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Rossignol XV Magtek Snowboard


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Description: Rossignol XV Magtek Snowboard

"Turns are a sign of fear." Xavier's big-mountain brainchild is designed for pushing the boundaries of big-mountain riding. Powered with MagTek and a wider, super-stiff nose with Tip Roller, the XV floats through deep pow, accelerates over chop and bites into the gnarliest ice. Just plant your front foot and pin-it!

Key Features of the Rossignol XV Magtek Snowboard:
  • Rocker/ Camber: Amptek All-Mountain
  • Shape/ Inserts: Directional/ Setback
  • Flex: Reverse Super Directional
  • Flex: 10/ 10
  • Tips: Roller
  • Waist: 255mm to 264mm
  • Sidecut: Magne-Traction
  • Core: THC CBF2
  • Range: Advanced to Pro
Length (cm) 159 163 167 164w 168w 174w
Effective Edge (cm) 117.0 123.0 127.0 123.0 127.0 132.0
Tip Width (cm) 30.0 30.1 30.0 31.0 31.0 31.10
Tail Width (cm) 29.0 29.1 29.1 30.0 30.0 30.10
Waist Width (cm) 25.5 25.5 25.5 26.4 26.4 26.4
Sidecut (m) 8.0 8.7 9.4 8.7 9.3 9.9

Xv Magtek

5.0 / 5.0
6 Reviews
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I have been a snowboard since 25 years, I do not ride more than 10 times a year, however I have owned so many boards and this is by at least a mile better than anything I used. It is amazing, grips well on ice, powered, does not shatter, and is so stable that you end up ridding twice as fast as you would normally do. I had a Jones Flagship and could not get used to it, it shattered so much so it was so uncomfortable. I ended up with this baby and never looked back!
March 15, 2015
Badass board
This board is incredible. It's clear why Xavier rides it. It floats through the deepest fresh, charges through any unstable condition with great control and digs in turns. This is about the tenth board I've ridden the past few years, the fifth Rossignol, and is by far my favorite. Highly recommended for the charger, sender and back country shredder alike.
April 15, 2017
Flagstaff, AZ, US
Age: 25-44
1 year ago
Rossignol XV Magtek Snowboard
I've been riding for 25+ years. Ridden all types of boards (Arbor A-frame and Never Summer Cobra and a bunch of Burton's) and all types of conditions. This board is my current favorite. Great in the powder but it really is a blast to ride on the groomers. The edges are amazing on hard snow, allowing me to up my speed with confidence, really easy to go very fast. This board carves like a dream. This is the best of both worlds type of board, it holds on ice but is fun in the powder.
February 27, 2017
Atwater, CA, US
Age: 45-64
Rossignol XV Magtek Snowboard
Best hard deck out there if you like a stiff, snappy, aggressive directional board. Crazy still nose powers through conditions that would buck you normally. Super fun board for inbounds and destroys slack country lines.
April 20, 2017
Mt baker
1 year ago
Rossignol XV Magtek Snowboard
My experience with different boards is limited, but I've used this board since December. I've boarded one time at Bridger bowl in montana, and the rest on little hills in minnesota. This board has made me feel reallllllllly confident. It's fast and smooth, floats well, carves hard and needs little effort. I called it buttery mixed with speedy. Im athletic and don't worry about going fast so I think that helps making this board fun.
January 4, 2017
Rossignol XV Magtek Snowboard
Purchased a 163 Upgraded from a burton 153 classic used about 6 times this new year. Im out of ohio but i frequent new york and utah. This board is deff awesome the magtek cuts through the ice, not alot of slip at all. Board is kinda big (for smaller slopes) being a 163 but it deff is alot more nimble than it looks. Ive had alot of fun on this board already going through some sketchy terrain and hitting 55+mph with ease. If youre charging you can hit just about anything. Flex is decent and ive succesfully hit the terrain park.
February 26, 2017
Cleveland, Ohio
Age: 25-44

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I'm 5'10" and 162# and ride 5-10days a year, intermediate bordering on advanced. looking for a good board for different conditions out west. Would you recommend this or the Templar or EXP and what size? thanks, Jim H.
A shopper on Feb 2, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Depends on what your agenda is on the mountain. I ride the XV and its the fastest board I've ever been on and I've been riding for 20 years. Great control on groomers and always on top of powder. If you like freeriding and charging the mountain, I'd recommend this board for sure. If you like to patrol terrain parks, you may want to look at your other options.
Would this board be good for a beginner? I am 6' with a 10.5-11 boot size
Michael C on Feb 14, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Hey Michael. Sorry for the late response... The XV is more suited for advanced riders. I would probably stay away if you're just starting out.
I ride a 163 krypto, is the xv the same hybrid style ? I'm240 lb, 5'10". I love the krypto and going fast.
Jeff S on Feb 25, 2017
BEST ANSWER: I have no experience with the krypto. I ride 165 libtec.i rode the xv three times.its a full camber. super stiff.its hard to oilly.the board rides good above 40mph on super will work you hard on groomers and slower speeds.definitely a big Mountain board.if you by get the stiffest boots and bindings .
hi i want to buy this magtek but dont know if i should go 159 or 163 size i am 5'9 and 200 pounds?. i currently ride a rome mod rocker 156 and it does fine and dosent bow on me?
Daniel K on Feb 16, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Rossginol suggests the 163cm. Although if you're riding a 156, who knows, maybe you could pull of a 159cm.
I've been riding for 15+ years. I'm 25 so until recently, like most broke college kids, I've been limited to one do-it-all board. For the past 3-4 years I've been riding a 158 K2 Brigade. This year I bought the Epic pass and plan to make a few trips out west on top of weekend trips to Stowe. I love hitting the park, but most of the time I ride with friends who are all advanced skiers and love to bomb the mountain at full speed. I picked up the Arbor Draft as my park board and am looking at this Rossi as my go-to for riding powder or just to straight-line around the mountain. I primarily ride in the Northeast so I was really drawn to this board for its edge hold on hard to icy snow. I had a couple questions for anyone who has ridden the XV. 1) Trying to decide between the 164 or the 167. I'm about 6-2, 180 lbs. Any advice on which I should go with? 2) I've been seeing the 2017 priced at $600 but have also seen older models going for around $400. How much of a difference is there between the 2017 and the older models? Thanks in advance for the help.
Pat D on Aug 15, 2017

Awesome choice on the board! Any time I'm taking a big mountain trip where I know I'll be hitting steeps, pow, and rock hard groomers I take the XV. I'm 6'4" 210 lbs. and ride the 164cm Wide.

There's a lot of great big moutnain boards, but there's not really that many that do it as well as the XV, especially on hard-pack because of the magnetraction.

At your size the 164cm XV will be more than enough board to enjoy.

The XV has pretty much gone unchanged since it was first introduced to the line.
Why don't the specs include the weight of the board?
A shopper on Feb 13, 2017
Usually the board weight itself is not all that important.... your bindings and boots will have a dramatic effect on your overall weight. This board weighs just under 7lbs.
I'm looking into getting this board. Two questions. I'm intermediate bordering on advanced and want to grow with the board skill wise. Would this be suitable? I have no park aspirations.

Also, I have a 14 boot. Is the 264 waist wide enough for me?
edwin P on Jan 13, 2017
BEST ANSWER: For sure! The XV rules - it's a beast of a board that RIPS groomers, trees, and pow. With a size 14 boot you'll be good to go with the wide version.

Awesome pick, you'll love this board!
Hi I'm 5'11" 180lb size 11. I'm trying to decided between the 159 and the 163. I currently ride a magtek one wide 161. I love the magne-traction but the board feels to big for me, slow edge to edge and hard to handle in the trees. I mainly ride out west. Steep gromers, trees and side country deep pow (when I can find it)...? Thanks for the help!
Adam S on Aug 16, 2016

The 159cm Rossingol XV Magtek Snowboard is going to be the perfect size for you. I ride the 164cm Wide version and it fits my 6'4" & 220 lbs frame.

The XV is my all time favorite big mountain board - it crushes everything. Remember to always ride it fast as possible.
I'm 6' 185 lbs with a size 12 boot - I currently ride a 157 Wide.

Do I need to get the XV Magtek Wide? I'm concerned the minimum length of 164 will be uncomfortable for me given what I'm used to riding. How much harder will it be to make quick turns in trees and bumps with that extra 7 cm? Thanks in advance for the help.
Reese M on Feb 15, 2016
For the most part with a size 12 boot you will want to look at Wide snowboards. This XV Magtek is 25.5 which will be close if you 'V' your foot... but I think you still would be better with a Wide.
Would size 9 boots work with the 255mm waist width?
A shopper on Jan 20, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Most definitely!
[5.9 ft, 173 lbs, boot 10.5] Which size would be best for me? 159 ( i know not in stock but would it fit best?) or 163 or 167?
A shopper on Oct 30, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Hello, the best board fit for you will be between 153-159, so if you would like to go a little smaller than a 159, you can. A 163 might be okay if you are doing mainly powder and downhill riding, but a 167 is much too big.
hi, im 1,80 m, 78 kg, boots 10.5. Which size should i get?
A shopper on Oct 23, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Hello, we believe a board in the mid 150-155 cm range should fit your body type the best, but as the smallest size in stock for this board is a 163, it would probably be an okay fit, especially for mainly powder riding, the longer board will give you a little better ride.
[6 ft, 175 lbs, boot 11] I ride mostly groomers and - when available - powder. I already have a Rossi One Magtek and I'd love a more aggressive, stiffer ride which can carve easily and float effortlessly. Which size would you suggest? 163 or 167? Thanks!
Gabriele C on Feb 12, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Hi Gabriele,

The Rossignol XV Magtek Snowboard is a great all mountain cruising board that charges hard, it's one of the most stable boards I've ever ridden.

It takes a lot of speed to drive the board, and the 163cm XV will be a more manageable in a variety of terrain.

Great choice.


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