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Rossignol Trickstick CYT Amptek Snowboard

Rossignol Trickstick CYT Amptek Snowboard
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Description: Rossignol Trickstick CYT Amptek Snowboard

For ultimate control and style, check out the Rossignol Trickstick CYT AmpTek Snowboard 158 for men. The Trickstick has the shape, flex and bend profile to set the park ablaze. Whether you're talking about style, equipment, terrain or graphics, snowboarding has always been about expressing your individuality and riding your heart out. Scratch off the Trickstick matte overprint to reveal some or all of the graphics below for a customizable style you'll love. With a true twin shape with AmpTek AutoTurn Rocker, you will have versatility in your riding and float and pop with ease in all conditions with this durable board.

Key Features of Rossignol Trickstick CYT Amptek Snowboard:
  • 20% Camber/ 80% Rocker
  • 4/ 10 Flex
  • Shape: True Twin with AmpTek AutoTurn Rocker
  • Flex: Twin Freestyle
  • Tips: CYT Progressive Radius 380
  • Waist: 248 to 262mm
  • Sidecut: 7.1 to 7.9m Deep Progressive
  • Core: Wood 6420
  • Base: Extruded 4400
  • Range: Intermediate to Expert
Size (cm) 151 154 158
Running Length (cm) 109 112 116
Tip Width (cm) 29.28 29.48 29.68
Tail Width (cm) 29.28 29.48 29.68
Waist Width (cm) 24.8 25.0 25.2
Sidecut (m) 7.1 7.5 7.9

Trickstick CYT Amptek

4.6 / 5.0
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Son loves it
Bought for my son for Christmas. His first snowboard - he spent the day on it last week and had a great time. Thanks service help at The House for helping me pick a great starter board for him.
January 5, 2015
1 year ago
it does the job
It does the job, though wish the board had more flex.
November 2, 2014
over 2 years ago
Flex is the best part of this deck. Softy and gushy without being to messing. Really a fun board for all levels
October 14, 2013
epic snowboard
GREAT snowboard nice flex very cool looking very forgiving great for rails and jumps and powder just a really great snowboard highly recommended . cant wait tell next season
April 20, 2016
laramie, WY, US
Age: 15-24
My new favorite board
I bought it about a month and a half ago and just got to use it this weekend. It took a few times down the slopes (and falls) to get used to it but once I learned how it rides I tore the hill up. I had never done any jibbing before today and doing it on this board was super easy. I learned how to use boxes really quickly and by the end of the day was hitting them like I had been for years. Definitely recommend this board for someone looking to get into the park and learning.
January 1, 2016
Tupelo, MS, US
Age: 15-24

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Why did you choose this? Store
looking for a smaller, smoother board to ride and the price was right
Stephanie L on Jan 20, 2016
Been looking for a first board for a while and saw this beauty and thought, "Hey that is a great looking board." Also saw that it had some great reviews and thought it would last me a while.
Matthew H on Nov 20, 2015
looking for a smaller, smoother board to ride and the price was right
Stephanie L on Jan 20, 2016
PRIMITIVO R on Dec 6, 2015
Been looking for a first board for a while and saw this beauty and thought, "Hey that is a great looking board." Also saw that it had some great reviews and thought it would last me a while.
Matthew H on Nov 20, 2015
Needed a beginner board and this one was decently priced.
Calhoun H on Jan 24, 2015
Cheap hybrid board. Good rep.
ryan b on Jan 23, 2014
board was sick. had to get it
Edward T on Dec 21, 2013
Good value for an intermediate/advanced level park board.
Bart B on Dec 9, 2013
Kevin D on Dec 6, 2013
Designed specifically for freestyle. Good price for Intermediate to advance hybrid rocker.
ilya p on Dec 2, 2013
i liked it
Daniel M on Nov 22, 2013
PRIMITIVO R on Dec 6, 2015
Needed a beginner board and this one was decently priced.
Calhoun H on Jan 24, 2015
I'm 5 foot 10 and weight 135 pounds what's the best size board for me I rode a 151 last time I went snowboarding and I loved it is that a good size board for my weight and size?
Zachary B on Mar 10, 2014
BEST ANSWER: The board doesn't know how tall you are, it only knows your weight. I weigh 135 lbs also and i currently have a 152 cm board but would not hesitate to buy a 151 cm board. For your weight I would recommend 151-153 or maybe 154 depending on your riding style.
What is the difference between a Rossignol Trickstick Amptek and a Rossignol Trickstick CYT Amptek?
TayWains on Dec 25, 2014
BEST ANSWER: The only difference is the CYT tip on the Trickstick CYT Snowboard.
I just got a Rossi trickstick CYT w the "removable" matte. How do I scratch off the matte to reveal more graphic?
Shawn F on Feb 11, 2015
That is a unique snowboard option for sure. I would not necessarily recommend it, but you could use some steel wool or sand paper to remove the matte finish.
I am about 180lbs and size 10. Would a 154cm work for me or should i got MW?
tmoney on Feb 6, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Good answers. No need for a wide board. You will need a larger size than 154cm and unfortunately that is the largest that we have at the moment. I can help you find another board if you like.
I am 5'7" 180 lbs roughly and wear a size 10 boot with k2 cinch Ctc bindings... would the 154cm board be compatible with all that?
kevin f on Mar 10, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I'm the same height and I way 165 lbs with 10.5" boots. The way my bindings are configured (10 and 2 o' clock) my toes hang over about a half and inch.

You should be fine with what you have.

If the slight toe overhang is going to bother you, than go with the 154 mid-wide. I hope this helps.
I have size 12 feet. Would the 158 be okay for me even though it isn't wide?
Luke W on Jan 31, 2015
BEST ANSWER: What boots do you have? If you have boots that have the Shrinkage Footprint Reduction technology like the Burton Ambush then you absolutely don't need a wide. I wear a size 11 with this board at 158 and there's room for a bigger boot.
What year was this board released?
Derek0614 on Mar 9, 2016
BEST ANSWER: This line of Trick sticks I think goes back to 2k11 upto 2k14 I rode the ever living out of this board through thin spring conditions and fluffy night hikes while working a mountain in NM and loved every minute! I even got my wife on a Rossi from a Burton and she is in so much more control of her board now her confidence is through the roof!
Can you put binding that are for sizes 8-11 boots?
A shopper on Dec 14, 2014
BEST ANSWER: I have LARGE size bindings on this board and it works great. I take this board everywhere!
Hi. I am 5'10 and weigh about 170 pounds. This is my fist board, So I am not sure what size to get. what size board do you recommend? Thank you in advance.
Vicken on Jan 11, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Most of what your asking depends on your weight. After you consider how much you weigh, then you want to think about what you're going to do with your snowboard. If you ride mostly in the park, then you might want a shorter snowboard for more nose to tail control. If you ride powder or freeride most of the time, then you're going to want a little longer board for speed and be able to float the powder. I would say somewhere around a 155-157 for your weight.
Would this board be wide enough for a size 11 boot?
A shopper on Dec 17, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Yes. Ensure you get a large style binding with the toe raised. You will be able to tell the difference from a binding with or without the raised toe.
I weigh 145 lbs, what size board should I get?
Derek0614 on Mar 9, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Board size is more about a riders height than weight. A good rule is to look for a board that is about the height of your chin. Longer for a more stable, mountain ride and shorter for a more agile, park oriented ride.
How does this board compare to the Ride Manic?
Steven B on Oct 3, 2014
BEST ANSWER: I've never rode a ride manic...ride/k2 is not for me...i've had warranty issues with them. But i can tell you that i like this board. its buttery and poppy. the price is right. the only thing i don't care for is that it does not have full wrap edges. the base material is stronger than other buttery board i've rode. all in all i do like it a lot. i ride big mountain (taos) and this board does it for me on the mountain, in the park, and in the back country.
Does this work well/ compatible with the Avalanche Summit Bindings?
MaxMurr on Dec 11, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Yes it would work well. It's a very flexible board so with the summit bindings there will be a lot of play. I have burton cartels on mine which are medium/hard stiffness and the board still is super buttery. Large/XL bindings will also fit on it
I'm 5 foot 7 and weigh 135 pounds what is the best size for me? I'm 15 so I am still growing but I don't want it to be too long I love going in the park
A shopper on Dec 18, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Hello, if you are focused on the park, the 151 would be a good size for you. If you are looking for a board to ride the entire mountain as well as the park, the 154 would be a good choice. Thank you.
I'm currently 5'11 and about 155 pounds what size should i get?
A shopper on Oct 7, 2016
Rossignol suggests that a 157 to 159 length board will be the most ideal for you depending on your style. You could possibly ride this Trickstick in a 154cm length, but I feel that it will be a little short.
Hey, this is going to be my second year snowboarding and I decided to buy a new board this year. I accidentally bought this board without realizing it was a freestyle board and I later figured out the type of riding I like is free ride. So do you think I should send it back to get a free ride board or will I be okay with this one?
Anthony D on Dec 8, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Hi Anthony,

Although the Rossignol Trickstick CYT Snowboard is categorized as a freestyle board, it still riders smoother than a lot of freeride specific boards.
WIth a deep progressive sidecut the board locks in turns and with an AutoTurn Rocker the board floats effortlessly in powder. It's surfy, buttery, and loose.
I went snowboarding for the first time the other day. I'm 5'7" 170 lbs. i usually wear a size 10.5 shoe but the place I rented from didn't have halves so I used a size 10 and it was a bit too small my toes were bunched up the whole day which was uncomfortable. But I reallt enjoyed my time and would actually like to take up snowboarding and buy my own stuff. I'm looking at boards and don't know exactly what to look for and get? Can anyone help? Thank you!
Chris P on Feb 22, 2015

Welcome to the world of snowboarding. As a beginner it all really comes down to what has been budgeted. Generally 50% of the total is spent on the board, 25% on boots, and the last 25% on bindings.

What's the budget?
Would the 151 be fine with Burton P1.1 bindings and a size 10.5 boot? Cause I want another board strictly for the park
A shopper on Oct 26, 2016