Who needs a quiver when you can ride the One Mag?
- Magne-Traction technology cuts through crud, increases board feel, and response
- Rossignol�s WoodCK technology adds carbon and KEVLAR� fibers to core for pop and response
- Engineered flex pattern for peak-to-park versatility
- Future Snowboarding Magazine Top 10 All-Mountain Board
Share your thoughts
hi there,does anyone know if the 2010 157mw...
hi there,does anyone know if the 2010 157mw onemag ever come with reversed topsheet graffics ( wood colour top half ,black diagonal strip and wood bottom half,without carbon strips visual ? ) theres a second hand one in good nick but the pics shown are as ive described. - cheers mat
wow! Magnetractiion is for real...
Tried my new board out today in NC and it is great. It is so easy to turn and carves with confidence. Perfect flex, nice feel when it pops in and out of turns. Fast base - glides easy on the flats. Highly recommend for an intermediate rider that has grown out of your starter board and wants to get better. I was riding a Burton Blunt 2006...now it feels busted. Wish I had my One Mag when I was in Park City last month! BTW...last year of One Mag with regular camber.
One Mag Lover
I have the 2008-2009 159 One Mag and I am now enjoying my second season. I'm 43 yrs young, riding for 10 years, and 5'11" 180lbs. This is everything an intermediate east-coast rider could ask for. I have had it to the Poconos and Vermont and this thing has improved my riding skills 10 fold. It holds an edge in all that ice we get here in the east and will make you a better rider. The deep powder at Jay Peak VT was just as sick on this thing. Good quality board for the money.
I was on a 2001 GNU Carbon Highbeam 156. What a difference!
The legendary Pouch, having a blast in the deep stuff on the 1mag...
This is an epic board, one of the best in the rossi line up in my opinion. After riding with magne-traction i don't think i'll be going back to a straight edge. The Magne edge give you incredible hold on ice and hard packed snow, and when you're riding back-country you'll be happy to have it when you hit some variable snow. This would be the 1 board i would choose for everything. Park, powder, pipe, groomers, ect.