2014 Rossignol Trickstick Review
The 2014 Rossignol Trickstick snowboard continues it’s tradition of getting a highly rated Shred Cred despite being under $300. When we’re on snow and testing snowboards the 3 things we disregard are price, graphics, and durability. We wish we could test durability, but it’s not possible yet.
The 96 Shred Cred is because the Rossignol Trickstick’s soft flex is perfect for all around park riding. It’s soft enough to easily press and butter jib features yet it still has enough stability to land 60ft jumps. It’s light under foot and like many really good jib snowboards you can feel everything going on the snow. This does have some drawbacks because it’s not very damp and can get a little chattery at high speeds.
In all the Rossignol Trickstick is playful and stable all around park snowboard that happens to be an excellent value too.
Does Board Insiders recommend this snowboard? 3 Yes
Would we buy this snowboard? 3 Yes
Shred Cred 96
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The TRICKSTICK AMPTEK is an award-winning freestyle deck with jaw-dropping ease-of-use that “can take on big jumps, Superpipes and everything else.” AmpTek Auto Turn combines slight camber between the inserts, with higher tip and tail rocker, providing smooth full-length edge grip and playful freestyle performance. Combined with a softer symmetrical flex, the true-twin Trickstick is easy to manipulate, enhancing board control whether floating lofty spins, tweaking your grab or buttering slopestyle boxes.
Available Sizes 151, 154, 158
All Around Park
AmpTek Auto Turn Rocker 20% Camber, 80% Rocker
Wood 6420 Core