The Rossignol XV Sushi LF Powder Board is a pint-sized powder board for devouring the deepest powder of the season. The XV Sushi LF serves as a mellow pow deck when buoyancy in powder and nimble turning between tight trees are essential. Since it comes as a 145-centimeter board, the XV Sushi LF Powder Board maintains incredible float with its fatty swallowtail shape, which is 20 millimeters wider than a normal board. Even more impressive, the XV Sushi LF Powder Board has an incredible 58 millimeters of taper--the nose being significantly wider than the tail. Beyond pow, this taper instills a surfy feel when you're carving up groomers, slashing wind lips, and deftly threading trees. It's built on Rossignol's Amptek Elite profile, which places responsive camber directly underfoot, so you can lock into carves without washing out. You'll find the camber transitions to rocker at both the tip and tail. The nose rocker is most prominent, rising early to keep you floating above the deep stuff with ease. And because a large, rockered nose is susceptible to high-speed chatter, Rossignol uses LITE Frame technology to mute excess vibration from bucking you around. This technology is comprised of flexible urethane strips milled into the board along the perimeter, creating a smoother ride by conforming to the terrain and absorbing jarring chatter.
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