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  • Dave Says

    Here at The House talking about one of the snowboard I sell the most, it is Rossignol Alias snowboard. A lot of bang for the buck with this snowboard. If you are looking to get into freestyle or if you have been doing it for a second, this is a great one to check out because we have got to say it has really good presence on the web.
    What makes it different from all the other twins is it has a deep progressive side cut. So this one is actually a great jump snowboard, also it is good in hard pack as well too. It still has a softer nose and tail and so can have its own boxes and rails. It has got a side wall construction which is going to take a lot of rail and box damage, also it is going to hook up really good on icy hard pack conditions.
    The base is a combo base, we have got the subliminated ptex here and in the center you do have die cut inlay as well. It is a really, really good bang for the buck, so rating on this one, 1 for soft deck and 10 for something we take to Alaska, I would place it in like a 4 or 5. So the Rossignol Alias snowboard is definitely intended for all around intermediate to advanced freestyle and like I said one of my best sellers, do get on it.

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Great base for the price
Im not sure if you will find a fast board for this price. Sintered bases are usually on more expensive boards. Rare to see in boards under 200. I would recommend this board for this reason alone. It is a fun board to learn on and progress with . You wont outgrow too fast.
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October 13, 2013

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Because its cheap and because I can get it fast! Thanks The House!
Anthony V on Dec 14, 2013
I needed a snowboard... hope this helps!
Alice W on Nov 29, 2013
awseome deal ! love the color
John C on Dec 5, 2013

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