Rome Artifact Snowboard - 2008
Leave your mark on The Wall.
November 12, 2009
This board is amazing. AMAZING. It flexes more than arnold schwarzenegger himself! You can butter all day and your legs will feel fine with it's soft flex. The only downfall is that it gets torn up fast with it's copper edges and soft flex. Plan on rockin it for a season but after that... Invest in the newest model! ROME
i dont know if i should get this board in 147 or the Rome Label 142. Im 13 years old and growing. but i really dont care bout the size. I need a board thats very flexy and amazing on rails. I've ben reading reveiws and they both seem amazing. I NEED HELP!! :P
August 28, 2009
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April 20, 2009
this board is great. i bought the hustlin one last year and the tech is the same. so much fun to dick around on i cant say enough good things about this board. deff a soft soft board and has great feel for jibs. everyone told me it would suck for crusin and off jumps but nah. it just has a nice rome feel that holds edge nicely and has good pop to hit kickers. i could throw a seven with this and not even think about it folding. i wouldnt hit anything huge thou. amazing board and is wicked durable on everything but the topsheet tend to peel it you amack it off trees.. anyboard would thou
it goes along with the whole peep show theme they have this year on the artifact, you can either leave it blank, or scratch the surface off, which reveals an under dressed girl
By: Michael Goodes
July 25, 2009
March 20, 2009
firstly, the gear heads did an awesome job helpin me choose this board, thanks again
and the board was heaven compared to my burton twin......flex way softer... you can really control it...its just great
only bad part is the top gets scratched easily......i'd be puttin some stickers on asap and not let the retarded lifties ram it into the holder on the gondolas
March 25, 2009
This thing makes butters and presses so easy, I feel like I'm cheating. And the bronze edges definitely keep those hang ups away. This stick isn't so stable off the big booters, but then again what short jib stick with this much flex is? If you're thinking about snagging a flexy jib deck, then this is the stick for you.
has anyone had a problem with this years artifacts top sheet pealing or delaminating? aloot of last years had that problem. just curious
By: Matt Coleman
April 23, 2009
yeah i have. for 1 the artifact is a peice of shit. i shred a rome label. yeah i broke my artifact the second day i had it. just wanah give you a heads up.
May 5, 2009
the top sheets on artifact always peel up. last years did and this years also.
but i know a kid that has had 3 replaced for him by rome which is dandy.
By: enjoi rome
April 27, 2009
cph in CO
April 8, 2009
I've been on an Artifact for three years now. It's a fantastic board. I originally bought it because I wanted to have a soft board to learn to ride switch on, while my girlfriend was learning how to snowboard. It accomplished that mission and more, and became my main go-to board. Rome bills it as a freestyle board, but it's really a great all around deck. I mostly freeride in the trees, and it's performance is excellent in those conditions. Highly recommended.
i dont no wether to get the rome artifact 1985 or just the normal artifact what should i do?
April 19, 2009
definently the 1985, the rocker is sick, it feels awsome, i love it. i ride park a lot which is what both the boards are for so... but i love how it rides too. eash as hell to press and butter feels great. especially for jibbing
By: James Clark
June 8, 2009
The Artifact will be more controlable and better for different types of terrain, the 1985 (which is awesome) its great for rails and jibs and most park features, but cant take the heat in anything else. both board have amazing features, it just comes down to what you want to ride. I riden Artifacts, and own the 1985 artifact and you wont be displeased with either. Hope i could be of help.
By: Matt Coleman
April 23, 2009
Sigma Pi Willie P
December 22, 2008
this board is amazing so flexy lots of pop, i been riding the past two days at creek and the board was amazing. the park is not open so i been riding trails with some jumps here and there it does well holds and edge and is amazing for a board that is so flexy great in powder and crap ice im sure it will be nuts in the park
- 147cm, 150cm, 153cm, 156cm, 159cm
- Effective edge:
- [153cm] 1200mm
- Waist width:
- [153cm] 250mm
- Sidecut radius:
- [153cm] 7.88m
- Stance width:
- [153cm] 56-64cm (22-25.25in)
- Stance setback:
- Core material:
- Pop Core Matrix (reinforced wood)
- Impact (extruded)
- Rider Weight:
- [147cm] 95-150lb (43-68kg); [153cm] 120-185lb (54-84kg); [159cm] 150-220lb (68-100kg)
- Recommended Use:
- Freestyle snowboarding
- Manufacturer Warranty:
- 2 Years
- Country of Origin: