A snowboard with two boot holders right next to each other for skiing with sticks
Could someone tell me what it is and for what kind of skiing it's being or was being used for?
Make is Rossignol R Kevalar, about 180 cm long, about 20 cm wide, straight cut in the back, with two parallel boot holders next to each other aiming parallel with the ski. On it is a picture of a skier who is in the air and holds two regular ski sticks. It is made in France. The boot holders are Solomon 747 demo. It's as if two skis were glued together and would have one pointed end bend at the front instead of two. What is it, please? How is it called? Is it something from the past, or is it still being used and for what?
I'd really appreciate any information you could give me.