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It's a fact that jibbing is an art.

If you plan to slide bigger rails, ollie over resort instructor's skis, and ridicule fat tourist kids, then you'd better have the style, skills, and board to do so. Rome is your biggest supporter and proves it with the Artifact Snowboard's jib-specific construction and design. And to make your assault on society even more effective, Rome gave each size a different gaper-teasing suggestion called 'jerk moves' in the form of cartoon graphics for easy interpretation by your bong-baked brain.
  • Impact Core is a durable wood composite material that can take the abuse urban jibbers and park killers dish out on man-made and natural features
  • Rome’s new QuickGrip sidecut technology uses different sidecuts in different areas to add turn versatility (slow speeds give the Artifact a short-board feel—quick turns and high maneuverability, high speeds activate the traditional contact points at nose and tail for long carves
  • New Glass Impact plates under the binding inserts increase overall strength
  • Jib-specific 3-degree base and edge bevel practically eliminate catch on rails, boxes, logs, and gaper's skis
  • Stay Positive camber provides the best pop and stability in landings of any camber profile
  • StraightBiax laminate is the softest flexing topsheet so no extra stiffness is added to the already snappy camber
  • Durable Impact base resist nicks and dings from rails, rocks, gaper skulls, and unicorn horns

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3 5


very soft, a lot of fun, and great for jibs. i broke mine after 3 weeks though.

hey how heavy is too heavy for the 156?

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hey how heavy is too heavy for the 156?

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like 190lbs is over what i would recommend but even 180lbs might be on the heavy side for how soft this board is... so about 180 is the top of the weight range the 156 can handle... hope that helped

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I would respectfully disagree. It is all based upon preference, do you like really soft or really stiff boards? I ride a 152 capita stairmaster and I weight 190. The boards have a similar flex. You're not going to break the board unless you consistently knuckle 80 footers day in and day out, trust me.

dose this board still have a warranty if...

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dose this board still have a warranty if it gets shipped into canada?

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Yeah. It could be shipped to Egypt and still have warranty. Any real snowboard company will honor their warranty no matter what country the board goes to.

im around 5'5 120 pounds i do alot of...

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im around 5'5 120 pounds i do alot of jibbing but i still like hitting kickers in the park would 147 be ok for that?

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Yeah. I'd say the 144 if it were just a jib stick but for anything above the level of a beginner park you'll need the stability of a long board. I think the 147 will provide the stability you need while not being too long to jib with.

5 5

The Perfect Board

This board is amazing perfect for jibing. Its super soft and its work ok for jumps

is it even a sweet jib board?

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is it even a sweet jib board?

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Is that a joke this is one of if not the best normal camber jib boards on the market for sure super soft it can handle any rail, box, tree, or any thing else you think you can jib on..... that being said it really isn't all that great for any thing else it can't ride in powder vary well it doesn't have a ton of pop. but for jibbing it is great...... hoped that helped

Hey I'm 5'5 115 lbs and size 9 boots size...

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Hey I'm 5'5 115 lbs and size 9 boots size 144 or 147?

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144 for sure it is a perfect size for you.... btw are u from MN?

2 5


too soft for all mountain unless you weigh a buck 10 by the end of my first season with this board blew out the edges in 4 spots and damn near cracked it half rendering it useless great for rails and urban warfare but unless you can afford 2 boards or you do not like jumps or anything where your landing is more than 3ft tall this is not the board to get

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The item description clearly states this is a jib specific board...That would be why it doesn't do well for all mountain riding. Please rate accordingly.

what is the biggest gap it can and should...

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what is the biggest gap it can and should handle?

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i would say 35- 40 feet would be the MAX on this board, more because of the speed needed to clear a gap that size and ride away with out killing ur knees any bigger than that and the board would just get crazy.