If you are a fan of Rossignol as a brand and are looking to buy a new snowboard under $400, check out Curated Experts' top most recommended Rossignol snowboards within this budget. Note, however, that we don't believe in "best of" lists here at Curated – everyone is different and we believe in finding the best gear for you and not generally for the masses. Be sure to chat with a Snowboard Expert here on Curated for free, personalized advice on the best snowboard for your needs.
- Rossignol Soulside Snowboard · Women's · 2023
- Rossignol District Black Snowboard · 2022
- Rossignol EXP Snowboard · 2022
- Rossignol XV Sushi Snowboard · 2022
Rossignol Soulside Snowboard · Women's · 2023
Rossignol District Black Snowboard · 2022
Softer flex (3/10 on soft to stiff scale) which is easy to control and forgiving on sketchy landings. It makes it nice and flexy on the rails. True twin so it'll ride the same either direction! Will be nice for butters too with its flex. Strong extruded base. Rocker/camber/rocker profile gives it some extra pop and stability, plus a little bit of extra float in pow!
The Rossignol District Black is a soft-flexing, playful freestyle board that rocks on blues groomers and sending it in the park. It's an easy-going, fun-oriented board. With a camber/rocker hybrid profile, this board gives you the best of both worlds, and allows you to have some fun buttering on the nose and tail while having additional float in powder if needed!
The District Black offers an affordable price for an amazing deck that is built to handle the entire mountain! Rossi cores are made with 100% sustainably harvested wood. Twin freestyle flex adds pop and balance for enhanced board control. AmpTek Auto-Turn rocker profile to help you float!
Rossignol EXP Snowboard · 2022
Rossignol's EXP Amptek Snowboard is a directional all-mountain ripper that is playful enough to butter around, but it can blast through choppy snow with authority too. Its directionality comes from a nose that is softer than its tail. Camber underfoot gives a sure footing for charging. Rockered nose and tail add float and maintain playful feel while Amptek edges bite into turns no matter how dull your edges are. Riders of any ability level will find something to like about this board.
Curated Experts don’t get paid by the manufacturer to write these reviews. All of their opinions are their own and unbiased. Want to learn more about our experts? Check out the video or view some of their profiles to learn more!Meet the Curated Experts