiing. I'm a 54 year old intermediate/advanced skier 205 pounds 5'10''. What would be the best ski and length for me. SKY 7 / SOUL 7 / BLACKOPS Escaper / HolyShred or Sender ? I will be buying from Skiessentials "Better scelation then REI & keep it local" Any help would be appreciated
Question by: Stephen Ogden on Sep 27, 2020, 1:13 PM
Hi Stephen!
I think the 98's are the way to go, so the Escaper, Holyshred, and Sky 7 should be tops on the list. Of those, the Sky is the lightest and most maneuverable--one of the quickest 98's I've ever been on. The Escaper isn't too far behind, with more of a consistent tip to tail flex--I'd prefer the Escaper in a true all-mountain format to the Sky, especially given your stats. The Holyshred bumps it up a notch in the freeride department, and I've always loved the extra weight of the rubber and fiberglass that make this ski damp and stable. Not as energetic as the Escaper, but overall more stout. I'd go with the Escaper in either the 178 or 186 depending on how aggressively you're skiing. Have fun!
Answer by: SkiEssentials Expert on Sep 28, 2020, 2:53 PM

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