Shred and destroy.
- Zero Camber profile reduces edge hang-ups to help you stomp more tricks without sacrificing pop off of jumps
- Mega-beefy Railkiller Edges resist dings, cracks, and blowouts
- Bi-Lite laminate uses bi-axial fiberglass for a soft, pressable flex
- Pop Band uses strategically placed fiberglass for increased snap without adding torsional flex
- Reflex Profile uses a thinned-down core for a forgiving flex and tons of board feel
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should i go nitro t1 or rome artifact...
should i go nitro t1 or rome artifact rocker???
depends on what you will be riding. the artifact rocker will be great for rails and maybe some smaller jumps. i have a t1 its slightly stiffer and is nothing special for rails but its great for jumps of all sizes
Im 5"10 and 160 should i got 153 or 156 i...
Im 5"10 and 160 should i got 153 or 156 i mainly ride park
id would go 153 im your weight and ride a 153 DC PBJ and i love it....so i would go 153 for sure...... hoped that helped
153 would be solid. If you are hitting big jumps jump up to the next size for some more stability.
If i have a 10.5 size boot will i be ok...
If i have a 10.5 size boot will i be ok with a regular or should i get a wide?
Usually the cut off is an 11 boot. Its also dependant on how wide the waist of the board is. I ride a wide, but i also have size 12's. So aslong as ur boards waist is over 246 you will be fine. Thats pretty much what all the decks out now are, so you should be good on a reg
Hey there. This board should be just fine for a 10.5. I have a 10.5 and it worked just fine for me. Euro carvs all day and no toe drag.
Will this board (153cm) fit to rome 390...
Will this board (153cm) fit to rome 390 L/XL bindings
what is the waist width and what size boot are you wearing if you waist width is less than 150 i would think about looking for another board
ha just checked and the waist width is a 246 in my opinion that board is too narrow for a large extra large i would look for a wider board
Sooooo poppy but nice and soft
This board is so so so poppy but also still really forgiving. The zero camber is a perfect compromise between the hang ups of regular camber and the wash out of reverse camber.