The Ally model from Roxy is a women's snowboard with a freestyle shape, a camber that offers playability and a medium flex for reactivity and convenience.
The Roxy Ally is distinguished by its "banana" camber, a profile that is also found at Lib Tech since the snowboards are manufactured at the same place, in the Mervin factory in the United States. This banana camber offers a lot of playability and works on all types of snow. It is associated with the corrugated edges "Magne-Traction", which allows for more grip on the trail.
What is the program of the Roxy Ally snowboard?
The Roxy Ally snowboard works on all types of snow, and offers a playful flex and freestyle-like shape. In other words, it's a board with which you will be able to have fun all over the resort and, for the most daring, try some tricks! On the piste, the banana camber provides tolerance regarding edge faults and the Magne-Traction increases grip when you're on your edge, for more control on hard snow and during cut turns. At the edge of the trail or on small off-piste areas, the banana camber erases the irregularities of the terrain and provides proper flotation for fun in the small powder snow. Finally, the medium flex is very easy to ride, but still provides a little more reactivity and stability than a beginner's board.
Who is the Roxy Ally snowboard for?
We recommend this model to intermediate snowboarders looking for a versatile and evolutionary board with which they can enjoy the whole resort. The more experienced rider will take advantage of its playability.
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