Item # 9853rmsawt17zz-rome-snowboards

Rome Sawtooth Snowboard


$262.95 - $299.95 $499.99 (47% OFF)

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Description: Rome Sawtooth Snowboard

One of Rome's new models for the 2017 season comes the Sawtooth. This directional forward thinking deck comes prepared for that rider ripping first chair groomers and everyone in between. A traditional camber profile makes this deck have great snap and edge gain wherever you decide to take it. A single bamboo rod is added inside the core for a positive feedback for added energy and personality when popping and snapping your deck. Laced with a 90/90 carbon hybrid laminate adds that much more power inside the guts to make this deck a true all mountain mobster. Get to the top, strap in, spray some skiers and make it to the bar before mountain close.

Key Features of Rome Sawtooth Snowboard:
  • TurboRods—Bamboo Single Barrel - A snappy rod of bamboo milled into the core for more pop
  • Pop Core Matrix
  • 90/90 Carbon Hybrid Laminate
  • SinterTrue Base
  • Shape: Directional
  • Camber: Free - The Ride
  • Style: MTN Collection
Length (cm) 153 157 160 164 167
Effective Edge (cm) 117 121 124 128 131
Tip Width (cm) 28.92 29.7 30.04 30.4 30.6
Tail Width (cm) 28.92 29.7 30.04 30.4 30.6
Waist Width (cm) 25.2 25.8 26 26.2 26.4
Sidecut (m) 8.14 8.34 8.48 8.73 9.16


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Does this board have a 3d base?
A shopper on Oct 18, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Not 3D. It is a traditional cambered base.
Will this board (at 167) accept an Xtra Large binding (11-15) (boot at 13)?
A shopper on Sep 6, 2018
You shouldn't have a problem with that depending on how wide your stance is, the brand of the bindings, and the angles at which you have your bindings. Overall, most brands will fit if you have a wider stance and have your bindings angled outward (duck-footed).
Can I ride this board in the park?
A shopper on Aug 29, 2018
You technically could ride any board in the park, but this board's shape isn't designed for park riding. I would check out our selection of Freestyle & Park boards here:


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