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Rossignol XV Magtek Snowboard


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Description: Rossignol XV Magtek Snowboard

If you've been searching for a board that will let you challenge yourself, look no further than the Rossignol XV Magtek Snowboard. This fine design marvel offers up all the stability you could ask for, thanks to the old-school camber between the inserts and the medium-level rocker in the nose and tail that make sure you notice you've got all the float you need. For more control, the XV Magtek features Magne-Traction 7M, with tip-to-tail edge hold that will serve your tricky whims while simultaneously helping you avoid falls, spills, and other mishaps mountains like to throw your way.

  • Key Features of the Rossignol XV Magtek Snowboard:
  • AmpTek All-Mountain Rocker
  • Magne-Traction Sidecut 7M
  • Tip Roller
  • THC CBF Core
  • 7500 Sintered Base
Length (cm) 159 163 167
Running Length (cm) 101 106 111
Tip Width (cm) 30 30.06 30
Tail Width (cm) 29 29.06 29.1
Waist Width (cm) 25.5 25.5 25.5
Sidecut (m) 8 8.7 9.4

XV Magtek

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I picked up the 167 for a steal at $370 from the house paired it with the rossi xv bindings. Had been riding an old 163 K2 Zeppelin twin set up with wide stance. The first time on the Rossi I was shocked at the magnetraction. The stance was setback and more narrow than I have been riding. I felt a little squirly and got shucked a couple times cuz the magnetraction just won't let go. After a couple of days, I must say this deck is ridiculous. So stable at high speed. The magnetraction is amazing once you grow a pair and let it ride. This thing picks up speed like nothing else. Accelerates like a cheetah. The nose is solid and handles the chunder like Sherman through Atlanta. I must say I am stoked at this ride. #rossiaintnojoke
April 3, 2015
Flagstaff, AZ, US
Age: 25-44
over 2 years ago
I purchased the 2014 model for this current season to save some money. I've had such a great experience with this baby! You literally can go as fast as you please and can rely on your board taking anything the hill throws at it! I have been riding for 6 years and... I found my true love!
January 27, 2015
Salt Lake City, UT, US
Age: 15-24

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I am 5ft. 9 and weigh around 170, I wear size 10. I'm an intermediate to advanced all mountain rider, would it be possible to use the 167cm? Thanks.
Elie H on Jan 26, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I'm 5ft.10 and weigh 180+/- day depending. I wear a 10.5 burton boot. Because of there tech, it closer to a 9.5 or 10 boot on the outside.
Just returned from japan on 1/26 and absolutely loved this board (163 cm) it rode well in powder, tracked out, and groomers. It turnedvery well edge to edge and can carve a nice line (I like nice heel to toe technical turns). I surf as well being that I'm from N..C and it also had a bit of a surfy feel in some deeper snow.

If you turn well, and ride strong I feel you should be fine and will be able to throw it around. You would probably get more lift in deeper snow. My 159 lib tech hot knife doesn't turn as easily as this 163cm xvmagtek .

Hope that helps
wondering whether I should go for the wide or the normal xv... I love to carve and have the burton concord in 12 along with the Union Force and an angle of +21/+6.
What do you suggest? Would like to have the normal board due to edge to edge and responsiveness and not the wide one....
Thx in advance for your comment!!
Thommy on Sep 16, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Hey dude I went for the normal xv not the wide. rode it for a whole season in japan two seasons ago when it dumped continuously, I bought a t rice pro HP at the same time and hardly rode it! the xv is epic and the best powder board I've had! its directional but is actually really easy to ride switch which is perfect for busting big lofty switch 180s. I also got the chance to use one that was a split board going bc which I would consider turning it into also.
I'm 6' 6'' 210lbs and currently riding a forum board thats 161 and a few years old. Looking to replace and this caught my eye. I can't help but feel this is to much board. I crush resort mountains and can handle myself pretty well in the trees. Not really into the terrain park, just love carving and taking on the mountain. Is this the wrong board for me essentially?
JT P on Dec 23, 2014
BEST ANSWER: This is an amazing all mountain board but is not for beginner riders. Advanced to expert riders will love it. Amazing edge hold in any snow conditions. Stiff but still has enough flex so you can get some pop. Very quick turn radius edge to edge without even thinking about it. This is the fastest board I have ever riden. It has one speed full blast but you feel very stable at high speed. The only comlpaint I have is the base is very thin so when you hit rocks or logs you will get core shots. I love this board so much I bought another one to have it as a back up. I am an expert rider who enjoys steep lines, trees, moguls, and backcountry. Yes you can ride fakie with this board but no park riding!
I am 6'5" and weigh 250lbs. I prefer speed on cordoroy/hard pack or back country powder rides. Would the 167 be right or would the 2015 xv at 174 be a better fit? Would the 174 be hard to turn?
dubbya on Jan 23, 2015
BEST ANSWER: For the Rossignol XV Magtek Snowboard, with your height and weight you could do the 167 for front side or groomers. The 174 will make a slightly longer arc in your turn, but will be better for back country and powder, and will be more stable if you want to do higher speed runs.
I wear a Burton driver X size 10 boot and use fairly aggressive angles, should I go with the regular or wide version ?
Maestroe on Oct 28, 2014

These boards are plenty wide enough to get a 10 on the regular width board. There's no need to go to a wide board unless you are 12 or larger.

Have fun!
What is the difference between the 2014 and 2015 models besides color?
A shopper on Oct 28, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Rossignol felt the Rossignol XV Magtek Snowboard was very well desgned and made, so they left the construction and shape the same but did new art on the graphics.
I hear this board feels a lot smaller than the posted size. What size would you recommend for 5'10" 180lb size 10 boot?
Barry the Sneak on Dec 8, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Hello Barry, the XV 163 would be great choice for more of an all mountain feel and still provide good float in the powder. The XV 167 would be more big mountain powder focused. Thank you.