Boards Men's All Mountain Snowboard Xv

XV is rated 4.9 out of 5 by 11.
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SNOWBOARD


  

Looking for a Rossignol snowboard? Not sure which size of board to choose? We're here to help! Whether you're a fan of freeride, freestyle or just looking for a versatile snowboard, Rossignol has developed a range of different snowboards to suit your needs.



How to choose the right size of board


Usually the length of board chosen sits between the chin and the nose of the rider, i.e. between 10-20 cm less than the rider's overall height, depending on the level and ride style. For freestyle riding, choose a snowboard that sits between your shoulder and chin, and for freeride between your nose and chin.  We recommend that you take into account the suggested weight charts, manufacturers' recommended levels and ride style when narrowing down your selection.

- Weight: the greater the weight of the rider, the longer (and sometimes wider) the snowboard must be in order to withstand greater pressure.
- Level: the more experienced the rider, the more they will be able to adapt the size of their board to suit the ride style being practised. A short snowboard will be easier to handle, while a long snowboard will be more stable.
- Ride style: for freestyle snowboards should be shorter, usually lighter, more manoeuvrable and easier to twist and rotate, and for freeride they should be longer, usually more stable at high speed and more suited to powder.

Boot length is the actual measurement taken from the heel to the front end of the boot, and should not be confused with MONDO/US/UK/EURO shoe size measurements. Suggestions for acceptable boot length take into account the width of the board at the inserts and were calculated with a positive angle of 15° on the front foot and a negative angle of 9° on the back foot. Boot length will need to be different if these angles are not the same. For example, they can be 0.5 cm larger at higher angles and 0.5 cm smaller at lower angles.


  

SNOWBOARD ALL MOUNTAIN


  

MEN


  
SNOWBOARDBoard length
(cm)
Recommended rider weight
(kgs)
Suggested boot length
(cm)
ANGUS 154 50/75 29 MAX
158 55/80 29.5 MAX
162 60/90 29.5 MAX
ANGUS WIDE 159 60/90 > 29.5
163 65/95 > 29.5
166 65/95 > 29.5
ONE LF 153 55/75 29 MAX
156 60/80 29.5 MAX
159 65/90 29.5 MAX
ONE LF WIDE 157 60/80 > 29.5
161 65/90 > 29.5
165 65/95 > 29.5
TEMPLAR 153 50/70 29 MAX
155 55/75 29.5 MAX
158 60/80 29.5 MAX
TEMPLAR WIDE 156 60/85 > 29.5
159 65/90 > 29.5
162 65/90 > 29.5
CIRCUIT 145 40/60 29 MAX
150 45/65 29.5 MAX
155 50/75 29.5 MAX
160 55/80 29.5 MAX
165 60/90 29.5 MAX
CIRCUIT WIDE 156 50/75 > 29.5
161 55/80 > 29.5
166 60/90 > 29.5


  

WOMEN


  
SNOWBOARDBoard length
(cm)
Recommended rider weight
(kgs)
Suggested boot length
(cm)
JUSTICE 145 40/60 29 MAX
149 45/65 29 MAX
153 45/70 29.5 MAX
FRENEMY 144 30/55 28 MAX
147 35/60 28 MAX
150 40/65 28.5 MAX
153 45/70 28.5 MAX
GALA 142 35/50 28 MAX
146 40/60 28 MAX
150 45/70 28.5 MAX
154 50/75 28.5 MAX


  

SNOWBOARD FREERIDE


  

MEN


  
SNOWBOARDBoard length
(cm)
Recommended rider weight
(kgs)
Suggested boot length
(cm)
XV SPLIT 159 60/80 29.5 MAX
163 60/90 29.5 MAX
167 65/90 29.5 MAX
XV SPLIT WIDE 164 65/95 >29.5
XV 159 60/80 29.5 MAX
163 60/90 29.5 MAX
167 65/95 29.5 MAX
XV WIDE 164 65/95 >29.5
168 70/100 >29.5
174 70/100 >29.5
XV SASHIMI LG 152 50/75 32 MAX
156 55/80 >32
160 60/90 >32
XV SUSHI SPLIT LG 145 50/90 >32
XV SUSHI LF 144 50/75 >32
145 50/90 >32


  

WOMEN


  
SNOWBOARDBoard length
(cm)
Recommended rider weight
(kgs)
Suggested boot length
(cm)
DIVA SPLIT 152 45/65 28.5 MAX
XV SASHIMI LG LIGHT 152 50/75 32 MAX
XV SUSHI LF LIGHT 144 50/75 >32


  

SNOWBOARD FREESTYLE


  

MEN

JIBSAW15050/7529.5 MAX
  
SNOWBOARDBoard length
(cm)
Recommended rider weight
(kgs)
Suggested boot length
(cm)
BLACK OPS 155 60/90 29.5 MAX
BLACK OPS WIDE 158 60/90 >29.5
JIBSAW HD 155 60/90 29.5 MAX
157 60/90 29.5 MAX
JIBSAW HD WIDE 158 60/90 >29.5
162 70/100 >29.5
153 50/80 29.5 MAX
155 55/85 29.5 MAX
157 60/90 29.5 MAX
159 60/90 29.5 MAX
JIBSAW WIDE 158 60/90 >29.5
162 70/100 >29.5
RETOX 147 50/80 29.5 MAX
150 55/90 29.5 MAX
153 55/90 29.5 MAX
156 60/95 29.5 MAX
TRICKSTICK AF 150 45/65 29.5 MAX
154 50/75 29.5 MAX
158 55/80 29.5 MAX
TRICKSTICK AF WIDE 154 50/75 >29.5
158 55/80 >29.5
162 60/90 >29.5
166 60/90 >29.5
SAWBLADE 145 40/60 29.5 MAX
150 40/65 29.5 MAX
155 50/75 29.5 MAX
SAWBLADE 155 55/85 >29.5
160 60/90 >29.5
DISTRICT 146 40/60 29 MAX
151 45/65 29.5 MAX
155 50/75 29.5 MAX
159 55/80 29.5 MAX
DISTRICT WIDE 156 50/75 >29.5
161 55/80 >29.5


  

WOMEN


  
SNOWBOARDBoard length
(cm)
Recommended rider weight
(kgs)
Suggested boot length
(cm)
DIVA LF 140 30/50 28 MAX
144 30/55 28 MAX
148 40/60 28.5 MAX
152 45/65 28.5 MAX
MERAKI 140 30/55 28.5 MAX
145 30/60 28.5 MAX
150 40/60 28.5 MAX
MYTH 136 30/45 28 MAX
139 30/50 28 MAX
144 40/60 28.5 MAX
149 40/70 28.5 MAX
154 50/75 28.5 MAX


  

JUNIOR


  
SNOWBOARDBoard length
(cm)
Recommended rider weight
(kgs)
Suggested boot length
(cm)
JIBFLUENCE 130 30/45 28.5 MAX
135 30/50 28.5 MAX
140 30/55 28.5 MAX
145 30/60 28.5 MAX
150 40/60 28.5 MAX
ALIAS (JR) 130 25/45 27 MAX
135 30/50 28 MAX
140 35/55 28.5 MAX
145 40/60 29 MAX
SCAN SMALLS 80 10/20 22 MAX
90 15/25 23 MAX
SCAN 100 15/30 24 MAX
110 20/40 25 MAX
120 25/45 26 MAX
Leave no line untracked. Designed in collaboration with big mountain rider Xavier De Le Rue, the XV is full-throttle freeride board designed for riders with a high threshold for speed and power. The super directional shape, large stiff nose and...
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Level
Beginner
Expert
Sizes 159 163 167
Waist (cm) 25.5CM 25.5CM 25.5CM
Stance width min/max (cm) 50 TO 62CM NA NA
Inserts setback (mm) 30MM 30MM 30MM
Radius (m) 8 TO 9.4M NA NA

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Details of Men's All Mountain Snowboard Xv

characteristics

Product

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SKU REHWC07 000
Weight 3200gr (163)

Profile

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Snowboard shape DIRECTIONAL
Sidecuts SERRATED EDGES (7M)
Rocker Camber AMPTEK ELITE
Snowboards flex rate FLEX 10/10
Inserts number 6*2
Suggested weight (KG & LBS) 60 TO 95KG / 130 TO 210LBS

Base

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Base density 7500 SINTERED

Materials

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Core THC  CBF²

Key features

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Boot size (max) 32CM MAX

description & fixations

Leave no line untracked. Designed in collaboration with big mountain rider Xavier De Le Rue, the XV is full-throttle freeride board designed for riders with a high threshold for speed and power. The super directional shape, large stiff nose and narrow tapered tail offer effortless float and maneuverability, while our 7M Serrated Edges maintain incomparable edge control for the precision and confidence to plant your front foot and pin it over anything in your path.

Explosive Pop and Stability
AmpTek Elite Rocker maintains explosive pop and edge-gripping stability

Maximum Flotation
Tip Roller base technology delivers effortless steering, stability and float in deep snow

Maximum Edge Hold
7M Serrated Edges enhance edge grip for maximum stability and edge hold in the firmest conditions

Hard-Charging Control
Reverse super directional flex maximizes power and control for aggressive freeriding

Powerful Stability
Our stiffest flex for advanced control and all-conditions freeride power

Sustainability
100% of Rossignol's wood snowboard cores originate from sustainably harvested forests

Reviews

Rated 5 out of 5 by from Please make a wide 174 Splitboard I have the 174 wide xv and its superb in every way. I also have purchased the 167 xv Splitboard and I can see its its going to potentially give me problems with my large feet size on steep riding. This is the only board I want to ride now as its the best I have ridden. Please make a Splitboard version of the 174 xv
Date published: 2019-03-31
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great if you've got small feet I've been riding this board every day for over a month now. It will charge nearly anything, but the board is simply not wide enough. I'm always catching my toes/ heals and I ride a large union binding with size 12 boots. I love the shape and responsiveness but for "must make" turns in no fall zones, I lose confidence in the Wide XV. She is a steep pow fiend.
Date published: 2019-01-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very Good Board I am in the same opinion as the reviewer before. Really a greate board, which rocks if you bring it on edge. I test the split version in 167 on glacier in Austria Hintertux. Over the run we had all kind of conditions. It was incredible between bumps, on gromer, on soft snow and especially on platse completely of ice. I was suprise how the hard noise - soft tail shape was running and fall in love. Bought me the 164 wide version. Same request for future ... Make it a real wide version!!! No one is buying this pro board - who is afraid of slow edge to edge transfer. Best regards from Germany Jens Ps: Please appologize the orthography
Date published: 2019-01-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best Snowboard I know of... but.... I earned the 14/15 and the 17/18 XV 168 Wide and the 17/18 XV 164 Wide Splitboard. It is the best snowboard for agressive off AND on piste, incredible stable at higher speeds, the stiffness infront of your binding helps imense to bulldoze through the most uneven terrain! I am a BIG fan of the Magtek edges on this board! BUT, I have Bootsize EUR45,5/US11,5 which is not superbig but SADLY I have BIG struggles with massive toe and heeldrag since the board is not Wide enough... this affects me heavily while deep and fast carving on slopes and especially scary when you are traversing steeps in harder snow conditions.. I am snowboarding for over 25 years and I dont want any other board BUT please make a real WIDE version of it for the big boys who love this ultimate shredstick! I made a lot of thoughts about this subject and i would "recommend" a waist width of 275mm, and leave the rest as wonderful as it is! Thank you Xavier and Rossi for this great Snowboard, but a wide board should be wide enough! my prayers are on for the next years version! best regards Stephan Willmes Austria
Date published: 2018-09-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Board asks "Is that all you got" This board is a speed machine. I am 6ft 4, 235lbs, I got the 164w model of this board and omg is it fast. My old snowboard is a rossi levitation (about 10 years old) and I would get major speed chatter at higher speeds. I am going as fast as I think the board will allow me, and it just asks "is this all you got?". Powder= set the stance back a bit and you float like nothing Groomers= tuck and burn it is stable at any speed Trees and moguls= great edges, easy to transition back and forth Crud=this board deals with the death cookies and changing conditions like nothing. This board is super stiff, if you are a smaller person you may have trouble trying to really engage the edge, I would not recommend it for park or anyone who is on the small side. For big guys, get this board!!!!
Date published: 2017-09-22
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Questions

What is the small hole in the tip of the board?

Asked by: apcastagno
Hooks up to helicopter for heli boarding in the mountains
Answered by: Lennon
Date published: 2019-01-03

What is the angle that should be used when sharpening the edges?

Asked by: Johnny B
Hi! The factory base and edge bevels for the XV snowboard are 1.5 degrees. If you have any further questions, please send us an email at inforossiusa@rossignol.com Enjoy Riding! The Rossignol Team
Answered by: Rossignol Customer Service
Date published: 2019-06-15

Hi, I am 5' 10", wt 188lbs. , boot size 11. Sometimes my weight varies according to different sports( 178-190 ).  Not sure what size to purchase the Magtec XV ? Would you please make a suggestion ? I am using the board in Vermont. It gets icy. Thank you.

Asked by: DocT
Hi, Based on the information you provided, the recommended size for you on the XV Magtek is the 164W. We recommend that you visit one of our authorized dealers in your area to get your hands on the board and see what feels right for you. You can find our dealers near your by using our store finder at the link below: http://storefinder.rossignol.com/l/list?cc=en_ Thank you, The Rossignol Team
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2017-12-30

How wide is the 168W at the location off the back inserts?

Asked by: PaulC
Hi, Here are the width specifications of the XV MAGTEK WIDE in reference to the 168 cm length: Noe Width: 31.0 cm Waist Width: 26.4 cm Tail Width: 30.0 cm For more information, feel free to contact our U.S. offices directly at inforossiusa@rossignol.com. Thank you! The Rossignol Team!
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2017-11-21

6'3" and 215lbs with a size 14 US boot. I'm thinking about the 168 length XV or would the 174 be better? All speed and powder; not interested in the park.

Asked by: Evets
Hi, We recommend going with a wide board if your shoe size is greater than a US 10. Based off of the information you provided, the 174 W is recommended for someone who is around 150-220+lbs. The next size down being the 168 W is recommended for someone who is around 6' - 6'4" and 150-220 lbs. We recommend going into an authorized Rossignol dealer to get your hands on this board and compare the two sizes. You can find a dealer located near you by using our store finder at the link below: http://storefinder.rossignol.com. Enjoy Riding! The Rossignol Team!
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2017-10-11

Hi, what is the difference between the XVwide 2017 and 2018 models? (ie any difference in design, construction or base materials etc). Can you tell me which retailers in Australia that will stock the 164cm wide model?

Asked by: AdamD
Hi, The 16/17 and 17/18 XV MAGTEK WIDE is the same as the 17/18 board is a carry over of the 16/17 board. Please contact our Australia Distribution Center at rfuleky@plg.com.au or +61 466987643 for help getting your hands on the 164 cm XV MAGTEK WIDE. Thank You! The Rossignol Team!
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2017-10-10

Hi, I'm 6 feet tall, 190 lbs. My shoe size is 12 US. Do I get the wide or the standard width board? Thanks, R

Asked by: RAEE
HI, Based on the information that you provided, the recommended board length for you would be the 168 W. We recommend going with a wide board if your shoe size is greater than a US 10. The 168 W is recommended for someone who is around 6' - 6' 4" and 150 - 220 lbs. Enjoy Riding! The Rossignol Team!
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2017-10-05

Hello, I'm 5'7" and 140 lbs. I was wandering if the 159 would be a good size for me or is it too big? Thanks

Asked by: aleimb95
Hello, We recommend visiting your local Rossignol dealer to get your hands on the snowboard to see what feels right for you! With your weight/height, it sounds like the 159cm would be a great fit for you! Thank you! The Rossignol Team!
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2017-05-26
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Why choose the Men's All Mountain Snowboard Xv

AMPTEK ELITE ROCKER

Our three patented blends of rocker and camber are each tailored to a specific riding style and intensity level. Featuring stiff extremities and a softer waist, AMPTEK ELITE is composed of 60-100% camber with an applicable percentage of rocker at the extremities, offering explosive edge grip, pop, and stability.

FLEX10

Rossignol snowboard FLEX ratings range from softest (1) to stiffest (10) so you can select the best flex pattern for your skill and riding style. Softer boards are easier to manipulate, stiffer boards offer more power and stability.     

SERRATED EDGES 7M

Our original 7M SERRATED EDGE technology offers seven points of edge contact (three between the inserts and two on either side of the inserts), expanding grip to once unreachable areas of the board for maximum stability and edge hold in the firmest, iciest snow conditions.

ABS

Offered as walls or built in cores, ABS provides enhanced durability while keeping the core safe from moisture.

ARAMID (A.K.A. Kevlar®)

Commonly used in ballistical rated body armor fabric, Aramid dampens vibrations and softens rough landings

BASALT

Stronger and lighter than fiberglass and with more elasticity than carbon, basalt fibers enhance power and stability while removing vibrations.

GLASS FIBER

Has greater elongation before break than carbon and comes in multiple weights and weavings, making it our #1 choice for customized flex and torsional resistance. Glass fiber also stabilizes the mechanical properties of our wood cores over time.

MICROCELL

A PU material that's integrated into wood cores to reduce weight and deliver increased snap, pop and liveliness.

REVERSE SUPER DIRECTIONAL

REVERSE SUPER DIRECTIONAL • Very directional flex • Extremely stiff under the front foot for confident control and maximum power • Stiff waist for stability at high speed • Medium stiff under the rear foot for smoother turns and nimble maneuverability

THC CBF2

Triple Hybrid Core (THC) infused with CBF2: 2 types of wood laminated with 3 Microcell beams, combined with 2 strips of basalt delivering in lower weight with increased balance, control and edge grip.

ROLLER TIP

BASE TECHNOLOGY: An industy-first, Rossignol's Roller technology raises the edges of the snow by milling the core of the board. The Tip Roller raises the edges off 1mm of the snow just past the contact points to reduce weight at the tip and tail and direct snow around the board for increased stability at high speed and floatation in powder.

Men's All Mountain Snowboard Xv
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