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A true spearhead in the innovation of winter sports equipment, the brand helped to write the first pages of modern ski inghistory by filing the Olympic ski certificate in 1941. Equipped with this revolutionary pair of skis for the time, champion Henri Oreiller will become the first Frenchman to be crowned Olympic champion. The following decades will allow the brand to establish its leading position in terms of pairs and ski boots and it will begin its international expansion.  Learn more


In 1907, the French company ROSSIGNOL was founded, specializing in the manufacture of winter sports equipment. Its creator, who is a carpenter and ski enthusiast, will design his very first model of wooden skis. The 1930s saw the practice of skiing become more widespread, notably by the arrival of new technologies to which the brand brings undeniable added value. The year 1937 marked a new turning point in the manufacturer's history as it was thanks to his Olympic 41 skis that skier Emile Allais became world champion. The popularity of the brand has only just begun. 

In 1964, the French manufacturer again scored a big blow with the release of the Strato1, its very first pair of fiberglass skis. Success is resounding at the global level. The brand continues to diversify its offer and offers ski models for different ski disciplines, and during the 1970s, the brand positioned itself in the cross-country ski market. Many athletes stand out in the biggest competitions using the brand's materials. This is particularly the case at the Calgary Olympic Games, where no less than 6 gold medallists from the 10 alpine skiing events were wearing Rossignol equipment


Always at the forefront of major developments in winter sports, the brand began the early 1990s by taking an interest in the field of fixing. For this, it will acquire the Look brand. At the same time and in a context where snowboarding is starting to become very popular, the manufacturer is beginning to offer models adapted to this discipline of sliding. Used skis, pairs and ROSSIGNOL ski boots, etc. ... The brand's catalogue is particularly extensive. 

In 2005, the Quicksilver Group completed a takeover of the brand, which was then acquired in 2013 by the Altor Equity Partners group. A true reference for millions of gliding enthusiasts, the brand has a solid base of followers around the world. Whether it's ROSSIGNOL ski boots, used skis or clothing for winter sports, this French manufacturer remains a key player in the sector and continues to offer major innovations like the release of its Sli app Pursuit which offers the possibility to record its outputs. Discover all our ROSSIGNOL ski pack for men, women and kids !