It makes your Quiver, quiver
It's funny, I bet you never thought you would end up on a snowboard made by your dad's ski company. Well, either did I. The truth is you'll wonder why you hadn't tried a Rossignol Snowboard earlier. The Angus has Camber Between the feet and rocker from the bolts to the tips. Unlike a lot of boards with rockered tips, you don't have to land "skate style" on the bolts. The S-Tips help give the Angus stiff enough tips to back seat some features as needed. It has a great clean look with killer graphics, if youre into that sort of thing. I'm 5'8" 165 and I rock the 157 for a bigger board. I can still jib and cruise through the park but most of the day is spent else where on the mountain when I'm on the 157. This is a no excuse kind of board. The "I'm on my park board... I think I'm gonna pass" when your looking into a chute, is no longer accepted. Bomb the chute right into the park and then do it again.