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Are you  tired of companies claiming to make 'all-mountain freestyle' boards? The Rossignol Angus AmpTek Snowboard blends the mid-stiff, carvy feel of an all-mountain board with the light, poppy, playful feel of a freestyle board so seamlessly that we aren't really sure what else to call it. AmpTek all-mountain rocker puts camber between the bindings for edge power when you need it and rocker at the tips for a forgiving, playful feel and gobs of flotation in powder. The result is one of the few boards that we actually feel comfortable calling 'all-mountain freestyle.'

  • Amptek All-mountain Rocker is camber between the feet and rocker at the tip and tail for flotation and playfulness combined with pop and tons of edge control
  • Glass fiber and Aramid construction gives you a stiff, lightweight ride and bombproof durability
  • S-Tips carbon fiber strips branch at the tip and tail for explosive pop
  • THCore is lightweight and ultra-durable so you don't lose all your pop halfway through the season
  • Softer tips and a stiffer waist for a playful feel with tons of edge control
  • True twin shape for predictable turns and easy switch riding
  • Sintered 4400 Base is fast and doesn't require a ton of maintenance

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5 5

LOVE this board, my 3rd season on it

I own the 2011 Angus and it's been an amazing all mountain board. I live in Utah and ride about once a week. I love the camber, I feel it's the best all-mountain camber for someone who just enjoys riding top to bottom in a variety of terrain. I'm not a park rider, so I cannot comment on that. It's been great in powder, turns like a champ on a groomer, and basically performs to my expectations (or better) in every situation I've put it through. I'm 6', 175lbs, SZ12 Burton boots, so I'm riding the 162-Wide version.
As far as durability goes, I only have one issue which was caused by me. It slid off a rack and fell onto it's side on concrete which caused about a 1" area to delaminate from the impact. I've ridden it an entire season like this and it has not gotten worse, so I think that proves it's well made and durable.

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  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I bought one of these last year, and within two months the board literally cracked and could have easily been snapped in two. I sent it back to rossignol, who quickly replaced it, and not a month later the same thing happened again. The crazy part is neither time did this happen on a specific drop or jump, both times I just looked down in the middle of the run and spotted a huge crack in the topsheet. Basically if you want a durable board, don't get this thing.

5 5

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 you’re 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.

It makes your Quiver, quiver
5 5

No Excuse Board

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 you?re 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.

No Excuse Board