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The do-it-all, go-anywhere, all-mountain killer.

Strap into a Rossignol One Magtek Snowboard for peak-to-park versatility without sacrificing edge hold, straight-line stability, or float on deep, untracked days. As Rossi's quintessential quiver killer, the One Magtek is capable of charging big-mountain lines, lapping the park, and riding everything in-between, thanks to a directional twin shape and medium-stiff flex. Set-back a half of an inch, this board floats well without sacrificing switch performance in the park.

Designed with an Amptek All-Mountain profile, you'll find aggressive camber underfoot for powerful edge hold and pre-loaded pop when you're boosting off natural features and park kickers. Rockered tips start just after the binding inserts, enhancing float through the deep stuff, as well as adding a bit of play to an otherwise pretty stiff deck.

Loaded with a Wood CBF1 core, the One Magtek has a full wood core with basalt and Kevlar fibers running through the center. Basalt and Kevlar dampen the board significantly, absorbing high-speed chatter, chop, and uneven terrain. Adding claw-like grip on ice and hardpack, the board's 5-point Magne-Traction edges deliver insane edge hold, making this an excellent choice for Midwest and East Coast riders. Furthermore, the Sintered 4400 base is exceptionally fast and wax absorbent, allowing you to glide over flats and deep snow with ease.

  • Amptek All-Mountain profile(camber underfoot, rockered tip and tail)
  • Directional twin
  • Medium-stiff
  • Magne-Traction 5S + Radcut edges
  • Wood CBF1 (wood with basalt, Kevlar fibers between the feet/inserts)
  • Lite frame technology
  • Sintered base

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Stoked on new upgrades

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I have rode this board in a 56 and 59 in previous years. To say I'm stoked on the newest edition is an understatement. 5s magnetraction is just enough to give some extra hold. 60/40 rocker camber give the board stability with a ton of float. The board does have a directional flex but it's not enough to screw with riding switch. The new feature that I am really excited about is the light frame. It is a polyurethane strip around the edge for dampening and it will probably add some edge durability as well. You can actually tell the board has some more beef to it now. Stoke level is maxed out. I have it paired with the Cuda binding from rossi as well.

I will be riding this at Snowbird the majority of the time. Snowbird does not have a real park so this board is perfect. If I was a brighton rider I would go with the Jibsaw. It crushes the park and can handle anything you can throw at it. It has more camber for the rider who finds himself in the park everyday it's not snowing.

Stoked on new upgrades

what are your thoughts on the 156 vs 159? riding a 159 in another brand of board right now but at 145lbs I can go either way. Very experienced rider and I ride a mix of everything.

at that weight 156 but that's just based off 145 lbs

Any insight into how well this board works in deep powder as opposed to a more freeride-oriented board like the fight attendant?

Both of this and the flight attendant are meant for riding pow the majority of the time. I have the flight attendant and I consider it a freestyle pow board. I'm not just out ripping the resort on the flight unless it's deep. I will ride this all the time because it allows for riding switch much easier then the Flight but will float a ton regular or switch. the middle 40% of the board is camber the rest is reversed so float isn't an issue.

Thanks. I am buying it for the edge hold I'm hoping will save my bum for some of the icy/hardpack conditions we get in Southern California, but hoping to still use it in Mammoth.

I have another question...I am eyeing the 159 Rossignol due to my weight (175-180) but my size 9 boots fall just short of the 9.5+ reccommended. Outside of that, 254mm width seems a bit wide for a 159 board. Do you think I'll have any issues related to controlling the board? Should I drop down to a 156?

Also, I see backcountry lists the ww for the 159 at 268mm...this seems to be incorrect?

The waist width is incorrect on the 159 it's actually 25.4. Also, I would consider the Jibsaw as well. They say it's a park board but it sheds the pow. Also, it has more camber and will hold an edge a little better because of it.