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Pow in the morning and park & pipe after lunch? The Rossignol Women’s Diva Mag Snowboard does it all and then some.

Want proof that the Rossignol Women’s Diva Mag Snowboard is real deal? This directional twin tip all-mountain snowboard has already won both the Good Wood and Future Snowboard MVP awards. Magne-traction edges grip hard surfaces like a greedy child and give you the most modern edge technology to keep you on your edge and riding. Rossignol’s WoodCK core includes carbon and Kevlar to improve pop and stability at high speeds, so you can focus on jibing your favorite feature rather than whether or not your board can handle getting through the chop.

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5 5

It's a keeper

Having experienced all kinds of snow conditions now, I would highly recommend this board to beginning and intermediate riders. It holds and excellent grip on icey/crusty conditions which the magna traction technology should. It is light and has a nice pop nature made jumps. On spring style snow and corduroy, it rides like a well oiled machine. On powder and cat tracks, a slight lean on your back foot gives you a smooth float. Be sure chat with a gear head for the correct size - longer was better for me.

4 5

waiting for love

The gems and sticker are a little over the top but the rest of the board is gorgeous. Because North Idaho lacks serious snow at this point, the true test of the board's abilities hasn't happened. Some indoor training has shown that it is light with great flex without being a wet noodle. Will update soon.