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Rossignol Sin 7 / Sky 7 (are they the same thing)

 Poster: A snowHead
Poster: A snowHead
I'm looking to replace by rather well used Salomon Rocker2 90s, and the Sin 7 has been on my radar as being something that might be suitable for me / my skiing.

However, the Rossignol website throws-up different models depending on which country it thinks you're in ... on some there's a Sky 7 and on others the Sin 7. Is there a difference? Are they the same ski with a different paint job? Or, am I being thick (which is more than possible)?

Other skis on my hit list might also be the Volkl 90Eight, Black Crows Camox, or another Salomon (QST).

Thanks in advance for the help.
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 Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Sky 7 is the stiffened up latest version of what was called the sin 7. My daughter skis a sin 7 off piste and likes them there, but does not like them much on piste as the tip flaps quite a lot, and they have a rather low speed limit. Never tried a sky 7, but apparently its on piste performance is better.
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