Rossignol Diva Mag 2017

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The Rossignol Diva Magtek Snowboard is ready to help you destroy and dominate the mountain. This award winning deck comes with Radcut and Magne-Traction to give you ultimate edge hold while the Basalt and Aramid in the board gives lightweight power to your ollies and protects the base. The stiffer flex allows for more control in and out of the park and the new Lite Frame technology gives enhanced manoeuvrability and playfulness, and an ultra-smooth ride for ultimate ride control.

Key Features

Camber: AmpTek Freestyle

Rossignol's specially designed camber for all-mountain dominators. This technology has a mellow camber between the feet turning to rocker outside the feet. All-mountain riders will love the added stability; control, edge hold and extremely smooth landings that come from this versatile blend.

Flex: Stiff - 7/10 Med (1=soft, 10=stiff)

A responsive flexing board for all mountain freestyle riding yet still soft enough for park domination.

Shape: Twin 

Switch and regular riding are a breeze whether you're in the park or landing big powder rock drops.

Core: Wood CBF2

A single type of wood that's combined with Basalt and Kevlar fibres along the edges for incredible stability at high speed and enhanced edge grip while still keeping things light as.
New Lite Frame Technology is a urethane strip that runs around the edge of the board creating enhanced manoeuvrability and playfulness, and an ultra-smooth ride for ultimate ride control.

Edges: Magne-Traction 5s

Serrated edges for super edge hold in all conditions.

Base: Sintered 404

For great wax retention, speed and durability. Look after it and it will look after you.


Board Lengths: 144cm, 148cm

Stance Set back: 0mm (centred)

Waist Width:

(144cm) 240mm 

(148cm) 242mm

Recommended Rider Weight: 

(144cm) 30kg-55kg 

(148cm) 40kg-60kg

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