|Type:||Freestyle, All Mountain, Freeride|
|Recommended Use:||Intermediate, Advanced|
Description: Rossignol Angus Midwide Snowboard
If you have a beef with the snowboards that Rossignol makes you clearly have not experience the Rossignol Angus snowboard. This all-mountain board uses Rossignol''s Amptek camber combining the technologies used in rocker cambers and traditional cambers so you can float in powder and carve up groomers with just as much ease. They use a full wood core and a sintered base on the directional twin to give you just the right amount of pop while maintaining great durability.
- All Mountain
- Ampteck Camber
- Directional Twin
- Progressive Radius (7 to 9m)
- Sintered 7500 Stone Ground
- Wood CK Core
Here at The House talking about definitely one of the most-awarded snowboards of the year, the Rossignol Angus Snowboard. Just like a juicy burger, this is a really satisfying snowboard.
What you're looking at, is Rossignol's Amptek construction, new form this year... What it does is it takes a very mellow camber through the center of the snowboard, the traditional arching like so. But then it puts it into a reverse camber or rocker after the nose and the tail. Definitely kind of the best of both worlds. You got a snowboard that's very responsive, very powerful, very poppy but still really good for presses... really good at powering through uneven terrain or powder conditions. Truly, kind of a swiss army knife for snowboards.
Something that will do everything, a tool for everything. Definitely, looking at the high-end construction of this one, you got sidewall, full wrapping metal edge, extruded base... Pretty cool artwork on this one definitely. They do a subliminated graphic... the ptek on this one is really, really clear. From there, it's got progressive sidecut. They blend a few different radiuses together on this one so it makes it a really responsive carving snowboard. Also hooks up a little better on icy-hard patch terrain so it kinda goes with their all-terrain versatility of the reverse camber, giving you the feel of the good stuff that the progressive sidecut gain the grip on the crap that we ride up here in the mid-west.
From there, you've got directional/twin shape. Can be ridden as a directional or as a twin. Once again, alternating versatility built into the snowboard for sure. But yeah, this snowboard is just lighting up the top 10s this year. You should definitely, definitely give one a whirl. Rossignol Angus Snowboard.