2015 Rossignol Star 7 ski review. OnTheSnow tested this ski as part of its women’s Powder Category.

Rossignol’s freeride-oriented women’s 7 series (including the Saffron 7 and Savory 7) reemerges this season with a redesigned rocker profile in order to reduce tip chatter. The widest of the bunch, the Star 7 (116 mm underfoot) features Air Tip technology, an air-filled honeycomb pattern at both ends of the ski's core, designed to reduce swing weight in the tip and total weight of the ski. The result? “This ski is stable, even on cat tracks,” says Muecke. “I’d take it most anywhere except that it does require effort to ski bumps.” The Star 7, which received high scores for float and stability, has a lightweight paulownia wood core and a short centered sidecut designed to enhance steering. “It’s super stable and moderately playful, though not as light as some other more playful skis,” observes Minneci.