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Rossignol The Mini Snowboard Tweed 121

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  • Freestyle
  • Mini
  • Twin
  • Camber
  • Camber
Flex: Stiff
Width: Regular
Mounting Pattern:
  • 4x4
Sidewall Type: Sidewall
Core: Wood
  • Extruded
  • Radial
Stance Setback: None
Recommended Use:
  • Entry Level
  • Intermediate
  • Advanced
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: Rossignol The Mini Snowboard Tweed 121

This Rossignol The Mini Snowboard is both extremely well built and very versatile. The radial sidecut design ensures for a smooth and stable ride in even the roughest of terrains. The sturdy core construction was definitely built to last. It can take just about any thing you can throw at it. The twin style design is extremely stylish and sleek and will have you looking cool as you glide down the slopes. It's also very affordable!

Key Features of the Rossignol The Mini Snowboard:
  • Twin Style
  • Radial Sidecut
Length (cm) 119 121 123
Effective Edge (cm)
Tip Width (cm)
Tail Width (cm)
Waist Width (cm) 24.0 25.0 26.0
Sidecut (m)

The Mini

Customer Reviews | Add Your Review!

  • "Fun Sized"

    Pros: Nimble, Good edge hold, Uber FUN!!! Cons:

    This board is so much fun, need to have one in your quiver at this price. I like to use this board to teach on, its perfect.

  • "Mini mega"

    Pros: light, easy, fun Cons: catchy edges,

    I demod this mini board from a friend of mine. It's really mini board for mega fun. For sure it's not a board for speed runs or powderdays, as it catches edges easily, but for funriding it's awsome. You can easily do different tricks which were pretty complicated with fullsized board. It is really great tool for fun ride.

  • "Fun little jibber. "

    , north ryde, NSW
    Pros: short, easy to ride, makes a boring hill fun again Cons: nose and tail are super short so cant do presses , nose submarines if your back foot is light, not the newest board

    My room mate had one of these little monsters, and everyone used to steal it on our days off whenthe conditions were not the best just because its fun to ride. i know alot of people that rode this board really developed rail skills pretty quick. but this board is a nightmare to butter due to having really tiny nose and tail that dont flex too much. feels a little stiffer because of the short length and may feel a bit better if you narrow your stance a little. but all in all its cheap, fun and its funny watching all your friends fight over who rides it when the weather isnt crap and you still are heading up the hill.


    , AL
    Pros: Cheap, Fun, Cons: poweder riding,

    Great board if your a park rider! Not so great for all mountain! If your a jibber get one and you wont regret it!

  • "Huge amounts of fun for a small board"

    , poughkeepsie, NY
    Pros: Easy rotations, less board to slow you down in the park, Cons: tougher landing jumps, no buttering,

    Great board for having fun. Obviously not made for speed. I have only used this on small homemade jumps and rails and its great. I think I'll have to take it to the mountain at least one day but I will still bring a second, normal size board. Its worth it if you are looking for some change and have the extra cash.

  • "I got the mini"

    , AL
    Pros: easy learning, insane spins, Cons: easily broken,

    I work in the rental shop of perfect north slopes and we have a mini after taking this thing out i have fallen i love. This board allows for easy spins and high ollies.The mini is great. I would recommend this to anyone wanting to have fun snowboarding.

  • "Mini Shred Sessions!!!"

    , Lawrenceburg, IN
    Pros: Small, Flexible, and Little! Cons: Rotation Control,

    I work in the rental shop of my local mountain and we own this little shred demon. After taking it out on a couple of runs, this tiny thing felt so great! I'm considering buying one, especially for this price! If you are an experienced jibber and want to have a good couple of days f'ing around, get the MINI!

Rossignol The Mini Snowboard Tweed 121
Already Asked: 2 Questions, 5 Answers
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Kimberly B: It was te board my father was looking for Oct 19, 2013
A shopper asked: My 10 year old is wanting to snowboard, what would you recommend? Dec 26, 2013
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Randall S: Get an actual kid board. The "mini" series of boards are for adults, they have adult width and binding placement.(meaning the places where you mount your bindings are actually wider apart, kids boards would have a more narrow binding placement) I would recommend looking up a brand he/she likes and finding a board that is their size. Most ten year olds would be wanting something in the 136-148 size range depending on their height. Most brands will say kids model on their selection boards. Dec 26, 2013
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cathie B: This board is not for a ten yr old. Its design is for a bigger rider who has the skills for terrain parks. Its always a good idea to have the child sized correctly or professionally at a near by dealer before buying online. Good luck... Dec 26, 2013
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FREDERIC W: This is not a beginner board, it's an addition to an experienced quiver… and a darn fun one. This is made for adult feet, stance and weight. Check out the various options available for youth boards and your child will have more fun. Mar 13, 2014
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Nick K: Hey this is a full width snowboard for adults just short for messing around in the park... Not an actual kids board... K2 makes mini rippers an burton makes some too I think... Dec 28, 2013
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