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- FreePop Rocker Camber profile flattens out the area under your feet and just past the binding zones and then rockers up to the tips so you can work every feature in the park from entrance to exit
- QuickRip sidecut technology uses a special geometry which rides loose and remains playful when going slow, but is also quick and nimble with higher speeds
- Glass Reverse V-Stringers connect glass stringers from the binding zones to the centerline of the nose and tail to give you pop for the park without adding stiffness
- TTT (Tip-To-Tail) wood core gives you an even flex only quality wood can provide; no foam, no metal, no gimmicks
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I have had ths board for one season. It is awesome in every terrain fom the park to powder. Buy this board!!!
lovin my new board!!
just rode my board for the first time, it felt great. rode all last season (my first snowboarding seriously) in a an old no-name board, so i decided i'd upgrade for this season... so far the garage rocker has been great. however i am still considered a beginner so i'd take my review with a grain of salt :p
I'm looking at the Rome Garage rocker,...
I'm looking at the Rome Garage rocker, 159,
the Burton Custom x and the Capita Stairmaster extreme.
Why would you choose 1 over the other? I like to ride the park, double black steep and bumps
get this board the custom x is to stiff for park riders