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SKU-9844rofrmm16zz-rossignol-snowboards Rossignol Frenemy Magtek Snowboard from Altrec  sku

Rossignol Frenemy Magtek Snowboard - 9844rofrmm16zz-rossignol-snowboards by Rossignol

Item description: This Hiking Snowboards product is by Rossignol - A deceptivelt mellower version of the more demanding Diva with an all-mountain tweak. Featuring Radcut technology, a balanced symmetrical flex, and a toned-down, more forgiving version of the Mag, the Frenemy flows seamlessly edge-to-edge for super-playful and accessible all-mountain versatility. Rocker/Camber: AmpTek All-Mountain Shape/Inserts: Directional/Setback Flex: Twin All-Mountain Tips: Progressive Radius 380 Waist: 239mm to 242mm Sidecuts: Radcut w/ Magne-Traction Core: Wood 5620 Range: Beginner to Intermediate Flex: 5/10... Learn More

Manufacturer: Rossignol

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