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Rossignol  Maker:  Rossignol
 Category:  Snowboard
 Model:  Sultan
 Year:  2009

3.5 Stars Based based on
2 votes on 2023-04-22 08:01:24
Sidecut : 7,6/8,1/8,4/8,6
Style : All Mountain FS
Top sheet : High-Gloss with Window
Flex index : 6
Finishing : Factory Tuned
Snow range : Recreational
Snow shape : Directional
Base details : Swap Print/Die-Cut Combo
Sizes : 150, 155, 159, 164
Rossignol Sultan, 2009
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by Anonymous on 10.29.2006
Strengths: Very Great All around board, Perfect for jib`s go buy it if it`s your first snowboard!

by Sultan05 on 11.16.2005
Strengths: I've used this board for one year now, I find the extra 4 inch's on the tale gives you alot more control of your board. It has excellent flex for riding any type of terrain. Overall it is an awesome board and is fun for whatever style of snowboarding.
Weaknesses: This boards only weakness I find is in the freestyle section. I'm over 6 ft tall and have a 161 and this Model is wide so it makes it really hard to do spins but the 4 inchs extra on the tail really helps you hop up.

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by Anonymous on 02.18.2008
Strengths: I got a 159 Wide and it floats on powder, controls on hard packed snow. It even seems to come pre-tuned for rails and other freestyle or back country riding, it rides just as well as a Burton of other high price name brand board, with a much more affordable price.
Weaknesses: The pipe. This is not the greatest board for a half pipe. But if it was tuned for a pipe it probably could be.