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Rome Double Agent Snowboard


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Description: Rome Double Agent Snowboard

The Rome Double Agent Splitboard is a board with a split park-powder personality. Dawn patrol hike sessions are made easier as you climb up with skins and ride down with spins. The Freepop Rocker profile adds extra pop to the board while the Kevlar Impact Plates help reduce vibrations and dampen rough landings. For a board that is great for hiking and even better for shreddin'' check out the Rome Double Agent Splitboard

Key Features of the Rome Double Agent Snowboard:
  • Climb up with skins and ride down with spins
  • Build private booters with friends
  • No sled needed
  • Dawn patrol hike sessions
  • Taker of first lines down pillows
  • A split with a park-powder split personality
  • Powerbars: carbon v: more power, more energy, and more carbonation! pre-formed bands of lightweight carbon to guarantee pop in powder
  • Pressurepop tech: kevlar v: found in our high-end boards with fast power transfer from the bindings to your contact points with the snow
  • A lethal combination of ultra-light material and highly responsive snap
  • Kevlar impact plates: the sweet spot is under the bindings
  • With all that abuse, the kevlar in these plates protects your top sheet and transforms chatter, torque, and compression into concentrated pop
  • Airpop core matrix
  • Sinterspeed base
  • Straighttriax30 laminate
Length (cm) 154
Effective Edge (cm) 120.5
Tip Width (cm) 29.4
Tail Width (cm) 29.4
Waist Width (cm) 25.4
Sidecut (m) 8.12

Double Agent

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Looks Freakin Awesome
Tyler M on Oct 31, 2013
Looks Freakin Awesome
Tyler M on Oct 31, 2013