Rossignol District Amptek Snowboard

$299.95
Rossignol District Amptek Snowboard, , 600
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Overview

Best Use: Freestyle boards are designed for doing tricks in the park

Freestyle boards are designed for doing tricks in the park

Shape: Twin - symmetrical allowing rider to ride regular or switch

Twin - symmetrical allowing rider to ride regular or switch

Flex: Medium - responsive yet forgiving for progressing riders

Medium - responsive yet forgiving for progressing riders

Rocker: Rocker/Camber/Rocker - a mix of response and playfulness

Rocker/Camber/Rocker - a mix of response and playfulness

 

Budget-friendly and confidence-boosting, the Rossignol District Amptek is easily one of the best snowboards to learn and progress on. The Amptek Auto-turn rocker profile provides just enough camber between the feet for stability with a generous amount of rocker in the tip and tail for effortless float and a catch-free feel. A true twin shape and symmetrical twin flex allows for easy maneuvering and gives new riders the ability to feel out their preferred stance. This twin shape and medium-soft flex also appeal to the freestyle guys who tear it up in the park; throwing down switch landings, buttering boxes and slashing rails. With no-catch Amptek edge control, learning to link turns and dial-in freestyle tricks comes naturally, which is why the Rossignol District Amptek is always a solid choice.


  • Amptek Auto-Turn
  • True Twin with Twin Freestyle Flex
  • Extruded Base
  • Deep Progressive Sidecut
  • Wood Core



Shipping Restriction: This item is not available for shipment outside of the United States.


Skill Range: Beginner-AdvancedIntermediate

 

Specifications
Gender  Mens Skill Level  Beginner Recommended Use  Freestyle
Board Width  Regular Waist Width  250mm (@ 155cm) Shape  Twin
Rocker Profile  Rocker/Camber/Rocker Rocker Type  Amptek Auto-Turn Hole Pattern  Standard 4 Hole
Core Material  Wood Core Name  Wood 5620 Construction Type  Sidewall Construction
Base Material  Extruded P-tex Base Name  Extruded 1320 Stance Setback  Centered
Stance Width  46cm-62cm Warranty  One Year Skill Range  Beginner-AdvancedIntermediate
Model Year  2017 Model Number  REFWP03146 Product ID  432355
Shipping Restriction  This item is not available for shipment outside of the United States.     
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I have the `15 and `17 District Ampteks. No difference in handling. The flex of this board is very very soft and one will wash out really easily on bigger kickers. Also there is absolutely no pop and this board is pretty heavy. Turning is...Read More
 
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Hey guys, Dan here. Just got off the Rossi District. It's a really fun board, super easy for anyone who wants to ride and I'd give it 5 out of 5 stars. Just a blast all over the place, really easy to get the feeling of a snowboard with this...Read More
 
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Hi I'm Steve, I just got done riding the Rossignol District. I'm going to give this board a 5 out of 5 stars. This is an excellent board for beginners or intermediate riders. It's extremely easy to get in and out of turns. One of the best b...Read More
 
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Q: I'm 200 lbs, 6'0 with a 12 shoe. 161 wide a good choice?
Asked : Jan 05, 2017
By : Trex, KCMO
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A: Yes, based on your weight and boot size that would be a great choice.
Answered : Jan 06, 2017
By : Chris
Q: I'm 5'9 about 155 pounds. Which length would you recommend?
Asked : Jan 03, 2017
By : Clark, Whistler
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A: Based on your weight the 155cm will be the best size for you.
Answered : Jan 03, 2017
By : Adam, Midwest
Q: I weigh 130 pounds and I have never snowboarder but want to learn what size should I get?
Asked : Dec 27, 2016
By : Aj, Salt Lake City Utah
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A: At your weight you would be okay on the 146 or the 151. If you are done growing or under 5'4" the 146 would be best. If you are still growing or 5"5+ the 151 would be the better choice.
Answered : Dec 28, 2016
By : Thom
Q: I weight 188lbs and my boot size is 9 us and my height is 5 ft 6 and I am a beginner justearned and trying to get basics down. Should I go for the 155 cm or 159 cm mostly used for all mountain maybe park in the far future
Asked : Dec 18, 2016
By : Omar, northville michigan
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A: Go with the 155, this will give you more control for the groomers in Michigan as well as more control if you decide to go and venture into the park. Snowboard sizing is based mostly on weight and the 155 is good with your 188lb weight.
Answered : Dec 19, 2016
By : Chris
 
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