Designed for Xavier de le Rue's hard charging style, the Rossignol XV Magtek Wide Snowboard is a super stiff freeride board that's designed for bigger, more powerful riders rockin' larger boots. Starting out at 164 centimeters and running to a whopping 174 centimeters, the XV Magtek Wide isn't messing around when it comes to freeride performance, delivering tons of float and instantaneous edge control for destroying the steep and deep. Catered to Xavier's love of bombing steep faces with deep powder, the XV Magtek Wide features a directional shape with 10 millimeters of taper and a small tail cut out for ample float when you're attacking big mountain lines. This freeride specialist has a Reverse Super Directional Flex, meaning it's extremely stiff under the front binding with a stiff mid section that mellows out as you work towards the tail. This flex pattern provides confident control for driving powerful turns, allowing you to negotiate steeps and high speeds without chatter. Featuring Rossignol's AmpTek All Mountain profile, you'll find camber underfoot with rocker in the tip and tail. When you break it down, the board is 40% camber and 60% rocker 30% rocker at each tip for effortless float at high speeds with aggressive edge hold underfoot, especially when you factor in the board's claw like Magne Traction edges. New for this year, Rossignol added their Roller Base tech to the board's tip and tail. This technology raises the base edge of the tip and tail by one millimeter. This subtle 3D shaping directs snow around the board's tips for silky smooth powder turns without plowing. Inside this big mountain charger, you'll find a THC CBF2 core that's crafted with two types of wood laminated with three Microcell beams and two strips of basalt along the edges. This specialized core provides extra dampening and a super stiff flex that begs to be ridden hard and fast. Rounding out the board's impressive list of features is a sintered 7500 base that readily absorbs w...