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Rossignol Reserve Snowboard - Womens

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$221.95
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Specs

Type: All Mountain
Shape: Directional
Camber: Camber
Flex: Medium
Width: Regular
Mounting Pattern: 4x4
Sidewall Type: Sidewall
Core: Wood Core ECO
Base: Extruded
Sidecut: Radial
Stance Setback: None
Ability Level: Entry Level
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: Rossignol Reserve Snowboard - Womens

Definitely the perfect ladies beginner board, the Rossignol Reserve Snowboard 148cm will turn heads on the slope. You won't be disappointed in the price or the performance. The solid wood core is built to reduce bad vibrations, and the radius sidecut makes sweeping 's' turns a breeze, easing you into the world of snowboarding. These boards will function well in crud, powder, or well groomed terrain. We like that! You can't beat the design either, definitely hot!

Key Features of Rossignol Reserve Snowboard:
  • All Terrain Style
  • Radius Sidecut
  • Wood Core ECO
  • Easy 3.3K Base
  • Factory Base Finish
  • Glossy Top Sheet

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Staff Review

  • Dave Says

    Hi, I'm Tim from Rossignol, the Midwestern snowboard rep. Today, I am talking to you guys about the Rossignol Reserve snowboard. This is basically our first price-point women's snowboard. We use a full wood core, which is kind of the industry standard here. We use a radius side-cut. It's a directional snowboard with sidewall. The claim to fame on this guy is that it is extremely easy to initiate a turn, extremely easy exit a turn. The Rossignol Reserve snowboard will take you from that beginner to intermediate in no time at all.


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great board
BEen riding this for a few seasons. This board I think is a 2012. I started to learn on this and have kept it around as I am growing into it. Its labled as a beginner, but even as an advanced intermediate, I think this board holds up well. Very easy to ride a play around with. Its kind of an inbetween freeride and freestyle. I am happy and its solid
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October 15, 2013

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Seems legit good reviews elsewhere good price.
Cherice H on Jan 3, 2014
i trust rosignol brand and it's pretty color
BETHANY C on Dec 25, 2013
beginner board, price
JANINE L on Dec 29, 2013
Price, design, and something actually in my size!
Samantha P on Dec 5, 2013
Hi, what is the profile of the board? Is it a (V-) rocker? Or Camber, or? And is it directional twin? I'm new to this and need an easy forgiving board :-)
A shopper on Dec 11, 2014
Best Answer: I'm not sure what they claim the camber to be on this board. What I do know is that it's a directional twin, and it seems to be pretty forgiving. I bought it for my daughter as a first board last year, and she's doing fine on it. She had gone once or twice a year for the previous three years, and three times last year and seems to be handling it just fine. It seems to be a board you can grow into. When she has problems on the hill, they are hers, not the board's. And on her good days she can keep up with me on my Library Tech Landvik Pro.
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Hello, sorry I'm a newbie to boarding. Is this a channel mounting board? I recently purchased the Burton stiletto bindings.
A shopper on Jan 6, 2014
Best Answer: This is not a channel board. There are two versions of the Stilettos. Are you sure you have the Stiletto EST's?

Here's the types from the burton website,

Available in two models, mount the Stiletto EST® to a Burton Channel-equipped board for ultimate flex, feel, and adjustability, or go with Re:Flex™ and ride the Stiletto’s with any board in the shop.
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