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Rossignol Krypto Magtek Midwide Snowboard


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Description: Rossignol Krypto Magtek Midwide Snowboard

Rossignol Krypto Magtek Midwide Snowboard is designed best for the taller men with larger feet. The bigger the feet the better the moves, and the best moves are done on the Rossignol Krypto Snowboard. The durable core is a wood and plexiglass hybrid giving the Rossignol Krypto Magtek Midwide Snowboard the right amount of flex and rock to glide over the snow no matter how thick the powder is. For intermediate riders who have trouble showing off their skills on smaller boards, Rossignol Krypto Magtek Midwide Snowboard is the solution you have been looking for.

Key Features of Rossignol Krypto Magtek Midwide Snowboard:
  • 40% Camber 60% Rocker
  • 9/10 Flex
  • Shape: Directional Twin w/AmpTek All-Mountain Rocker
  • Flex: Super Directional
  • Tips: Progressive Radius 770
  • Waist: 252mm to 261mm
  • Sidecut: 8.1 to 10.4m Magne-Traction 7M
  • Core: TwinWood3
  • Base: Sintered 7500
  • Range: Intermediate to Advanced
Length (cm) 164W 168W
Effective Edge (cm) 106.5 111
Tip Width (cm) 30.0 29.97
Tail Width (cm) 30.0 29.97
Waist Width (cm) 26.1 26.1
Sidecut (m) 9.6 10.4

Krypto Magtek Midwide

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My Go-To, One Quiver Board
I moved to Tahoe for two winter seasons, and can only have so much gear being both a skier and a snowboarder. I had to pick one board to ride last season and I chose this one. I had a friend whose opinion I respect tell me about the Jones board lineup and how Rossignol was building their boards until a few years ago. This is the same Jones board in the lineup with the Rossi graphics. I chose this one without carbon, and it is stiff enough for me at 6'3" 105. The graphics looked questionable on the net, but actually in person and with bindings I like the look of it quite a bit.

I rode the board in 2' of powder in little cottonwood, Utah and it was a blast. I was coming off a Burton Custom X wide which I loved and had normal camber. The early rise was a huge benefit to me over the old Burton I had. I like the feel of regular camber boards and this is the best of both for me. The rest of the season in Tahoe 2014 was a Junk Show and this board handled that too. I would have liked a shorter board for more jibbing but for an all around board for a guy of my size, the 168 Mid-Mide is awesome. Definitely can recommend this board in its larger size! Magne-Traction or whichever trade-marked serrated edge tech this board has is also a plus, definitely hooks up when you need it.
November 6, 2014
Age: 25-44
over 3 years ago

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Has nice reviews. Solid price for a board that is versatile. Can't wait to ride it!
Scott D on Jan 19, 2014
Has nice reviews. Solid price for a board that is versatile. Can't wait to ride it!
Scott D on Jan 19, 2014
Hey I'm 6'6" just beginning to board! Looking at buying this one but not sure what size to get since my shoe size is 13?
A shopper on Nov 19, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Would need to know your weight. If you are around 195 - 215lb, If suggest a 162 to 164 length and you will need a wider version. However, if your a beginner, Id suggest you dont get thins board. Get one of these:

Rossignol Circuit 161 mW
Rossignol Templar 162 mW

Id go with the Templar. It has a less aggressive 5 S magnetraction
Rossignol Krypto Magtek - size 11 boot and I'm 6'-0", should I get the 164cm wide krypto (26.1cm at waist), or the standard 163cm krypto (25.2cm at waist)??
scott s on Jan 27, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Hey Scott, the 25.2 should be fine. You could measure your boot as well, burton for instance is usually shorter than a normal length 11. Also, unless you're riding your bindings at 0 degrees, you'll be good. As a rough starting point I like the size calculator by "frostyrider" so just search snowboard size calculator and it'll come up, can't include links sorry. weight and board length are perhaps the most critical part.

If you weigh 200+ and want a little more float in powder I could see going wider, but this can also make the board stiffer, or feel a bit different initiating turns. I think board length is super important. like you, I could get away with the 25.2 but for my weight - 230lbs - i need longer boards 165+. I'm much more stable in carves, landings, and I get more float. best, matt
I just got my new Krypto, was wonding if I need to wax it before going for a ride?
Jenny on Dec 10, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Hello Jenny, The Krypto Magtek comes from the factory pre waxed. Thank you.
I'm 6' and weigh 180 lbs, boot size 1, so I was wondering if the mid wide 164cm is the right board for me?
A shopper on Dec 3, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I'm assuming you meant 'boot size 10'. And yes, I'd go with the mid-wide. I actually talked to someone at Rossignol's tech dept. to quiz them about going to the mid-wide, or the standard width. Anyone over a size 10 boot will be better served by the mid-wide. It's only about 1/2 wider at the waist, but that little extra really helps keep your toes/heels outta the chunder. BTW, it's an incredible board - the magna traction edges are a game changer.
I'm 6'6" and 195lbs. Was thinking about getting this board but wasn't sure of what size to get since my shoe size is 13?
Marty on Nov 19, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Hello Marty, you could ride either size they have the same waist width, it depends on where you ride and what you like to do on the mountain. The 164MW will be a bit more maneuverable than the 168MW - but the longer board will give you more float in the powder. Thanks.
Would my boots in size 12.5-13 fit this board ?
Haukur S on Feb 2, 2016
BEST ANSWER: This board is currently sold out. You would probably be able to ride the Midwide style however. A wide board would probably be the best option for you though.
OK, what is the difference between and wide and a mid wide snowboard?
Jenny on Dec 12, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Hi Jennifer. The difference is the width. A midwide board is recommended for riders with boots in the 9-10 range, while wide boards are recommended for those with 11+ size boots.