Boards Men's Freestyle Snowskate
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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.
Details of Men's Freestyle Snowskate
|Suggested weight (KG & LBS)||50 TO 90KG / 110 TO 200LBS|
|Flex rate||FLEX 10/10|
|Rocker Camber||AMPTEK AUTO-TURN|
|Base density||1320 EXTRUDED|
Why choose the Men's Freestyle Snowskate
INTENSITY TECHNOLOGY: Rossignol's three award-winning rocker/camber blends are each tailored to a specific riding style. AmpTek AUTO TURN features softer tips and a softer waist with 20% camber between the feet for dependable edge grip and stability, and 80% rocker at the tip and tail for a playful, easy ride in any terrain or snow conditions.
Rossignol snowboard FLEX ratings range from softest (1) to stiffest (10) so you can select the best flex pattern for your skill and riding style. Softer boards are easier to manipulate, stiffer boards offer more power and stability.
Featured in sidewalls or built into splitboard cores, ABS provides enhanced durability while keeping the core safe from moisture.
Has greater elongation before break than carbon and comes in multiple weights and weavings, making it our #1 choice for customized flex and torsional resistance. Glass fiber also stabilizes the mechanical properties of our wood cores over time.
A symmetrical flex, stiffer under the binding areas for better pop and balance underfoot with a softer waist for easy manipulation and control.
Our standard WOOD core features a single type of wood vertically laminated to give you durability and comfort without breaking the bank.