You've found The One.
- AmpTek All-Mountain uses 40% camber between your feet and 60% rocker in the nose/tail for a responsive, snappy ride that grips on groomers, but floats on top of the deep
- Magne-Traction serrated edges add contact points for improved edge control in all snow conditions (especially ice and hardpack)
- Sintered 4400 base for great glide in all snow conditions...Just don't forget to wax once in a while
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5' 11" 10.5 boot 179 lbs. should I do mw...
5' 11" 10.5 boot 179 lbs. should I do mw or non mw? Thanks
Whats your riding level? What are you going to use it for? I would get midwide if you want a mostly powder board... freestyle? then get non midwide...
intermediate. just learning to do ollies and butters. versatility would be the key for my needs.
Best of the Rocker Techs!
Note: This is the same board as last year, only new graphics...
What a fun board! I have rode a lot of boards this season and have to say that this one was the most fun! I rode the 161MW, in everything, and I can say that it performs! Even on a super deep day, I didn't switch out to my normal powder board. I think what sets this board apart is Rossignol's Amptek brand of rocker/camber approach. The board was forgiving at all speeds with the tip/tail rocker but was still able to hold high speed turns because of the traditional camber between the feet... not like V-rocker or BTX, which are rocker only. I am still not yet completely sold on the magne-traction, but it doesn't suck... all in all definitely the "one" board to have...
love it! Was a little nervous at first when I purchased the board because I do a little of everything on the hill, but so does this board! the flex is sick when you jib you feel like that is what this board was made for, but when you get those blessed days of fresh pow you feel like it was created for that very purpose! you wont regret this buy!