Featuring the all-new Soul 7 (136/106/126), the 7 Series is a revolutionary fusion of backcountry, freestyle and freeride performance.
Check out and “Like” the new Soul 7 Facebook page where you can find: videos, photos, testimonial and more. Then be sure to share and help spread the word: The Future of Freeride is Here.
Soul 7: (136/106/126); radius: 17m (180cm); sizes: 162, 174, 180, 188cm
Featuring new, athlete-driven innovation and design, the Soul 7 encourages all skier types to push the boundaries and leave their mark.
Powder Turn Rocker has been redesigned for even more effortless floatation, fatigue-free steering and all-mountain versatility. Patented new Air Tip technology reduces swing weight for an incredibly lightweight feel. A new ultra-lightweight core reduces ski weight by 20% for enhanced agility and easier touring.
Whether charging big-mountain terrain, surfing through secret glades, or touring backcountry stashes, the 7 SERIES is the future of freeride.
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