When you find yourself peering down the biggest line on the mountain, whether it is covered in fresh snow, refrozen crud, or spring corn, turn to the Rossignol XV Wide to provide the stability and performance you need to get to the bottom in style. This directional big mountain board is super stable and easily controlled to ensure you feel comfortable and are in complete control when dealing with dicey big mountain lines and open powder fields. The key to this stability and control lies in the stiff directional flex, versatile Amptek Elite profile, and serrated edge technology. The 10 out of 10 rated flex is as stiff as you can find in Rossignol's line but fear not, this board still has some forgiveness. The shovel is slightly softer than the tail, allowing you to initiate turns more easily while still having an incredibly stable platform under your back foot. Working with that stiff flex, the Amptek Elite profile mixes a generous camber section between the feet with rocker in the tip and tail. The camber section provides powerful energy transfer to the edges for strong and secure edging when you need it while the rockered tip easily skips over piles of crud and floats through deep fresh snow on the best days of the season. Adding to these important technologies, the serrated edges add additional edge hold between the feet to ensure you can stop and control your self when things get hairy.
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Rossignol XV Snowboard - Wide
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