When you don't have a spare helicopter lying around to get to the top of your line, make sure you've got the next best thing: the Rossignol XV Splitboard. As Xavier de le Rue's go to weapon for accessing those hard to reach spots, the XV is designed to smoke out serious big mountain lines wherever they lurk. It features Rossi's Roller Base technology and AmpTek Elite Rocker for supreme edge control and float, with a muscular THC CBF² wood core and Reverse Super Directional flex capable of powering you through the gnarliest backcountry terrain without getting weak at the knees. Grab the Rossignol XV Splitboard and put the pedal to the metal.
AmpTek Elite Rocker – AmpTek Elite features stiffer tips and a softer waist with 60% camber between the feet for explosive pop and stability, and 40% rocker at the tips for catch-free spins and landings for total freestyle domination.
Flex Rating 9 (1 Soft - 10 Stiff) – Stiff under the binding areas for punch and grip underfoot with a stiffer waist for stability at high speed.
Reverse Super Directional – A very directional inverse flex, extremely stiff under the front foot for confident control and maximum power in demanding terrain, medium stiff under the back foot for more nimble maneuverability, with a stiff waist for increased stability at speed.
Roller Base Technology – Roller Technology raises the edges off the snow, providing no-catch edge control, ridiculous float in powder, and grip when you want it, never when you don't. A milled core just pas the contact points reduces swing weight at the tip and tail, directing snow around the board for increased stability at speed and effortless float in powder.
THC CBF² – Triple Hybrid Core featuring Dual Torsion Box, two types of wood laminated with three microcell beams, and two strips of basalt for explosive yet lightweight balance, control, and edge grip.
Aramid – Also known as Kevlar®, acts as a vibration dampener that softens rough landings. Durable, strong and extremely lightweight, Kevlar® is often used in ballistic body armor.
Basalt – Stronger and lighter in weight than fiberglass with more elasticity than carbon. Basalt enhances board feel, power and stability while absorbing impacts and vibrations.
Microcell – A PU material that's integrated into wood cores to reduce weight and deliver increased snap, pop, and liveliness.
Glass Fiber – Delivers customized flex with increased torsional resistance and stability.
ABS Sidewalls – ABS provides enhanced durability while keeping the core safe from moisture.
7M Serrated Edges – Rossignol's exclusive edge technology offers seven points of edge contact (three between the inserts and two on either side of the inserts), improving bite and grip along the entire edge for better stability. Larger bumps provide better bite in firm conditions.