2012 Rossignol Diva MagTek Snowboard Review

Reviewed by Jenna (Snowboards.com Staff)

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Hi I'm Jenna, I just got off the Rossignol diva Magtek I give this board five out of five stars on some board for your intermediate to advanced level rider who's just looking for a great all mountain board that they can take a little bit higher speeds, and it really holds the edge what's nice about this board is that it gives you that edge hold without giving you a real super stiff board to deal with kind of a mid flexing all mountain board but because you've got magnet traction, which is basically this wavey sidewall, you actually get extra contact points with the meaning you could take a softer board like this at higher speeds and because you have those extra contact points you maintain your edge hold you definitely don't feel any vibrations at higher speeds with this board but you do still have a ton of pop in the nose and the tail if you do want to take it into the park play around with it a little bit but again awesome board for the intermediate to advanced level girl I don't think the intermediate level rider would feel too overwhelmed on a board like this again because it's not too stiff Rossi also gave it amptek- so you've got a combination camber between the bindings and it's got rocker tip and the tail, so if you did get into some snow you'd be able to float a little bit on it but again you maintain that edge hold because of the camber, so awesome awesome board for intermediate level riders looking to progress into your advanced level girl looking for a board that's not too demanding

 Our Price: $269.99 | Retail Value: $449.95 (Save 40%) Jenna's Review Rating: