Originally Posted by Snowolf
The Angus is a great all mountain stick. It is fantastic in powder as a result of the rocker tip and tail. It is torsionally soft enough to make tight turns in the trees effortless, yet is damp enough to not beat the hell out of you in crud. It has just enough camber between the bindings to hold an edge well in a high speed carve and give you a little bit of rebound coming out of each turn. The feel of it on boxes promotes confidence to jib. Overall, I find it to be one of the best truly all mountain, all condition boards I have ridden.
Any idea how's Rossi's rocker/camber tech (camber b/w bindings) compared to NS (rocker b/w bindings)? I've been reading thru the boards on Rossi OneMagtek and NS Heritage regarding their dampness and responsiveness. Are they comparable?