This is an overview breaking down the 2021 Rossignol snowboards lineup.
First I will take a look at any new boards for the 2020-21 season, and any old 2019-20 boards that aren't returning with a 2021 model.
Then I'll look at each board and put them into the categories where I see them fitting best.
New 2021 Rossignol Snowboards
The new boards for 2020-21 are:
Exiting 2020 Rossignol Snowboards
The 2020 boards that aren't returning with a 2021 model:
All 2021 Rossignol Snowboards by Category
I have categorized Rossignol's 2020-21 lineup below. This is according to the categories here at SnowboardingProfiles.com and not necessarily the same as how Rossignol labels 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 argue the Rossignol Revenant or XV (men's) and Rossignol After Hours (women's) could be in this category.
ROSSIGNOL FREERIDE SNOWBOARDS
ROSSIGNOL POWDER & SHORT/WIDE SNOWBOARDS
ROSSIGNOL SPLIT BOARDS
ROSSIGNOL YOUTH SNOWBOARDS
So there you have the 2021 Rossignol snowboards.
The new Revenant is, for the most part just a name change from the old Angus, and apart from getting a new size (153), the Jibsaw Elite is just a name change for the Jibsaw Heavy Duty.
But there are 3 genuinely new boards, and 1 genuine drop out. The Juggernaut and the After Hours being the new boards, with the Sashimi LG Split, begin the new split board. The Justice drops out of the line altogether.
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