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Rossignol District Midwide Snowboard

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  • All Mountain
  • Freestyle
  • Twin
  • Camber
  • Camber
Flex: Medium
Width: Midwide
Mounting Pattern:
  • 4x4
Sidewall Type: Sidewall
Core: Wood
  • Extruded
  • 3300
  • Radial
Stance Setback: None
Recommended Use:
  • Entry Level
  • Intermediate
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: Rossignol District Midwide Snowboard

The Rossignol District Snowboard is a great board for entry level riders who want to get better! This quality product will last for as long as you want to ride. The Rossignol District Snowboard is freestyle and all mountain which gives you the freedom of snowboarding on whatever terrain you want until you figure out what you like best. The extruded wooden base also ensures extra low maintenance and very easy repairs should anything happen to your Rossignol District Snowboard.

Key Features of the Rossignol District Midwide Snowboard:
  • Extruded 3300 Factory Base
  • Single Radius (8 to 12m)
  • Twin
Length (cm) 156 161
Effective Edge (cm)
Tip Width (cm)
Tail Width (cm)
Waist Width (cm) 26.2
Sidecut (m)


Staff Review

  • Dave Says

    Here at The House talking about the Rossignol District snowboard. Basically what we are looking at here is the softer flexing, lower end, I would say intermediate park snowboard, maybe entry level park snowboard as well too. Like I said, softer flex, 1 out of 10. This is going to be rocking probably at about three status. It does have a full tip-to-tail wood core, full wrapping metal edge side wall construction, very, very durable. Rossignol I always say is some of the best bang for the buck you can possibly get in the industry.
    Typical 4x4, four-hole insert pattern. Going to be able to bang out pretty wide stance on this one for you park rats. Like I said true twin shape, good shovel on the nose and the tail, definitely going to allow you to press and be flat ground funny farm pretty stably. That's a word. I just made it up. From there, rolling into the extruded base, doesn't require much waxing. It's really easy to repair if you get like a nick from a rock or a rail.
    Other than that like I said, really good durability from the Rossignol guys, definitely at their full retail, they are a good deal, but then when these pups go on sale, they get even better. So, like I said, the Rossignol District snowboard, entry level to intermediate, all mountain freestyle, good cheap park snowboard, really durable construction.

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This thinks has some sweet retro graphics. Super stable and fun to mess with. I ride all mountain and this thing is fine with any terain or whatever you find.
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October 13, 2013

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I have size twelve boots, would my boots or bindings drag while riding this snowboard?
jacob k on Dec 12, 2013
Best Answer: Hello Jake,

If you're riding the Rossignol District Snowboard flat base, no you would not have heel or toe drag, but the second you put the District on an edge you'll probably fall on your face.

Being that you have size 12 boots, it would be best to get a wide board (waist width of 25.8 or wider). Check out all of the wide Rossignol Snowboards HERE:
Reply · Report · Matt GStaff on Dec 13, 2013
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I have a size twelve boot, would my boots and bindings fit on this snowboard without dragging?
A shopper on Dec 12, 2013
Best Answer: With a size 12 boot you'd be better on riding a wide board. How much do you weigh, and what type of terrain do you like to ride?
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What is the exact measurement of the width? This board is mid-wide but I am a size 8.5 regular.
Nick D on Mar 21, 2014
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