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For those that aren’t mountaineering in Chamonix or Verbier to reach savage lines, the Rossignol Krypto makes a lot more sense than its steroid pumped sibling the Experience. Still stiff, damp and dependable in all snow conditions and terrain, if the Experience wasn’t on the throne as the ultimate freeride snowboard, the Krypto would be. If your lines are a little tamer than Xavier De Le Rue’s, save yourself a few bucks and opt for the Krypto, you won’t regret it.
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The Rossignol Experience Magtek is a brutal bully of a snowboard. Wickedly stiff between the bindings with fierce seven bump Magne-Traction edges, the Experience grips through turns like it’s running on train tracks. The Torsion Box construction and heavy duty reinforcement along its length means sketchy snow conditions and big drops are eaten-up with little feedback but the early rise tips which start a little outside the bindings keep the Experience’s floaty and agility in deep snow. The fact that the Experience is Xavier De Le Rue’s board of choice gives a good indication of what kind of rider is going to enjoy riding it. SB-RV recommends the Rossignol Experience to expert freeriders who ride the steepest terrain on the gnarliest mountains… anything less and all you need is the Krypto Magtek.
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For the most part, snowboards that are created for the female only market lack the aggression of their male counterparts. This can’t be said about the Diva MagTek which has been built for those female riders that power through carves and shred harder than any of the men on the mountain. If riding big jumps or pipe is your thing and you get kicks from taking your tricks to features in the backcountry as much as you do laying big hand-dragging carves on corduroy and hardpack, the Diva MagTek will be perfect. With features like Basalt, Carbon and Aramid reinforcement and bad ass 7 bump Magne-Traction working with the grip of an almost completely traditional camber-line the Rossignol Diva is for girls who eat 3 Wheetabix for breakfast and then have toast on –top.
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The power of the One MagTek should never be underestimated. Annually a favorite with the SB-RV crew, the One and its directional shape seems to find few places where doesn’t rip. Built with a firm flex and aggressive full depth seven bump Magne-Traction the One rails a carves and blasts through choppy snow, but the raised nose and tail of the All-Mountain AmpTek profile keep the One agile and easy to ride in powder and stable in variable snow conditions. For those that want to tackle backcountry terrain and kicker lines in the park with aggression on one board the One MagTek consistently proves itself as that board.
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The Angus is a performance snowboard that after a matter of minutes will feel like you’ve been riding all season long. From park kickers to bottomless powder the Angus has little problem dealing with any of it. The hybrid All-Mountain AmpTek can feel a little lacking of edge hold on hard icy conditions but this is more than made-up for when you take the Angus through a pow filled tree run at full throttle and experience how much float a directional twin with this camber line can create. A fantastic snowboard that SB-RV would recommend to intermediate riders who want to progress at riding all types of terrain and snow conditions. For 2013 Rossignol has stiffened the Angus’ extremities with extra carbon stringers.
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Still without a Transworld Good Wood award but ever deserving, the Jibsaw is the board that the designers at Rossignol got to pack with every technology in their arsenal. A true twin shape, medium flex pattern and majority camber profile with slight early rise tips mean this is a board for the serious park riders who needs response, control and pop by the bucket load but doesn’t want to ride a stiff plank. Kevlar is there to eradicate chatter and Basalt has been added boost your ollie power. A less aggressive 7S Magne-Traction adds grip without making carving up transitions like slicing up Victoria Sponge cake with a chainsaw. Park, pipe, piste and bouts of pow the Rossignol Jibsaw MagTek is winner if you’re riding the 4Ps.
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Since it got the AmpTek treatment two season ago, the Rossignol One MagTek has been cleaning up on the awards front and the reviews from the general public have been equally as positive. Despite becoming considerably softer and more versatile thanks to its hybrid AmpTek camber, the average snowboarder who gets less than a couple of weeks on snow has been skeptical about taking the plunge. Enter the Rossi Templar MagTek a toned down version of the One with less aggressive 5S Magne-Traction for more grip than a traditional snowboard edge but without the occasionally unpredictable bite of 7 bump Magne-Traction. The flex has been softened but the popular directional shape remains. Intermediates or beginners with ambition who think the One might be a bit of handful have a knight in shining armor in the new Templar.
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To pack this much spec into a board at this price is something that Rossignol does best. The Justice AmpTek is Rossignol’s offering for intermediate to advanced female riders who want an almost twin shaped snowboard for carving-up the groomers, playing in the park and ripping fresh turns and pillow lines when there’s some powder on the mountain. The All-Mountain AmpTek hybrid camber profile which has camber between the feet and rocker in the nose and tail really ads incredible versatility to Rossignol’s freestyle boards as well as making this slightly more all-mountain freestyle deck super easy to maneuver and playful on jibs.
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In the last four years Rossignol has made a name for itself by providing easy to ride snowboards that aid progression. The Gala sticks to that mantra by providing a great snowboard for beginner female riders to build their skills with. The Gala uses Rossignol’s almost completely reverse camber Auto Turn AmpTek which makes for easy turn initiation and strips away the dreaded fear of catching an edge when you have to commit to the fall line and take some speed to clear a flat section. It will also make your first days riding powder a breeze.
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First you take the Rossignol Angus’ shape and AmpTek camber profile. Next you remove some of the posh materials like the Kevlar and Carbon reinforcement and the 7500 Sintered base. What’s left is the Rossignol Taipan AmpTek, a great beginner and intermediates snowboard with a flex that’s dialed to aid progression and a price tag that won’t have you breaking into a cold sweat.
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The Rossignol Retox AmpTek has a short, blunted shape and majority camber profile with early rise tips. Its short running length keeps swing weight to a minimum and the punchy medium flex make it a prime choice for the experienced freestyle rider who likes a lively board with pop. The early rise tips of freestyle Amptek will keep you from sinking like a lead weight in soft snow.
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The customizable tips of the Trickstick have made their way into Rossignol’s women’s line in the revised Tesla CYT Amptek… that’s what the CYT means. So apart from being able to trim you nose and tail as you see fit, the Tesla is a soft true twin shape with Rossi’s almost completely reverse camber Autoturn Amptek profile. Soft and buttery and perfect for jibs, rails and jumps in the park the Tesla delivers a great park and freestyle focused spec at a price that won’t break the bank.
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The Rossignol Frenemy gets SB-RV’s award for the most ridiculous snowboard name of the season, but having said that we’re only halfway into uploading all of the 12/13 snowboards so maybe the award is a little premature. Of course what a board is called doesn’t make a scrap of difference to how it performs. The Frenemy MagTek is a toned-down version of the Diva Magtek; it has a similar shape but the flex is softened a little and the aggressive 7 bump magnetraction has been smoothed out a little to a 5 bump variety. This makes the Frenemy a more progressive snowboard suitable for intermediate female riders looking for a snowboard that will rip and at the same time is forgiving enough to afford a few mistakes.
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Tips you can cut-down to the size and shape you want and a customizable topsheet graphic with a matt print that can be scratched off to reveal a graphic underneath, these are the standout features of the Rossignol Trickstick CST that set it apart from other jib boards on the market. Apart from those it has a tried and tested jib snowboard construction, with a majority reverse camber profile, biaxial fiberglass and a tough extruded base. SB-RV rode the trickstick last season and it was one of the softest boards tested.
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Take the Angus, remove the Carbon and Kevlar reinforcement from the construction and save a few cents by trading the pricey 7500 sintered base for Rossi’s slick 4400 sintered base and you’ve got the Taipan. It’s a touch softer and ever so slightly slower but Transworld still reckon it’s worth a Good Wood award, and let’s face it the spec is still far more comprehensive than its price tag would suggest.
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For those who like their twin shaped jib boards soft as a sponge, it doesn’t get much softer than the Trickstick, think about it and you’ll be in a press. Where the Trickstick really kills the competition is the completely customisable Scratch-off topsheet and cool clip tips which can be cut down with hacksaw to create your ultimate jib shape.
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Welcome to a new world of freestyle performance. Everything about the new Jib Saw is top of the range, from the 7500 grade sintered base to the Carbon and Kevlar reinforced core. It’s Freestyle Amtek profile and Magne-Traction edges mean the Jib Saw will literally cut trenches into hard pistes and halfpipe walls, float agilely on deep powder and still tear apart the slopestyle course. For advanced freestylers this board really is as good as the graphics by London outfit Two Sick Bastards look.
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Three years ago if somebody told you that you could ride park, pipe, piste and poder on one snowboard you would have probably laughed in their face. Now it’s completely possible and the One Magtek is one of the best at it. The One is an all-mountain directional twin with Rossignol’s All-Mountain Amptek profile and Magne-Traction edges that literally works on any terrain you can throw it at.
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The Rossignol Experience is the orginal camrock/amptek profile freeride powerhouse. The Experience has a stiff torsional and longitudinal flex as a result of its Carbon and Kevlar reinforcement Torsion Box construction, combined with Magne-Traction edges it grips mercilessly even on the sparsest snow covering but the rockered tips absorb small unexpected transitions and bumps and make the board surprisingly nimble, particularly in deep snow where the Experience rips. It’s been proved all over the world and it is heads and shoulders above most of the competition, watch Xavier De Le Rue’s part in the forthcoming Standard Films’ TB20 if you don’t believe me.
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There isn’t a lot of difference between the Myth and the Tesla, they both have a Autoturn Amptek which is pretty much full blown rocker and both have a twin shape. The very slight differences are the Myth’s narrowly wider waist, slightly longer sidecut and ever-so slightly softer waist.
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So if the Justice is Rossignol’s female equivalent of the Angus then the Circuit is the women’s version of the Taipan. Freestyle and freeride versatility in a nutshell.
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It’s not just a Good Wood award that the women’s Justice and men’s Angus share, they’re practically brother and sister. Both have camber between the feet and rocker in the tips, making them floaty in powder, hold a strong edge on icy groomers and yet feel fun and buttery in the park. The Carbon and Kevlar reinforcement help keep the boards poppy and the Kevlar helps to eliminate any chatter that rocker-ing the tips of the board might cause. The Rossi Justice is a great choice for female snowboarders who don’t want to have to choose the right board for different conditions, this board does it all!
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In its first season the Rossignol Angus won Snowboarder Magazine’s Best of Test award and a Transworld Magazine Good Wood award for the best all-mountain snowboard under $400. Three years later the base has been upgraded to a whopping 7500 Sintered ptex and Rossi have added a few extra lengths to keep the growing fan base happy but essentially it’s still the same award winning snowboard as it was when it hit the shops in 2009. Why change a classic?
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A lightweight, super soft, reverse cambered freestyle shred stick for little people that rideÖ little people being children not Oompa Loompas or elves they’re fictional.
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Are you about to spend your first week away in the mountains snowboarding? With a directional shape and reverse camber Autoturn Amptek the Circuit will make a great companion and might even save you a few cuts and bruises.
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The District is where Rossi’s freestyle range starts. It has a twin shape, extruded base and Autoturn Amptek which is pretty much 100% rocker. The flex is slightly firmer than the Trickstick and softer than the Retox making it a fantastic snowboard for a beginner who wants a versatile snowboard at a very affordable price.
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With a predictable radial sidecut, soft-ish flex, rockered profile and directional shape the Temptation isn’t the most sophisticated snowboard on the market but for beginner female snowboarders who don’t want to restrict the terrain they can ride it’s a sure bet, that’ll leave plenty of notes in your pocket for comfy new boots.
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Beginners and advanced jibbers alike will love the Tesla’s soft rocker profile and twin shape. It’s the perfect snowboard to take beginners from learning to turn to nailing their first powder lines and park tricks. At the same time it’s perfect for female riders who want to tweak out presses and invent all types of groomer butters and jib combinations.
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If you’re thinking about picking up a Rossignol Experience this season but you’re not getting to ride more than 20 days a year you’d probably be better with the new Krypto MagTek. The Krypto still uses the refined shape and profile of the Experience, it still has the long Magne-Traction sidecut and carbon and Kevlar reinforcement too, it just loses the stiff Torsion Box construction to make it more manageable for people without pistons for legs.
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The Diva has been Rossignol’s flagship snowboard for female freestylers for a number of years now and like fine wines it just gets better with age. From the tight aggressive sidecut to the lively and versatile Freestyle Amptek profile and Directional Twin shape combination the Diva is designed to give advanced women snowboarders the tools to ride everything, and it doesÖ well.
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The Retox is Rossignol’s jib, rail and freestyle shred stick for those who need more than a noodle under their feet. The Freestyle Amptek will provide plenty of float, grip and pop for performance on icy pistes and the occasional powder mission. Rossignol’s slippery Sintered 4400 base gives good acceleration and top speed in any snow condition.
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Much like the Rossignol One, the Rossignol JDub has had a complete transformation. Since its conception the JDub has been a heavily cambered, super stiff rocket-ship, designed for carving hard on the sketchiest ice and scaling the steepest pipe walls. The JDub still does this job, but the Freestyle Amptek has made it less twitchy and sooo much more playful. Our jib ninja Mikee C took the JDub for a spin and ended-up rating it the best board he tested all week… praise indeed from someone who would have taken last years JDub for a lap of the park and had a heart attack. It’s different, but you’ll love it.
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In the past the Decoy has been a bit of a handful. The firm flex between the feet and in the nose and tail meant the Decoy really was a board for advanced freestylers. For 2011 the Decoy has kept all the good bits like the standard issue Rossi 4.4k sintered base which when waxed is easily one of the fastest on the market; a tight progressive sidecut for stable landings and takeoffs and instance response; and Carbon and Kevlar reinforcement for uber pop and charging capability. To make the Decoy more accessible the guys at Rossignol have introduced all new Freestyle Amptek. By moving the start of the rocker closer to the tips they’ve increased the depth of camber between feet, a compromise between Amptek and camber. The result is a less catchy ride which has retained a poppy nose and tail. The softened flex between the bindings increases playfulness. Expect other brands to be watching Rossignol’s new Amptek variations very carefully.
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If you strip the usual high standard Rossignol build quality and the familiar graphics, you’ll find very little in the 2011 Rossignol One MagTek that resembles 2010’s version. Sure the One still uses the same materials and Magnetraction edges, but the introduction of the Rossi’s AmpTek profile has completely changed the One’s ride characteristics. Where as last year the One was a stiff charger made for riding hard and fast, this year’s One still possesses those qualities but is manageable and playful at slower speeds and isn’t restricted to advanced and experienced snowboarders. If we’re honest, the One now rides like the Angus with Magnetraction.
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With a lot of brands, the women’s board line-up misses out on the tech that the boys’ boards get. Not at Rossi. The Rossignol Diva MagTek has all the ingredients to make an epic board for strong female all mountain freestylers. Magnetraction edges for grip in icy pipes; Freestyle Amptek for catch-free run ins and forgiving landings; Carbon and Kevlar reinforcement for chatter free charging and enough torsional stiffness to make sure you don’t wash out however hard you carve; and a high grade 4.4k sintered base to give you enough speed to reach the landing on any kicker. The new Diva paint-job pairs up nicely with the Diva bindings.
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The stiffest, highest specification core design and reinforcements that Rossignol make. A 7500 grade sintered base, the fastest Rossignol make. A shape designed by freeride legend Jeremy Jones and three times Freeride World Tour winner Xavier De La Rue. Magnetraction edges and All Mountain Amptek technologies, two of the most ground breaking design phenomena’s of the last decade of snowboard design. All these features and materials have come together to create a freeride thoroughbred with a reputation to match. One of the best backcountry missiles on the market.
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Progression is a word you’ll hear a lot in the Rossignol catalogue. The Trickstick is all about giving snowboarders the best tool for improving their freestyle snowboarding. Auto Turn AmpTek makes the Trickstick incredibly easy to turn and stable during run ins so you can concentrate on what trick you’re going to throw down.
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Snowboard-Review.com’s head of testing Tom still rants and raves about the Angus, his words at the time of testing were ” I absolutely love it”. However, it wasn’t just Tom’s opinion, last year the Angus cleaned up on awards from some of the planets most highly revered snowboard media, the revolutionary new Amptek profile had everybody in the industry talking. This year the Angus returns pretty much unchanged, some might say, change for the sake of change is futile. The only change we can find this year is a new lick of paint… a paint job so gruesome it will make small children cry from 50 feet away.
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To put it simply, the Justice is the womens version of last years smash hit the Rossignol Angus. With the same DNA as a board that won the Transworld Good Wood Award for best board under $400 and 2nd best of test in the Snowboarder Magazine annual board test, you can be sure that the Rossignol Justice is going to meet your needs when it comes to all mountain freestyle and smash your expectations.
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The board everybody has been waiting for Rossignol to build. Perfect for intermediate snowboarders who have mastered the art of turning and want a board to help them advance their freeride and freestyle skills. Rossignol have loosened up the Taipan with the ‘must have’ Amptek All Mountain rocker/camber hybrid profile and packed it full of features like the a tip-to-tail wood core, a medium weight glass and a 4.4K Sintered base. Rossi have then held back on the flashy extras like Kevlar and Carbon stringers, so this board has a softer flex for helping intermediate riders master the art of snowboarding and costs less too.
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Entry level all-mountain snowboarding at an affordable price. Looking for a board to take on your first holiday and laying down your first turns as well as enjoying your first sub-zero face plants? You could do worse than the Rossignol Sultan.
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All new to the 2011 Rossi line-up, the Rossignol Circus has all of the ingredients girls need to take their snowboarding to the next level and keep it there. With All Mountain Amptek, minimal reinforcement and a super fast 4400 grade sintered base the Circus will dominate any terrain but be soft enought to encourage quick progression. You won’t have to tame this animal.
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A Simple design, a directional shape and a soft core and glass combo will mean picking up and progressing with snowboarding will be easier than you thought. Tempted?
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Stuck in a rut with your snowboarding skills? The Rossignol Tesla is designed specifically to help female riders progress. From park to powder, Rossignol’s AutoTurn camber/rocker hybrid is the latest take on Amptek technology. By shortening the length of camber between the feet and increasing the rocker at the nose and tail, the Tesla is incredibly easy to turn, agile and floaty in powder. Because snowboarding on the Tesla is so easy, you can concentrate on pushing your skills and catching some air.
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A soft snowboard designed to take female snowboarders from taking their first turns on the bunny hill to hitting their kickers in the park. A suitably unflashy snowboard with zero gimmicks and a pleasant paint job. Buy the Myth, save some money and fritter away the rest on a spa day.
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The Retox isn’t your average jib stick; for one there’s a hefty helping of carbon and kevlar reinforcement and a sintered base for speed into big jumps and for boosting out of the pipe. Think of the Retox as a jib board for freestylers who like stiffer jib boards that can handle actual mountains instead of super soft noodles designed for urban handrails assaults.
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The Rossignol JDub looks like nothing you’ve ever seen, the lovechild of a snowboard and the Batmobile, it’s strange looks will get you more respect than that one-piece you’ve got stashed away in your loft., trust me, I’ve got one… a JDub that is! On the hill the JDub’s Magne-Traction edges offer incredible grip, edge-to-edge response is impressive and the pop is ballistic! At high speed the JDub offers chatter free carving. A great snowboard for advanced and aggressive riders who want to ride large jumps and halfpipe.
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Last February at the Slide trade show in Manchester Snowboard Review picked out the Rossignol Jones as one of the snowboards to look out for this season.. since Jeremy’s shock departure from Rossi, the board has been renamed the Experience. Constructed with Magnetraction, Rossignol’s AmpTek rocker profile and Carbon and Kevlar reinforcement this freeride beast is designed to be railed on its edge at mach 10, drop huge cliffs and hold an edge on critical ice loaded traverses. With Xavier De Le Rue taking more than his fair share of silver wear this season, you can rest assured; the Experience has been tried, tested and proven!
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All mountain performance in One snowboard. With snowboarders like Swiss uber guru Jonas Emery choosing to ride the One for pretty much every terrain he encounters, you can be sure the One will stand upto what you can put it through. Loaded with Magnetraction for the 09/10 season and reinforced with carbon and kevlar this Rossignol will offer uncomprimising grip and stability in all snow conditions. Definitely sporting one of the classier more understated graphics of this years Rossignol line-up.
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Rossignol wanted to build a rocker that had all the pop, smooth landings, catch free cruising and float of a rocker with the control, edge hold and response of a camber. The Amptek is the fruit of their labours, the only mens freestyle board in the Rossi range to feature Amptek technology this season is the Angus. A firm flex and some of the coolest graphics of the 09/10 season finish off a board that should make it to every serious all-mountain freestylers wish list.
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New to the Rossignol line-up last year and taking the under $400 Transworld Good Wood award for the best jib board at the test, this years Retox has got a lot to live up to. If you’re looking for a responsive and poppy jib specific ride pick up the Retox and get toxic.
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Jealous of the boys with their Yes snowboard / Rossignol Angus / Nidecker Legacy. Well no need to be anymore! Rossignol have applied their AmpTek to the Justice, the result is a snowboard with tons of pop, buttery spin initiation, catch free straigt-lines, easy presses and effortless float in the deepest of fresh. A great freestyle snowboard for girls who don’t want to be constricted to the park.
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Women pushing female snowboarding need a board that can provide all of the cutting edge design and materials that Men’s boards are packing. The Diva Mag has all of the features of the Rossignol One Mag, like Carbon and Kevlar reinforcement, Magne-Traction and a progressive all-mountain directional twin shape but have softened it up slightly with biaxial glass. By all accounts the Diva Mag absolutely flys out of pipe thanks to the unmatched grip courtesy of Magne-traction and the dynamite pop that Carbon reinforcement provides.
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All conditions and terrain versatility in an affordable package, the Rossignol Scope is an ideal snowboard for inexperienced riders that have got the hang of the basics and want a snowboard that will aid fast and pain free progression, whether it be in the park or at the top of a moguled black run.
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A beautifully crafted swallow tailed snowboard with cutting edge construction under a stunning bamboo veneer topsheet. Designed for huge carves on untouched faces with effortless float thanks to the long nose and reduced surface area of the tail and impressive chatter free edge hold, the benefit of the huge 12.3m sidecut radius, huge effective edge and dual torsion box quadraxial glass with cabon and kevlar reinforcement. Built with only speed and powder in mind.
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Rossignol have struck gold with the Decoy’s new graphics, straight off the beaches of Jamaica, serve with a large dash of Coke and Barbados Rum on the rocks! Expect to see this essential rasta colourway base all over french snowboard parks next season. The Rossignol Decoy is a lively slopestyle snowboard, stiff between the bindings with an aggresive/tight sidecut and poppy nose and tail. The Decoy is perfect for aggresive freestyle snowboarders who want a stiffer park board to ride every feature in the park and the odd backcountry kicker on.
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