Freestyle finesse meets aggressive big mountain performance within the Rossignol Angus Magtek Wide Snowboard. This wide waisted directional twin gives big footers a proper platform for throwing spins off cliffs and charging both park and backcountry kickers. Its half inch set back delivers straight line stability and extra float without sacrificing its ability to ride and land switch. The All Mountain Amptek profile is 60% rocker in the tips 30% in each tip and 40% camber underfoot, giving you the ability to plane through bottomless snow without submerging, also adding a bit of playfulness to an otherwise very stiff deck. Roller Base technology raises the base edges of the board by one millimeter or roughly two degrees, helping to improve float and reduce the chance of catching an edge. Ultimately, this gives the board a more relaxed, surfy feel when you're transitioning from edge to edge on hardpack, while enhancing float through the deep stuff. Inside this aggressive, stiff flexing board, you'll find a Wood CK S Tips core, meaning the board has a full wood core with carbon stringers in the tips and Aramid a. k. a. Kevlar reinforcement through the board's center. The S Tips are loaded with carbon stringers running from the board's center to the tips, giving you explosive pop when you're launching kickers and natural features in the backcountry. While carbon is extremely useful for extra pop, Aramid soaks up high speed chatter and nasty vibrations for a super smooth, ultra damp ride. Gripping onto hardpack much like a serrated knife edge, the board's Magne Traction 5S edges have 5 bumps on each edge for insane edge hold on icy, hardpacked days. Moreover, Rossignol uses their Radcut sidecut for smooth edge to edge response and a lively overall feel. Add in a super fast sintered 7500 base for a board that's ready to fly down steeps and cruise through deep snow.