"Untracked lines await. The Rossignol Escaper Split brings a twin shape and freestyle feel for splitboard missions near and far. A slightly reverse flex lends directional control to the front foot, while our RadCut design maintains a playful feel and seamless edge-to-edge transitions. Its balanced mix of rocker and camber blends power, pop and float for the confidence to take on variable backcountry conditions from alpine bowls to tree glades.
Balanced Edge Grip and Float
AmpTek All-Mountain Rocker offers well-balanced edge grip, stability, forgiveness and float
Smooth Turn Transitions
Radcut turn design blends traditional and reverse sidecuts profiles for responsive maneuverability at low speeds and enhanced stability at higher speeds
Stability and Control
Directional All-Mountain flex provides increased control and stability for smooth turn initiation
Mellow Reverse Directional flex for front foot drive and all terrain versatility
100% of Rossignol's wood snowboard cores originate from sustainably harvested forests"
|The compatible bindings:||Spark R&D, SP United, Karakoram, Rossignol/Plum, Voile-USA Light Rail, Voile-USA Speed Rail, Burton/Spark Hitchhiker, Union|
|Length:||161, 161 Wide, 157|
|Processing + construction:||Industrially, Wood / fiber glass|
|Shape + Flex:||Mountain Twin, well-balanced|
|Lengths + wide division:||150cm - 160cm, 161cm - 168cm, < 260mm = small, > 260mm = wide|
|Construction method / weight:||normally|
|Lenght||Effective - Edge cm||Nose Length||Tail Lenght||Nose Width||Waist||Tail Width||Sidcut Radius||Base m2|
|157||120||23.3||21.8||29.7||25.2||29.7||6.6 - 7.4||4130|
|161||123||23.8||22.3||29.9||25.2||29.9||6.6 - 7.4||4254|
|161w||123||23.8||22.3||30.9||26.2||30.9||6.6 - 7.4||4402|
A twin shape from Rossignol.
We were all very excited and could hardly wait to see what Rossignol had up its sleeve for the 22/23 season. Then the time finally came, and of course we were not disappointed, as expected. The Escaper convinced me with its forgiving handling and its unusually good lift for "twin shapes". This is also due to the fact that it is of course not a true twin, but merely significantly less directional than its big brother, the "XV Magtek". It is super manoeuvrable, rides beautifully and is easy to control in any terrain. In terms of stiffness, it is a pleasant contrast to the stiffer "XV Magtek".
And don't forget: 100 percent of Rossignol's snowboard wood cores come from sustainably managed forests. - Cool!