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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