Trust the Agent.
- Carbon Reverse-V Stringer for powerful ollie and nollie response
- SinterSpeed base for easy maintenance and gap-clearing speed
- LDC Technology places low-density woods in low-stress areas to reduce weight
- Impact Edges for durability
- Park Bevel for catch-free control off jumps without losing edge-to-edge response
- Almost Twin shape for switch landings
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This may sound stupid but what is a reverse...
This may sound stupid but what is a reverse chamber board and what are the advantages/ disadvantages of riding one?
basically you need to know normal camber to understand reverse camber
link explains it pretty well
Really want an Agent, but unsure between...
Really want an Agent, but unsure between 149 and 152. I'm 5'6" and weigh 135lbs. Currently ride an Anthem 156 which is sick, but looking for something softer, more creative across the whole mountain. Dropping to a 149 seems like a big jump, but then again it's only 7cm isn't it. Any thoughts out there?
I would only drop down to the 152. It will still be big enough to hold at high speeds, but be useful for swinging it around on jumps/rails.
I have narrowed my choices of a snowboard...
I have narrowed my choices of a snowboard down to a few. i really want the rome agent or the agent 1985. what are the diffeeremces and hjow do both compare? some other snowboards i was looking at were:
gnu park pickle
rome sds agent 1985
stepchild chi borg
what should i get for all around snowboarding? im 5-11 and still growing. 143 lbs, again still getting bigger. size 11 shoes.
i plan on this board lasting for 3 years
What bindings would look dope with this...
What bindings would look dope with this set up
rome 390's have some crazy designs, but if you want bindings that actually last go with union contacts or forces, romes are like cinderblocks compared to union
390's slay er day
So I've been debating over getting this...
So I've been debating over getting this board or the new Yes boards. I am about 5'8 130lbs and want a board mostly for park but that can also shred the pow as well. My real question is whether the 154 Yes board will be too big for my weight and I will have trouble using it in the park and if the rome agent 152 will be too small to handle the deep stuff. Thanks a lot!
I would say a 154 would be a little too big, 152 would be perfect for you for deeper stuff, more all-mountain riding. The 146 would be good for park riding. This is all based off of your weight by the way, not your height. The Agent is a great board, It can handle it all.
unless your primarly going to jib 146 is way to small
im 5'8 and 174 pounds i ride a burton...
im 5'8 and 174 pounds i ride a burton bullet 154cm but its hard for me to spin and people are telling me to get a smaller board because i love to hit the park should i get a 149 because thats wat people are telling me
Yo Brad...i ride a bullet too..i wasnt too happy with mine so im looking at this board too --
anyway, your pretty short for your weight and boards are more based on weight than height...although i would recommend the 152 and not the 149 because theres a chance you could snap it. im 6'0- 6'1 and the 152 is a sick size for me.
is the rome agent wide enough to fit a...
is the rome agent wide enough to fit a binding for a size ten boot and binding size
I dont own the board so im not sure...although you can just adjust the gas pedal and this helps reduce toe drag if you extend it out some.
i have burton triad bindings, would those...
i have burton triad bindings, would those work well with this board?
it depends do you have est triads if so then no it would not.
I have the rome agent and the board rocks you can take it to the park then take it to the powder.
How does the Agent 1985 compare to this...
How does the Agent 1985 compare to this board? I realized the diff is the camber but how does the 1985 actually ride. Does it have similar pop and edge hold as the description suggests? Has anyone ridden both?
how does this compare to the custom
how does this compare to the custom
Cork 5 Rome Agent
This beauty is a) 2 years old and b) the best board i have ever owned and c) slap some 390's on this baby and she rips. Being 2 years old, it needs replacing, and i imagine i'll probably run the same set up
edit- i got the slash this year
im not gonna lie, this board is the best board i have used ever!! also got the artifact but prefer this one, its up for whatever i am willing to try and hasnt let me down yet! worth a spin for sure guys :)
freeways third. give it a little love.
this board rips. P.E.R.I.O.D. float a back 1 off a roller, bonk a tree, back lip that kink, then hit the fattest kicker you can find. if you think your up for it, the agent is down with it.
It's a really great board. The board feels good switch and has a REAllY low spin rate, you can 270 on or off with ease. Its kinda a stiffer board than most freestyle but I guess that's why it has such great pop. The edge control on this this is pro, and it just feels natural under u. Over all pretty please with this board. BUT if you want best of best look up SKATE BANANA-http://www.dogfunk.com/snowboard/Lib-Technologies-Skate-Banana-BTX-Snowboard-Assorted-Bananas/LBT0095M.html