Easy on the wallet, not the park.
With a jib and jump profile and a wallet-saving price, the Rome Cheaptrick Snowboard will have you buttering up a double-up roundtop topper with enough cash left over to tip the delivery man back at the pad. The Jib Bevel uses and extra bevel to keep you gliding like a majestic swan on the rails and ledges, and the TTT Core Matrix give you lots of pop for your buck.
- TTT Core Matrix uses all natural wood for lots of pop and smooth flex
- XTRD Base is crazy tough and easy to repair
- StraightBiax Laminate gives you a mellow, easy to control flex profile
- Jib Bevel uses an extra bevel to minimize snags on rails
- Positive Camber traditional camber delivers edge-to-edge energy transfer and extra pop in the nose and tail
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Should i get the rome artifact or the rome...
Should i get the rome artifact or the rome cheap trick? I do mostly park but still go all over the mountain and i wear a size 11 boot. Or if there is a better board to fit me let me know.
Definitely go with the Artifact, it's really soft but a way better board as far as construction, materials, shape and what you'll get out of it. Seriously, you'll be glad you did.
is this a good park board?
is this a good park board?
price-point jib stick. should handle fine in the park.
Rome 390 Snowboard Binding will this binding...
Rome 390 Snowboard Binding will this binding work with this board ?
yes they will... you might want to try union forces or contacts you will find them to be a lot lighter and more durable
why wouldn't they they are both ROME products
This is a great board for freestyle. You can do alot with this board. I use the board for maily the park. It has alot of forgiveness. Great for landing those big airs or just riding a rail. This board is also great fro carving. Sick edges. Awesome graphics, great board for the money.
will burton p1 wingtips work on this...
will burton p1 wingtips work on this board?
Yes they will. You can use any type of binding on this board. You can even use burton est or ics bindings with this board/any board. The only other problem is what size are the bindings you have now, and what size board are you thinking of getting?
how does the cheaptrick do on the slope??...
how does the cheaptrick do on the slope?? would it be stable enough if i did a slope run a few times on my way to the park....
This board will pretty much do whatever you throw at it. When you say slope, i'm kind of confused. Do you mean Slopestyle? Or do you mean groomer hills. The only bad thing about this board, if your looking to go fast it won't hold up that much. It will start to shake when you ride at high speeds because the board is super flexible. If you want the best all around board, that would be the burton custom (regular or v rocker) or the skate bannana/park pickle