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In an industry saturated with 'do-it-all' freestyle decks, this one actually does it all.

Arguably the original all-mountain/park crossover, the Rome Agent Snowboard's positive camber profile and poppy yet forgiving flex add up to a versatile, stupidly fun ride. Boost the jump line, switch 5-0 the down rail, and duck into the trees for some hero slashes. It's all good - literally.
  • Traditional camber shape offers the best possible pop off jumps and stability at speed
  • Extra-meaty Impact Edges resist dings and blowouts, and feature a two-degree bevel for catch-free slides and edge control
  • PressurePop technology uses V-shaped basalt stringers for increased edge grip and ollie/nollie power
  • StraightTriax 30 fiberglass layout juggles a forgiving flex with edge control
  • Basalt Impact Plates add lightweight impact protection in high-stress binding zones

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3 5

Rocker is aight but not the best

I had the chance to try out the Agent Rocker. I found it to be an OKAY board. I am not saying that I didnt have fun but to be honest I am not all into this hybrid reverse slash reg camber combos. I found it to not be as playfull. I rode some pow and my leg still was tired. I rode rails and it did pretty good. But I think I will just stick to one or the other NOUGH SAID.

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is this board good for 40-55 foot jumps

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is this board good for 40-55 foot jumps
wat size
im 115lbs

can burton binding fit on this? burton...

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can burton binding fit on this? burton cartelss

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Yep, I've put burton's on a 4 hole patterned board many times.

5 5


I picked this years model up. i am 5'8", 165 all mountain slayer but mainly park focused. first run i nearly came in my pants. literally the most fun ive ever had on my board. ive been riding for 10 years and have ridden many boards and have demoed even more. First ollie off a roller i floated so fatty. the pop is absolutely incredible. i couldnt believe what was under my feet, a gold mine with pop better than pamalas tits. super fun in the park too. jumps it slays, solid edge hold and stompability on landings. i hit 20' ish down rails at keystone and it was so sick (i did detune before riding). i didnt ride for long so i only hike the rail for about an hour but got back and front lip 2sev outs. 2sev front lip. cab 2sev switch back lip. it was a relief to know this board slays it all!!!

Does this board feel the same riding switch...

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Does this board feel the same riding switch as it does regular? It says the stance is centered, but is the slightly longer nose noticeable when riding switch? Any info on this would be great.

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no it doesn't feel the same riding switch, but its about as close as you get for not being a true twin tip. I would definitely recommend this board if your into any sort of park riding. it also handles surprisingly well in the powder and in the backcountry; i had the 2009 model and its my favorite board so far, and i've owned five all from different brands. ill be getting another one this year unfortunately...god damn rocks

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yes it does feel the same unless you are a pro. it is a directional twin which means the offset is about 1" hardly noticeable. ive ridden this board for 4 years, i set my stance centered and it is perfect.