Radcut: A traditional sidecut between the inserts fuses with multiple reverse sidecuts toward the tip and tail, providing real time sidecut adjustment to the ride, ie. longer when faster, shorter when slower, and delivering the perfect cut at all times. Radcut is offered in multiple versions, each tailored for individual riding styles. More aggressive sidecut blends deliver quicker, livelier turns, while smoother sidecuts offer a more fluid, relaxed ride.
AmpTek Elite Rocker: With 30% rocker at the nose, 60% camber at the insert packs, and 10% rocker in the tail, this board floats in deep snow and has the bite to hang on in heavy carves.
Reverse Directional: Stiffer under the front binding for deeper snow feel.
TPU: Thermoplastic polyurethane is an elastic material that performs well at low temperatures to dampen vibrations and increase board strength.
L.I.T.E. Grip Tech: Lite Grip technology brings a whole new type of edge control to the snowboard world. Rossignol designed the urethane to bend away from the sidewall at specific places providing extra edge-hold in technical or icy condition
ABS Sidewalls: Offered as walls or built in cores, ABS provides enhanced durability while keeping the core safe from moisture.
Wood Core: Combinations of Poplar, Birch and Ash are used in all models delivering the utmost durability and performance.
Glass Fiber Reinforcement: Delivers customized flex with inceased torsional resistance and stability.
Seriously this board is so fun.
You’ll feel the chunder and everything as to be expected with this short/shape of board. This thing rips on groomers, trees and of course powder. You can really have fun riding this all over the place and i can’t recommend it enough
Bought this board after seeing good reviews and wanting something fun to cruise around on that’s different than most boards. The Baird arrived damaged but Level9 immediately sent me a new one and made it right! Rode the board for the first time yesterday and had a blast on it!
Nice deck for an awesome price! I've owned the K2 Cool Bean before and comparing the two, I'd go for the sushi. It rails turns with the camber underfoot and no doubt it'll float with the massive nose and fish shape (haven't hit pow yet) Definitely feels more torsionally flexible than the K2. The K2 has it beat when it comes to choppy uneven chundery snow tho, but still great addition to the quiver if you get it on sale, snag it!
This board is pretty rad. It carves awesome for how wide and short it is. Super nimble in the trees, and floaty as hell in powder. Loving it!
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