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03-29-2016 08:02 PM
neliconcept Thank you! I love it so far! I need a nice butter board and another board for pow and I'll be set!
03-29-2016 05:22 PM
bozekid That's a really nice looking setup.
03-29-2016 05:11 PM
neliconcept My 159 One
03-29-2016 10:13 AM
neliconcept I have the 2016 version, it still is very lively but some dampening over choppy ice/slush. It's solid in east coast conditions and I love the graphics setup on this 2016 vs the older ones. I'll post a picture of my setup when I get home this evening!
03-03-2015 02:29 AM
Anticrobotic Angry has.

2014 Rossignol One Magtek Snowboard Used and Reviewed -
2015 Rossignol The One Snowboard Used and Reviewed -
03-02-2015 06:59 AM
Lonenut Has anyone tried the pop on the One Mag? What's it like jumping on?
08-26-2013 03:19 PM
scott_murray I'm not sure what "more dead" means, and I've never used the angus so can't really help you there. As for stiffness, I like the longitudinal stiffness, it's very firm and gives nice control on most terrain. I think it's a little too torsionally stiff though from what I'm used to. On carves it took me a while to get used to how difficult it is to pick up the front edge, either toe or heel, because of how stiff it is to twist between my feet. I'm not sure how it ranks compared to others on a torsional stiffness scale, I haven't ridden a lot of boards, but it seems quite high.
08-26-2013 11:26 AM
Unkept Porpoise is the one more dead than the angus? and how is the flex on em?
05-10-2013 11:22 AM
scott_murray old thread, i know.
I have the 2012 156cm, my first board so I don't have a lot to compare to, absolutely loving it. After years on rentals Im sure anything would feel great, but so happy with this board, mostly free-riding. I might have gone too short for much powder riding, tends to sink in. Magne traction sounded like a marketing gimmick but I think it really does help a ton on ice or hard packed snow, so many times I thought "any second I'm going to faceplant" but it didn't happen (often)!

I dont mind the graphics on mine, but I havent seen the 2011. I dont care if someone calls my board ugly though.
03-22-2010 11:40 AM
Leo
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Leo, thanks for the reply and the feedback on the new model. So how did you find the camber on non-powder? I've read that it's mostly powder oriented.
I live in Michigan. Powder is super rare here lol. Ice and groomers is all I usually ride. The One owned it. Magnatraction works on ice. Period. To be honest, I don't remember how the camber/rocker worked. I believe it was rocker under the bindings and rocker everywhere else. I just remember the pure fun I had just free-riding on this thing. If I didn't have an all-mountain board, I would definitely consider buying this one.
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