|Type:||Freestyle, All Mountain|
|Ability Level:||Advanced, Entry Level, Intermediate|
|Manufacturer Warranty:||1 Year|
Description: Rome Reverb Rocker Snowboard
For the truly adventurous person, suit up and strap into the Rome Reverb Rocker Snowboard 151 for men. Promising to keep up with your active lifestyle, this board is perfect to hit the features in the park, or go rogue in the back country and fly down the steeps. The true twin design offers an easy transition between regular and switch, perfect for spinning in style. With a camber rocker under you, you will soar through the powder like it's butter, and float like never before. The thin rod of bamboo puts an energetic pop into your ollie to keep you smiling for the long haul.
- True Twin
- Jump Rating: 9
- JIB Rating: 7
- Pow Rating: 10
- Carve Rating: 8
- All-Mnt Rating: 9
- Pop Core Matrix
- StraightBiax Carbon Laminate
- SinterTrue Base
- MNTPOP ROCKER: Rocker between the feet for fun times; camber in the nose and tail for power
- Hotrods-Bamboo Single Barrel: A thin rod of snappy bamboo for added pop
- Quickrip Sidecut: Off-set sidecuts for loose fun at slow speeds, and responsive precision at high speeds
|Effective Edge (cm)||114||116.0||118.0||120.0||123.0||125.00|
|Tip Width (cm)||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|
|Waist Width (cm)||24.8||24.9||25||25.1||25.2||25.3|
I was wondering if you could provide some assistance. I'm looking at a new board and have been toying between the Burton Process Flying V 152 and the Rome Reverb Rocker 151?
I live to ride all over the mountain, but also like to have fun in pow, park features, kickers and pipes. Which would be the best board to buy the gives good control in all these features and last me about 3-4 years?
Previous board was a bataleon whatever 153 but never really enjoyed the ride and feel it gave
That is a really tough call, both are amazing decks.
Both boards have rocker between the feet - but the camber zones outside of the rocker section are much different. The Rome Reverb Rocker Snowboard's camber sections start under each foot and extends to the contact points. The Burton Process Flying V Snowboard's camber sections are only located under each foot - the contact points are rockered.
When both boards are set on flat ground the Reverb has a much larger rocker height.
Overall the Reverb Rocker will have the most exaggerated feelings of both loose and grippy. Looser because of the rocker height and grippy because the camber extends to the contact points. The Process Flying V will be a more conservative feeling of loose and grippy.