Rossignol District Review

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2011 Rossignol District Snowboard

This is a freestyle Rossignol snowboard called the District. This board comes in midwide options, and it is for the recreational to intermediate rider. It has a true twin shape, meaning that the nose and the tail are going to be the exact same width and length, and the stance is going to be centered, of course. There’s a single sidecut radius for smooth exit and smooth entrance in and out of turns. It does have a medium flex. The tail and the nose are going to have a flex rating of about a 7, the mid section is going to be a little bit softer with a 5. There is a tip to tail wood core called a 5620, and the base is an extruded 3300 base. This graphic is silk-screened underneath the extruded base. It’s going to stay fast all season long. It’s going to be very durable all season long. That’s right. This is the Rossignol District freestyle snowboard, for beginner to intermediate riders.



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