Playful with purpose, the Rossignol Sin 7 has the key characteristics to play in the powder and make aggressive edge to edge carves. lightweight touring ability combined with a versatile shape allow the Sin 7 to be a multidimensional backcountry ski. Rocker, camber, rocker profile gives the Sin 7 a surfy feel when skied over center and can rail turns when the edge is engaged. At 98mm underfoot and a 17 meter turn radius create quick edge to edge transitions on hard pack and steeps. The patented honeycomb Air Tip drastically reduces the swing weight making directional maneuverability almost effortless. Of the 7 series skis this one has as a medium flex that finds a balance between charging, playing and forgivness. The Sin 7 lets the skier tackle the backcountry with a superb balance between weight and performance. A lightweight paulownia core gives the ski a poppy and forgiving flex. The core is wrapped with a diagonal laminate weave that dials in responsiveness. A double fiberglass laminate adds torsional stiffness that increases the edge to edge agility. The most notable feature of this ski is the Air Tip honeycomb, this patented feature is key to lowering the swing weight.