Our bodies aren’t symmetrical, so why should our snowboards be? That’s the logic involved in the Roxy XOXO.
It employs a more pronounced sidecut on the heel edge of the board, so that the amount of pressure applied during the turn is closer to that of the toe side – something that doesn’t happen with normal snowboards.
Elsewhere it has a twin freestyle-oriented build, and a medium stiffness that means it won’t buckle when you hit high speeds. Speaking of which, the sintered base is more durable than most, so you get convenience as well as performance.