Seven different production runs of 50 units each were released from November 2014 to October 2015.
This return top is a special version of the Summit, made of 7075 aluminum rather than the standard 6061 alloy of the original. Not only that, but to allow it to play fast, some of the weight was removed and redistributed, making it 3 grams lighter. All of the other features are the same, especially the Ultra Light Side Effect, the Drop Step side face design and the physical dimensions.
Another aspect that makes the Seven Summit special is the motif of the seven tallest mountains on Earth; Mt. Kilimanjaro (Africa), Mt. McKinley (North America), Mt. Aconcagua (South America), Mt. Elbrus (Europe), Mt. Vinson (Antarctica), Mt. Kosciuszko (Australia), and Mt. Everest (Asia).
Each production run of the Seven Summit return top comes in a different eye-catching colorway that represents that mountain. A total of 350 Seven Summits were made, fifty for each of the seven versions.
As of October 2015, all seven runs of the Seven Summit were made and sold, so no more of these will be produced.