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Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Rossignol Angus

this board was well recieved by our whole staff here at Milosport, great board for 60/40 guy. 60 percent freeride/40 percent freestyle............. all mtn at its finest........

Rossignol Angus - 2011

Summary:’s head of testing Tom still rants and raves about the Angus, his words at the time of testing were ” I absolutely love it”. However, it wasn’t just Tom’s opinion, last year the Angus cleaned up on awards from some of the planets most highly revered snowboard media, the revolutionary new Amptek profile had everybody in the industry talking. This year the Angus returns pretty much unchanged, some might say, change for the sake of change is futile. The only change we can find this year is a new lick of paint… a paint job so gruesome it will make small children cry from 50 feet away.

Manufacturer's Description:

The board that re-started it all.
Not since Magne Traction has a shape created so much coverage from press and industry alike. The Angus’ AmpTek All Mountain camber is the innovation 2009 will be remembered for. It’s the most popular model the brand has offered in years and for 2010 the Angus lives on with features that make this board the mother of all mountain snowboarding. Early rise tips for absorption, positive camber between the feet for punch, carbon for explosive pop, Kevlar® for the hard landings, a sintered base for durability and speed, and London’s Dan Mumford’s dope art.

Rossignol Angus

Year: 2011

Available Lengths (cm): 153, 157, 161, 158mW, 162mW

Riding Style: All Mountain


All Mountain FS
Directional Twin with All Mountain AmpTek
7.7 to 8.2m progressive sidecut
Wood C/K core (Carbon & Kevlar reinforcement)
Sintered 4400 base
Designed for Intermediate to Expert riders
Flex 7/10
Featuring art from London’s Dan Mumford.

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