Rossignol System S7 Pro Mancini

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Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

One might look at Rossignol's System S7 Pro Mancini Ski and think madness but one ride over powder with its reverse camber Amptek design and it's obvious this ski is on the cusp of genius. Make big turns and little turns - anywhere - with the reverse camber tip and tail, get the flex you love from the WRS fiberglass sock design reduces weight and increases flex with variable fiber densities at different places throughout the ski, and never rattle over groomers - the shock-absorbing JAS system keeps chatters in-check.

- Mountain Gear

The first ever free-heel pro-model, the Rossignol SYSTEM S7 Pro Mancini Ski features a mixed rocker / camber design that slays everything from chunky chunder to face-deep pow. Made with design input for tele-ripper Max Mancini, this versatile ski sports a soft, rockered tip that floats over soft snow and other less enjoyable obstacles, while the stiffer midsection features camber to carve up hardpack. This pin-tail profile puts most of the skis real estate up front and tapers to the tail with some variable sidecut thrown in just to keep things spicy. The result is a ski that refuses to dive in deep snow and shreds on groomers and firm surfaces.


Rossignol System S7 Pro Mancini


The System S7 Pro Mancini has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$679.96 - $949.95

The Rossignol System S7 Pro Mancini is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen January 15, 2013 at Mountain Gear.

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