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If you''ve got a hankering to go for a spin on a hardcore all mountain board that brings impressive performance and oozes style, check out the Rome Mod Snowboard 154 and tear up those banks like you mean it. Get some sick air thanks to the lightweight construction and the integrated Airpop Core Matrix to eliminate vibration, giving you unsurpassed balance and control over your ride. The Biax laminate outer material stands strong against the toughest obstacles the mountain can throw at you. Designed to optimize speed on downhill runs, the tapered frame lets you top out and leave your competition in the dust.
I like to have one camber deck in the quiver at all times. I demo'd this board and i really enjoyed it. I found it stiff but still playful, very lively, and had great grip and stability. I took it all over the mountain and it felt great everywhere. I may pick this up next season as my camber deck.
This board is so much fun to ride. Tons and tons of pop, just as advertised. Absolutely launches off kickers, but in a very stable and predictable manner. Stiff enough to shred anywhere. Got this board as an all-mountain machine that could bring the fun specs of a park board to the trees and groomers, and found it. Better at holding an edge at high speed than you think, this thing can bomb. Even tears right through the chop. Get this thing and enjoy.
This thing is legit. I'm riding the 158 and it kills it everywhere. Tons of pop for playing around all over the mountain, and stable for big booters in the park. It weighs a lot less than my Agent and is slightly stiffer. I have this paired with Cartel re:flex bindings and it's fantastic. Definitely recommend this one to anyone that'll listen!
This winter at the Bettypallooza at Stowe Vermont I got a day on the 2011 Rome Mod. It held up really well on the hard pack as I cranked up the speeds it locked into the firm snow. I then was sent one to ride while at Hood for the summer. I used it for everything from jumps to rails to pipe. I even rode it off the summit of Hood which has an impressive 1000 feet of big mountain riding, 40 degree plus, from the top! I ride a lot of rocker boards these days, and the Mod has been like a breath of fresh air to my riding. The camber is forgiving enough that it lets you lock onto rails and boxes with out a problem. I think that it might be a little easier at times to lock on with this board onto single barrel rails than a soft rocker board. Jumps big and small it gives you a ton of pop and grabs a landing with some teeth so you can stomp your spins and rip to the next feature. As the jumps get bigger the board performs better and better. Cambered All Mountain True Twin, is it too much to ask for a true twin all mountain camber board? It if was for Burton. Thanks Rome for keeping a full on True Twin Camber Board in the line that can actually shine all over the hill. For freeriding the board holds up well in tight trees and I cannot wait to get mine out in the backcountry for some powder lines and cliff drops! Needless to say I highly recommend the Rome and I will for sure be on mine a number of days this season!! Also be sure to upgrade to a pair of the Rome Bindings.
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