Rossignol skis - expertise since 1907
When the summer comes to an end, some people may be sad. But this is exactly the time for Rossignol Ski and all winter sports fans. With the departure of the warm season, winter finally arrives and with it the ski season. The thought of an early gondola ride up the mountain and the sun just rising. Pristine pistes or even powder snow and two Rossignol skis underfoot - all this creates pure anticipation. Even over a hundred years ago, after all, the history of Rossignol skis goes back that long. Founder Abel Rossignol produced his first wooden skis in 1907 and became increasingly well-known beyond France's borders. Above all through Emile Allais and in the context of the 1936 Olympic Games, where he won a medal.
Subsequently, he was even the first Frenchman ever to triumph at the Alpine Skiing World Championships. In the 1970s, skiing finally experienced an enormous upswing, in which Rossignol skis also played a significant role. In 1976, the company already broke the mark of more than one million skis sold. In the late 1980s, in addition to the production of premium skis, high-quality snowboards and the matching Rossignol ski boots were added. In the meantime, the French company offers a wide range of Rossignol skis for beginners, ambitious experts and professionals, as well as ski boots for men and women. They all have one thing in common: a high level of safety and quality.
What are the advantages of Rossignol skis?
Throughout their long history, Rossignol skis have always managed to remain among the absolute top products in winter sports. Rightly so, after all, the French attach great importance to meeting even the highest demands. With success: it is not for nothing that Rossignol can count the biggest stars of winter sports among its representatives. Katharina Liensberger and Petra Vlhova, for example, are on Rossignol skis, as is biathlon world champion Dorothea Wierer. But don't worry, amateur skiers are also well equipped in our Rossignol Ski Shop. No matter whether you are on the cross-country track, racing down slopes or are a freeride fan - Rossignol skis always shine with the best possible workmanship. They offer you high performance in all types of terrain.
Many Rossignol ski models are also characterised by the fact that you can use them as all-rounders. After all, only the latest technologies and materials are used in Rossignol skis and flexibility is part of the Frenchman's self-image. The popular and completely renewed Sky7 HD model, for example, is the ultimate touring ski with free-touring performance. This Rossignol ski is convincing in terms of quality, both on the piste in the ski area and on ski tours. The Carbon Alloy technology is responsible for a pleasant mix of lightness and stability. It delivers good lift and edge pressure - no matter what conditions and terrain you are skiing in.
What are the specific characteristics of Rossignol ski boots?
It all started with Rossignol skis. One day, however, the brand consequently also produced the obligatory counterpart. Similar to the skis, Rossignol ski boots cover the entire spectrum from leisure to competition. The Rossignol Hero World Cup 110 model, for example, was developed especially for competition. The ski boot is characterised by optimal control, competition and on-trail performance. Thanks to its 100 mm last width, the Hero World Cup 100 from Rossignol Ski is particularly suitable for technical skiers: As soon as you put it on, you feel as if your leg is melting into the ski boot. This in turn ensures maximum control and precision on the piste.
The Alltrack Pro, on the other hand, as the name suggests, impresses with its flexibility on piste and in powder. The special shell of this boot ensures lightness and comfort, even when touring. In addition, there is an individually adjustable Thinsulate inner boot made of heat-insulating fleece. This protects your feet from the cold on the one hand and transports moisture away from them on the other. The award-winning Rossignol Pure Pro 80 ski boot combines power and precision. This model can be comfortably adjusted thanks to its adjustable flex and is particularly light, so that you get maximum power transfer to the ski. The merino wool lined liners generate natural warmth, are quick-drying and allow for excellent temperature regulation.
Rossignol ski boots at a glance
As already explained in the previous chapter, Rossignol Ski has several ski boots for men and women and different needs in its range. Here you can find an overview.
- Rossignol Hero World Cup: This ski boot is designed for ambitious competitors. Its shell made of two materials offers dynamic rebound and flex and is therefore especially designed for technical skiing.
- Rossignol Pure Pro: This model focuses on performance in the snow, cold feet are a thing of the past with the Pure Pro. The inner boot is equipped with a merino wool lining and - in the case of the Pure Pro Heat piste boot - even with integrated heating technology that you can control via your smartphone. Nothing stands in the way of a pleasant day of skiing.
- Rossignol Alltrack: The all-rounder from Rossignol skis that are suitable for the entire mountain. With the detachable cuff, you have freedom of movement when touring and can also rely on optimal control and comfort when skiing on the slopes.
The Rossignol Ski Shop at Keller Sports
The next winter holiday is just around the corner and you are still looking for the right ski or ski boot? No problem - in the Rossignol Ski Shop at Keller Sports you will find the right model that is best suited to your needs. We will explain the advantages of all Rossignol skis to you in detail and you can order your suitable model or Rossignol ski boot with just a few clicks.
Afterwards, everything is conveniently delivered to your home and nothing stands in the way of safe and comfortable fun on the slopes. You can also benefit from our regular Rossignol ski offers, which we keep you up to date about in our newsletter. By the way, you can also combine all our offers with our popular premium discount.