The Rossignol Templar MagTek Wide snowboard is the big footed, little brother to the legendary One Mag. Now just because its less-aggressive doesn't mean the Templar doesn't pack its own punch. Featuring the AmpTek All-Mountain profile, you'll have a 40% camber in the middle with 30% on the tip and tail for maneuverability and flotation. This profile will also ensure that you get stability at speed as well as a solid edge grip from the peak to the base.
Directional All-Mountain flex in the Templar MagTek Wide is stiffer under the back foot for control and waist for stability at higher speeds, and softer under the front foot for control. Its Radcut Sidecut gives you a solid blend of both quick and lively turns as well as a smoother, relaxed ride making the Templar MagTek a versatile board. 5 point Magne-Traction provides better grip between your feet for increase stability and control on harsh conditions like ice. The Rossignol Templar MagTek Wide is going to make every day on the mountain seem to last forever.
AmpTek All-Mountain Rocker
Directional All-Mountain Flex
RadCut with 5S Magne-Traction
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2016 Rossignol Templar MagTek Wide Snowboard Review by Evan E.
Hi, I'm Evan. I just got off the Rossignol Templar. This is a great all-mountain board. I'd give it a 5 out of 5 stars. It definitely worked best on the frontside of the mountain where you're just trying to rip down those hills real fast. It definitely was great for, you know, wide carves or just real quick jabs. Definitely a great board. 5 out of 5 stars.
2016 Rossignol Templar MagTek Wide Snowboard Review by Trevor
Hi, I'm Trevor. I just got off the Rosi Templar. I'd give this board a 3 out of 5 stars. It was a decent like mid-level all-mountain board, I'd say. It was a little bit better on slower speeds than faster speeds. It got a little chattery. But still a really, really solid board for that person that's, you know, looking to get into the sport and progress. It's a great board for that so 3 out of 5.
2016 Rossignol Templar MagTek Wide Snowboard Review by Steve K.
Hi, I'm Steve. I just got done riding the Rossignol Templar. I'll give this board a 4.5 out of 5 stars. This board's great for an intermediate rider that wants to find a board that's gonna be good in and out of the slow to medium speed turns. You can take this board in the park and hit jumps and it would be a great board for that too. All-in-all, I'd say it's just good for intermediate riders that want a good all-mountain board.
2016 Rossignol Templar MagTek Wide Snowboard Review by Rob
Hey, I'm Rob. Just got done riding the Rosi Templar. Give this board 4 out of 5 stars. Surprisingly fun board for a little bit lower of a price point. It's kind of that mid-level intermediate kind of all-mountain freestyle of a board. It's directional Amptek, there's some pretty solid edge hold. I actually was able to really kind of open it up a little bit, get on the gas pedal. Held an edge pretty well. There's some really nice life to it. Some nice rebound. Some nice snap. Pretty, actually surprised with this board, to be honest with you. Really solid board for that intermediate all-mountain freestyle guy.
2016 Rossignol Templar MagTek Wide Snowboard Review by Ian E.
Hi, Ian here. I just hopped off the Rosi Templar. This is an excellent board. I'd give it a 4.5 out of 5 stars. It's great for an all-mountain rider who really likes to kind of corner around those edges and really get some good speed coming out of those carves. It's kind of the little brother to the One Mag and I'd say it has a lot of the same features and really performs just as well for a lower price point. I would recommend this board for anyone who is an intermediate to advanced rider. Again, I'd give 4.5 out of 5 stars.