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In 2014 RVL8 Skiboards introduced the 88cm Blunt Rockered skiboards, and it was an immediate success. Riders were amazed at how such a small set of skiboards could pack such an amazing amount of performance. A combination of flex, rocker, width and sidecut combined to help riders feel an amount of freedom and mountain awareness previously unachieved before. A year later, taking cues from the Blunt, RVL8 introduced the Blunt XL. At 100cm and with more pronounced rocker the Blunt XL offers even more performance and reward than it’s little brother while still maintaining that nimble, maneuverable feel you expect from skiboards. The new Blunt XL’s graphic design is by veteran RVL8 artist Martin Azevedo. View the feedback from the Forum Community on the new Blunt XL
Why is rocker so awesome? What does it do for you?
Rocker offers increased float in powder! – With rocker, your tips will float up in powder and crud. The feel is smooth and just like when you surf, wakeboard or waterski, rocker helps you to stay buoyant and on top of the snow. You’re able to maintain a more balanced riding stance which saves energy and improves your reaction time.
Rocker is more maneuverable –
Rocker brings the tip and tail up and off the snow, shortening the contact length of the edges and making turns easier. Your ride becomes more nimble and maneuverable, allowing your to pivot and “slarve” without catching edges. You can slash the snow, slide sideways to scrub speed, smear and butter turns. The increased mobility works great when you are in the trees or tight chutes.
Rocker makes park riding a dream –
With rocker technology your skiboards are pre-pressed which makes riding presses in the park easier. The less-catchy nature of a rockered skiboards allows you to initiate your spins early and gives you greater ability to recover from off-axis landings and under-spun airs.
Who should/can ride rockered skiboards?
Everyone can ride rockered skiboards and have fun. That’s the beautiful thing about rocker technology. You can be a beginner or advanced rider, young or old, and benefit from riding rocker skiboards. Rocker is an easier and more fun ride.
Where does rocker technology excel on the mountain?
With the possible exception of icy, pure competition environments, there are rocker skiboards meant to excel in every type of skiboarding.
Minimum rider height for best performance with:
Non release bindings is 5’5″ (165.10cm)
Release bindings is 5’0″ (152.40cm)
Rocker profile – 5mm / 22cm (Tip/Tail)
Width profile – 16/13.8/16cm
Camber – 0.00
All RVL8 Skiboards feature the best ingredients available:

  • ABS Sidewalls
  • Signature RVL8 Blunt Tips and Tails
  • Tip to Tail Dual Carbon Fiber Beams
  • Stainless Steel 4cm x 4cm Binding Inserts
  • Laminated Poplar Wood Core
  • ISOSPEED Sintered 7500 Race Base
  • 2 layers of Bi-Axial Fiberglass
  • Full Perimeter Rockwell 48 Steel Edges
  • Rubber Foil Dampening
  • Dye Sublimated Topsheet
  • Silkscreened Base Graphics
  • Full 1 Year Manufacturer Warranty
RVL8 2016 Rockered Skiboards Graphic

1 review for RVL8 2016 Rockered Blunt XL 100cm Skiboards

  1. 5 out of 5

    Allen Manison

    The Blunt XLs were my first pair of skiboards and I love them. I originally switched over from skis to these several years ago and wanted a great skiboard for skiing out west. I always wanted more control and the ability to handle deep powder without an issue. Sure, these more slarve vs. carve, but they’re fun as heck. On one of front side blacks at Copper, I could slarve and during turns, touch the upside mountain. Very cool! Moguls were super easy and almost unfair…and I am not a fan of moguls.

    I am a sports rehabilitation specialist and I ONLY recommend skiboards to my patients. I had a hip replacement and using skiboards is a no brainer for anyone who has had any knee or hip surgery. It’s that simple. If you want to really enjoy skiing and minimize injury potential, get skiboards.

    I have since increased my skiboard arsenal to the spliffs (see review on this site) and now the condors (for more aggressive hard pack skiing).

    If you’re considering skiboards, stop and just get them. Sight unseen. You cannot go wrong. I have many friends and patients who have spoken with Greco and subsequently ordered skiboards…everyone loves them. You ski better and have even more fun!

    Enjoy! Any questions, feel free to reach out to me. You can find me online quite easily…

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Weight 6.00 lbs

RVL8 2016 Rockered Blunt XL 100cm Skiboards

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