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09-17-2015 07:00 PM
Originally Posted by francium View Post
Talking off Xavier picked up a Rossignol Magtek XV last night for an absolute steal in the end of season sales was too cheap not to try it. IfI don't like it I won't be too upset and I'll just sell it on.
You will be very happy with XV
09-17-2015 05:53 PM
Brewtown Hey Francium did you get any time on your mountain division last season? Came across this thread searching for reviews and wanted to see if you could share your thoughts on the board.
08-31-2014 06:14 AM
francium lol yup its another one for me to hide on top of the wardrobe, worked out as 243 for me so thats pretty darn good.
08-31-2014 06:12 AM
Tatanka Head
Originally Posted by francium View Post
Thanks. Hmmm...if they kick back on vat for swiss shoppers then we might be twinsies. I also might be single.
08-31-2014 04:26 AM
francium Yup online from these.
Rossignol XV Magtek [2013/2014] -
08-31-2014 02:14 AM
Tatanka Head Was it an online deal? Link?
08-31-2014 02:10 AM
francium Talking off Xavier picked up a Rossignol Magtek XV last night for an absolute steal in the end of season sales was too cheap not to try it. IfI don't like it I won't be too upset and I'll just sell it on.
08-26-2014 10:10 PM
Clevocapri I have a 2015 Yes PYL. I haven't used it in powder yet but have in icy to mushy snow on Ozy snow fields.

I was impressed. Its now my favourite board!
08-26-2014 02:49 PM
Originally Posted by Mal1989 View Post
You get what you pay for though, None of the true camber high spec boards come cheap despite what some of the big brands would like you to believe. The jones models are only really mid spec, I bet you though JJ is riding some next level wood about 4x the price of the jones lineup.
Nope. Especially considering a lot of the lines he does kill boards. Just Like Xavier, one and done.

While quality wood can have an effect on how a snowboard rides, it's not as crucial as precise manufacturing and the compsoties quality that go into it. I used to make Guldemonds Rockstars and the Volcom boards. Including the Volcoms under their riders feet. Standard woods and glass. Occasionally a specific carbon layup, but nothing more than that.

If that dude is making money producing low-tech, premium ingredient snowboards then good for him. But there is a very good reason snowboards are made out of accesible woods like poplar and aspen.
08-26-2014 02:34 AM
francium I see what your saying but I don't go out looking to wreak my boards. However a couple of years back first time out on a new board was just riding to the side a groomer in the fresh snow hit a rock and stuck a 10 inch gouge down the base of the board to the core. Now I was slightly sad about this but if I'd just spent nearly a 1000 quid on a board I'd of spent the rest of the week in the corner crying.
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