|Type:||Freeride, All Mountain|
|Core:||Wood Core 6420|
|Ability Level:||Entry Level|
|Manufacturer Warranty:||1 Year|
Description: Rossignol Sultan Snowboard - Boys
The Rossignol Sultan snowboard is an ideal option for someone looking for a great board to learn and grow on. It is made with a full wood core that gives you just the right amount of pop while keeping your board durable. The extruded base also adds to the durability to give you a low-maintenance board that can pick up some speed. The Sultan features a radial sidecut that helps make turning easy so you can carve on the groomers and feel comfortable on a bit of ice. Overall, this is a good board for beginners that is also capable of satiating the needs of more advanced riders.
- Easy 3.3K Extruded Base - For Super Easy Maintenance
- High Gloss Varnish - Classic, Super Durable, and Damn Good Looking
- Radius Sidecut - Smooth and Predictable Sidecut Style Allows for Impeccably Smooth Turn Insulation and Exit and Reasuring Behavior
- Wood Core 6420
This is Here at The House. I’m going to talk about the Rossignol Sultan Snowboard. It is a really, really good bang for the buck on this snowboard.
Basically it can be ridden by anybody from entry level to an advanced rider. It’s got a really durable construction, sidewall, full wrap, and full wood core. It’s got a slightly directional stance to it. I mean you got a little bit more nose than tail, so it’s all over the mountain. Other than that, you can ride it twinned out. It has quite a few stance options, so you can ride twinned out to the park or bring it back for powder conditions. They have got a really, really nice die-cut and sublimated base. And it’s going to be the extruded base too, so definitely, definitely fast. It would require waxing about probably every 3 to 5 times out.
Other than that, it is just great bang for the buck which is what the Rossignols are known for. We don’t see many come back on warranty. It is a really, really good snowboard to check out for pretty much 90% of the riders out there. TheRossignol Sultan Snowboard.
Traditional camber offers a trendous amount of pop and quick edge to edge transitions. The Flying V is a great mix of both camber and rocker. Rocker is in between the feet and on the nose/tail make the board feel playful while jibbing on rails and boxes and the camber under each foot still gives a lively pop.
Other than that the boards are pretty similar with biax fiberglass, full wood core, and an extruded base - both companies feature slight variations of each of those key technology features.