Rossignol Ski Company
With over a century of snow experience, Rossignol has been able to prove themselves as one of the top companies on the mountain. Abel Rossignol, a skilled carpenter, started Rossignol in 1907 when he applied his carpentry expertise to craft skis from solid wood. Rossignol made these quality wooden skis for years, until the company was sold in 1956. After being sold, Rossignol had a large burst in attention whenever Jean Vuarnet won the downhill in a pair of Rossignol's Allais 60 skis; following this event, these metal skis were in high-demand by skiers on nearly every mountain out there. That was until things changed in 1964 whenever Rossignol released its first fiberglass skis. In the 70s, Rossignol entered the Nordic ski market and became the largest ski manufacturer in the world. For the next several decades, Rossignol continued to expand in popularity and available products, and now you turn to them whether you're in need of a new snowboard, Nordic or Alpine skis, or just some outerwear to wrap it all together and enjoy your time in the snow.