2014 Rossignol Angus Snowboard Review
The 2014 Rossignol Angus snowboard is a true all-mountain snowboard. It’s got a medium to medium/stiff flex that’s easy to turn, carve and is quick edge to edge, but not built to butter. It has enough dampening and stability that you felt like you could go fast, it since it has 60% rocker it’s still a little loose in the handling. Because of this it’s not the best on ice, (could use some Magne-Traction), but that’s about it for the bad.
In all the 2014 Rossignol Angus snowboard had a natural feeling turn shape that commanded almost any terrain we threw in front of it. It hucked lips and plowed through chop with the best of them.
Snowboard graphic art by Takeo Hiromitsu.
Does Board Insiders recommend this snowboard? 3 Yes
Would we buy this snowboard? 3 Yes
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From Rossignol Snowboards
The ANGUS AMPTEK is a powerful all-mountain deck with hard-charging freestyle versatility. AmpTek All-Mountain combines traditional camber between the inserts with moderate tip and tail rocker for increased power, stability and float. S-Tip technology delivers explosive pop and increased shock absorption, while making the stiffer symmetrical flex easy-to-manipulate for enhanced board control. So send ‘er off natural features, float down pillow lines and hold an edge in between, the Angus is a powerful true-twin that adapts to all conditions.
Available Sizes 153, 155, 157, 158W, 159, 161, 162W
AmpTek All-Mountain, 60% Rocker 40% Camber
Regular & Wide
Wood, S-tips, Aramid (Kevlar®), Carbon
Die-cut Sintered 4400