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07-31-2014 08:43 PM
Zendog Just bought a Jibsaw, looking forward to trying it out.
Impulse buy kinda of.
I currently have a ride arcade and Yes Asyum, firgured that the
JibsAw will be the most playful of them all.
My family(wife & kids) and I board Killington Vt.
I report later on it props. Much later.
Dreaming of snowflakes.
01-15-2013 03:19 PM
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Rossignol Jibsaw - Wide 158 - Value

-2012-This board is fun for jumps, jibs, ice, moguls. Feels very small and playful. Nice and wide but not too wide for my 13's. I'm a big dude 6'0" over 200lbs and this board is stiff enough to handle me and some nice turns but just enough flex for a nice press. Graphics are sick, especially the bottom of the board (chainsaw). I put some red Ride Capo Bindings on it which really sets it off and makes everyone stare at it with jealousy. Nobody expects Rossi to have style but this board is sick.
Great for ICE..the magnetraction definitely gives some nice extra hold on the ice or stiff crud.
Nice freestlyle machine Twin park board with camber under foot and some rocker at the tip/tail for some easy and fun initiation.
I saw Xavier De La Rue rockin this board n the moguls.
It's a fun board with the mag to throw around some moguls, crud, drops as its just stiff enough to dig in but still playful and easy to maneuver.
Rating (out of 10)
Carving Grooms - 6
Ice -8
Billy goat -6
Chop/moguls - 7
Speed - 4
Big Mountain - 3
Powder Booter -7
PARK JUMPS - 7
Park Jibs - 8
Half Pipe - undetermined
Fun board if your the type that's primarily getting it to help you turn the mountain into a personal jungle gym. Being that there are so many Rossignol haters you can get a great value on this board.

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