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.
Entry level doesn’t have to mean low end. The District AmpTek get’s a serious upgrade for 2011 with the addition of AmpTek AutoTurn camber to make progression painless and jibbing endless.
Available Lengths (cm):
146, 151, 155, 159, 156mW, 161mW
True Twin with Amptek Autoturn Camber
Deep Progressive Sidecut
Wood 5620 Core
Extruded 3300 Base
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