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Rome Tour Wide Snowboard

Rome Tour Wide Snowboard
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Description: Rome Tour Wide Snowboard

Designed to stomp your personal progression.
Catch-free is key for riding everywhere with ease. NoHang-Ups Rocker creates a feel that is dependable and fun for taking on any mountain. Designed to progress every step with the rider.

Key Features of the Rome Tour Wide Snowboard:
  • NoHang-Ups Rocker: The perfect camber for progression. The flat camber Diamond and 3D Continuous Curvilinear Rocker team up to create a board that is easy to initiate, easy to rip turns on, and easy to learn that first set of tricks.
  • Bambooster Technology: Dual Inline: Milled into the core, rods of bamboo add height to your ollies and nollies. Bamboo is nature's way of loading up energy and giving your board large amounts of pop.
  • QuickRip Sidecut
  • Pop Core Matrix
  • StraightBiax Laminate
  • XTRD Base
  • True Twin
  • Flex: Playful
Length (cm) 155 W 158 W 161 W
Effective Edge (cm) 155 158 161
Tip Width (cm) N/A N/A N/A
Tail Width (cm) N/A N/A N/A
Waist Width (cm) 26.1 26.3 26.5
Sidecut (m) 8.15 8.5 8.85

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Wide, soft flex, no hang ups rocker. Like the simply and classy black/blue color combo. Purchased along with blue Burton Custom Bindings.
Herc W on Dec 6, 2013
Hello i'm a beginner, a fairly large beginner that's 6'2 195 Ilbs. My boot size is 13 and i'm looking for a durable easy to use board. Am I making a good choice with this one?
Zach P on Dec 10, 2013
Best Answer: Dearest Zach,

You my friend must have done the perfect mount of research, the Rome Tour Wide Snowboard would fit your size and ability perfectly. Seriously you hit this one out of the park.
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