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Skiing excellence since 1907
Rossignol traces its origins back to the French alps in the early 1900s, and they’ve been one of the biggest players and innovators ever since. Rossignol teams have won every race there is to win, and their skiers have continued to push the boundaries of the sport in every dimension.
So what does that mean for you?
It means these skis and boots are darn good, and we know you’ll love your new pair.
What's in this guide?
We’ve broken down this Rossignol hub into 2 main parts, skis and boots. Within each section, we’ll break down our products into subcategories so you can search through specific styles. Here’s what we’ll cover:
Part 1: Rossignol Alpine Skis
Rossignol Alpine Skis
Rossignol has a great selection of planks for every kind of skier. Our most popular Rossignol styles are all mountain and carving skis, which are great for the mountains in Ontario and Quebec. But if you’re a powder hunter, a park rat, or a competitive racer, we’ve got great models for you too.
All Rossignol Skis
Women's Rossignol Skis
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Rossignol Alpine Skis By Style
All Mountain Skis
All mountain skis are our most popular style, and for good reason too. They’re crazy fun on groomers and plenty capable in the back and side country. If you want to learn more about this style, check out our all mountain ski guide or start shopping below.
If you mainly stick to the front side of the mountain here in the east, then these Rossignol carving skis, also called on-piste skis, are definitely the way to go. They’re great for making quick turns and laying trenches at speed.
For the skiers who love to make the trip out west, Rossignol’s powder skis are ideal for the deep snow and back bowls that you’ll find on the big mountains. These extra wide skis will give you the float you need to really enjoy the cold smoke.
Park & Pipe Skis
If you’re all about the park life, Rossignol’s park and pipe skis will help you improve your freestyle skills and overall confidence so you can go bigger than ever.
For competitive skiers, Rossignol’s race skis provide all the innovative tech and winning performance you need to reach your highest goals. If you’re looking for maximum speed and stability, check out all our Rossignol race skis right here.
Popular Rossignol Alpine Skis
Ski Size Chart
While the waist width of your skis will be the biggest determining factor in how they perform, finding the right ski length for your style and ability level is definitely important too.
There’s more than just height that goes into picking the right length, and if you’re not sure what size is best for you, head over to our ski size guide and find all the info you need to make your decision.
Rossignol Alpine Ski Boots
While your skis will dictate how you carve up the slopes, your ski boots will be just as important in determining how happy you are at the end of the day. A comfortable, warm, well-fitting boot will help you get the most out of your day on the mountain, and these Rossignol ski boots are super popular with our customers.
Wide Ski Boots
If you’ve got a wider foot, you’ll definitely want to take advantage of the extra comfort that these Rossignol boots will give you.
Intermediate & Expert
Intermediate to expert level ski boots is our most popular category, and almost all our customers will find a great fit here.
Walk Mode Ski Boots
Walk Mode ski boots allow the upper and lower cuffs of the boot to move separately, increasing your mobility and comfort.
Race Ski Boots
Competitive skiers will love these high-performance race boots that offer ultimate control and power transfer.
Ski Boot Size Charts
What the heck is monopoint anyway? If you’ve ever been confused about ski boot sizing, don’t worry, you’re not alone. Check out our ski boot size chart to convert your shoe size into monopoint, which is the universal boot sizing system.
Getting the right fit makes all the difference in the world and you’ll be a MUCH happier skier with the right pair of boots. If you’ve checked out our size chart and still have questions, contact one of our locations and we’ll be happy to give you some advice.