The Rossignol XV Sashimi LG Snowboard offers a versatile ride for charging through powder and playing off natural features. Sitting between the XV and Sushi on Rossi's spectrum, the Sashimi provides unreal float with more area in the tail than the Sushi for absorbing landings from pillow drops. A large rockered nose and setback stance increases float for extra-deep days, while a wide waist width increases the overall surface area to be able to ride a shorter snowboard without sacrificing stability. A medium-stiff flex is responsive and stable at higher speeds while you're blasting through powder fields, and Amptek Elite Rocker offers supreme edge hold and float for any conditions present.
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