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For wherever the lines are steep, deep, and nasty.

The Rome Design Snowboard might be one of the lightest decks around, but Rome didn’t sacrifice strength or response just to drop a couple pounds. Whether you’re doing top-to-bottom pow runs at the Bird with Bjorn or taking laps with John Foy at Squaw, this directional-twin big mountain gun responds instantly, has lots of pop, and rides stable at speeds.
  • Directional twin shape dominates for all-mountain riding, but can still hang in the park
  • Positive camber for optimal energy release from edge to edge and lots of pop
  • Pure carbon laminates and strategically placed bamboo add pop and response without weight
  • Low-density wood in low-stress areas and Air Channels in core reduce weight
  • Impact Plates underfoot bolster strength
  • Dual Inline PowerAmp Mapping for pop in the tip/tail with high-energy release off edge
  • Mountain bevel (-1 base / -1 side) for edge response and power without twitchiness

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Can I use this board with a size 12 boot?...

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Can I use this board with a size 12 boot? Or will I have to look for a wide version?

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I would def get a wide for your feet bro. Seeing as this deck has a waist width of 252 on the 158, it will only get skinnier as you size down. You should look for a deck with a width of atleast 255, no less, if you dont want you toes and heel to drag. I have size 12's aswell and I ride a Rome Machine 154W(waist width of around 256). Thats the deck I would reccomend or you can rock the Riff or Slash. Both decks are just beefed up Machines. But Rome is the way to go man, they will not let you down

4 5

DESIGN

amazing board! stiff as HECK! super light! NOT durable tho:( I have an older one and finally blew it up this year at the BIRD. many many sick days on it. if you rip hard lines as fast as possible or hit huge kickers in the back country then this is the board for you.

5 5

Been Tearin up Brighton!

Great board. Great side to side flex. It rides all mt and powder great and slays groomers. The nice flex is great if you want to play in the park too. Great if you ride 50% all mt and 50% park.

5 5

Full-time board for the last 4 years

Little surprised my review from Backcountry isn't showing up on here...

Great board. Super light. Nose shape on both ends allow you to ride switch in bowls or the woods; I prefer twin boards for riding in sticky situations because that way you can always change up how you drop in to best suit the situation. Traditional camber helps it rail groomers on those days...

5 5

Full-time board for the last 4 years

Great board. Super light. Nose shape on both ends allow you to ride switch in bowls or the woods; I prefer twin boards for riding in sticky situations because that way you can always change up how you drop in to best suit the situation. Traditional camber helps it rail groomers on those days...

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Question for Beer Mike.

You said this is your full time board for the last 4 years. I just bought one. Can you give a little feedback on positives and negatives. How is it on groomers, where I will be riding most of the time. I live on east coast. I read it is a little unstable on ice. I just wanted a stiff twin to ride the whole mtn (and ride switch 50%) and in the pipe, no park. I know it is a big mtn board but do you still get full potential of board inbounds?

When riding switch is the stiffer tail noticable?
Thanks

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I am not BeerFriday Mike, but I have ridden this board and believe I can help. This thing holds turns on groomers like no other, keep your edges sharp if you're riding on lots of ice, usually that's user error, this board if any, will prevail over ice. I wouldn't suggest this board if you ride rails, but on jumps, pow and any other conditions it should be alright. Riding switch? stiffer tail shouldn't matter much, it's not a "Big mountain freeride board only, just because Jonavan Moore rides it primarily in the BC, doesn't mean it can't perform inbounds.