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So versatile, it’s scary.

The Rossignol Angus Snowboard combines all the advantages of a rocker camber and traditional camber into one unique ride. Float through pow with ease without the dread of a loose-feeling board on the hardpack back to the lift.
  • AmpTek (Amplification Technology) combines traditional camber between the feet and rocker camber rising from the feet at the tip and tail
  • Stiff tail gives this board the solid platform for huge landings of big cliff drops, backcountry booters, and terrain park tables
  • Moderate flex in the middle provides stability at high speed, both on edge and when you lay it flat
  • Softer flex in the nose enhances float in pow and makes for easy nose presses
  • Bred from Rossignol�s global art project with evil graphics that�ll scare the hell out of Lucifer himself
  • Directional-twin shape makes riding switch just as smooth as regular
  • 2D Stone structured sintered 4400 base is ready to slide on any snow condition

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5 5

loving angus

I love this board.. its my everything board! powder days, park days, groomers, what ever I throw at it. It takes. I gotta admit the nose is soft when you come down on those awkward landings.. but other than that. it kills!

Is it easy to slip back in landings with...

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Is it easy to slip back in landings with this board like i think it is with my my lib-tech Mullet, (wich is a banana powder board) or does it have good support in the tail? my choice stands between the angus 157 or the lib-tech dark series 158.....but i can't decide wich one to choose, i'm interrested in a agressive freestyle-powder board, any suggestions for other boards?

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This board is unbelievably sick, I can't believe it's still in stock. Do yourself a favor and scoop this thing up. There are many stance options available in any brand of bindings.

I am beginner/intermediate; am 6'1" and...

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I am beginner/intermediate; am 6'1" and 170lbs. What length should i get?

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Well if you ride a lot of park then I would say go for something along the lines of a 153-155. But if you like to cruise all over and still take it into the park from time to time then go for something like a 154/156. The thing with most reverse cambered decks is that it allows you to ride up to 5cm shorter than your average deck. So its really up to you on how long of a deck you want. But stay within the 152-156 area just so you wont be thinkin you're gonna snap it every time you come to a steep or huge booter. Im 6' 165lbs and I ride a Rome Machine 154W for my everyday/everything deck, but thats just because the deck rides like that and handles anything you throw at it. Hope this helps

4 5

KICK AARSSS

Well this board is great! I have the 153 and it kills all around.. straights (no loose feeling), pow (floats so nice), park (no prob on the rails and stable on the jumps)... etc.. no problem. Super FUN board! It is very stable at high speeds and charging down the mountain. I am very impressed. The only thing is everyone sells this board for 399 and Backcountry sells it for 429?

how long is this board in feet

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how long is this board in feet

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well for what size? ill tell you that a 157 is about 5 feet tall

4 5

Rossignol Angus Snowboard

This board is perfect for the beginner or intermediate rider. It is mostly reverse camber with a touch of traditional camber in between the binding inserts. This makes for a super easy ride in many ways. It's contact points are in between you're feet and it pivots on a dime. The reverse camber makes it float effortlessly in powder and chop snow. For my riding style, I think this board is much too flexy and has too much reverse camber to make it a "hard charging" big mountain board... But for some one who like's to "play" in the powder and park it is perfect.

Rossignol Angus Snowboard
4 5

Fun and easy to ride

This board is perfect for the beginner or intermediate rider. It is mostly reverse camber with a touch of traditional camber in between the binding inserts. This makes for a super easy ride in many ways. It's contact points are in between you're feet and it pivots on a dime. The reverse camber makes it float effortlessly in powder and chop snow. For my riding style, I think this board is much too flexy and has too much reverse camber to make it a "hard charging" big mountain board... But for some one who like's to "play" in the powder and park it is perfect.

Fun and easy to ride
5 5

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Rode this in the 153 and 157, 5'7" 155lb., both sizes worked awesome, the 157 for pow- turns are amazingly easy. Takes a few turns to find your center between the feet but once you dial in it is like nothing you have ever ridden! There is a reason this board was #2 overall and best of test for all-mtn in Snowboarder Mag!!

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