From darting between trees on a powder day to sending kickers under the floodlights at night, the Rossignol Diva LF Snowboard does it all for those who want to rip the entire mountain. Offering the best of both camber and rocker, the Amptek Elite Rocker profile maxes out all-terrain versatility with ample float when storm systems dump prolific amounts of powder, while still delivering the responsive edge hold and snap of camber underfoot on drier days. Incredibly stable at high speeds, the Wood CBF2 core employs KEVLAR fibers borrowed from ballistic armor vests for exceptional vibration damping. Basalt fibers in the layup are lighter and stronger than fiberglass, plus they amplify pop for snapping off natural hits and clearing bigger jumps. For the smoothest possible ride, Rossignol integrated their LITE frame technology, which consists of stripe of urethane along the perimeter to make butter out of chop and excess vibration.
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