|Waist width 274 mm|
|Size 165Wcm - Camber Classic|
The Magnum has a name that refers to its size and large dimensions. If we had to sum it up, we would say that it is the do-it-all board for riders with big feet. Indeed, it is a wide model allowing those who have bigger boots than average to avoid the annoying toe and heel drag everytime they lay a turn. Have fun riding again.
What can the Nitro Magnum snowboard do?
The Magnum is a freeride / all-mountain board, which means that it can blast through pretty much any terrain without asking questions. On powder, the board ensures optimal floatation and remains easy to steer even in deep snow. Its directional shape and progressive sidecuts allow more fluidity throughout the turns with less efforts required. On groomed snow, it is the camber that does the job by delivering the liveliness and the rebound needed for linking flawless carved turns. The board grips hard and feels stable at high speed. You can push it as hard as you can, it won’t mind. Finally, between pow and groomed snow you will find a powerful board that busts through the crud and stomps ice blocks as if it was nothing. The fact that the board is wider inspires confidence especially in difficult conditions. It is the swiss army knife of snowboarders, as versatile as it gets.
Who is the Nitro Magnum snowboard designed for?
The Magnum is a wide board, best suited for tall or big riders with ‘oversized’ boot lengths (UK 10 and over), looking for a versatile board. This all-terrain stick is a partner of choice if you are after a nimble and responsive ride that can float on pow and carve on groomers with the same ease. Its beefy and stiff construction can be a little demanding which is why we recommend it to advanced riders.
What are the main assets of the Nitro Magnum snowboard?
|Specs Snowboard Nitro Magnum|
|Sizes||162W - 165W - 168W|
• Advanced - Expert
• Freeride All-mountain
Snowboard detailed program
Bi-axial fiberglass for easy but snappy turns.
Entirely made of poplar, for a lighter weight, a lot of pop and an optimum control.
A thinner core profile between your feet improves torsional flex, handling and lets you steer your board throughout a turn with ease.
Turns easy to enter with powerful acceleration throughout
Our Cam-Out Camber is baically a TRÜE Camber with early and smooth transitions into Tip and Tail. The result is a fun and responsive board that turns on the spot and is forgiving, even after that 713,5° landing.
Stiff flex providing an optimum reactivity while popping or steering, for speed amateurs.
Utilizing a new base material compound, Nitro have been able to achieve higher abrasion resistance, increased wax absorption and higher on-snow speeds. All in an utlra clear package for extra crisp graphics.
|Size||Waist width (mm)|
The Cuda stands as one of Rossignol’s best freestyle binding. Relying on a solid nylon composite baseplate enhancing the contact feel with the board and providing excellent energy transmissions, the Cuda is a safe bet. Its highback remains unchanged, offering as much support and stability as the previous version and the whole thing comes at an unbeatable value for money.
What can the Rossignol Cuda V1 snowboard binding do?
Rossignol is bringing all-mountain performance within reach thanks to the Cuda. Classic design and great finish allow this binding to offer 5-star comfort and a firm and snug hold on your boots. The Tall Boy strap literally sticks to the boot without creating any pressure point and keeps it locked in for optimal control. The straps coupled with the chassis and the highback delivers smooth energy transmissions to the board allowing riders to play their way across the entire mountain. Freestyle, freeride, there are no terrain than the binding can’t deal with.
Who is the Rossignol Cuda V1 snowboard binding designed for?
The Cuda is a little too aggressive for beginners. We recommend it to advanced or expert hard charging freestylers who want the best feel on their board. The Cuda provides tons of comfort and control to help you send your tricks higher and further.
What are the main assets of the Rossignol Cuda V1 snowboard binding?
|Specs Snow Binding Rossignol Cuda V1|
• FS All mountain
|Compatibility Burton 3D||No|
|Compatibility Burton ICS||No|
|Compatible insert 4x2||Yes|
|Compatibility Insert 4X4||Yes|
• Lighter, stronger, better, faster. • Nylon® composite & fiberglass baseplate. • Adjustable 6082 T6 aluminum E.H.T. heelcup. • Tool free adjustable gas pedal. • Comes in 2 versions: • The HC-X18 includes a 18% glass fiber ratio and has a mid torsion resistance for more comfort. • The stiffer HC-X33 has a 33% glass fiber ratio and blends longer and shorter fibers for more punch.
Because you can never have too much of cushioning on a binding, Rossignol swapped the EVA with gel pads underneath the 3 critical sections of the foot. You'll get a better dampening on impacts, better absorbtion of chatter, for less overall fatigue.
• Anatomical, ultra-lightweight, supportive, comfortable & controlable.
• Asymmetrically designed so that you can go duck and wide stance with more comfort.
• Anit-Shock Nylon® with vents for punch and lightness.
• Anti-abrasion thermoformed EVA padding for comfort.
• Tool-free forward lean lever for ease of use.
• Rotation adjuster for custom fit.
Enhances the flex and the contact feel between boot and binding
Asymmetrical design. Molded aluminium for its great durability and its lightweight. Rapidfire bearings for a more natural opening.
Semi-full cover of the instep/ankle for more freedom. Compressed Super Foam coating for comfort. Hyrtel webbing for the hold. Convertible Toe strap.
Product reference : H17NITRBOA004
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