The Rome Addictive Agent Snowboard packs a Reverse-V camber core that adds pop without increasing torsional stiffness, so you can go as big as you want and still jib with the best of them. Unlike freestyle rides that don't perform once you get outside the terrain park, this Rome board slays trackless powder fields or anything else you come across. A centered stance and twin-tip shape makes spins and switch landings easy as pie.
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Bought this board mid season, after I broke my other board. Let me tell you,* *This board takes forever to break in** I took me several weeks before I could really butter it at all. But after it broke in, it's and amazing board. Fun on everything. Enough flex to jib, but stiff enough to bomb the groomers. Great overall buy. But the one thing, is that it IS NOT twin, but very close. I'm 5' 8" and 140ish, and the 152 is a perfect "ride everything" board.
hey just lookin at boards to start on, n...
hey just lookin at boards to start on, n wanted to know if Union DLX bindings (M/L) will fit this board fine? also wat would postage to melbourne, australia set me back roughly?
Yeah forsure they will fit. The agent is a mid-wide board, so realisitcally you could fit a L/XL binding on it aslong as the the binding was set to pretty much the smallest setting. There's a lot out from Rome to choose from, and they are all great decks. I ride a '09 Rome Machine 154w with a pair of '10 Union Contacts, and am suuuper stoked on my set up. And as for shipping, you can look when you go through the checkout process(kinda easier that way). But you don't exactly have to buy the board, just add it into your cart and at the end it will ask you how you want it shipped and to where. Its not really the shipping that hurts, its the custom taxes at the boarder that kills you. Just check it out and see. Hope this helped