The Rossignol One is a fun ride that can handle powder like a pro due to its directional shape and early rise nose. Looking down at the base profile of this board from nose to tail might make you think it was left out in the sun to warp, but this shape is fantastic for powder. We also found that the One performed great on edge, though it was less stable than cambered boards and its weight made it less playful than other contenders in our test suite. Both this board and the Lib Tech T Rice Pro weigh the same, which is funny when you consider that the T. Rice is longer and wider. Perhaps it's a testament to how ballistic the materials that make up the One really are. Fun ride, but heavy.
For the 2017/18 season, the One MagTek becomes the One LF (pictured above). All product links will direct you to this new version. For details of what changed, keep reading.