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Rossignol Sultan Midwide Snowboard

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Specs

Type: All Mountain, Freeride
Shape: Directional Twin
Camber: Camber
Flex: Medium
Width: Regular
Mounting Pattern: 4x4
Sidewall Type: Sidewall
Core: Wood Core 6420
Base: Extruded
Sidecut: Radial
Stance Setback: None
Ability Level: Entry Level, Intermediate
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: Rossignol Sultan Midwide Snowboard

The Rossignol Sultan Midwide Snowboard is an amazing blend of style and performance, with a classic look but amazing technology to complete the package. The Easy 3.3k extruded base combines lasting durability, easy maintenance, and solid speed all into one package. On top of this, the all-wood 6420 core is flexible and responsive, but still plenty durable and powerful. Altogether, the Sultan Midwide performs well in freeride and all-mountain environments and is the perfect solution for any entry level or intermediate rider.

Key Features of Rossignol Sultan Midwide Snowboard:
  • 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

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Staff Review

  • Dave Says

    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.


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Reactive and fun.
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December 14, 2014
Purchased
1 month ago
Love it
Great Value. It held up very well through its first season, and rides very comfortably. There are certainly better boards out there if you're willing to pay, but for the price, this one can't be beat. Can't wait to get it back out!

I was pleasantly surprised by the graphics. There is a gorgeous design in the black areas on the top that you can't see in the pictures.
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November 7, 2014
Purchased
11 months ago
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Advanced
Rossignol Sultan
Great board haven't had any problems with it. There is also a cool design that you can't really see in the pictures. Definitely worth getting.
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November 6, 2014
Purchased
11 months ago
Nice edge
Solid board for the price. Low cost, but you get something that holds up to dings, fast base, and good edge hold. It is pretty east to learn on because you are stable and can start turns well. It doesnt have the magna traction that the more expensive boards have, but it holds the edge well. Great air on this if you are into kickers
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October 14, 2013
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Excellent read, I just passedthis onto a friend who was doing some research on that. And he actually used it for a paper
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February 19, 2012
Real review
I do not know about this other review, but I can say this board rocks for the price. No really for the park, more of a freeride and freestyle board. Handles hard pack and powder well. BAse is plenty fast and the edge holds well
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October 14, 2013

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I have seen really good reviews. Even as an intermediate snowboarded, I only go about twice a year, and am not the aggressive type. I like to take my time down the mountain. I went with camber because on the east coast, US, most conditions are hard packed / icy, which rocker is not good for...IMO. This looks like it is well made, and durable, and not breaking the bank. Hopefully it does this trick!
laura t on Jan 23, 2014
Brand name value at a great price
Bryan L on Jan 13, 2014
Good board at a good price
Barrett T on Jan 23, 2014
Good brand at a great price, right length and a midwide.
Bryan D on Jan 8, 2014
I have a size 11 boot. The waist width dimensions for standard and MW are not listed. What are they for the 160cm board, and which would I be better off with?
joe h on Jan 24, 2014
Best Answer: Hey Joe,

You don't need to worry about going to a wide until you have a size 12 or larger, just go with the regular width.
Reply · Report · Chad SStaff on Nov 17, 2014
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I have a size 10.5 boot. What would be better for width, the Regular or Midwide 160cm?
Anup R on Feb 17, 2014
Best Answer: At that size boot, you should be fine with the regular. A lot depends on your foot angle. But if you are worried ablout hangover, i would go with the midwide. The difference between the 2 would be about 10mm. That little difference wouldn't affect the performance. I have a size 13 on the midwide with no issues. But my stance is angled a bit.
Reply · Report · Mitchell P on Nov 13, 2014
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Hi Matt,
With regards to your answer to the above question, I'm not seeing any sizing of the board in the descriptions, therefore is a standard, or the midwide recommended?

Thanks!
Beth S.
beth s on Dec 9, 2013
Best Answer: Hi Beth,

The 155cm Rossignol Sultan MIDWIDE Snowboard has a wasit width of 26.3525cm.
Reply · Report · Matt GStaff on Dec 10, 2013
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would bindings size (9-14) mens hang over the board and cause drag?
A shopper on Jan 17, 2014
Best Answer: I am pretty sure I have the same size bindings, I wear a size 10.5 boot and my bindings are also from Rossignol. I don't have a problem with my boots or bindings dragging in the snow, but the way I have it all adjusted on my board it is close. I would be worried if my foot size was 12 or something.
Reply · Report · Tyler P on Jan 20, 2014
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Your sizing chart states that a size 10 boot can accommodate a regular or a midwide board. Which do you choose??? Thank you!
beth s on Dec 7, 2013
Best Answer: Which one you choose, however, should all depend on your preferences. As far as I'm aware of, a midwide board is designed to accommodate larger boot sizes.(eg; 11-13) Personally, I've never had problems with any boot on a regular board. The difference in rides, as far as I can tell, would be a slightly larger amount of effort to turn it than a regular board. It's not enough to make that much of a difference in your ride, whichever size you choose.(Regular, midsize) Hope this helps people out.
Reply · Report · Snowboard on Jan 31, 2014
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Does this board ship to Canada?
Arens on Nov 27, 2014
Best Answer: Diego,
Unfortunately not. We cannot ship Rossignol's products outside of the U.S. Take a look at our Canadian Shipping Page for more info: http://www.the-house.com/helpdesk/shipping-information/canadian-shipping/
Reply · Report · Tim CStaff on Nov 28, 2014
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how much does the board weigh?
A shopper on Aug 28, 2014
Best Answer: Rossignol lists this version of the Sultan 155cm Snowboard at 6.5 pounds.
Reply · Report · Tim CStaff on Aug 29, 2014
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Are there two versions of this board? A Midwide and a standard width? I have a 8.5 boot and am wondering if this board will accommodate that. Thanks!
Mike M on Jan 14, 2014
Best Answer: Hi Mike,

You're size 8.5 boots would work best on this Rossignol Sultan Snowboard.
Reply · Report · Matt GStaff on Jan 14, 2014
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