Rossignol Krypto Magtek Snowboard

Rossignol Krypto Magtek Snowboard
$499.95
Krypto Magtek Snowboard by Rossignol
Price subject to change | SKU: ROS008M

Rossignol Krypto Magtek Snowboard

The Rossignol Krypto Magtek Snowboard is a powerful freeride board that's capable of ripping the steepest runs and deepest powder. Taking design influence from Xavier de le Rue's hard-charging XV Magtek, the Krypto Magtek comes alive when it's pushed to the limit on big lines and intimidating terrain. This stiff directional board has a substantial set-back for extra stability when you're straightlining chutes, charging through chop, and gliding through powder. Rossignol designed the Krypto Magtek with their Super Directional flex, meaning the board is stiffest under the rear foot for maximum control when you're driving in and out of turns. Blending the best of both rocker and camber, the board's Amptek All-Mountain profile is 60% rocker at the tips (30% at each tip) with 40% camber underfoot. Being predominantly rockered, the Krypto Magtek floats exceptionally well, and camber underfoot delivers powerful grip and edge control. Speaking of edge control, Magne-Traction 7M edges give you seven contact points or 'bumps' on each edge for claw-like grip on the iciest snow and sketchiest conditions. Inside this powerful freeride board, you'll find a TwinWood 3 core that's composted of both hard and soft wood laminates for an ideal blend of durability, snap, and stiff flex. Furthermore, the Krypto Magtek comes with a blazing-fast sintered base, just in case you need to outrun ski patrol or race your friends to the base.

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