Trick Tips snowboard episodes
|Base density||Sintered 4400|
|Range||Advanced to Pro|
|Tips||Radius to Flat|
|Waist||250mm - 263mm|
|Sidecut||Magne-Traction 7S, 7.1 to 7.5m|
|Rocker camber||AmpTek Freestyle|
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 JIBSAW MAGTEK:
I bought this board to mess around on when the slopes weren't ideal. I'm 6' tall, 160lbs and got a 155 reg just for the fun of it. I made the mistake of underestimating what this deck could actually do. Not even the early thin snow and icy conditions could slow this board down. The sintered base makes this board fly. I passed over rocks and branches causing only a few minor scratches on the bottom. Stiff ends and a buttery center with a camber/rocker profile made for a surprisingly smooth ride over uneven terrain, and that Magne-Traction edge just won't quit. Incredible control at speeds for a stubby board on hard pack. Not quite built for hard charging, but does everything else surprisingly well (even made it out when I dabbled in what little powder I could find).
Bottom line: Very fun deck with a lot of personality and versitility
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