The Rome Crail Snowboard—built for the progressing rider on a budget.
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Rode on for multiple yeard and holded up well.
romes arn't crap the crail is
dude whoever said don't buy rome is stupid i rode a 149 graft and a 151 graft this year i ended up breaking both of them but not because of the board being faulty it was my own fault rome has some of the top technology out right now, may not be anything super fancy but rome makes great boards and the best bindings out there atm in my opinion so stop knocking rome cause your board delammed... almost anyone i know who rode burton-their boards ended up delamming too
what the f**************
first one de lammed got another one. same thing happened? they were trying a new epoxy. got the solution as a step up.......can you guess what happened then. yeah exactly. Never buy Rome. Their warranty is so crappy. And the whole deal has just pissed me off never buy rome
DO NOT BUY
i had the same problem as this other guy... i went for one run then went into the lodge fix my bindings and i noticed that front lamination was peeling. i then went up the lift for another run. when i got to the top, i noticed the whole back lamination was coming off. if you really want a rome board but dont have a lot of cash, go for the manual or the artifact
This board de-lammed on me without even being used. I put it together a few weeks ago and discovered that it was almost completely de-lammed right before a trip. I called the guys at this up and they did a great job handling my return and I had another one sent to me. I got the same one, I'm hoping it was just a lemon, that happens with everything. Seems to perform well so far.