Rossignol Templar Snowboard - Wide

Rossignol Templar Snowboard - Wide
Rossignol Templar Snowboard - Wide
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Templar Snowboard - Wide by Rossignol
Charge groomers, pop off side hits, and navigate trees with the Rossignol Templar Snowboard Wide. This wide all-mountain stick is built for people with large feet who are looking to charge and push the limits of their board. A directional shape and flex blended with the Amptek All-Mountain profile creates a board that can be turned and ridden over multiple snow conditions with ease and confidence. The Amptek All-Mountain profile provides control and float by featuring powerful camber between the feet and maneuverable rocker in the tip and tail while the directional shape allows for effortless turn initiation. When you start to hit high speeds you can rely on the stiffer section under your back foot for stability and the softer nose for maneuverability and the ability to navigate chunder.

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SKU: ROS00DG
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