2015 Rossignol Savory 7 ski review. OnTheSnow tested this ski as part of its women’s All-Mountain Back Category.

“I savored the Savory in bumps, soft pow and fresh groomers,” says Muecke, one of the testers who contributed to the Savory 7’s high scores for versatility. The women’s freeride-skiing-focused 7 Series includes the Star 7 (116-mm underfoot), Savory 7 (106-mm) and Saffron 7 (98-mm). The Savory 7 features a lightweight paulownia wood core and traditional sidewalls, but the rockered tip and tail steal the show with Rossignol’s Air Tip technology, an air-filled honeycomb pattern designed to reduce swing weight and total weight of the ski. “The visible tip construction really lightens the ski and ups the fun factor,” says Minneci. “For a ski that’s quite wide, it has ability to get on edge and carve,” adds Van Riper. “It looks bigger than it feels.”