Rossignol One Magtek: Snowboard Reviews
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The all-mountain One Magtek got the same high scores as the Lando Phoenix (but doesn’t require a black belt in snowboarding), even though its profile is the exact opposite—traditional camber between the feet, with rocker in the tip and tail. “Reverse camber done right,” said one tester after experiencing the One Magtek’s serrated-edge sidecut, which creates seven contact points with the snow and helps counter the wishy-washy feeling rocker can sometimes produce. That extra edge bite also aided in tight situations: “I was gaining speed through the trees, but every turn was flawless,” one tester noted. Carbon-Kevlar stringers reinforce the poplar core, giving it more pop, a lighter swing weight, and added durability.