Rossignol Snowboards & Bindings 2009-2010

31 Mar, 2009

Rossignol snowboards has been through quite the adventure over the past couple years, sale of the company multiple times but still keeping with the constant team and brand favorites that make Rossignol snowboards what it is.

New this year is Rossignol’s Amptek, their reverse camber for Rossignol snowboards.  It is featured on the brand new Angus, a directional twin for all mountain riding and the Jeremy Jones Mag, meant for powder and big mountain riding.  They also worked to revamp and update the bindings.
My friend Chad showed me the line so some of the photos he really is modeling for the camera with the snowboard.

Rossignol Jeremy Jones Mag

Shape: Directional
Sizes: 159, 163, 167, 164MW, 168MW
Sidecut: Progressive MagneTraction

1% of the Jones board sales goes to the POW Foundation.

Rossignol Myth Women’s
Shape:  True Twin
Sizes:  139, 144, 149, 154cm
Sidecut:  Deep Progressive
L-R:  Rossignol Reserve, RPM MW, RPM, Myth, Harmony
Rossignol Zena Women’s

Shape: Directional
Sizes: 137, 142, 147, 152, 156cm
Sidecut: Progressive

Rossignol Zena bindings
Rossignol Hellraiser
Style: True Twin
Sizes: 138, 140, 142cm
Sidecut: Single

The Hellraiser is new but looks like it takes the place of the mini

Hellraiser Base
Rossignol Decoy Base and Cuda bindings
L-R: Rossignol Jeremy Jones, Jdub Mag, Decoy, One Mag
L-R: Rossignol Decoy, One Mag, Scope, Angus, Retox, Justice, Diva Mag
Rossignol Justice Base and Diva Mag Base
Rossignol Retox Base
Rossignol Angus Base
Rossignol One Mag Base
Rossignol Cuda bindings
Catalog Descriptions

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  1. battelmt
    April 01, 2009

    in the pic of the catalog the rocker in the tip and tail look very extreme like signals. is that really how it is???

  2. Anonymous
    April 01, 2009

    the Jones Mag with Rocker looks delicious. I can feel a shred off next fall between the Rossi Jones and the Lib Tech Mullet.

  3. July 29, 2009

    Battelmt, the rocker does look similar to the signal rocker but it didn’t feel that extreme when I rode the angus. I think that picture makes it look more pronounced than it really is.

    Anonymous, definitely jones I expect would be pretty picky when it comes to the rocker for his board and making it very pow specific.