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A blunt board with a perfect tip and tail radius to take you from the park to the trails, the Rossignol Decoy Snowboard 156 is the board that started it all. It features a max/gloss top sheet, stone grind finishing, and a #c die cut base. Standard edges and a true twin design round off this perfect board for snowboarders of any level with a need for speed and trickery! The Rossignol Decoy Snowboard 156 will take you where you want to go.
This is the Rossignol Decoy snowboard. This is a high-end Twin Tip freestyle snowboard. Normally you hear Twin Tip, you think pipe, park, groomed, prepared snow. If you’re the kind of rider though that likes to use the entire mountain as your terrain park, this is the snowboard for you. What makes this snowboard unique and what gives it that all mountain or even backcountry versatility as a twin is the nose and tail profile. It has got a very progressive shape to the nose and tail, allows that nose to come up a little more smoothly, allows you to be able to ride powder, manky snow, crud all extremely well. But still we maintain that low tip and tail profile across the nose shape to have that low swing weight. So, again, great for spinning. Even in the backcountry though with that nose and tail profile, it allows you to land in that powder or manky snow and still stay on top, not ragdoll. Atmosphere Clothing did the graphics for this snowboard. Its one of our artist collection snowboards and you will find this really ties in a lot to what they do with their clothing collection this year. If you want any additional specs on this snowboard, you can go to the website for waist width, construction, sidecut, it’s all there. The Rossignol Decoy snowboard.
My first board ever was a rossi. It was decent, I got new boards, then rode it a few years later and realized how terrible it was. I tried this board and it was much better. Rossi for a while in my area was seen as a rental fleet board, but more and more shredders are riding these on a regular basis. This specific board handled pretty much everything I threw at it. However, it felt kind of dead between the feet. It was not stiff, but just not very responsive. Definitely rideable and if you are on a budget this is something to consider. Most other brands still offer better boards though.
157 Rossignol Decoy midwide, paired with burton cartel bindings, and thirty two focus boa boots is my FAVORITE BOARD EVER BY FAR. This board is made for someone with a larger foot and all mountain/ freestyle approach. While it is great on the groomers, the shovel nose helps in smaller amounts of powder as well as butters. It has great pop in the pipe and on jumps and is decent for rails and boxes. My favorite parts about the board are the amount of pop and the durable base which held up all of my 155 days on the hill last year. I strongly recommend this board, specifically this year. Cheers!
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