THE XV SUSHI
This is the Xv Sushi Snowboard by Rossignol.
A tribute to the intersection of snow and surf with a nod to retro Japow slashing style circa 1990, the XV Sushi features a throwback directional fish shape and new graphics. Built to three-time Freeride World Tour champion Xavier De Le Rue's spec, it delivers effortless powder-slashing fun and on-demand edge control for a smooth, versatile ride in all conditions.
Explosive Pop and Stability
AmpTek Elite features 60-100% camber with an applicable percentage of rocker at the extremities, offering explosive edge grip, pop and stability
L.I.T.E. Frame core technology integrates a urethane strip around the entire perimeter of the board for full-length dampening and an ultra-smooth ride
Smooth Turn Transitions
Radcut turn design blends traditional and reverse sidecuts profiles for responsive maneuverability at low speeds and enhanced stability at higher speeds
Control and Maneuverability
Reverse Directional flex delivers balanced power, control and maneuverability for all-mountain versatility
100% of Rossignol's wood snowboard cores originate from sustainably harvested forests
|STANCE WIDTH MIN/MAX (CM)||52 to 60cm|
|INSERTS SETBACK (MM)||NA|
|Rocker Camber||Amptek Elite|
|Snowboards flex rate||Flex 6/10|
|Suggested weight (KG & LBS)||50 to 75kg / 110 to 165 lbs|
|Base density||7500 Sintered|
|Base details||3872 (144)|
|Boot size (max)||>32cm|
AMPTEK ELITE ROCKER
INTENSITY TECHNOLOGY: The first Rocker combined with Camber between the feet, 3 times awarded by the American press and available in 3 versions to suit all riding styles. Go for an explosive pop thanks to rigid tips and a softer skate with the AmpTek ELITE. Take immediate pleasure with a 40% rocker in the tip and tail to minimize the risk of snagging when exiting the kicker and when landing and a 60% camber between the feet for pop and stability.
Combining high tensile strength with excellent low temperature flexibility, our thermoplastic polyurethane belts absorb vibration and provide better pressure response.
REVERSE DIRECTIONAL • Directional flex. • Rigid under the front foot for trajectory control. • Softer pad for comfort. • Moderately flexible under the rear foot for snow feel and maneuverability.