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|Base density||Sintered 7500|
|Range||Advanced to Pro|
|Waist||255mm to 264mm|
|Sidecut||Magne-Traction 7M, 8m-9.9m|
|Split core||THC2 CBF2|
|Rocker camber||AmpTek All-Mountain|
Generally, a snowboard is chosen according to a rider’s weight, ability and riding style. A shorter snowboard will be more manageable and easier to maneuver – great for beginners, lighterweight, or more freestyle-oriented riders. A longer snowboard will be faster and more stable – great for heavier, more advanced, or aggressive freeriders.
For more freestyle-oriented performance: size between your shoulder and chin.
For more freeride-oriented performance: size between your chin and nose or above.
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Comments about Rossignol XV MAGTEK SPLIT:
So this is my 1st split and also the largest board i've ridden. I've been on a few other split boards but once I realized the amount of research and development that goes into Rossignols boards I figured it was a good choice. I was blow away by its stability at high speeds, even on groomers headed to the backcountry gate. Then once I got it into it into some trees I was blown away by it's quick and effortless maneuverability. It even crushed moguls getting back to the resort at the end of the day. It seems to be a much lighter set-up then any of my friends splits and it's MUCH lighter then my ski touring setup. The pow shovel nose creates lots of float so no burning out that back leg and . Lets be serious it does not get any better then slashing pow on a nice pow stick! This thing can get you there and back and then some!
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