Rossignol Retox Earns TW Snow’s 2012 “Good Wood” Award


The new Rossignol Retox has blatant, in-your-face jib-addictions. But unlike a certain TV star the Retox actually is "WINNING" by claiming Transworld Snowboarding’s coveted 2012 Good Wood Award!   Transworld added the Retox is "built for the true rail junky."   Rossi Snowboard’s core true-twin jib board takes abuse to whole 'nother plane and never self-destructs, making it the ideal partner in crime while swerving through the urban landscape.  The Retox comes stock with a belligerent dose of durability. It’s dye-cut-free base and medium-flex wood core can slay rails and stomp landings till the man shows up or your legs give out, whichever comes first.

Amptek Freestyle camber has 5mm of camber between the inserts for amplified pop and edge hold. The rockered tip and tail keep the board playfully loose for easy nose and tail presses with no worry of catching and edge and eating the deck.

"This camber fusion is a fiend for stable landings and pop. Infused with a medium flex, it'll take on any park feature." – Transworld

Check out Rossi’s Award-Winning Snowboard Innovations and check out the entire 2012 line of sick new boards and binders from Rossi Snowboards.

Kenny Banzai (aka Ken Marshall) supplied the paint job on the new Retox, check out more of his work here and watch this guy wax poetic while trying to comprehend what the stoic bear is thinking!