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  • 04 - Snowboard - Snowboard District ROSSIGNOL
  • 04 - Snowboard - Snowboard District ROSSIGNOL
  • 04 - Snowboard - Snowboard District ROSSIGNOL
  • 04 - Snowboard - Snowboard District ROSSIGNOL
  • 04 - Snowboard - Snowboard District ROSSIGNOL
  • 04 - Snowboard - Snowboard District ROSSIGNOL
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04 - Snowboard

ROSSIGNOL Men's freestyle & All mountain snowboard, District

DISTRICT is a freestyle board for learning and progressing. It’s for all beginners who wish to progress while playing. Supple torsion between feet for great tolerance to edge errors and great manageability. Twin Tip = symmetrical board with central bindings for ease of use in both directions.

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Technical information

Front width 306 mm / Centre 262 mm / Back 306 mm (Size 156W cm).
Radius 7.5 m.
Effective edge 1190 mm.
No. of inserts: 8 + 8 (3 possible positions per binding/40 mm between each).
Recommended stance: 540 mm.

What's the right size District for me?

For Freestyle use, you can take a short board: 20 to 25 cm drop (e.g. if you are 1.74 m tall, choose a board between 154 and 149 cm long).
A smaller board makes rotations and tricks easier. A bigger board will be more stable at high speed and when landing jumps.


Perfectly adapted to on-piste, the District also lets you play in the snowpark. The Amptek Auto-Turn camber from Rossignol, associated with a Twin Tip shape and a supple flex, makes for a very accessible board. An intermediate snowboarder can have lots of fun on the piste edges, forests at the sides of the piste, or in parks. And like all freestyle boards, it remains very versatile on and off-piste.

Twin Tip snowboard

The shape of the snowboard is Twin Tip: the board's sidecuts are completely symmetrical between front and rear, providing perfect symmetry and centring of the board's features for riding in both directions in the same way. The Twin Tip shape also provides total balance when turning on the ground or in the air.

Cambre Ampteck Auto-Turn Rossignol

The Cambre Rossignol Amptek Auto-Turn has a reverse camber with a small standard camber between the two bindings to provide grip. 20% standard camber and 80% rocker. Suitable for beginner and intermediate snowboarders. Very good traction on hard snow with this kind of reverse camber (or double rocker) which provides buoyancy in powder snow and makes it easy to turn and has good manoeuvrability.

Soft and forgiving flex

Flex is the stiffness of the board between the front and back. That is the District is approximately 2/5, making it supple and tolerant. This is a very even type of flex from the front shovel (nose) to the rear shovel (tail), which behaves very reliably and predictably in turns. However, at high speed or on a very frozen snow, this board cannot hold a carved turn. It side-slips and automatically slows down.

Soft and forgiving torsion

The torsional stiffness, i.e. stiffness of the board on twisting, is about 2/5. This makes the board easy to handle, turn and forgiving of edge mistakes. A soft torsional stiffness gives a little freedom between the feet. By exaggerating, it can be said that the front foot can be tilted heel-to-toe, and the rear toe-to-heel. It is forgiving of edge mistakes which is important for a beginner. The soft torsional stiffness is also suitable for freestyle-jib use.

0 mm setback

The setback is when the contact points of the board on the snow are not symmetrical in relation to the centre of the board but shifted towards the rear. The bindings are also set back towards the rear by the same distance. 0 mm: no setback, these are fully centred Twin Tip boards, not only for riding in both directions, but also for better balance during rotations in the air and on slopes.

recommended bindings

For beginners, the Snb 100 binding will work very well.
For more advanced freestyle use, the Endzone 500 binding will work better: it will provide more support and cushioning.

Glide quality: extruded sole

The bases are made of polyethylene using 2 different technical processes: - extruded base with a certain density of polyethylene - sintered base with a higher density polyethylene (fewer holes, more PE) An extruded base provides normal glide performance and is hardwearing over time.

When should you wax your snowboard?

The Decathlon snowboards are supplied already waxed. They then require regular maintenance: ideally waxing every 5 outings and at least once a year: - at the beginning of the season to start with a very good glide - at the end of the season so that the wax protects the sole all summer long

What is the Wide in snowboarding?

A "Wide" board is a board which is wider than normal to prevent "big" feet from touching the snow when turning at a steep angle, causing you to fall.
From size 9½, it is advisable to take a "Wide" board.
""Wide"" measures the width of the board at the centre. At Decathlon, we define as follows:
- up to 250mm: normal board
- 251 mm to 259 mm: Mid Wide
- from 260 mm: Wide

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Stock advice Dry edges at the end of the day to prevent rust. Ideally, wax every 5 outings. Storing for the summer: keep away from sunlight, you can leave your bindings on the board.
Legal notice This product is designed for snowboarding. You may exceed the technical capacities of this product if you use it for any other purpose. We strongly recommend wearing a helmet, back protector and protective shorts to enjoy your sport to the full.


Guarantee : 2 Years


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