The Rossignol Scan Snowboard is built for youngsters looking to get into the sport. All parts of this board are catered to the smaller rider who is looking to figure out how to hold an edge and properly get down the hill. The true twin shape is easily slid sideways to slow down and can still be edged when ridden properly. To allow smaller riders to start learning proper turn techniques the soft 1-out-of-10 flex is easily manipulated and turned by weaker and less experienced legs, even as they get tired late in the day. Working with the twin shape and soft flex, the Amptek Auto-Turn profile mixes camber and rocker to help eliminate edge catches when initiating turns to limit big falls that discourage learning.
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