Rome Artifact Rocker Snowboard - 2011
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Does anyone think that Burton Missions will work well with this board?
January 22, 2012
Burton has a pretty universal base-plate layout; you should be able to bolt those on no issue.
By: Jason Kerouac
January 23, 2012
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Go for the 150 man, you would sacrifice alot of pop, especially since this is a rocker board. Also pressing will still be easy on the 150
By: Logan Madden
December 12, 2011
147 or a 150 depending on what you prefer, and it has a ton of pop, especially for such a soft deck.
By: Rome SDS
December 22, 2011
December 25, 2011
I road this board christmas eve and fell in love with the ride... I am no where near a park/jib/rail rat. I'm older and want nothing more then to just shread the mountain. I was so surprised to use this board and discover I love riding rockers... Feels like your bounced up and over the snow and I can't even explain it, the feel was great and especially great at high speeds... My question is, why are rocker style boards meant for park use? and are they not recommended for someone who is looking to just shread the mountain? I tried 4 high quality boards on saturday including the GNU riders choice and still fell inlove with this one. Let me know what ya'll think..
Is this strictly a park board? I'm thinkin about buyin it but i want to make sure i'll be able to ride the mountain with it to. Thanks for the help.
By: Kevin Kraft
November 29, 2011
its a soft board with an extruded base, especially well for jibbing, but to answer youre question..its a snowboard so itll def ride the mountain. the quickrip sidecut helps keep its stability when charging but also has a looser feel at slower speeds.
By: Dan Candidi
November 29, 2011
I just got this board and am lookin for some bindings. I have size 11 boots and was think about the rome mobs but I dont know if there is a better fir for this board..
November 8, 2011
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By: Logan Madden
November 16, 2011
I rode the stay positive cambered artifact last season. which i really liked. i wanna try the rocker this season for some reason. what are the big differences and should i stick with the stay positive or go rocker
October 30, 2011
im 6'2 190 pounds and i was wondering what size would best suit me, i do a lot of rails/jibs, and am very into jumps as well, other board recommendations would help too, thanks.
By: Dan LT.
October 25, 2011
i have size 12 feet and and weigh 152 pounds and i was wondering if it would be better for me to get a wide board rather then a normal board?
October 17, 2011
with feet that size a wide or at the very least mid-wide is definitely what you want. Toe/heel drag is the ultimate worst.
November 3, 2011
I have a size 12 foot and im 155. I would say try to size down your boot to an 11 or 10 1/2 and youll be set
November 30, 2011
Hey, would I be better off on the 144 or the 147? I'm 5'6" and 138lbs. I ride a lot of rails and occasional jumps but nothing over 30ft. I know I'm over the weight limit for the 144 but would it make a huge difference in pop or flex?
September 13, 2011
thanks for all the help guys! I really appreciate it
October 3, 2011
i would for sure go for the 144 if i were you! if your riding rails and 30 foot jumps than a 144 is perfect. the rocker will also make it feel a little longer when your carving to the park, and the short size will make a huge difference in the maneuverability that you need to ride jibs. i weigh 210 and I'm 5'11" and i only ride a 150 and i hit 40's on it.
By: bailey miller
September 18, 2011
Hey I am also 5'6" and about 140 pounds. Although I am not quite sure whether I am going to go for this board or the Arbor Draft, I do know that I am going to get a size 150. A 150 will just be a little bigger and be more versatile while not sacrificing the ability to press and do rails. The Artifact Rocker is a soft board so it will be easy to press even in a slightly larger size, and I know from personal experience you do NOT want a board that is too small. This will just cause a lack of pop and it will be way too easy to go "over the handlebars" on presses. So basically the larger size will give you more pop, more stability, better jumping, better carving, and will not sacrifice anything. If you REALLY don't want to get the 150, AT LEAST go for the 147, you may be sorry if you go smaller. While you may be able to do the same stuff, it will be more difficult and not as fun. Plus the 150 looks really sick but that's just my opinion. =)
September 26, 2011
You would definitely be better off with the 147 if it was between the 144 and 147. I'm 2 inches shorter than you and 20 pounds left and I would go for the 147, so I'd recommend the 150 for you.
By: Logan Madden
September 15, 2011
- 144 cm, 147 cm, 150 cm, 153 cm, 156 cm
- rocker (reverse)
- Effective Edge:
- [144 cm ] 1110 mm; [147 cm ] 1140 mm; [150 cm ] 1170 mm; [153 cm ] 1200 mm; [156 cm ] 1220 mm
- Waist Width:
- [144 cm ] 244 mm; [147 cm ] 246 mm; [150 cm ] 248 mm; [153 cm ] 250 mm; [156 cm ] 252 mm
- Sidecut Radius:
- [144 cm ] 7 m; [147 cm ] 7.25 m; [150 cm ] 7.66 m; [153 cm ] 7.88 m; [156 cm ] 7.97 m
- Stance Width:
- [144 cm] 19.5 - 22.5 in; [147 cm] 20.5 - 23.5 in; [150 cm] 20.85 - 24 in; [153 cm] 22 - 25.25 in; [156 cm] 22 - 22.25 in
- Stance Setback:
- 0 in
- Recommended Rider Weight:
- [144 cm] 75 - 125 lb; [147 cm] 95 - 150 lb; [150 cm] 110 - 165 lb; [153 cm] 120 - 185 lb; [156 cm] 135 - 200 lb
- Recommended Use:
- jibbing, freestyle
- Manufacturer Warranty:
- 2 years