maybe a little bit i got to ride my friends society and i had a bit of a toe drag cause i wear 11.5's. i ride wide so maybe it just felt that way. just make sure your bindings are set right for minimal drag. this board is dope and has mad flex. my friend swears by this and has bought every model back into the mikey leblanc pros
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this baby will jib anything and presses are super easy. this board is extremely flexible, but offers pop instead of dead flex, so it kills on kickers, in trees, and when you need to hop some fences
Matt Maydick riding the Rome Mod at Jay Peaks Battle for Burlington 2009
i bought this board in the fall for my first semester of college in Vermont. I took it up to jay peak, and was buttering around on it. after the first day of riding i started noticing that the nose was De-laming and was eventually going to break off. (there was NO park open the first day so you can't even blame impact damage!). i ignored the problem until the nose flapped around when i rode it.
Rome's warranty happily replaced my board and my first day out on my new deck, i was bonking in the park and i dented an edge in and caused the entire tail to delam.
this board is the lightest, sickest board, with the best pop that i have ever ridden. it is definitely flexible enough for anyone and still slays on kickers.
this is without a doubt the best board i have ever ridden but rome needs to start focusing on durability. i have seen more romes snap or break than any other board company (and i have personally snapped 4 of them). come on rome, get your shit together