Working man's wide quiver-killer.

You ride everything on the mountain, but you hate toe drag, and you don't want some turbocharged pro model that'll run away with you the second it's pointed down the hill. That's why Rossignol designed the Templar Magtek wide snowboard. Based off the hard-charging One, the Templar takes the same formula and tones it down for those who prefer a board that's easier to ride. Like the One, it gets Rossi's Amptek All Mountain profile, and Magne-Traction for unreal grip when your buddies are slipping; where it differs is the softer flex and the number of grip bumps on the edges. That means you can still push it hard on steeps or the occasional park lap, but you still have the flexibility for enjoying mellower runs when the mood strikes you.

The Templar is built on Rossignol's Amptek All Mountain profile. That means it has camber between the feet, for solid turns and landings, and a rockered tip and tail for a floaty, catch free ride. It's stiffer between the bindings, thanks to the Aramid core reinforcement, and the tip and tail are softer to smooth out choppy runs. Five-bump (as opposed to seven on the One) Magne-Traction keeps it locking in turns, even when the hill has turned into an icicle. The sintered 4400 base is highly porous, so it holds a ton of wax and keeps you sliding fast.

  • Camber under feet, rockered tip and tail
  • Directional twin shape
  • Medium flex
  • Magne-Traction edges
  • Wood CBF1 core
  • Sintered 4400 base

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