Rossignol Gala Snowboard - Women's

Rossignol Gala Snowboard - Women's
Rossignol Gala Snowboard - Women's
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Gala Snowboard - Women's by Rossignol
As you take your riding from the bunnyhill to the wilds of the rest of the mountain, turn to the Rossignol Gala Snowboard for a forgiving and user-friendly board that encourages proper turn technique. To help keep you upright and having a good time the Gala features the Amptek Auto-Turn profile, a directional shape, and a 4-out-of-10 flex rating. The Amptek Auto-Turn profile is specially designed to limit edge catches when initiating or exiting a turn while still allowing you to edge properly. It does this by balancing rocker outside of the feet with a light camber section between the inserts; as an added bonus the rocker will help you stay afloat when there is some new snow on the trail. Working with that profile a directional shape further helps you initiate turns and learn proper edging techniques while the soft flex allows the board to be easily manipulated by less confident or lighter riders.

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