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Rossignol XV Snowboard Bindings

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Black/Yellow
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Specs

Type: Freestyle, All Mountain
Entry Method: Conventional Strap
Highback: Asymmetrical, 3D AsymWrap Highback
Ankle Strap: 3D Profile, 40oz Straps
Toe Strap: Combo
Baseplate: Fiber Reinforced, HCX-33 Baseplate
Baseplate Padding: Fullbed, EVA MagneBed SR Footbed
Ratchet Type: Combo, AsymLight Buckle Levers
Flex: Medium
Compatibility: 4x4
Recommended Use: Beginner, Intermediate
Baseplate Warranty: 1 Year
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: Rossignol XV Snowboard Bindings

Fly through the rest of the competition like a rocket in the Rossignol XV Snowboard Bindings. More aerodynamic than Superman, better handling than Spider Man, and more innovative than Batman, these bindings will invoke superhero status immediately upon its bearer. With an HCX-33 Baseplate for finely tuned responsiveness and ultimate performance, you have nothing to fear. The XV's are top of class in every attribute from attracting the best powder directly to your feet to soaring off jumps like a gazelle. Strap these on and you'll deserve your own comic.

  • Key Features of the Rossignol XV Snowboard Bindings:
  • HCX-33 Baseplate
  • 3D AsymWrap Highback
  • 40oz Straps
  • MagneBed SR Footbed
  • AsymLight Buckle Levers

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Best Bindings I've ride in 10 years
I received them really fast (props to THE HOUSE), super ajustable to fit your feet, I wear 13 US boots so it help a lot. The heelcup can be pulled and the front part of the footbed too!
I've set them on a Rossignol Experience magtek Midwide and I must say it's super agressive, I mean, you just slice the mountain in half. The response on these bindings is insanely quick, the heel strap is super confortable and applying the pressure more widely than other that compress your feet too much(allowing more blood circulation, less cold feet), the toe strap can be tighten in 3 positions: over your feet, on the edge of your boots and directly in the front of your toes, also super confortable. The adjustement of the lenght of your straps is also impressive, It's just a kind of spring clip than put dad in mommy... So whenever you want to adjust your straps it's a one second thing. The highback is superstiff, which is excellant for hard charging rider (like me). Footbed absorb shocks when dropping cliffs and things like that. What else can I say, they are so sick. Damn, no wonder Xavier de le Rue is using the older version of these since 2011 (the Rossignol Experience Bindings (same but orange and black)). Yeah, sickest bindings ever for anyone who enjoy hardcore freeriding (I didn't done any freestyle with them).
Peace!
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January 22, 2015
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Very responsive and durable
Awesome binding. Toolless adjustments work great. Very stiff and responsive, and is holding up very well to big mountain punishment from a rider who weighs 230 and is very aggressive. Put 30 days on them and still look unworn except for a tiny bit of fraying on the high back padding, and I look close to notice.
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February 14, 2015
Calgary, AB, CA
Age: 25-44
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XV Bindings
After one use the footbed foam was already falling off. Highback broke while trying to adjust it. Horrible customer service.
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January 20, 2015
Prince George, BC, CA
Age: 15-24
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This is a good stiff binding for all mountain riding. Purchased same brand board and wanting same brand binding.
Jeffrey J on Dec 29, 2013
How well does that adjustable metal heel cup hold when you add a larger boot size? I currently own Burton Rampant boots, size 12. I'm just wanting a stiffer more responsive binding, but hesitant on the fact that this binding starts at size 8.
John O on Feb 12, 2015
Best Answer: I'm running sz 12 DC boots with these bindings and an Rossi Angus board. The heel cup is solid once you adjust it out. It says 11 or 13 on the bracket I positioned it at 11 and that's been the best fit for the sz12 boots. The screws that hold it are a little hard to get to so be careful to not strip them out when tightening back down. The response and options on these are incredible for the price hands down the best binding I've had in 20yrs all around.
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Just bought the xv magtek board yesterday from The House.. So it'll be size 12 boots on the 168w. Stoked. Now I've decided to add the xv bindings over my burton missions....can I get the deal as though I bought them together? (It hasn't even been 24 hours!) :) I know it's only $10, but I'm in the doghouse with my wife as it is!

Rick W.
Rick W on Jun 8, 2014
Best Answer: Great binding. Very stiff And ultra great foot bed. I like that and I can hold a hard edge. As for the 10$ deal I am not aware of a combo deal I bought the Rossi krypto board and this xv binding but I don't think I got 10$ off. I would call the the house see if they can hook you up. I have to call customer service to change one thing I'm my order and they are very easy to work with.
Reply · Report · Jeffrey J on Jun 9, 2014
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Are the Gel pads durable? Like if a rock were to get caught in between the boot and the pad will it pop it?
A shopper on Dec 19, 2013
Best Answer: The gel pads on the Rossignol XV Snowboard Binding's footbeds are a made of a single soft gel type clear rubber. They are not the like a Gushers candy, with a membrane that holds a liquid based gel, they are a like bouncy balls, but much softer.
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