A staple in the parks and in the streets, the Rome Artifact Rocker Snowboard was built with durable materials to be put to the test in the name of progressive jibbing. Throw in Single-barrel HotRods to load the nose and tail of the Artifact Rocker with
ollie and nollie power and versatile JibPop rocker and you're free to roam.
- JibPop Rocker profile gives you ultimate catch-free freedom, with a large flat zone in the center to lock into rails and rocker from the inserts to the ends for pressing and buttering
- Hot Rods provide pressurized pop (without the extra torque) at the nose and tail by directly milling a single barrel of carbon and glass into the core
- Glass impact plates are placed at the inserts to reduce the impact both to the core and from binding backlash
- Straight Biax laminate supports a natural flex for forgiving response through presses, jumps, and jibs
- QuickRip sidecut places extra contact points on the middle of the board to give you reliable traction at any speed
- Impact core is a jib-friendly core specific to the Artifact that utilizes a lightweight and environmentally friendly 40% wood fiber
- True twin shape rides evenly whether you're straight-bombing or switch-mobbing
- Impact base was specially formulated with a super-dense extruded structure for combating rails, logs, rocks, jibs, and asphalt
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I'm 6 feet tall, weight 175 and have a...
I'm 6 feet tall, weight 175 and have a size 11.5 boot. Would you recommend the 156 regular or wide model? I'm looking to do jibbing, buttering and jumps
I would recommend the wide version.
Get it. Got it. Good
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
Bought this board in 156cm, as I was a huge fan of the color scheme for that particular size and I'm around 175-180 lbs. Probably one of the softest boards I have ever felt and that was before I broke it in. Locking onto rails? That's where this board shines the most. My jibbing skills have taken leaps and bounds into the future, which was exactly what I was looking for. The QuickRip sidecut is extremely effective and gives you solid control at low speeds. Higher speeds you will feel chatter, but it is manageable. You'll also be able to achieve all the pop you need and them some while doing ollies and nollies. I think I nollied over a child at one point, but he was so far below me, he just looked like a tiny spec.
You'll be hard pressed to find a board to have more fun on than this one.
im 5'7 weigh 160 what size would you...
im 5'7 weigh 160 what size would you recommend for the artifact and artifact rocker?
If you are going for freestyle and the rocker you can size down a couple cm's. if you want big mountain and standard camber you will want 158-ish. hope this helps
Totally about what you want it to be. I've seen people you size ride this as short as 150. The more you want a jib board go down... The more all-mountain performance the bigger.