Instead of spending your season getting bucked around by unruly boards, strap yourself into the Rossignol Circuit for smooth, catch-free turning. This beginner-friendly board uses Rossignol's Amptek Auto-Turn for easy turn initiation without the hooky feel of a traditional cambered board. The Circuit won't unexpectedly catch an edge, painfully throwing you on your backside. And because the board still has camber between the bindings, it locks into carves without washing out like some fully rockered boards. Furthermore, the board's medium-soft flex, directional shape, and durable wood core keep you stoked once you progress from a bunny-hill beginner to an intermediate, all-mountain rider.
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