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Rossignol XV Snowboard


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    Freeride fanatics only.

    Riding lines where falling simply isn't an option, Xavier de le Rue demands stability and strength out of his board for straight-lining chutes, floating across powder, and holding an edge on icy cirques. The Rossignol XV Magtek Snowboard is his vehicle for pushing the boundaries of what's possible on big-mountain faces with serious exposure and variable snow conditions.

    Designed for Xavier's aggressive riding style, the XV Magtek features a tapered directional shape so you can point it down steeps without the nose diving under icy crusts or submerging in waist-deep powder. As expected, its stiff flex ensures maximum stability at speeds that would simply overwhelm other boards. Tailored to Xavier's riding style, the board's flex pattern is inverted, meaning it's stiffest along the nose and slightly softer along the tail. This inverted flex pattern delivers the stability needed to charge over chop without being bucked off-balance.

    The XV Magtek is predominately camber along the board's effective edge, with rocker at the nose and tail for increased float and catch-free turns across hardpack. Roller Tip upturns the base along the nose, subtly redirecting snow for smoother tracking. Magne-Traction serrated edges grip onto ice and bulletproof snow without slipping out. Other notable features include basalt fibers for increased pop and damping, and an aramid reinforcement that smooths out unnerving chatter when you're hauling at serious speeds.

    • Freeride board for charging big-mountain lines
    • Amptek Elite Rocker is 60% camber, 40% rocker
    • Stiff flex offers unmatched stability and response
    • Tapered directional shape keeps the nose from submerging
    • THC CBF2 wood core with microcell beams for reduced weight
    • Basalt fibers increase snap and energy transfer
    • Aramid reinforcement dampens high-speed vibration
    • Sintered 7500 base resists damage while remaining fast
    • Item #ROS008K

    Tech Specs

    159 cm, 163 cm, 167 cm
    Amptek Elite Rocker (camber underfoot with rocker at tip & tail)
    Effective Edge
    [159cm, running length] 1010 mm, [163cm, running length] 1060 mm, [167cm, running length] 1110 mm
    Waist Width
    [159-167cm] 255 mm
    Sidecut Radius
    [159cm] 8 m, [163cm] 8.7 m, [167cm] 9.4 m
    Stance Width
    [159-167cm, min/max] 19.7 / 24.4 in
    Stance Setback
    1.2 in
    THC CBF2 (wood laminates with microcell beams)
    glass fiber, basalt fibers + aramid reinforcement
    Magne-Traction 7M
    7500 sintered
    Recommended Rider Weight
    [159cm] 130 - 175 lb, [163cm] 130 - 200 lb, [167cm] 145 - 200 lb
    Recommended Use
    Manufacturer Warranty
    1 year

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    Loved the split so much I got a solid

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Rode a 163 split all last year and loved it so much I got the solid in a 159. This is one of my favorite boards, its charges like nothing else I've rideen. The flex pattern is unique rossi rates the nose a 10, the front inserts to mid board an 11, tapering down to 9 in the tail. What this means is that when your pinning it or hard carving you can confidently plant your front foot on the gas and hold on tight. When things get deeper the soft tail allows you to wheelie out and slash, as well as gives you some backseat landing forgiveness. I've ridden blue ice with it, I've ridden 36" of fresh on it. Its an all around weapon, but certainly is a hard charging board, not for skid turning or slow speed, it wants to be pushed harder and harder.

    Oh Boy What a Fun Pow Slayer!!!

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Honestly the last directional pow board I had ridden was a few years ago and an old Burton Fish. This thing was night and day difference and actually extremely fun to ride in almost all conditions but more so in the deep! In 18+ years of riding I had never been on a board with magna traction. I've heard it can take a few days to get used to but honestly it took maybe 1 run and I had it dialed and no issues trusting it at all. It grips hard on the ice and am very impressed. It's a stiff board so don't expect to butter on it but it's seriously fun! Probably one of the best years of my life getting 10+ deep powder days with this thing and I couldn't be happier. All smiles here and so glad I had it! Getting the split version for next year.

    Hard charger for any conditions

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I got this hoping for a big mountain and powder board that would be Ok on groomers. What I ended up with is an amazing board that excels on groomers and hard pack and floats pretty well in powder and is a fraking beast on steeps. The camber that runs under the meat of the board along with the magnetraction (marketed as magtek) feels very solid even in crappy conditions. The nose rocker pops up well in powder, and the tail slot seems to help too. The sintered base is fast if you take care of it, and it seems pretty tough based on a couple of very close encounters with rocks. It rides longer at speed and shorter in trees. Turn initiation is responsive, fast but predictable. The nose rocker sounds and looks a bit chattery at speed, but doesn't seem to impact the performance.

    I have been nothing but impressed with this deck. It is my go-to for all conditions now. It is pretty stiff, so I would only recommend this for advanced to expert riders. Rosignol wasn't the first brand I thought of for a new board, but they made one hell of an amazing ride with Xavier De La Rue's pro model XV Magtek.


    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Xavier Le Ru hits the biggest baddest lines and this board is built to help him achieve his goals. It pretty much is a race car. Why? First the base is insane. They took rossignol's fastest strongest base. core shots? forget about it. Wax on wax off your ripping. Next they they used the magic of basalt on the edges three Microcell beams. This provides extra damping so you dont get loose and an extra stiff flex which stiffens this baby up and provides that solid feel that xavier needs on big, fast lines. They threw magna traction in which helps you rail turns by increasing contact points. On a normal board your have 2 but using magna traction which increases that to 7 a side. Wana turn ice to pow? I do. Then the shape. The profile is a 40/60 rocker/camber. This is the perfect amount so you aren't washing out and float with ease through the pow. They also have a small cutout on the tail to help float, and a pointy nose to spear through the pow after re appearing out of a drop. Finally the artwork on this board is insane. It really pops and you always get complements. No stickers on this baby. Overall if you are looking for a hard charging all mountain board that is oriented towards pow this is your board. Please feel free to reach out anytime if you are looking for a board happy to answer any questions and make sure we get you in the right gear!