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Rossignol Contrast Snowboard

Rossignol Contrast Snowboard
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Description: Rossignol Contrast Snowboard

The Rossignol Contrast Snowboard is exactly what you need to help you get started on the slopes. Perfect for beginners and people looking to hone their skills, it features sidewall and an extruded base to give the rider more control and a way to easily grip the board. Radial sidecuts have been installed which makes it much easier to turn and control as well. The Rossignol is suited for everyone, whether you're trying to improve their snowboarding skills or a seasoned vet.

Key Features of Rossignol Contrast Snowboard:
  • ECO Board
  • Radial Sidecut
  • Single Radius
  • Directional Board Shape
  • Waist Width: 145: 24.5cm, 150: 24.7cm, 155: 24.9cm


Staff Review

  • Dave Says

    Tim from Rossignol, the Midwestern rep, talking today about the Rossignol Contrast snowboard. The Contrast is a snowboard in our line kind of built to take that entry level rider and get him up to that advanced intermediate stage quickly. It's a really, really easy snowboard to ride. What we do here, technology wise, we will use a 3.3K base on this guy for easy glide, easy maintenance. We use a 56:20 wood core, which is a really solid good feeling wood core. We use a radius sidecut, easier to initiate exit turns. We also use a vertical sidewall to maximize your edge hold. The Rossignol Contrast snowboard comes regular and wide.

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The video claims that this boards shape is directional but this website says it's twin. i'm so confused.
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November 25, 2012
Rossignol Constrast a great beginner - intermediate board
LIked it so much I bought a second one. Can't get a better bang for the buck. I paired it with Sapient Stash bindings.
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March 5, 2015
Lacey, WA, US
Age: 45-64
1 year ago
Loved this board as my first. Super easy to ride and learn on. I am still riding it and will keep it for a few more seasons before I upgrade. My bro and I have swapped out boards and he prefers this over his burton.
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October 13, 2013

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I'm new but learning quick. Was recommended to get a Rossignol board and I couldn't pass up the deal
Dylan M on Jan 24, 2016
I like Rossignol boards. I am an intermediate rider, groomers and some powder runs. I currently own a Rossignol Contrast, but needed a second deck. There was insufficient difference between the Contrast and the Sultan boards to warrant the additional70, so I ordered a second Contrast since I am happy with my first one.
Bruce D on Feb 2, 2015
good price and decent reviews
Jonathan J on Oct 8, 2015
Package was a good price and gave good information about the performance of the board. Had to learn as I went with buying gear.
Jason H on Feb 5, 2014
what is the waist in the 155cm?
Liz K on Jan 4, 2014
Best Answer: The 155 Rossignol Contrast Snowboard has a waist width of 24.9cm.
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I'm 5'9" what size board should I get male?
A shopper on Dec 18, 2015
Best Answer: I bought 2 boards for my kids last year and they are 5'9" and approximately 5'10". I purchased a 150 and a 153 and both work great for the boys. Either size would work.
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My son wears a size 9.5-10 mens shoe size. He is 124 pounds and 5' 4" - age 12. He is a beginner who takes risks. Would this be a good board, and would the shoe size match the 150 board?

i have no clue about any of this!! Thanks.
susan c on Dec 9, 2015
Best Answer: I bought this board for myself last season. I wear 9.5 boot and weigh 170. I think it would be an ok board for a beginner but he would likely be wanting to change it out next season. Most young kids prefer short boards for jumping and tricks. This is more of a easy rider, carving on the groomed kind of board. I am 50 years old an have been snow boarding for 20 years, not a big risk taker anymore.
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I am between this board and the rossignol contrast. I ride on the east coast in the poconos and vermont. I ride everything on the mountain, but do more steep groomers and powder tree runs compared to riding in the park which I only do every once in a while. Which board should I get?
Stephen S on Nov 30, 2015
Best Answer: Hi Stephen,

You mentioned that you're between this board (this product page in the Rossignol Contrast) and the Rossignol Contrast; which makes it really easy to pick which on your should get. I'd suggest getting the Rossignol Contrast.
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Will a size 11 sapient boot fit on the 155cm, or should I get a wide board?
A shopper on Oct 29, 2015
Best Answer: A size 11 should fit, but if you are looking for a little more stability, i would go with a wider board.
Reply · Report · DanaScullyStaff on Oct 30, 2015
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What is the waist one the 150cm? would a size 10 boot fit?
A shopper on Jan 16, 2015
Best Answer: Hey it will be close. The 150cm version of this board has a waist of 24.7cm. I think it will be just a bit narrow
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