SIZING CHART

rossignol size chart

 

CLOTHING

MEN'S TOPS & BOTTOMS

HOW TO TAKE YOUR MEASUREMENTS

Rossignol size chart

1 CHEST Measure around the widest part of your chest.
2 WAIST Place the measuring tape loosely around your waist.
3 HIP Measure around the widest part of your glutes.

MEN'S TOP

SIZES CHEST (cm) WAIST (cm) CHEST (in) WAIST (in)
XS 87 - 91 74 - 78 34.25 - 35.75 29 - 30.75
S 92 - 96 79 - 83 36.25 - 37.75 31 - 32.75
M 97 - 101 84 - 88 38.25 - 39.75 33 - 34.75
L 102 - 106 89 - 93 40.25 - 41.75 35 - 36.75
XL 107 - 111 94 - 98 42.25 - 43.75 37 - 38.75
2XL 112 - 116 99 - 103 44.25 - 45.75 39 - 40.75
3XL 117 - 122 104 - 109 46.25 - 48 41 - 43
4XL 123 - 128 110 - 115 48.5 - 50.5 43.25 - 45.25

MEN'S BOTTOM

SIZES WAIST (cm) HIP (cm) WAIST (in) HIP (in)
XS 74 - 78 85 - 89 29 - 30.75 33.5 - 35
S 79 - 83 90 - 94 31 - 32.75 35.5 - 37
M 84 - 88 95 - 99 33 - 34.75 37.5 - 39
L 89 - 93 100 - 104 35 - 36.75 39.5 - 41
XL 94 - 98 105 - 109 37 - 38.75 41.5 - 43
2XL 99 - 103 110 - 114 39 - 40.75 43.5 - 45
3XL 104 - 109 115 - 120 41 - 43 45.25 - 47.25
4XL 110 - 115 121 - 126 43.25 - 45.25 47.75 - 49.5

CLOTHING

MEN'S SHOES

EUR UK US Foot lenght (mm) Foot lenght (in)
40 6.5 7.5 255 10,04
41 7 8 260 10,24
41.5 7.5 8.5 265 10,43
42 8 9 270 10,63
42.5 8.5 9.5 275 10,83
43 9 10 280 11,02
44 9.5 10.5 285 11,22
44.5 10 11 290 11,42
45 10.5 11.5 295 11,61
46 11 12 300 11,81
46.5 11.5 12.5 305 12,01
47 12 13 310 12,20
Rossignol size chart Take your foot measurements, then choose the appropriate shoe size:

1. Put a sheet of paper on the floor against a wall.
2. Wear the socks you would normally wear in your shoes.
3. Stand on the sheet so that your back is flat against a wall (foot perpendicular to the wall) with your heels glued to the wall.
4. Draw a marker in front of your big toe (the furthest forward of your foot).
5.  Measure the length between the edge of the sheet and the marker drawn. It is recommended to do this for both the left and right foot and to take into consideration the longer length.
6. To know your shoe size, take a ruler and measure the distance between the wall and the mark you have drawn. Then simply enter it in the corresponding cell in the "foot length" column.

 

UNISEX SHOES

EUR UK US Foot lenght (mm) Foot lenght (in)
35 3 5W 220 8,66
37 4 6W 230 9,06
38 5 7W 240 9,45
39 6 8W 250 9,84
40 6.5 8.5W 255 10,04
41 7 8 260 10,24
41.5 7.5 8.5 265 10,43
42 8 9 270 10,63
42.5 8.5 9.5 275 10,83
43 9 10 280 11,02
44 9.5 10.5 285 11,22
44.5 10 11 290 11,42
45 10.5 11.5 295 11,61
46 11 12 300 11,81
46.5 11.5 12.5 305 12,01
47 12 13 310 12,20
Rossignol size chart Take your foot measurements, then choose the appropriate shoe size:

1. Put a sheet of paper on the floor against a wall.
2. Wear the socks you would normally wear in your shoes.
3. Stand on the sheet so that your back is flat against a wall (foot perpendicular to the wall) with your heels glued to the wall.
4. Draw a marker in front of your big toe (the furthest forward of your foot).
5.  Measure the length between the edge of the sheet and the marker drawn. It is recommended to do this for both the left and right foot and to take into consideration the longer length.
6. To know your shoe size, take a ruler and measure the distance between the wall and the mark you have drawn. Then simply enter it in the corresponding cell in the "foot length" column.

CLOTHING

MEN'S SOCKS

SIZES EU size US size
XXS 30 - 32 1 - 2
XS 33 - 35 2.5 - 4.5
S 36 - 38 5 - 6.5
M 39 - 41 7 - 8.5
L 42 - 44 9 - 10.5
XL 45 - 47 11 - 12.5
Rossignol size chart SOCKS
Choose the right size socks based on your shoe size.

CLOTHING

MEN'S GLOVES

SIZES PALM CIRCUMFERENCE (cm) PALM CIRCUMFERENCE (in)
S 16,5 - 19 6,5 - 7,5
M 19 - 21,5 7,5 - 8,5
L 21,5 - 24 8,5 - 9,5
XL 24 - 27 9,5 - 10,5
XXL 27 - 28,5 10,5 - 11,5
Rossignol size chart PALM CIRCUMFERENCE
Measure the circumference of your hand around the widest part of your palm. Exclude measuring around your thumb.

CLOTHING

WOMEN'S TOPS & BOTTOMS

HOW TO TAKE YOUR MEASUREMENTS

Rossignol size chart

1 CHEST Measure around the widest part of your chest.
2 WAIST Place the measuring tape loosely around your waist.
3 HIP Measure around the widest part of your glutes.

WOMEN'S TOP

SIZES US SIZES CHEST (cm) WAIST (cm) CHEST (in) WAIST (in)
2XS   77 - 80 63 - 66 30.25 - 31.5 24.75 - 26
XS 2 81 - 84 67 - 70 32 - 33 26.5 - 27.5
S 4 85 - 88 71 - 74 33.5 - 34.75 28 - 29
M 6 89 - 92 75 - 78 35 - 36.25 29.5 - 30.5
L 8 - 10 93 - 97 79 - 83 36.5 - 38.25 31 - 32.75
XL 12 98 - 102 84 - 88 38.5 - 40.25 33 - 34.75
2XL 14 - 16 103 - 107 89 - 93 40.5 - 42.25 35 - 36.75
3XL 18 108 - 112 94 - 98 42.5 - 44.25 37 - 38.75

WOMEN'S BOTTOM

SIZES US SIZES WAIST (cm) HIP (cm) WAIST (in) HIP (in)
2XS   63 - 66 85 - 88 24.75 - 26 33.5 - 34.75
XS 2 67 - 70 89 - 92 26.5 - 27.5 35 - 36.25
S 4 71 - 74 93 - 96 28 - 29 36.75 - 37.75
M 6 75 - 78 97 -100 29.5 - 30.5 38.25 - 39.25
L 8 - 10 79 - 83 101 - 105 31 - 32.75 39.75 - 41.25
XL 12 84 - 88 106 - 110 33 - 34.75 41.75 - 43.25
2XL 14 - 16 89 - 93 111 - 115 35 - 36.75 43.75 - 45.25
3XL 18 94 - 98 116 - 120 37 - 38.75 45.75 - 47.25

CLOTHING

WOMEN'S SHOES

EUR UK US Foot lenght (mm) Foot lenght (in)
35 3 5 220 8,66
36 3.5 5.5 225 8,86
37 4 6 230 9,06
37.5 4.5 6.5 235 9,25
38 5 7 240 9,45
38.5 5.5 7.5 245 9,65
39 6 8 250 9,84
40 6.5 8.5 255 10,04
41 7 9 260 10,24
41.5 7.5 9.5 265 10,43
Rossignol size chart Take your foot measurements, then choose the appropriate shoe size:

1. Put a sheet of paper on the floor against a wall.
2. Wear the socks you would normally wear in your shoes.
3. Stand on the sheet so that your back is flat against a wall (foot perpendicular to the wall) with your heels glued to the wall.
4. Draw a marker in front of your big toe (the furthest forward of your foot).
5.  Measure the length between the edge of the sheet and the marker drawn. It is recommended to do this for both the left and right foot and to take into consideration the longer length.
6. To know your shoe size, take a ruler and measure the distance between the wall and the mark you have drawn. Then simply enter it in the corresponding cell in the "foot length" column.

 

UNISEX SHOES

EUR UK US Foot lenght (mm) Foot lenght (in)
35 3 5W 220 8,66
37 4 6W 230 9,06
38 5 7W 240 9,45
39 6 8W 250 9,84
40 6.5 8.5W 255 10,04
41 7 8 260 10,24
41.5 7.5 8.5 265 10,43
42 8 9 270 10,63
42.5 8.5 9.5 275 10,83
43 9 10 280 11,02
44 9.5 10.5 285 11,22
44.5 10 11 290 11,42
45 10.5 11.5 295 11,61
46 11 12 300 11,81
46.5 11.5 12.5 305 12,01
47 12 13 310 12,20
Rossignol size chart Take your foot measurements, then choose the appropriate shoe size:

1. Put a sheet of paper on the floor against a wall.
2. Wear the socks you would normally wear in your shoes.
3. Stand on the sheet so that your back is flat against a wall (foot perpendicular to the wall) with your heels glued to the wall.
4. Draw a marker in front of your big toe (the furthest forward of your foot).
5.  Measure the length between the edge of the sheet and the marker drawn. It is recommended to do this for both the left and right foot and to take into consideration the longer length.
6. To know your shoe size, take a ruler and measure the distance between the wall and the mark you have drawn. Then simply enter it in the corresponding cell in the "foot length" column.

CLOTHING

WOMEN'S SOCKS

SIZES EU size US size
XXS 30 - 32 1 - 2
XS 33 - 35 2.5 - 4.5
S 36 - 38 5 - 6.5
M 39 - 41 7 - 8.5
L 42 - 44 9 - 10.5
XL 45 - 47 11 - 12.5
Rossignol size chart SOCKS
Choose the right size socks based on your shoe size.

CLOTHING

WOMEN'S GLOVES

SIZES PALM CIRCUMFERENCE (cm) PALM CIRCUMFERENCE (in)
S 14 - 16 5,5 - 6,5
M 16,5 - 19 6,5 - 7,5
L 19 - 21 7,5 - 8,5
XL 21 - 24 8,5 - 9,5
Rossignol size chart PALM CIRCUMFERENCE
Measure the circumference of your hand around the widest part of your palm. Exclude measuring around your thumb.

CLOTHING

KIDS TOPS & BOTTOMS

HOW TO TAKE YOUR MEASUREMENTS

Rossignol size chart

1 CHEST Measure around the widest part of your chest.
2 WAIST Place the measuring tape loosely around your waist.
3 HIP Measure around the widest part of your glutes.

GIRLS TOP

SIZES HEIGHT (cm) CHEST (cm) WAIST (cm) HEIGHT (in) CHEST (in) WAIST (in)
2 88 49 - 51 48 - 50 34.5 19 - 20 18.5 - 19.5
4 104 53 - 55 50 - 52 41 20.5 - 21.5 19.5 - 20.5
6 116 57 - 59 53 - 55 45.5 22.5 - 23.5 20.5 - 21.5
8 128 61 - 63 56 - 58 50.5 24 - 25 22 - 23
10 140 68.5 - 70.5 60 - 62 55 27 - 28 23.5 - 24.5
12 152 76 - 78 64 - 66 60 30 - 31 25 - 26
14 164 83.5 - 85.5 68 - 70 64.5 32.5 - 33.5 26.5 - 27.5
16 170 87 - 89 70 - 72 67 34 - 35 27.5 - 28.5

GIRLS BOTTOM

SIZES HEIGHT (cm) WAIST (cm) HIP (cm) HEIGHT (in) WAIST (in) HIP (in)
2 88 48 - 50 53 - 55 34.5 18.5 - 19.5 20.5 - 21.5
4 104 50 - 52 57 - 59 41 19.5 - 20.5 22.5 - 23.5
6 116 53 - 55 62 - 64 45.5 20.5 - 21.5 24 - 25
8 128 56 - 58 67 - 69 50.5 22 - 23 26 - 27
10 140 60 - 62 75 - 77 55 23.5 - 24.5 29.5 - 30.5
12 152 64 - 66 83 - 85 60 25 - 26 32.5 - 33.5
14 164 68 - 70 91 - 93 64.5 26.5 - 27.5 35.5 - 36.5
16 170 70 - 72 95 - 97 67 27.5 - 28.5 37.5 - 38.5

BOYS TOP

SIZES HEIGHT (cm) CHEST (cm) WAIST (cm) HEIGHT (in) CHEST (in) WAIST (in)
2 88 49 - 51 48 - 50 34.5 19 - 20 18.5 - 19.5
4 104 53 - 55 50 - 52 41 20.5 - 21.5 19.5 - 20.5
6 116 57 - 59 53 - 55 45.5 22.5 - 23.5 20.5 - 21.5
8 128 61 - 63 56 - 58 50.5 24 - 25 22 - 23
10 140 66 - 70 60.5 - 62.5 55 26.5 - 27.5 23.5 - 24.5
12 152 75 - 77 65 - 67 60 29.5 - 30.5 25.5 - 26.5
14 164 82 - 84 69.5 - 71.5 64.5 32 - 33 27 - 28
16 170 85.5 - 87.5 72 - 74 67 33.5 - 34.5 28 - 29

BOYS BOTTOM

SIZES HEIGHT (cm) WAIST (cm) HIP (cm) HEIGHT (in) WAIST (in) HIP (in)
2 88 48 - 50 53 - 55 34.5 18.5 - 19.5 20.5 - 21.5
4 104 50 - 52 57 - 59 41 19.5 - 20.5 22.5 - 23.5
6 116 53 - 55 62 - 64 45.5 20.5 - 21.5 24 - 25
8 128 56 - 58 67 - 69 50.5 22 - 23 26 - 27
10 140 60.5 - 62.5 73.5 - 75.5 55 23.5 - 24.5 29 - 30
12 152 65 - 67 80 - 82 60 25.5 - 26.5 31.5 - 32.5
14 164 69.5 - 71.5 86.5 - 88.5 64.5 27 - 28 34 - 35
16 170 72 - 74 90 - 92 67 28 - 29 35.5 - 36.5

CLOTHING

KIDS SOCKS

SIZES FR size US size
XXS 30 - 32 1 - 2
XS 33 - 35 2.5 - 4.5
S 36 - 38 5 - 6.5
M 39 - 41 7 - 8.5
L 42 - 44 9 - 10.5
XL 45 - 47 11 - 12.5
Rossignol size chart SOCKS
Choose the right size socks based on your shoe size.

CLOTHING

KIDS GLOVES

SIZES PALM CIRCUMFERENCE (cm) PALM CIRCUMFERENCE (in)
2 years old 12,5 - 13,5 4,8 - 5,25
4 years old 13,5 - 14,5 5,25 - 5,75
6 years old 14,5 - 15,5 5,75 - 6,12
8 years old 15,5 - 16,5 6,12 - 6,5
10 years old 16,5 - 17 6,5 - 6,75
12 years old 17 - 17,5 6,75 - 7
14 years old 17,5 - 18 7 - 7,12
16 years old 18 - 18,5 7,12 - 7,25
Rossignol size chart PALM CIRCUMFERENCE

Measure the circumference of your hand around the widest part of your palm. Exclude measuring around your thumb.

EQUIPMENT

ALPINE SKIS

CHOOSING THE RIGHT FIT

Your choice of ski, boot design and size will always be a very personal and subjective decision. Here we have compiled some factors that should be taken into account when deciding on which ski size to choose.

Optimal ski length is determined according to (in order): weight, physical ability, skier height and type of skier (aggressive/non-aggressive). Less aggressive skiers should choose a smaller size, while more aggressive and experienced skiers may want to choose a size up.

How does it work?

- Measure your height: 175 cm
- Define your skiing level: experienced
- Choose your ski type: piste
- Calculate your required ski length: 175 + Experienced (piste) = 175 + [-5.0] = [170, 175] cm
  PISTE
(React/Nova)
ALL MOUNTAIN
(Experience)
FREERIDE
(7 Series)
Beginner Your height - 10 cm Your height - 10 cm Your height - 5 cm
Intermediate Your height - 7 cm Your height - 5 cm Your height
Experienced Your height - 5 cm Your height Your height
Expert Your height Your height + 5 cm Your height + 5 cm

EQUIPMENT

ALPINE POLES

Skier height Pole size
Cm In Cm In
100 2'6'' - 2'8" 70 28''
105/110 2'9'' - 3'0" 75 30''
115 3'1'' - 3'4" 80 32''
120 3'5" - 3'8" 85 34''
125/130 3'9" - 4'0" 90 36''
135 4'1" - 4'4" 95 38''
140/145 4'5" - 4'8" 100 40''
150 4'9" - 5'0" 105 42''
155/160 5'1" - 5'3" 110 44''
165 5'4" - 5'6" 115 46''
170/175 5'7" - 5'9" 120 48''
180 5'10" - 6'0" 125 50''
185 6'1" - 6'3" 130 52''
190/195 6'4" - 6'6" 135 54''
200 6'7" + 140 56''
Rossignol size chart To measure the correct size for ski poles, ideally you should wear your boots, or even your skis. If you already have a ski pole, simply flip the ski pole over and grasp it under the basket.

Hold the stick straight down and press it against the floor; the upper part of your arm should stay close to your body. If your arm is at a right angle, the ski pole is the correct size.

EQUIPMENT

ALPINE SKI BOOTS

MEN

Foot lenght (mm) Foot lenght (in) Size
240 9,45 24
245 9,64 24,5
250 9,84 25
255 10,04 25,5
260 10,24 26
265 10,43 26,5
270 10,63 27
275 10,83 27,5
280 11,02 28
285 11,22 28,5
295 11,61 29,5
305 12,00 30,5
315 12,40 31,5
320 12;60 32,5
330 12,99 33
Rossignol size chart Take your foot measurements, then choose the appropriate shoe size:

1. Put a sheet of paper on the floor against a wall.
2. Wear the socks you would normally wear in your shoes.
3. Stand on the sheet so that your back is flat against a wall (foot perpendicular to the wall) with your heels glued to the wall.
4. Draw a marker in front of your big toe (the furthest forward of your foot).
5.  Measure the length between the edge of the sheet and the marker drawn. It is recommended to do this for both the left and right foot and to take into consideration the longer length.
6. To know your shoe size, take a ruler and measure the distance between the wall and the mark you have drawn. Then simply enter it in the corresponding cell in the "foot length" column.

WOMEN

Foot lenght (mm) Foot lenght (in) Size
220 8,66 22
225 8,86 22,5
230 9,05 23
235 9,25 23,5
240 9,45 24
245 9,64 24,5
250 9,84 25
255 10,04 25,5
260 10,24 26
265 10,43 26,5
270 10,63 27
275 10,83 27,5
Rossignol size chart Take your foot measurements, then choose the appropriate shoe size:

1. Put a sheet of paper on the floor against a wall.
2. Wear the socks you would normally wear in your shoes.
3. Stand on the sheet so that your back is flat against a wall (foot perpendicular to the wall) with your heels glued to the wall.
4. Draw a marker in front of your big toe (the furthest forward of your foot).
5.  Measure the length between the edge of the sheet and the marker drawn. It is recommended to do this for both the left and right foot and to take into consideration the longer length.
6. To know your shoe size, take a ruler and measure the distance between the wall and the mark you have drawn. Then simply enter it in the corresponding cell in the "foot length" column.

JUNIOR

Foot lenght (mm) Foot lenght (in) Size
155 6,10 15,5
160 6,30 16
165 6,50 16,5
170 6,70 17
175 6,89 17,5
185 7,28 18,5
190 7,48 19
195 7,67 19,5
200 7,87 20
205 8,07 20,5
210 8,27 21
215 8,46 21,5
220 8,66 22
225 8,86 22,5
230 9,05 23
235 9,25 23,5
240 9,45 24
245 9,64 24,5
250 9,84 25
255 10,04 25,5
260 10,24 26
265 10,43 26,5
270 10,63 27
275 10,83 27,5
Rossignol size chart Take your foot measurements, then choose the appropriate shoe size:

1. Put a sheet of paper on the floor against a wall.
2. Wear the socks you would normally wear in your shoes.
3. Stand on the sheet so that your back is flat against a wall (foot perpendicular to the wall) with your heels glued to the wall.
4. Draw a marker in front of your big toe (the furthest forward of your foot).
5.  Measure the length between the edge of the sheet and the marker drawn. It is recommended to do this for both the left and right foot and to take into consideration the longer length.
6. To know your shoe size, take a ruler and measure the distance between the wall and the mark you have drawn. Then simply enter it in the corresponding cell in the "foot length" column.

EQUIPMENT

NORDIC SKIS

SKATING

MODELS
X-ium Skating Premium S1 & S3 X-ium Skating Premium S2 X-ium Skating WCS S2
Ski size (cm) Recommended weight Ski size (cm) Recommended weight Ski size (cm) Recommended weight
173 35 - 45 Kgs (medium)
45 - 55 Kgs (stiff)
173 35 - 45 Kgs (medium)
45 - 55 Kgs (stiff)
32 - 42 Kgs (soft)
167 45 - 55 Kgs
178 40 - 50 Kgs (medium)
50 - 60 Kgs (stiff)
178 40 - 50 Kgs (medium)
50 - 60 Kgs (stiff)
35 - 45 Kgs (soft)
173 50 - 60 Kgs
180 50 - 65 Kgs (medium)
60 - 75 Kgs (stiff)
183 50 - 65 Kgs (medium)
60 - 75 Kgs (stiff)
50 - 60 Kgs (soft)
180 55 - 70 Kgs
188 65 - 75 Kgs (medium)
70 - 85 Kgs (stiff)
188 65 - 75 Kgs (medium)
70 - 85 Kgs (stiff)
60 - 75 Kgs (soft)
186 70 - 85 Kgs (medium)
60 - 70 Kgs (soft)
193 75 - 85 Kgs (medium)
85 - 95+ Kgs (stiff)
193 75 - 85 Kgs (medium)
85 - 95+ Kgs (stiff)
75 - 85 Kgs (soft)
192 85 - 95+ Kgs (medium)
70 - 85 Kgs (soft)
MODELS
X-ium Skating
Delta Course Skating
Delta Comp Skating
Delta Sport Skating
Ski size (cm) Recommended weight Ski size (cm) Recommended weight
173 45 - 60 Kgs 173 40 - 60 Kgs
180 55 - 70 Kgs 180 55 - 75 Kgs
186 65 - 85 Kgs 186 65 - 85 Kgs
192 80 - 95+ Kgs 192 75 - 95+ Kgs

CLASSIC

MODELS
X-ium Classic Premium C1 X-ium Classic Premium C2 X-ium Classic Premium C3
Ski size (cm) Recommended weight Ski size (cm) Recommended weight Ski size (cm) Recommended weight
190 <45 - 60 Kgs 190 45 - 60 Kgs (medium)
53 - 60 Kgs (stiff)
40 - 55 Kgs (soft)
190 45 - 60 Kgs
197 50 - 65 Kgs 197 55 - 65 Kgs (medium)
60 - 70 Kgs (stiff)
45 - 55 Kgs (soft)
197 50 - 70 Kgs
202 60 - 75 Kgs 202 65 - 75 Kgs (medium)
75 - 95 Kgs (stiff)
60 - 70 Kgs (soft)
202 60 - 80 Kgs
207 70 - 90 Kgs 207 75 - 85 Kgs (medium)
85 - 105 Kgs (stiff)
70 - 80 Kgs (soft)
207 75 - 95+ Kgs
MODELS
X-ium Classic R-Skin X-ium Premium
Ski size (cm) Recommended weight Ski size (cm) Recommended weight
186 45 - 55 Kgs 190 45 - 60 Kgs
191 50 - 60 Kgs 197 60 - 75 Kgs
198 55 - 65 Kgs 202 65 - 80 Kgs
203 60 - 80 Kgs 207 80 - 100 Kgs
208 75 - 90+ Kgs  
MODELS
R-Skin X-ium
R-Skin Delta Comp
R-Skin Delta Sport
R-Skin LTD
Delta Sport Classic
Ski size (cm) Recommended weight Ski size (cm) Recommended weight
186 45 - 60 Kgs (medium)
55 - 70 Kgs (stiff)
184 (medium)
186 (stiff)
45 - 60 Kgs (medium)
55 - 70 Kgs (stiff)
191 55 - 65 Kgs (medium)
65 - 75 Kgs (stiff)
189 (medium)
191 (stiff)
50 - 65 Kgs (medium)
60 - 75 Kgs (stiff)
198 60 - 75 Kgs (medium)
70 - 90 Kgs (stiff)
196 (medium)
198 (stiff)
60 - 75 Kgs (medium)
70 - 90 Kgs (stiff)
203 65 - 80 Kgs (medium)
80 - 100 Kgs (stiff)
201 (medium)
203 (stiff)
65 - 80 Kgs(medium)
80 - 100 Kgs (stiff)
208 80 - 95 Kgs (medium)
90 - 110 Kgs (stiff)
206 (medium)
208 (stiff)
80 - 95 Kgs (medium)
90 - 110 Kgs (stiff)

TOURING

MODELS
R-Skin Ultra R-Skin Escape
X-Tour Escape Positrack
X-Tour Venture AR
EVO Positrack - XT 55 / 60 / 65 - OT 65
EVO R-Skin - XC 55 / 60 / 65
Ski size (cm) Recommended weight Ski size (cm) Recommended weight Ski size (cm) Recommended weight
176 40 - 55 Kgs (medium)
50 - 65 Kgs (stiff)
176 50 - 60 Kgs S 165 40 - 60 Kgs
181 45 - 60 Kgs (medium)
55 - 70 Kgs (stiff)
186 55 - 65 Kgs M 175 50 - 70 Kgs
186 50 - 65 Kgs (medium)
65 - 80 Kgs (stiff)
191 60 - 70 Kgs L 185 60 - 80 Kgs
191 55 - 70 Kgs (medium)
70 - 85 Kgs (stiff)
196 65 - 75 Kgs XL 195 80+ Kgs
196 60 - 75 Kgs (medium)
80 - 110 Kgs (stiff)
201 70 - 80 Kgs
201 75 - 90 Kgs (medium)
90 - 120 Kgs (stiff)

BACKCOUNTRY

MODELS
BC 65 BC 80
Ski size (cm) Recommended weight Ski size (cm) Recommended weight
S 165 40 - 60 Kgs S 166 40 - 60 Kgs
M 175 50 - 70 Kgs M 176 50 - 70 Kgs
L 185 60 - 80 Kgs L 186 60 - 80 Kgs
XL 195 80+ Kgs XL 196 80+ Kgs
MODELS
BC 100 BC 120
Ski size (cm) Recommended weight Ski size (cm) Recommended weight
S 160 40 - 60 Kgs 168 50 - 70 Kgs
M 170 50 - 70 Kgs 176 60 - 80 Kgs
L 180 60 - 80 Kgs 182 75+ Kgs
XL 190 80+ Kgs  

JUNIOR

MODELS
X-Ium Skating WCS Junior X-Ium Classic WCS Junior
R-Skin Race Junior
Delta Comp Skating Junior
Ski size (cm) Recommended weight Ski size (cm) Recommended weight Ski size (cm) Recommended weight
143 25 - 35 Kgs 156 25 - 35 Kgs 133 18 - 25 Kgs
153 30 - 40 Kgs 166 30 - 40 Kgs 143 25 - 40 Kgs
163 35 - 45 Kgs 176 35 - 45 Kgs 153 30 - 45 Kgs
173 40 - 50 Kgs 186 40 - 50 Kgs 163 35 - 50 Kgs
MODELS
Delta Comp Classic Junior
R-Skin Delta Comp Junior
XT Venture JR R-Skin Speed
Ski size (cm) Recommended weight Ski size (cm) Recommended weight Ski size (cm) Recommended weight
136 18 - 25 Kgs 88 13 - 18 Kgs 110 22 - 27 Kgs
146 22 - 32 Kgs 98 18 - 22 Kgs 120 27 - 32 Kgs
156 25 - 40 Kgs 108 22 - 27 Kgs 130 32 - 36 Kgs
166 30 - 45 Kgs 118 27 - 32 Kgs 140 36 - 41 Kgs
176 35 - 50 Kgs 128 32 - 36 Kgs 150 41 - 46 Kgs
  138 36 - 41 Kgs 160 46 - 56 Kgs
148 41 - 46 Kgs  
158 46 - 56 Kgs
168 56 - 66 Kgs

EQUIPMENT

NORDIC POLES

Skier height Pole size
Cm In Skating Classic Touring
120 3'11" - 4'1" 100 90 85
125 4'1" - 4'3" 105 95 90
130 4'3" - 4'5" 110 100 95
135 4'5" - 4'7" 115 105 100
140 4'7" - 4'9" 120 110 105
145 4'9" - 4'11" 125 115 110
150 4'11" 130 120 115
155 4'11" - 5'1" 135 125 120
160 5'1" - 5'3" 140 130 125
165 5'3" - 5'5" 145 135 130
170 5'5" - 5'7" 150 140 135
175 5'7" - 5'9" 155 145 140
180 5'9" - 5'11" 160 150 145
185 5'11" - 6'1" 165 155 150
190 6'1" - 6'3" 170 160 155
195 6'3" - 6'5" 175 165 160
200 6'5" + 180 170 165
Rossignol size chartSKATING Rossignol size chartCLASSIC On average, the ideal pole size is considered to be equal to the skier's height multiplied by 0.84 for classic cross-country skiing, and 0.89 for skate skiing.

For Nordic skiing, your pole must reach your shoulder.

For skate skiing, measure the distance from the ground to your ear; even if it seems high, it's the minimum needed to generate good thrust.

EQUIPMENT

NORDIC SKIBOOTS

ADULT

FR size UK size Foot lenght (cm) Foot lenght (in) US size men US size women
35 2,5 22,8 8,98 3 4
35,5 3 23,1 9,09 3,5 4,5
36 3,5 23,4 9,21 4 5
36,5 3,5 23,7 9,33 4,5 5,5
37 4 24 9,45 4,5 5,5
37,5 4,5 24,3 9,57 5 6
38 5 24,6 9,69 5,5 6,5
38,5 5,5 24,9 9,80 5,5 6,5
39 5,5 25,2 9,92 6 7
39,5 6 25,5 10,04 6,5 7,5
40 6,5 25,8 10,16 7 8
40,5 7 26,1 10,28 7,5 8,5
41 7,5 26,4 10,39 8 9
41,5 7,5 26,7 10,51 8,5 9,5
42 8 27 10,63 8,5 9,5
42,5 8,5 27,3 10,75 9 10
43 9 27,6 10,87 9,5 10,5
43,5 9,5 27,9 10,98 9,5 10,5
44 9,5 28,2 11,10 10 11
44,5 10 28,5 11,22 10,5 11,5
45 10,5 28,8 11,34 11 12
45,5 11 29,1 11,46 11,5 12,5
46 11,5 29,4 11,57 12 13
46,5 11,5 30 11,81 12,5 13,5
47 12 30,3 11,93 12,5  
47,5 12,5 30,6 12,05 13
48 13 30,9 12,17 13,5
48,5 13,5 31,2 12,28 13,5
49 13,5 31,5 12,40 14
Rossignol size chart Take your foot measurements, then choose the appropriate shoe size:

1. Put a sheet of paper on the floor against a wall.
2. Wear the socks you would normally wear in your shoes.
3. Stand on the sheet so that your back is flat against a wall (foot perpendicular to the wall) with your heels glued to the wall.
4. Draw a marker in front of your big toe (the furthest forward of your foot).
5.  Measure the length between the edge of the sheet and the marker drawn. It is recommended to do this for both the left and right foot and to take into consideration the longer length.
6. To know your shoe size, take a ruler and measure the distance between the wall and the mark you have drawn. Then simply enter it in the corresponding cell in the "foot length" column.

JUNIOR

Junior size US size
26 8
27 9
28 10
29 11
30 12
31 13
32 1
33 2
34 3
35 3,5
36 4,5
37 5
38 6
39 6,5
40 7,5
41 8,5
42 9

BIKE

EQUIPMENT

Talla (cm) EBIKE : MANDATE SHIFT TRAIL : MANDATE
ENDURO : HERETIC
MANDATE JUNIOR
120-130   20"
130-140 24"
150-160 S XS  
XS or S
160-170 S
M S or M
M
170-180
M or L M or L
L L
180-190
L or XL L or XL
190-200 XL XL


Bike size may differ according to the model and type of use. A blank cell means there is no suitable size for that particular model.

Are you between sizes M and L? Here's our suggestion:
- If you want a more dynamic and responsive bike, we recommend you choose size M.
- For more comfort and stability, we recommend you choose size L.

The choice is yours!

SNOWBOARD

EQUIPMENT

ALL MOUNTAIN SNOWBOARD

Looking for a Rossignol snowboard? Not sure which size of board to choose? We're here to help! Whether you're a fan of freeride, freestyle or just looking for a versatile snowboard, Rossignol has developed a range of different snowboards to suit your needs.



How to choose the right size of board

Usually the length of board chosen sits between the chin and the nose of the rider, i.e. between 10-20 cm less than the rider's overall height, depending on the level and ride style. For freestyle riding, choose a snowboard that sits between your shoulder and chin, and for freeride between your nose and chin. We recommend that you take into account the suggested weight charts, manufacturers' recommended levels and ride style when narrowing down your selection.

- Weight: the greater the weight of the rider, the longer (and sometimes wider) the snowboard must be in order to withstand greater pressure.
- Level: the more experienced the rider, the more they will be able to adapt the size of their board to suit the ride style being practised. A short snowboard will be easier to handle, while a long snowboard will be more stable.
- Ride style: for freestyle snowboards should be shorter, usually lighter, more manoeuvrable and easier to twist and rotate, and for freeride they should be longer, usually more stable at high speed and more suited to powder.

Boot length is the actual measurement taken from the heel to the front end of the boot, and should not be confused with MONDO/US/UK/EURO shoe size measurements. Suggestions for acceptable boot length take into account the width of the board at the inserts and were calculated with a positive angle of 15° on the front foot and a negative angle of 9° on the back foot. Boot length will need to be different if these angles are not the same. For example, they can be 0.5 cm larger at higher angles and 0.5 cm smaller at lower angles.

MEN

NAME OF THE BOARD BOARD LENGTH
(cm)
RECOMMENDED RIDER WEIGHT
(kgs)
SUGGESTED BOOT LENGTH
(cm)
ANGUS 154 50/75 29 MAX
158 55/80 29.5 MAX
162 60/90 29.5 MAX
ANGUS WIDE 159 60/90 > 29.5
163 65/95 > 29.5
166 65/95 > 29.5
ONE LF 153 55/75 29 MAX
156 60/80 29.5 MAX
159 65/90 29.5 MAX
ONE LF WIDE 157 60/80 > 29.5
161 65/90 > 29.5
165 65/95 > 29.5
TEMPLAR 153 50/70 29 MAX
155 55/75 29.5 MAX
158 60/80 29.5 MAX
TEMPLAR WIDE 156 60/85 > 29.5
159 65/90 > 29.5
162 65/90 > 29.5
CIRCUIT 145 40/60 29 MAX
150 45/65 29.5 MAX
155 50/75 29.5 MAX
160 55/80 29.5 MAX
165 60/90 29.5 MAX
CIRCUIT WIDE 156 50/75 > 29.5
161 55/80 > 29.5
166 60/90 > 29.5

WOMEN

NAME OF THE BOARD BOARD LENGTH
(cm)
RECOMMENDED RIDER WEIGHT
(kgs)
SUGGESTED BOOT LENGTH
(cm)
JUSTICE 145 40/60 29 MAX
149 45/65 29 MAX
153 45/70 29.5 MAX
FRENEMY 144 30/55 28 MAX
147 35/60 28 MAX
150 40/65 28.5 MAX
153 45/70 28.5 MAX
GALA 142 35/50 28 MAX
146 40/60 28 MAX
150 45/70 28.5 MAX
154 50/75 28.5 MAX

EQUIPMENT

FREERIDE SNOWBOARD

Looking for a Rossignol snowboard? Not sure which size of board to choose? We're here to help! Whether you're a fan of freeride, freestyle or just looking for a versatile snowboard, Rossignol has developed a range of different snowboards to suit your needs.



How to choose the right size of board

Usually the length of board chosen sits between the chin and the nose of the rider, i.e. between 10-20 cm less than the rider's overall height, depending on the level and ride style. For freestyle riding, choose a snowboard that sits between your shoulder and chin, and for freeride between your nose and chin. We recommend that you take into account the suggested weight charts, manufacturers' recommended levels and ride style when narrowing down your selection.

- Weight: the greater the weight of the rider, the longer (and sometimes wider) the snowboard must be in order to withstand greater pressure.
- Level: the more experienced the rider, the more they will be able to adapt the size of their board to suit the ride style being practised. A short snowboard will be easier to handle, while a long snowboard will be more stable.
- Ride style: for freestyle snowboards should be shorter, usually lighter, more manoeuvrable and easier to twist and rotate, and for freeride they should be longer, usually more stable at high speed and more suited to powder.

Boot length is the actual measurement taken from the heel to the front end of the boot, and should not be confused with MONDO/US/UK/EURO shoe size measurements. Suggestions for acceptable boot length take into account the width of the board at the inserts and were calculated with a positive angle of 15° on the front foot and a negative angle of 9° on the back foot. Boot length will need to be different if these angles are not the same. For example, they can be 0.5 cm larger at higher angles and 0.5 cm smaller at lower angles.

MEN

NAME OF THE BOARD BOARD LENGTH
(cm)
RECOMMENDED RIDER WEIGHT
(kgs)
SUGGESTED BOOT LENGTH
(cm)
XV SPLIT 159 60/80 29.5 MAX
163 60/90 29.5 MAX
167 65/90 29.5 MAX
XV SPLIT WIDE 164 65/95 >29.5
XV 159 60/80 29.5 MAX
163 60/90 29.5 MAX
167 65/95 29.5 MAX
XV WIDE 164 65/95 >29.5
168 70/100 >29.5
174 70/100 >29.5
XV SASHIMI LG 152 50/75 32 MAX
156 55/80 >32
160 60/90 >32
XV SUSHI SPLIT LG 145 50/90 >32
XV SUSHI LF 144 50/75 >32
145 50/90 >32

WOMEN

NAME OF THE BOARD BOARD LENGTH
(cm)
RECOMMENDED RIDER WEIGHT
(kgs)
SUGGESTED BOOT LENGTH
(cm)
DIVA SPLIT 152 45/65 28.5 MAX
XV SASHIMI LG LIGHT 152 50/75 32 MAX
XV SUSHI LF LIGHT 144 50/75 >32

EQUIPMENT

FREESTYLE SNOWBOARD

Looking for a Rossignol snowboard? Not sure which size of board to choose? We're here to help! Whether you're a fan of freeride, freestyle or just looking for a versatile snowboard, Rossignol has developed a range of different snowboards to suit your needs.



How to choose the right size of board

Usually the length of board chosen sits between the chin and the nose of the rider, i.e. between 10-20 cm less than the rider's overall height, depending on the level and ride style. For freestyle riding, choose a snowboard that sits between your shoulder and chin, and for freeride between your nose and chin. We recommend that you take into account the suggested weight charts, manufacturers' recommended levels and ride style when narrowing down your selection.

- Weight: the greater the weight of the rider, the longer (and sometimes wider) the snowboard must be in order to withstand greater pressure.
- Level: the more experienced the rider, the more they will be able to adapt the size of their board to suit the ride style being practised. A short snowboard will be easier to handle, while a long snowboard will be more stable.
- Ride style: for freestyle snowboards should be shorter, usually lighter, more manoeuvrable and easier to twist and rotate, and for freeride they should be longer, usually more stable at high speed and more suited to powder.

Boot length is the actual measurement taken from the heel to the front end of the boot, and should not be confused with MONDO/US/UK/EURO shoe size measurements. Suggestions for acceptable boot length take into account the width of the board at the inserts and were calculated with a positive angle of 15° on the front foot and a negative angle of 9° on the back foot. Boot length will need to be different if these angles are not the same. For example, they can be 0.5 cm larger at higher angles and 0.5 cm smaller at lower angles.

MEN

NAME OF THE BOARD BOARD LENGTH
(cm)
RECOMMENDED RIDER WEIGHT
(kgs)
SUGGESTED BOOT LENGTH
(cm)
BLACK OPS 155 60/90 29.5 MAX
BLACK OPS WIDE 158 60/90 >29.5
JIBSAW HD 155 60/90 29.5 MAX
157 60/90 29.5 MAX
JIBSAW HD WIDE 158 60/90 >29.5
162 70/100 >29.5
JIBSAW 150 50/75 29.5 MAX
153 50/80 29.5 MAX
155 55/85 29.5 MAX
157 60/90 29.5 MAX
159 60/90 29.5 MAX
JIBSAW WIDE 158 60/90 >29.5
162 70/100 >29.5
RETOX 147 50/80 29.5 MAX
150 55/90 29.5 MAX
153 55/90 29.5 MAX
156 60/95 29.5 MAX
TRICKSTICK AF 150 45/65 29.5 MAX
154 50/75 29.5 MAX
158 55/80 29.5 MAX
TRICKSTICK AF WIDE 154 50/75 >29.5
158 55/80 >29.5
162 60/90 >29.5
166 60/90 >29.5
SAWBLADE 145 40/60 29.5 MAX
150 40/65 29.5 MAX
155 50/75 29.5 MAX
SAWBLADE 155 55/85 >29.5
160 60/90 >29.5
DISTRICT 146 40/60 29 MAX
151 45/65 29.5 MAX
155 50/75 29.5 MAX
159 55/80 29.5 MAX
DISTRICT WIDE 156 50/75 >29.5
161 55/80 >29.5

WOMEN

NAME OF THE BOARD BOARD LENGTH
(cm)
RECOMMENDED RIDER WEIGHT
(kgs)
SUGGESTED BOOT LENGTH
(cm)
DIVA LF 140 30/50 28 MAX
144 30/55 28 MAX
148 40/60 28.5 MAX
152 45/65 28.5 MAX
MERAKI 140 30/55 28.5 MAX
145 30/60 28.5 MAX
150 40/60 28.5 MAX
MYTH 136 30/45 28 MAX
139 30/50 28 MAX
144 40/60 28.5 MAX
149 40/70 28.5 MAX
154 50/75 28.5 MAX

JUNIOR

NAME OF THE BOARD BOARD LENGTH
(cm)
RECOMMENDED RIDER WEIGHT
(kgs)
SUGGESTED BOOT LENGTH
(cm)
JIBFLUENCE 130 30/45 28.5 MAX
135 30/50 28.5 MAX
140 30/55 28.5 MAX
145 30/60 28.5 MAX
150 40/60 28.5 MAX
ALIAS (JR) 130 25/45 27 MAX
135 30/50 28 MAX
140 35/55 28.5 MAX
145 40/60 29 MAX
SCAN SMALLS 80 10/20 22 MAX
90 15/25 23 MAX
SCAN 100 15/30 24 MAX
110 20/40 25 MAX
120 25/45 26 MAX

EQUIPMENT

SNOWBOARD BOOTS

MEN

Size Foot lenght (mm) Foot lenght (in) EU size
5 230 9,05 36,5
5,5 235 9,25 37
6 240 9,45 37,5
6,5 245 9,64 38
7 250 9,84 38,5
7,5 255 10,04 39
8 260 10,24 40
8,5 265 10,43 40,5
9 270 10,63 41
9,5 275 10,83 42
10 280 11,02 42,5
10,5 285 11,22 43
11 290 11,42 44
11,5 295 11,61 44,5
12 300 11,81 45
13 310 12,2 45,5
14 320 12,6 47
15 330 12,99 48
Rossignol size chart Take your foot measurements, then choose the appropriate shoe size:

1. Put a sheet of paper on the floor against a wall.
2. Wear the socks you would normally wear in your shoes.
3. Stand on the sheet so that your back is flat against a wall (foot perpendicular to the wall) with your heels glued to the wall.
4. Draw a marker in front of your big toe (the furthest forward of your foot).
5.  Measure the length between the edge of the sheet and the marker drawn. It is recommended to do this for both the left and right foot and to take into consideration the longer length.
6. To know your shoe size, take a ruler and measure the distance between the wall and the mark you have drawn. Then simply enter it in the corresponding cell in the "foot length" column.

WOMEN

Size Foot lenght (mm) Foot lenght (in) EU size
5 220 8,66 34,5
6 230 9,05 36,5
6,5 235 9,25 37
7 240 9,45 37,5
7,5 245 9,64 38
8 250 9,84 38,5
8,5 255 10,04 39
9 260 10,24 40
9,5 265 10,43 40,5
10 270 10,63 41
Rossignol size chart Take your foot measurements, then choose the appropriate shoe size:

1. Put a sheet of paper on the floor against a wall.
2. Wear the socks you would normally wear in your shoes.
3. Stand on the sheet so that your back is flat against a wall (foot perpendicular to the wall) with your heels glued to the wall.
4. Draw a marker in front of your big toe (the furthest forward of your foot).
5.  Measure the length between the edge of the sheet and the marker drawn. It is recommended to do this for both the left and right foot and to take into consideration the longer length.
6. To know your shoe size, take a ruler and measure the distance between the wall and the mark you have drawn. Then simply enter it in the corresponding cell in the "foot length" column.

JUNIOR

Size Foot lenght (mm) Foot lenght (in) EU size
13 (youth) 180 7,09 30
1 (youth) 190 7,48 31
2 (youth) 200 7,87 32
3 (youth) 210 8,27 33
4 (youth) 220 8,66 34,5
5 (youth) 225 8,86 35,5
Rossignol size chart Take your foot measurements, then choose the appropriate shoe size:

1. Put a sheet of paper on the floor against a wall.
2. Wear the socks you would normally wear in your shoes.
3. Stand on the sheet so that your back is flat against a wall (foot perpendicular to the wall) with your heels glued to the wall.
4. Draw a marker in front of your big toe (the furthest forward of your foot).
5.  Measure the length between the edge of the sheet and the marker drawn. It is recommended to do this for both the left and right foot and to take into consideration the longer length.
6. To know your shoe size, take a ruler and measure the distance between the wall and the mark you have drawn. Then simply enter it in the corresponding cell in the "foot length" column.

EQUIPMENT

SKI HELMETS

RACE

HERO
Size Head circumference (cm)
54 54
56 56
58 58
60 60
61+ 61+
Rossignol size chart Helmet sizes are expressed as head circumference measurements in centimetres.

Take a tape measure or piece of string and measure the circumference of your head by passing it over your ears at a level of 2.5 cm above your eyebrows.

Some of our helmets have a thumb wheel to adjust the fit of the helmet for more comfortable wear.

ALL MOUNTAIN

ALL SPEED VISOR REPLY TEMPLAR
Size Head circumference (cm) Size Head circumference (cm) Size Head circumference (cm)
M 54-56 cm M/L 54-58 cm S/M 52-55 cm
L 56-58 cm L/XL 59-63 cm M/L 55-59 cm
XL 58-60 cm   L/XL 59-63 cm
XXL 60-62 cm  
Rossignol size chart Helmet sizes are expressed as head circumference measurements in centimetres.

Take a tape measure or piece of string and measure the circumference of your head by passing it over your ears at a level of 2.5 cm above your eyebrows.

Some of our helmets have a thumb wheel to adjust the fit of the helmet for more comfortable wear.

JUNIOR

WHOOPEE
Size Head circumference (cm)
XS 49-52 cm
S/M 52-55 cm
Rossignol size chart Helmet sizes are expressed as head circumference measurements in centimetres.

Take a tape measure or piece of string and measure the circumference of your head by passing it over your ears at a level of 2.5 cm above your eyebrows.

Some of our helmets have a thumb wheel to adjust the fit of the helmet for more comfortable wear.

EQUIPMENT

GOGGLES

CATEGORY PERCENTAGE VLT WEATHER RECOMMENDED USAGE
CAT 0 87 % Rossignol size chart The ideal lens for night time use, flood light
CAT 1 78 % Rossignol size chart The ideal lens at fog and strong clouds
CAT 2 24,48 % Rossignol size chart This lens increases contrasts, improves depth perception, good for all conditions.
CAT 3 14,09 % Rossignol size chart Reduces eye fatigue in bright and sunny conditions

EQUIPMENT

BACK PROTECTION

Size to order Size Distance from shoulder to waist
Cm Inch Cm Inch
XXS 110 / 130 43,30" / 51,18" 32 12,6"
XS / S 130 / 150 51,18" / 59,05" 36 14,17"
S / M 140 / 170 55,12" / 66,93" 40 15,75"
M / L 160 / 190 62,99" / 74,80 45 17,72"
L / XL 180 / 210 70,87" / 82,68 50 19,69"
Rossignol size chart

EQUIPMENT

SHIN PROTECTION

Size to order Distance from the knee to the buckle at the top of the ski boot
Cm Inch
JR 31 12,20"
SR / M 36 14,17"
SR / L 41 16,14"
Rossignol size chart

EQUIPMENT

FOREARM PROTECTION


  

Size to order Distance from elbow to wrist
Cm Inch
JR 23 9"
SR / M 28 11"
Rossignol size chart

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