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?
The one that changed the game. The original Angus AmpTek proved rocker wasn’t just for powder by winning Transworld’s Good Wood and Snowboarder’s Best of Test awards in the Best All-Mountain category. AmpTek All-Mountain camber technology means the Angus can rail on man-made hardpack and float effortlessly in the lightest pow on earth.
Available Lengths (cm):
153, 155, 157, 159, 161, 158mW, 162mW
Directional Twin with Amptek All-Mountain Camber
Wood C/K Core
Sintered 7500 Base
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