|Core:||Wood 6420 Core|
|Manufacturer Warranty:||1 Year|
Description: Rossignol Retox Amptek Snowboard 153
Get jib-nasty with the Rossignol Retox Amptek Snowboard. With it's ultra blunt tips for low swing weight and AmpTek Freestyle camber for mega pop and stable landings the Retox makes any rail, box or log more jibalicious than ever before.
- Shape: True Twin w/ AmpTek Freestyle Camber
- Core: Wood 6420 Core
- Base: 4400 Base
- Range: Intermediate to Expert
- FLEX: 6 out of 10
- Illustration by Ken Marshall aka KENNYBANZAI.
|Effective Edge (cm)||103||106||109||112|
|Tip Width (cm)||29.1||29.4||29.7||30|
|Tail Width (cm)||29.1||29.4||29.7||30|
|Waist Width (cm)||24.8||25||25.2||25.4|
Customer Reviews | Add Your Review!
The Rossignol Retox is one of the best boards around. A few of my coworkers headed out to a clinic to get the whole sales pitch on why we should be buying rossi and blah blah. The real reason I was there was to demo a few decks. The retox, jipsaw, and angus. By far, the retox is still my favorite rockered board because of it's ease around the midwest. Transitions from edge to edge are easy and speed is not an issue with it. Overall amazing board and I can't wait to buy mine to add to the 2010 and the 2011 I own.
"2012 Rossi Retox"
I demoed the 2012 Rossignol Retox 153 last spring in Killington's Timberline Park. I am a low level park rider but I did like the Retox. I found it easy to butter. It was easier to board slide than any other board I tried. It also popped up onto boxes nicely. My all mountain board is a 161 and is better all mountain but this board did pretty well generally ripping on the groomed runs. If buy a board for park use I would buy the Retox.