Cab Collabs with Rossi on Skis

While I would have been more stoked if Steve did something in the snowboard realm… I like Cab and I like Rossignol (they were always my ski of choice back in my youth BS (before snowboarding)).  So for you two plankers looking for something new check these out:


Introducing Rossignol’s Seven Artistic Sins (SAS) Collection, a group of seven limited-edition twin tip models pairing iconic graphics with the most technologically- advanced, athlete-developed product available. The SAS collection is canvassed with artistic interpretations of the seven deadly sins as imagined by boardsport legends and artists Andy Howell, Steve Caballero, Caia Koopman, Mr. Jago, Andrew Pommier, Will Barras and Squindo.


Steve Caballero was an original member of the founding fathers of skate, the Bones Brigade, and credited with inventing the fakie 360 ollie also called the “Caballerial’’, and today designs skate product and creates art to further the influence of action sports.

“I created this piece of art after I finished restoring my car,” said Caballero of his tricked-out muse. “I always think of the word gluttony when I’m done fuelling this beast up, it’s a gas glutton.”

Sage Cattabriga-Alosa and Rossignol have designed the ultimate backcountry slash ski. Using twin tip construction combined with a new tricked-out reverse camber, reverse sidecut shape and incorporating sidecut underfoot for navigating on the cat tracks, the S7 is the most revolutionary powder twin tip to hit the backcountry!  100% Backcountry.

For an ultra-limited pre-release of these skis check out


~ by hrocker on January 26, 2008.

One Response to “Cab Collabs with Rossi on Skis”

  1. Rossi champion
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