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Rossignol Saffron 7 Skis - 8962rosaf7w14zz-rossignol-skis by Rossignol

Item description: This Hiking Skis product is by Rossignol - Fusing backcountry, freestyle and freeride performance, the 2014 women's Saffron 7 delivers powerful versatility whether exploring all-mountain, sidecountry stashes or long ascents. A 98mm waist, more powerful tail shape and Powder Turn Rocker combine to virtually eliminating "tip flap" while retaining effortless flotation, fatigue-free maneuverability and instant speed control. 70% Powder/ 30% All-Mountain RB: Axium 110 XLKey Features of the Rossignol Saffron 7 Skis: Powder Turn Rocker Centered Sidecut Sandwich Laminate Construction Poplar Wood Core Free V.A.S. Dimensions: 128/ 98/ 118 Radius: 17.0m (178... Learn More

Manufacturer: Rossignol

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