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Rossignol Angus - Snowboards: Reviews

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Beginners, take note: This is the most forgiving board in our lineup. If you're wondering whether rockered boards are really all that (and they are), know that the Angus is the most predictable and easygoing reverse-camber board here. This all-mountain, directional twin took on the whole resort with quick response, smooth turns, and stability through chop. "It made snowboarding easier," said one tester. "Setup was easy for spins, and it stomped landings." It's also got plenty of pop for takeoffs, thanks to its carbon-and-Kevlar-incised poplar core. Sasquatch feet? Two sizes of the Angus come in wide versions. 153, 157, 158W, 161, 162W;

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