2016 Rossignol Jibsaw Snowboard Review
Due to low snow pack in the NW for the 2014-2015 season our plan was keep it simple and to do a park shoot-out. So when we asked for only park snowboards, Rossignol came through. They sent multiple sizes of every park and all-mtn/freestyle snowboard they make.
The 2016 Rossignol Jibsaw snowboard is a fun all-mtn/freestyle ride that rips in almost any terrain. It handled our park laps, but it’s not necessarily what we would suggest for a park rat. It has ok pop and is a good jibber, but where it truly shines is when an advanced rider wants to play all-mtn. It has a perfect mix of camber and early rise camber in the Amptek Freestyle (60% Camber, 40% Rocker).
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Shred Cred 94
Does Board Insiders recommend this snowboard? 3 Yes
Would we buy this snowboard? 2 Yes, 1 No
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From Rossignol Snowboards:
A true-twin, core freestyle deck, the Rossignol JIBSAW MAGTEK delivers full-throttle power and playfulness for ripping park or all-mountain. Flatware tip-and-tail profiles meet MagTek, blending nose-pressing playfulness and set-your-spin edge grip with surprising floatation for a super-versatile, do-it-all freestyle board.
Available Sizes: 153, 155, 157, 158W, 159
|Effective Edge (cm)||114||117||118.5||120||118.5|
|Tip Width (cm)||29.3||29.6||29.7||29.8||30.7|
|Tail Width (cm)||29.3||29.6||29.7||29.8||30.7|
|Waist Width (cm)||25||25.2||25.3||25.4||26.3|