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!
The shredtastic gods crafted the Justice AmpTek with the right balance of allaround performance and ease-of-use that has critics and magazines heralding it as one of the year’s very best women’s boards. AmpTek All-Mountain grips to the hardpack like a prom queen to her crown and leaves the rest of the board free to float, pop, butter or land smoothly on demand. No matter what terrain you find or conditions mother nature brings the Justice can tackle it all with fluidity and ease.
Available Lengths (cm):
145, 149, 153
Directional Twin with Amptek All-Mountain Camber
Deep Progressive Sidecut
Wood C/K Core
Sintered 4400 Base
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on March 30, 2012 at 02:30 AM
This is my fourth snowboard and I love it to death! The first run I did on it it felt like I had been riding it all season, it just responds perfectly.
On deep powder days it floats with little effort. On icy days it grips the hardpack like a champ. In the park it has good pop and it stable to land on. I get great maneuverability when ripping through the glades.
I have the 145, people keep telling me it’s too short. It’s not. I am 5’4” and weigh 105 pounds and it’s perfect.
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