Pack Snowboard All Mountain Freestyle Men's District - Black Blue Orange

    Designed for beginner to advanced snowboarders looking for an easy snowboard to start with freestyle (rotation, riding backwards, ...).

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    SKU: SX8372392 (2172162)
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    € 266.49
    Characteristics Designed for beginner to advanced snowboarders looking for an easy snowboard to start with freestyle (rotation, riding backwards, ...).
    Product Benefits
    1. Versatility
      25% Prepared slopes/25% Off-Piste/50% Park
    2. Ease of handling
      Supple torsion (free feet) = lots of play for jumps and modules/jibs.
    3. Buoyancy
      Almost inverse camber = great buoyancy on powder.
    4. Traction
      Small standard camber + supple torsion = easy skids.
    5. Anatomic design
      156W cm: 1m75 to 1m81 161W cm: 1m80 to 1m88
    6. Rigidity
      Fairly supple front and back. Ideal for jumps at a low speed.
    7. Forgiveness
      Rounded shape and supple flex to minimise edge mistakes and falls.
    8. Glide performance
      Extruded PE base. Normal glide performance.
    • sizing ok?
      156 & 161 : +44
    • Wide
    • Camber
      Standard + Rocker
    • Shape
      Twin Tip
    • Pack/Board
      Snowboard & bindings pack
    Product feature
    1. Programme / Terrain
      Completely at ease on-piste, the District lets you play in the park, too. The Amptek Auto-Turn camber from Rossignol, associated with a Twin Tip shape and a supple flex makes for a very accessible board. An advanced skier can have a lot of fun on the piste edges, the forests at the sides of the piste, or in parks. And like all Freestyle boards, it remains very versatile on and off piste.
    2. TWIN TIP Snowboard
      A TWIN TIP shaped snowboard = the front and back board sidecuts are completely symmetrical, providing symmetry and perfect centring, board features allowing you to snowboard both ways in the same way. The Twin Tip shape also provides total balance when turning (on the ground, in the air).
    3. Ampteck auto-turn (Rossignol) CAMBER
      The Rossignol Amptek Auto-Turn camber is a mix of reverse camber, but with a small standard camber between the 2 bindings to provide grip: 20% Standard Camber and 80% Rocker. This camber covers levels from beginner to advanced. The traction on hard snow is very good, and this type of inverse camber (or double rocker) provides buoyancy on powder and easy pivoting / manageability.
    4. Supple and forgiving FLEX
      The flex (stiffness of the board between front and rear) of the Bullwhip 300 Evo is about 2/5, i.e. supple and forgiving. This type of flex is very homogeneous from the front tip (nose) to the rear tip (tail), which provides very predictable cornering with no surprises. Of course, the drawback is that at high speed or on very icy snow, the board won't hold a nice, well-cut turn and is likely to slide which will automatically slow you down.
    5. Supple and forgiving TORSION
      The torsion (torsional stiffness of the board between the feet) is about 2/5, which makes the board so easy to handle, easy to pivot and forgiving of edging mistakes. Supple torsion provides a degree of free movement between the feet (the front foot can be angled heel/toe, and the rear toe/heel). This is important for beginners in order to forgive edging mistakes. The supple torsion is also suited to Freestyle/jib use.
    6. 0 mm SETBACK
      The Setback is when the board's compression points with the snow are not symmetrical in relation to the centre of the board, but set back towards the rear. The bindings are also set back towards the rear by the same distance. 0 mm => with no setback, these Twin Tip boards are completely centred for riding forward or switch, offering good balance during spins (in the air or on the groomed slopes).
    7. Technical information
      Front width 306 mm/Centre 262 mm/Rear 306 mm (Size 156 cm) Radius 7.5 m Effective edge 1190 mm Number of inserts: 8 + 8 (3 possible positions per binding/40 mm between each) Recommended stance: 540 mm
    8. Extruded Base/Glide Performance
      Extruded base (manufacturing process that is different from sintered bases) Provides a normal glide and good durability over time. Requires regular maintenance: ideally requires waxing every 5 outings and at least once a year: -either at the beginning of the season to start with a very good glide -or at the end of the season to nourish the base in depth and allow the wax to penetrate into the base throughout the summer (ideally with the bindings pointing downwards).
    9. Sold as a Pack with Battle bindings V2
      A starter-level Rossignol All-Mountain binding will allow you to progress easily. This will clash with the Battle. snowboard 155 cm Wide = XL bindings = adapted to sizes 44 and +. snowboard 161 cm Wide = XL bindings = adapted to sizes 44 and +.
    10. What's the right size District for me?
      In general, for Freestyle use, use a fairly short board: -20 to -25 cm. (e.g., someone measuring 1m74, can use a board between 154 and 149 cm). _ Choosing a smaller one makes turns and tricks easier _ Choosing a larger one enables more stability at high speed and when landing jumps OR recommended for people who are heavy for their height. 156 cm WIDE (65 - 85 kg) => from 1m75 to 1m80 161 cm WIDE (85 - 110 kg) => from 1m80 to 1m88
    Product testing
    1. Composition
      Board : 40.0% Wood, 30.0% Epoxy, 30.0% Glass - Fibre (FG)
    2. Storage advice
      Wipe the edges at the end of the day so they don't rust.Waxing is required on a regular basis, ideally every 5 outings. Keep away from sunlight when storing during the summer.
    3. Product catchline
      Supple torsion between the feet for great tolerance to edge errors and good ease of handling. Twin Tip (symmetrical board, central bindings) for ease of use in both directions.
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