The Alias model from Rossignol is a snowboard designed for children and teenagers, offering them versatility, accessibility and plenty of room to progress.
The Alias is just as good as an adult snowboard, with the same construction, simply adapted to the young morphology in terms of proportions and flex. It's an evolutionary board, which requires some technical basics but which allows you to rapidly progress!
What is the program of the Rossignol Alias snowboard?
The Alias has a twin-tip shape, typical of freestyle snowboards. Anyone looking to carryout tricks or switch can do so without problems, but, be careful, it is also very well suited to more classic practice on the piste. Its camber + rocker profile provides a secure grip on hard snow while maintaining tolerance for edge faults. It's the best way to link turns in total control on the slopes. It also passes well on the edges of the piste, allowing you to vary the pleasures on moguls and on fresh snow. In short, it is a board that enables fun and progression throughout the resort!
Who is the Rossignol Alias snowboard intended for?
A few technical basics are enough to have fun with the Rossignol Alias, which is why we recommend it to young snowboarders from intermediate to advanced levels! It will allow them to continue to progress throughout the resort and for the most daring, to learn freestyle!
What are the main qualities of the Rossignol Alias snowboard?