Rossignol XV Mag TEC Split
Testers StatementThe Rossignol XV 167 is super light for it`s length, has massive float and is incredibly maneuvrable.
Riding Style Rossignol XV Mag TEC Split 167:
Powder, Speed and challenging terrain. Greatings from Xavier de le Rue.
The Rossignol XV 167 is super light for it`s length, has massive float and is incredibly maneuvrable. The board can be controled excellently at high speed and keeps very stable. The rockered nose is a bit softer, so you get a surfy-feeling while riding pow - the stiff tail and the camber down to the tail gives you great edgecontrol at the ascent as well as at icy descents.
The all-new XV MagTek Split Kit is Xavier De Le Rue`s big-mountain splitboard produced by Rossignol, designed for accessing the boldest, most remote lines.
AmpTek All-Mountain combines traditional camber between the feet with moderate tip and tail rocker for increased stability, versatility and float.
Magne-Traction 7M delivers continuous tipto- tail edge hold, enhancing control in the gnarliest conditions. Super-stiff up front, the XV rides through the most challenging snow conditions, with a nimble, washier tail for maneuvering tight spots.
The THC² CBF², makes the XV Split flow smoothly from edge-to-edge while delivering enhanced power due to the inner sidewalls and steel edges. So the XV Mag Tek Split supports Xavier pushing the boundaries of big-mountain splitboarding.
It is fully equipped with Voilé's universal interface, skins and crampons and costs as set 949,95€ .
It is available in the legth of 167cm.
The hybrid construction (rocker infused with camber) between the feet brings great float and playfulness combined with pop and stability. AmpTek is a pat-pending technology that comes in 3 versions where the camber and rocker height and length vary to better fit the needs of all riding styles.
AmpTek All-Mountain stands for: 60% Rocker and 40% Camber
- More Control
- More Stability
- More Edge Pressure
- Smoother Landings
- Very Nimble in Powder
- Softer Tips/Stiffer Waisttorsion
In the Xavier de Le Rue Split there is also used Basalt and Aramid, to reduce weight and vibracions and to enhance the internal power od the board.