The Rossignol Angus MagTek was built to perform everywhere on the mountain. The AmpTek All Mountain rocker/camber profile features softer tips and a stiffer waist. With 40% camber between the feet for powerful edge grip and stability and 60% rocker at the tip and tail for float and forgiveness, you get an effortlessly fun board with freeride versatility. Magne-Traction 5S provides a catch-free ride with perfect edge hold by removing the bumps directly outside the feet and replacing them with 5 smaller bumps. With a stiffer, symmetrical flex you can confidently hit the side-country, hard-charge kicker lines and rip down groomers. Carbon, Aramid and Glass Fibers come together to form a durable, poppy and highly-responsive deck; while the Roller Tip milled out core and RadCut sidecuts reduce swing weight, enhance float and high speed stability - ultimately creating a playful, catch-free ride. Whatever aspect of the mountain you decide to hit, do it with speed and confidence on the Rossignol Angus MagTek snowboard.
MagTek - Magnetraction 5S
BC Roller Milled Core
Twin All-Mountain Freestyle
AmpTek All Mountain Rocker/Camber Profile
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I purchased this board after reviewing many options.
I just love it. It holds great on curves even on icy conditions, very fast on flat areas and feels great on powder.
It is defined as stiff, but it feels flexible enough for my needs.
I am size 12 and bought the 156 Cm and it fits great.
A: It really depends on how you set up your stance, as well as how "big" your size 12 boots are. If you set up your stance with a ducked type setup, or angled, you have a better shot at making a regular width board work. Also, some boot manufacturers boots are "bigger" than others even in the same size and same interior fit, it's all about the footprint. With that said, the waist width of the 158 is 251mm so you could measure your current board if you have one to compare. At size 12, yes I do recommend a wide board for most but I did want to explain some of the other situations where you could sway the other way.
A: All the wide boards will have "wide" in the title of the board, you can also search for wide snowboards in the site search or use the left side of the page refinements when shopping and click wide under the board width refinement.