Trick Tips snowboard episodes
|Core||Wood CBF1 w/Aramid|
|Base density||Sintered 4400|
|Range||Intermediate to Pro|
|Tips||Progressive Radius 420|
|Waist||250mm to 264mm|
|Sidecut||Magne-Traction 7M, 7.5 to 8.5m|
|Rocker camber||AmpTek All-Mountain|
Generally, a snowboard is chosen according to a rider’s weight, ability and riding style. A shorter snowboard will be more manageable and easier to maneuver – great for beginners, lighterweight, or more freestyle-oriented riders. A longer snowboard will be faster and more stable – great for heavier, more advanced, or aggressive freeriders.
For more freestyle-oriented performance: size between your shoulder and chin.
For more freeride-oriented performance: size between your chin and nose or above.
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Comments about Rossignol ONE MAGTEK WIDE:
This is my go to every day board. Living in Utah there are always little powder stashes that can be found and having a board that can float, maneuver easily, and rip through crud, as well as give me the option to carve on groomers, ride switch, and allow me to throw a few park jumps in my day makes it suitable for any conditions at any resort.
Having a larger foot the wide board reduces toe and heel drag, and provides a little more stability in the pow.
The One Magtek is a great board and I would recommend it to any intermediate to advanced rider!
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