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Rome Tour Snowboard 2015

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Type: Freestyle, All Mountain
Shape: Twin
Camber: Rocker
Flex: Medium
Width: Regular
Mounting Pattern: 2x4
Sidewall Type: Sidewall
Core: Pop Core Matrix
Base: Extruded
Sidecut: Modified, Quickrip
Stance Setback: None
Ability Level: Entry Level, Intermediate
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: Rome Tour Snowboard

Make this season the best you've ever spent in the mountains with the amazing versatile performance of the Rome Tour Snowboard for men under your feet. Featuring a true twin tip shape and a centered stance, this men's board makes spinning trick off of features in the park a snap and ripping turns switch comfortable and easy while the modified Quickrip sidecut delivers fantastic edge hold and control. The rocker profile lets the Tour Snowboard float on top of soft fresh snow, and with a lightweight responsive Pop Core Matrix, you get the powerful performance you need for big air and smooth landings.

Key Features of the Rome Tour Snowboard:
  • True Twin
  • Jump Rating: 9
  • JIB Rating: 7
  • Pow Rating: 9
  • Carve Rating: 8
  • All-Mnt Rating: 9
  • Pop Core Matrix
  • StraightBiax Laminate
  • XTRD Base
  • NOHANG-UPS ROCKER: 3D rocker meets flat camber for playfulness with just enough response
  • Bambooster Technology-Dual Inline: Added ollie pop, thanks to nature
  • Quickrip Sidecut: Off-set sidecuts for loose fun at slow speeds, and responsive precision at high speeds
Length (cm) 150 153 156 159 155MW 158MW 161MW
Effective Edge (cm) 116 119.0 122.0 125.0 121.0 124.00 127.00
Tip Width (cm) 20.0 20.0 20.0 20.0 20.0 20.0 20.0
Tail Width (cm) 20.0 20.0 20.0 20.0 20.0 20.0 20.0
Waist Width (cm) 24.8 25 25.2 25.4 26.1 26.3 26.5
Sidecut (m) 7.57 7.91 8.26 8.60 8.15 8.50 8.85


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Im debating between the Rome tour 2015 vs Rome tour 2014, would you be able to give any input on the matter?

Robert M on Sep 28, 2014
Best Answer: Robert,

The 2014 and 2015 Rome Tour Snowboards are really similar. Their Jump, Jib, Pow ect... ratings are identical according to Rome. As well, the integrated technology is also basically the same. Obviously the graphics are different.
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I am a beginner and I'm debating between either buying this Rome Tour, Burton Clash, or K2 Brigade. What are the crucial differences between them?
john n on Dec 28, 2014
Best Answer: Hey a great site to check out would be..."thegoodride" it has reviews on all different types of boards. However I just bought the Rome Tour and absolutely love it man. I'm 5'10 170 and went with the 159. It originally had a smaller board so it took a couple days for me to get used to the longer board when switching from regular to goofy/carving. I think this board is amazing. During icy conditions it never slips put from under me. And the speed is unbelievable when bombing down the hills in colorado. Th is boards great on uneven terrain (when the snow gets choppy). The flex on this board is good but not great a smaller size for me would probably flex more. I got the longer size for powder in the back country and the tour handles the powder great. I don't know anything about the other 2 boards but if you buy the rome tour you will not be upset. This is a great all mountain board. I think it's perfect for a beginner even though I've been riding for 8 something years and can do just about any run out in colorado with exception to helicopter skiing( haven't attempted that yet). What I mean is I think your learning rate on this board will be very fast and you will progress very quickly.The board does a lot of the riding for you. The board is extremely light I can hardly tell it's on during long lift rides. Hmmm I can't really think of anything else to say about it. But like I said those other 2 boards could be great, but the Rome Tour should be in every snowboarders top 10 for sure. This board could compete with anything out their right now!
Reply · Report · Robert m on Dec 28, 2014
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I'm 5'6" 180 lbs, Rome's sizing guide says I should get the 159. Is that going to be too big? What will the difference be for me if I were to get the 156? Speed, responsiveness? I wear a size 10 boot and am mostly still at a beginner stage.
A shopper on Feb 14, 2015
Best Answer: If I was you I would probably get a smaller size. Cause I'm 5'11 and 160 and the 159 is just a little to big. All it takes is more leg strength to whip your board around. I'm not sure if there will be a difference between the 159 and the 156. You might go faster on the 159, but it won't be worth it if you can't control the board as well. I started on a 157, but it wasn't big enough for my stance so i switched and i could tell the difference. Although I absolutely love this board. It's light as a feather and it can take a beating.
Reply · Report · Taylor H on Feb 14, 2015
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I am 6'2 200lbs, size 10 1/2 shoe, do I need to go to the Rome tour wide or will the 159 work for me?
A shopper on Jan 18, 2015
Best Answer: The 159cm Rome Tour (regular width) will have enough waist width to accommodate your boot size.
Reply · Report · Matt GStaff on Jan 19, 2015
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How does this compare to the Nitro Sub Zero 2015 board?
A shopper on Oct 28, 2014
Best Answer: The Nitro Sub Zero has their Gullwing rocker while the Rome Tour has more of a flat rocker with early rise in the tip and tail. Both are going to be softer flex, the Sub Zero offers a better/faster base, but both are good boards made for more park riding.
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