This post is going to be a brief overview of all the 2020 Rossignol snowboards.
To start with I will take a look at any new boards for the 2019-20 season, and any old 2018-19 boards that aren't returning with a 2020 model.
Then I'll look at each board and put them into the categories where I see them best fitting.
New 2020 Rossignol Snowboards
The new boards for 2019-20 are:
Exiting 2019 Rossignol Snowboards
The 2019 boards that aren't returning with a 2020 model:
All 2020 Rossignol Snowboards by Category
I have categorized Rossignol's 2019-20 snowboards below. This is according to the categories here at SnowboardingProfiles.com and not necessarily the same as how Rossignol categorizes them.
Of course these are only broad categories as every board is different, but this is a rough guide.
ROSSIGNOL BEGINNER SNOWBOARDS
ROSSIGNOL PARK/FREESTYLE SNOWBOARDS
ROSSIGNOL ALL-MOUNTAIN-FREESTYLE SNOWBOARDS
ROSSIGNOL AGGRESSIVE ALL-MTN-FREESTYLE SNOWBOARDS
ROSSIGNOL ALL-MOUNTAIN SNOWBOARDS
ROSSIGNOL AGGRESSIVE ALL-MOUNTAIN SNOWBOARDS
No Rossignol boards fit this description exactly though you could use the Rossignol Angus (men's) and Rossignol Justice (women's) for this
ROSSIGNOL FREERIDE SNOWBOARDS
ROSSIGNOL POWDER & SHORT/WIDE SNOWBOARDS
ROSSIGNOL SPLIT BOARDS
ROSSIGNOL YOUTH SNOWBOARDS
So there you have the 2020 Rossignol snowboards.
Not a lot has changed - similar to the past few years for Rossi. The new Sashimi comes in, in place of the outgoing Krypto. Certainly not a straight swap by any means but the Sashimi plays that role of the easier going XV, which the Krypto also did - but the Sashimi is more different than the Krypto was - with a more Sushi-esque design - between the XV and Sushi.
That plus the addition of slightly lighter, softer and narrower versions of the Sushi LF and the new Sashimi LG, to suit lighter riders.