In 1907, French carpenter Abel Rossignol carved himself a pair of wooden skis, giving birth to his eponymous brand. In the following decades, Rossignol’s top-quality equipment was worn by Nordic world champions, earning the label a reputation for cutting-edge design. A century after its launch, the company expanded to include sporty apparel for the mountain lifestyle. Streamlined jackets and breathable accessories blur the line between slope and lodge.
In 1907, French carpenter and avid outdoorsman Abel Rossignol launched his eponymous brand of top-quality skis. Today, the company includes stylish, sporty outerwear, focusing on streamlined jackets and soft, breathable accessories that blur the line between slope and lodge.