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.
Performance packed high-end global domination. Why change what’s perfect? The 2009 edition of the Scope comes with the same progressive directional twin shape but we rounded it off with Salt Lake City’s Death&Taxes dope art and made it even more progressive. Built to rule the groomers, the crud and the pow.
Available Lengths (cm):
149, 163, 156, 159, 154mW, 157mW, 161mW, 159W, 163W
Directional twin shape
6420 Wood core
4400 grade sintered base
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on April 17, 2012 at 03:18 PM
This board is cool, but stiff as hell. When i rode my friends board i was throwin cork 5’s like no other. This board i can barley pop 3’s.
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