|Type:||Freestyle, All Mountain|
|Core:||Wood 5620 Core|
|Ability Level:||Entry Level, Intermediate|
|Manufacturer Warranty:||1 Year|
Description: Rossignol District Amptek Snowboard
It doesn't have to cost an arm and a leg to get great alpine performance under your feet on the slopes when you pick up the Rossignol District Amptek Snowboard for men this season. In a twin tip shape and centered stance, this board has a symmetrical feel and even flex that makes riding switch and throwing tricks easy, and with a deep progressive sidecut, you can lay it on rail and carve up the hill without sliding out. Built with a lightweight wood core in an AmpTek Auto Turn Rocker profile that blends the pop and responsiveness of camber with the flotation and easy turn initiation of rocker, the District Snowboard can take on anything you point it down.
- AmpTek Auto Turn Rocker
- Wood 5620 Core
- Deep Progressive Sidecut
- 1320 Extruded Base
|Running Length (cm)||101||105||109||113|
|Tip Width (cm)||28.85||29.11||29.43||29.65|
|Tail Width (cm)||28.85||29.11||29.43||29.65|
|Waist Width (cm)||24.6||24.8||25||25.2|
P.S: Sorry for my bad english.
Generally boards with a 161cm length have a weight range of 155-200 lbs. You're outside the bottom of the weight range.
The Wide version of the Rossignol District will be good if you have size 11+ boots.
You could grow into the board, or get another one. If you're comfortable riding the District, keep riding it.
I am sorry your question some how got overlooked. This is my bad. A lot of your question is personal preference, however, this might be a bit short. For more stability look at something in the 160's. Also if your shoe size is a 12 or larger, you will want to look at "Wide" boards. Our product specialists can help you sort all of this out. firstname.lastname@example.org