Rossignol Angus Review

2011 Rossignol Angus AmpTek Snowboard

This is the Rossignol Angus all-mountain freestyle oriented snowboard for the intermediate to expert rider. This board comes in mid-ride options and has won a couple of awards. It has won the Transworld Snowboarding Good Word award and it also has won Snowboarders Best of Test. This directional shape twin tip board is unique because the nose and the tail are the exact same shape up stands is a setback meaning it is a directional twin board.

Rossignol All Mountain AmpTek profile has a camber of 1.5 mm the middle and underneath the bindings, the board will gradually start to rock up. It has a progressive sidecut radius meaning that when you go into turns the metal or sidecut radius will gradually get you into the turns and it has a more aggressive sidecut radius coming out of turns. It’s almost like an egg shift. Medium flex is great for that all mountain snowboarder. The nose, the midsection and the tail all have a flex rating of an 8. The wood laminated core runs tip to tail and there is carbon fibers and Kevlar stringers that run both on the center of the board and on the rails of the board. The sintered 4400 base is going to absorb a lot of wax and stay very, very fast. As you can see this graphic is pretty dark and pretty cool. That’s right, Rossignol Angus AmpTek Snowboard for the all-mountain freestyle rider.

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