The XV from Rossignol is the ideal snowboard binding for freeride, while performing well in all-moutain or carving, without being too rigid.
The Rossignol XV binding is none other than the pro-model designed by Mr Xavier de Le Rue, a French and international freeride snowboarding legend. We are talking about a high-performance binding with which you can ride hard, however you will discover that it also offers comfort and cushioning.
What is the program of the Rossignol XV snowboard binding?
The Rossignol XV is equipped with a 3D AsymWrap spoiler, with an asymmetrical shape that enables reactivity and control in the backside supports. It is also not too stiff and prevents the feeling of fatigue at every turn. For the frontside supports, you can count on a fairly accentuated gas pedal and straps that firmly secures the boot. With the addition of an extruded heel arch, lighter and more reactive, you're well equipped for an on-piste or off-piste practice, while enjoying all the comfort and cushioning offered by the insoles. The Magnebed S3R outsole has a 3° inclination and gel inserts. This will delay fatigue and make you ride longer!
Who is the Rossignol XV snowboard binding intended for?
We recommend this model to experienced or expert snowboarders looking for a snowboard binding that offers lots of stability in the supports, enabling them to embark on descents whatever the terrain without having to say goodbye to comfort.
What are the main qualities of the Rossignol XV snowboard binding?