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Give your big dogs a high-performance sled with the Rome Flag Wide snowboard.

The Rome Flag Wide Snowboard is a responsive ride for big-footed snowboarders who tear it up all over the mountain. With the same high-end construction and materials as the Anthem, the Flag Wide handles everything from freestyle to big-mountain riding. The super-fast 5.3 sintered base gives this Rome board plenty of speed for giant hucks, and the E.4 core matrix decreases the Flag's weight while increasing edge control. With a wide shape and aggressive sidecut, the ultra-responsive Flag Wide from Rome is an awesome deck for riders with feet up to size 13.

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5 5

Flag 160

I picked up this board at the beginning of the season, and being an instructor I'm always on it. It has been awesome with rails, and had amazing pop in the park. Not to mention this thing is fast and responds very well. Go get one now

5 5

Rome Flag 160

I just picked up the Flag 160, and my riding has never been better. I used to ride the NeverSummer Legacy, which I was a big fan of, but then decided to try and switch it up this season. I demoed the Flag and the Baron ES, and new after 5 turns on the Baron that the Flag was for me. I'm over 220, and have a 11 boot, but the board turns like a beast. You can do everything on this board, from powder to groomers to park. All in all, this is an amazing board, and anyone who has a big foot and wants a quick board should check it out.

4 5

Rome Flag 168 wide

Just bought this board and have given it a good seeing to over the last few days. Hands down it is the best board I have had. Being 6'3", 210lbs and size 12 feet I always avoided wide boards and squeezed my feet into the smallest boot possible to enable me to ride normal width. I have ridden Burton, K2 and Option in the past and they do not hold a candle to this baby. Regardless of terrain the Flag is amazingly stable and responsive. If you are a heavier, large footed boarder then the flag needs to be on your shortlist.

5 5

11+Foot quiver killer

160 Flag has been my weapon of choice for the past season and a half. It is super versatile. Weather you're pressing a box or slashing pow lips, it has amazing response for a wide board. Not to mention you can snap an ollie on this thing like no other. Check it out, you won't be disappointed.