Rossignol is proud to announce the launch of three unique and limited editions of the Sender Free 110, designed by its freeskiing ambassadors Marcus Goguen, Max Palm and Oscar Mandin, in the run-up to the Grand Final of the Freeride World Tour 2024 in Verbier. These special editions reflect the passion, personality and unique history of each athlete, offering skis that perfectly reflect them.

Marcus Goguen, Max Palm and Oscar Mandin have each carved their own essence and story into the heart of the Sender Free 110, Rossignol’s most versatile freeride ski. Singular artistic visions, from Marcus’ psychedelic and expressionist universe, through Oscar’s graffiti inspiration, to the flamboyant dynamism of Max’s creations, transform these skis into truly personalised works of art. These limited editions of the Sender Free 110 offer performance, responsiveness and lightness in an exclusive and captivating design, while retaining the much-loved technical qualities of the original model.

Rossignol Sender Free 110 : three exceptional creations

Rossignol Sender Free 110, “Marcus Goguen” version

Marcus Goguen ®LTD EDITION SALLANCHES

Marcus Goguen, crowned Junior Freeride World Champion in 2023, brilliantly demonstrated his exceptional talent during the Freeride World Tour 2024, with three podium finishes, including a remarkable victory in the Georgia Pro, where he scored an impressive 98 points. When he takes to the famous Bec des Rosses in the near future, Marcus will be wearing skis that tell the story of a very personal journey: that of his childhood.

Marcus Goguen ®LTD EDITION SALLANCHES

The design, which evolves from a muted grey to explosions of purple and pink, evokes the route from rainy Vancouver to the snowy peaks of Whistler via the Sea-to-Sky Highway, a route Marcus used to take at weekends as a child. This motif is an ode to escape, a call to nature and freedom, values that the Rossignol Sender Free 110 embodies in his eyes. Marcus describes it as a ski that’s ‘reliable and fun, agile and stable’, the preferred choice for his adventures over the last two seasons.

Rossignol Sender Free 110, “Max Palm” version

Max PALM ®LTD EDITION SALLANCHES

Max Palm, who won the Freeride World Tour Junior two years running in 2020 and 2021, made his mark on the 2022 Freeride World Tour with a spectacular double backflip, a first in the competition’s history. Max has been creating designs for his skis since he was a child, reflecting his early passion for freeriding.

Max PALM ®LTD EDITION SALLANCHES

The motif he has chosen for his skis is a nod to Rossignol’s freeride roots, echoing the clean, dynamic aesthetic of surfing and skateboarding. The black and white flame patterns on his skis are both abstract and clean, evoking the Rossignol Bandit series, a symbol of excellence for Rossignol athletes in the early 2000s. The design is an elegant tribute to the pioneers of the sport.

Rossignol Sender Free 110, “Oscar Mandin” version

Oscar MANDIN ®LTD EDITION SALLANCHES

Making his debut on the 2023 Freeride World Tour with a bang, Oscar Mandin made an immediate impact by taking second place in Baqueira Beret in his very first competition. He repeated the feat by taking second place at Kicking Horse during the Freeride World Tour 2024. For Oscar, taking part in these competitions, and in particular reaching the legendary summit of Bec des Rosses, represents the pinnacle of his career.

Oscar MANDIN ®LTD EDITION SALLANCHES

This seasoned athlete sees the unique design of his Rossignol Sender Free 110s as the ultimate expression of his passion for freeride skiing and art. Since his teenage years, when he was already customising his friends’ helmets, Oscar has always sought to combine his artistic talents with skiing, finding graffiti and freeride as means of personal expression. Today, his distinctive style and personal signature embellish this special edition of skis, testifying to his creativity and commitment to both worlds.