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Rossignol Temptation Amptek Snowboard - Womens

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Specs

Type: Freeride, All Mountain, Freestyle
Shape: Directional
Camber: Hybrid, AmpTek AutoTurn Camber
Flex: Soft
Width: Regular
Mounting Pattern: 4x4
Sidewall Type: Sidewall
Core: Wood 5620
Base: Extruded
Sidecut: Radial
Stance Setback: None
Recommended Use: Entry Level, Intermediate
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: Rossignol Temptation Amptek Snowboard - Womens

The Rossignol Temptation Amptek Snowboard is designed for the farer shredder on the slopes. This all-mountain board features a directional shape with AmpTek Auto Turn Camber that will make it an easy deck to handle, yet great enough to put your skills to use when gliding down the powder. Whether you're just beginning or have some experience, this will suit your needs. So before you think about getting back on the mountain, get a Temptation Amptek Snowboard to make the most of it.

Key Features of the Rossignol Temptation Amptek Snowboard:
  • Shape: Directional w/AmpTek AutoTurn Camber
  • Core: Wood 5620
  • Base: Extruded 3300
  • Range: Beginner to Intermediate
  • Flex: 4 out of 10
Dimensions
Length (cm) 139 143 148 153
Effective Edge (cm) 101 105 110 114
Tip Width (cm) 27.3 27.3 28.02 28.42
Tail Width (cm) 27.3 27.3 28.02 28.42
Waist Width (cm) 23 23 23.4 23.8
Sidecut (m) 6.5 6.9 7.1 7.5

Temptation Amptek


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Jumps or just carving around. This board is great at any style. This is 2012 version and Im happy I got it as I got a sweet deal because it isnt the newest model. I dont need the latest and greatest, id rather get the discount on a fab board
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January 13, 2012
Great beginner board
This thing was just floating over everything, even the slushy snow, and was overwhelmed by the responsiveness of this board. I had been use to too big, hard-to-turn boards. It��s very forgiving with mistakes. I have avoided nasty falls on icy flat surfaces because the edges grip like glue. And when I get scared and hesitate, a flick of my hips gets me on my comfy side right quick. AWESOME board.
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April 3, 2014

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Nice design, I don't like too girly-looking boards, good price. Was looking for a board I could advance as a beginner from
Karen L on Dec 31, 2013
Would this board in 143cm work well for a beginner who is 5'4" and 100lbs? I am looking to learn how to carve and cruise down the mountain, not so much about doing jumps yet.
Karen L on Dec 31, 2013
Best Answer: Yes, I think this board will do well. I am a beginner and have the 148cm (I'm 5'3", 135lbs with really long feet though so I opted for the bigger size board). The board responds well and will allow you to carve and cruise easily. Just a fair warning, this board is FAST! You will pick up a lot of speed and quickly, so definitely get your plowing ability down early. I hope you love this board as much as I do. Happy shredding!
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Hi there, I'm a beginner, just locked down carving so I want a good set-up that can help me get better. This is my first board! I just ordered this and was wondering what sort of bindings would work really well with this board?
Gayle G on Feb 25, 2014
Best Answer: Gayle G. I bought this board for my GF last year and unfortunately had to return it because I forgot she's goofy :/ ....so I can't say for sure which bindings work best.

However, generally speaking, just about any binding will work for you. It's usually not an issue, but I would just check the waist width of your board and compare that to the length of the bindings your looking at to make sure the bindings aren't too big. Like I said, rarely an issue unless you have big feet and a narrow board :)

Because you're still developing your chops, and therefore, probably staying on the groomers for the most part, I would look for some bindings with medium to soft stiffness. Essentially softer bindings are more pliable and have more torsional flex which equates to a more forgiveness to movement in your feet/legs making for a softer, smoother ride. Park/freestyle riders tend to like really soft bindings because it makes it a little easier to recover a shaky or uneven landing; softer bindings give a little more maneuverability to the rider. Back-country/powder riders tend to like stiffer bindings because it transfers more movement of your feet/legs directly to the board to help moving in deeper snow/narrow terrain; stiffer bindings give more control to the rider.

Again, given that you're still developing your technique, a medium to soft binding will go well with your Rossy. Having a little more stiffness in the board will help you on those hardpack groomers, with a softer binding giving you more maneuverability and forgiveness for less than perfect turns :) Good luck and enjoy your board!!!!
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