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Just wanting to know who has ridden this board and how it rides...I've heard its stiff, holds incredible edge and is faultless in design and performance. If you don't ride like Xavier or ride extreme terrain like Xavier, is it worth purchasing even if you want freeride / pow qualities?
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Just wanting to know who has ridden this board and how it rides...I've heard its stiff, holds incredible edge and is faultless in design and performance. If you don't ride like Xavier or ride extreme terrain like Xavier, is it worth purchasing even if you want freeride / pow qualities?
I'd be interested in this response as well, but would also add a sub-question:

For those who have had a chance to ride the Rossignol XV (replacing the Experience in the 2014 lineup), is it worth holding out for that?
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Haven't ridden the experience in years. But the XV is fucking awesome.


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Just wanting to know who has ridden this board and how it rides...I've heard its stiff, holds incredible edge and is faultless in design and performance. If you don't ride like Xavier or ride extreme terrain like Xavier, is it worth purchasing even if you want freeride / pow qualities?
yes to everything.

I won't ever sell mine
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The new Rossi XV shape has a small mooncut at the tail. Looks like one hell of a ride!
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