The Rossignol Diva LF Women's Snowboard is an excellent choice for ladies who rip everything the mountain has to offer, regardless if you're darting between trees on a powder day or sending kickers under the floodlights at night. You'll find an Amptek Elite profile for all-terrain versatility and ample float when storm systems dump prolific amounts of powder. This hybrid profile consists of 60% camber through the board's mid-section, combined with 40% rocker at the tip and tail (20% rocker at each tip). Ultimately, this offers the best of rocker and camber, delivering the responsive edge hold of camber underfoot, with rocker loosening up the tips from catching, as well as enhancing float in untracked snow. Delving inside this all-terrain freestyle board, you'll find a Wood CBF2 core with 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 integrates their newest LITE frame technology, which consists of stripe of urethane along the perimeter to smooth out chop and excess vibration. Moreover, the board's serrated edges provide exceptional edge hold, making this a great choice for riders who encounter icy conditions on a regular basis.
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