Despite the name, the Rossignol Jibsaw is not s soft jibbing noodle. The Jibsaw is made to handle big jump and hard landings.
It has a stiff flex, that is rated at 7/10. It has a Twin Freestyle shape, which has a symmetrical flex, so riding it regular or switch, the flex is going to feel the same.
It is stiffer under your feet to help you with pop and balance, but has a softer waist (in between the bindings) so that it is still easy to control.
The camber profile is the Amptek Freestyle, which is a combination between rocker and camber. Divided up over the board, it counts as havingt 40% rocker and 60% camber.
For keeping control at speed on hard packed and icy days, it has Magne-Traction 7s, which is a 50% smaller (or less agressive) than the original, so it still gives you super edge hold, but still giving you a smooth ride without the catchy feel.
Like you would expect on an agressive board that is made to handle jumps, it has a fast 4400 sintered base.
Tech in the [title]
- AmpTek Freestyle
- Magne-Traction 7s
- 7/10 Flex
- Twin Freestyle shape
- Basalt Fibers
- Sintered 4400 base
- Wood CBF2 base
- Flatware tips
- 158cm Wide
|Effective Edge (mm)||1140||1170||1185||1185||120|
|Tip Width (mm)||293||296||297||307||298|
|Waist Width (mm)||250||252||253||263||254|
|Tail Width (mm)||293||296||297||307||298|
|Sidecut Radius (m)||7.1||7.3||7.4||7.4||7.5|
|Stance Setback (in)||0||0||0||0||0|
|Stance Setback (mm)||0||0||0||0||0|
|Stance Range (in)||20-24.8||20-24.8||20-24.8||20-24.8||20-24.8|
|Stance Range (mm)||510-630||510-630||510-630||510-630||510-630|