The Rossignol Myth Amptek can handle the whole mountain, but it feels at home in the park. The soft, twin-freestyle flex allows for easy pressing and is super forgiving. The camber underfoot enhances the turnability on groomers and the rockered tip and tail add balance.
Slightly softer than many other beginner boards, the Rossignol Myth is ideal for entry-level riders that want to improve their freestyle skills quickly.
The perfectly symmetrical True Twin shape offers a balanced ride that’s equally versatile when ridden regular or switch.
The Amptek Auto-Turn Profile features a short camber section between the bindings and a distinctive rocker at the tips. The camber section adds edge hold and control and delivers explosive pop and stability. The rockered nose & tail make it super easy to learn new tricks and add some butter moves while you hit the slopes. It also makes for catch-free spins and landings.
The Twin Freestyle Flex is absolutely symmetric and a bit stiffer under the feet to add proper pop. The softer waist allows for easy manipulation and control.
The 5620 core features a single type of wood, vertically laminated to give you durability and comfort. The extruded base is very tough, user-friendly and offers good speed without waxing frequently. Scratches can also be repaired relatively easily.
Rossignol is over 100 years old and shows no signs of slowing. The Pure Mountain Company crafts ski and snowboards in Europe for freestyle and freeriding. Let Rossignol show you another best day.