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Rossignol Sultan Snowboard 150

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  • Freeride
  • All Mountain
  • Directional Twin
  • Camber
  • Camber
Flex: Medium
Width: Regular
Mounting Pattern:
  • 4x4
Sidewall Type: Sidewall
Core: Wood 6420
  • Extruded
  • Radial
Stance Setback: None
Recommended Use:
  • Entry Level
  • Intermediate
  • Advanced
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: Rossignol Sultan Snowboard 150

The Rossignol Sultan is one of their perennially most popular men''s boards. This is a directional board, an all mountain design, built for the entry level to intermediate snowboarder who wants a freeride board that''s both reliable and rugged. The Sultan''s core is 6420 cross-weave fiberglass on a vertically laminated wood core for ruggedness and a traditional ride that''s smooth and easy. The single sidecut gives control that''s easy to learn and consistent no matter where action is applied. The base is ready to go from the factory and designed to avoid frequent waxings. You can''t go wrong with the Sultan.

Key Features of The Rossignol Sultan 150cm Snowboard:Style
  • All Mountain: The nose is 1 to 6cm longer than the tail and the inserts are located 2cms toward the back. Definitely a directional board but still versatile
  • Waist
  • 244 to 262mm
  • Sidecut
  • Single: A constant sidecut radius all along the running length for an easy turn initiation and exit and a consistent performance on edge
  • Core
  • Wood 6420: Heavy duty 6420 cross weave fiberglass wrapped around a vertically laminated wood core to give you durability and comfort
  • Base Density
  • 3.3: A lower density factory extruded base: Fast and easy to tune. Does not require frequent waxings and you can spend more time riding
  • Base Finishing
  • Factory Finish: The base is sanded with a single way belt for a low friction rate and excellent durability
  • Base Detailing
  • Printed
  • Top Sheet
  • Glossy
  • Range
  • Intermediate to Advance Riders
  • Dimensions
    Length (cm)
    Effective Edge (cm) 113.00
    Tip Width (cm) 28.68
    Tail Width (cm) 28.53
    Waist Width (cm) 24.40
    Sidecut (m) 7.6


    Staff Review

    • Dave Says

      Here at The House talking about one of our best sellers, the Rossignol Sultan snowboard. Kind of like a lot of the Rossignols I have been mentioning here lately, you are looking at an entry level to intermediate all mountain snowboard. It has really solid construction. At the lower price point that this one is at, this one is really going to be one of your best bets for durability.
      Rossignol really just keeps their prices down by producing so many skis and snowboards worldwide. There stuff comes in at a really good value, even at full retail. But then we get a super hook on it and pass the savings on to you. What you are looking at is a directional all mountain snowboard, little bit longer nose and tail. Single radius sidecut. Mellow. Predictable. The sidewall construction is going to hold an edge really good on icy hard-packed terrain and hold up better if you are going through the park. The base on this one, you are going to be looking at an extruded silk screen base, or subliminated base. That is about a 3,000 grade P-Tex, so it is pretty fast, easy to maintain, easy to repair if something happens to it.
      Yeah. Anybody entry level to intermediate, if you are looking for a good cruiser, the Rossignol Sultan snowboard is a good one to check out.

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    • "Stiff Ride"

      , Salt Lake City, UT
      Pros: Stable at high speeds, Poppy, Cons: STIFF,

      I learned to snowboard on this board. It's a very stiff directional. The board was too big for me, but once I learned to handle it, it did very well on the icy hills of the midwest. If you're looking for an inexpensive board with lots of pop, that can carve hard on icy groomers and chop, you'll have fun with the Sultan.

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    great price for a great board
    Roger P on Sep 12, 2013