Rossignol One LF Snowboard

Rossignol One LF Snowboard
$499.95
One LF Snowboard by Rossignol
Price subject to change | SKU: ROS00AN

Rossignol One LF Snowboard

Look to the Rossignol One LF Snowboard for peak-to-park versatility without sacrificing edge hold, high-speed stability, or float on powder days. The closest thing you'll find to a one-board, do-it-all solution to riding anything on the mountain, the One LF is capable of charging big-mountain lines, lapping the park, and riding everything in-between, thanks to a directional twin shape and medium-stiff flex. Set-back half of an inch, this board floats well without sacrificing switch prowess in the park. Designed with an Amptek All-Mountain profile, you'll find camber underfoot for powerful edge hold and energetic snap when you're boosting from natural hits and park kickers. Rockered tips start just after the binding inserts, enhancing float through the deep stuff, as well as adding a bit of play to an otherwise pretty stiff deck. And to ensure the solid edge hold you've come to expect from Rossi boards, the 5s edge serration employs five bump-like serrations per edge for unbelievable grip across icy snow, but without being overly grabby in thicker snow conditions (e. g. Pacific Northwest and Sierra-like snow). Loaded with a Wood CBF1 core, the One Magtek has a full wood core with basalt and KEVLAR fibers running through the center. Basalt and KEVLAR dampen the board significantly, as well as adding liveliness and snap. New for this season, LITE Frame technology runs along the perimeter to mute excess vibration transmitted through the board. This technology is comprised of a full-length perimeter of pliable, impact-absorbing urethane, which helps the board conform to bumpy terrain, as well as mellowing out jarring feedback of variable conditions and choppy, tracked-out snow.

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