Booters, boxes, burly rails? Whatever.
- Pop Core Matrix reduces weight and flexes like a Russian gymnast
- StraightBiax Carbon Laminate builds plenty of pop in the tip and tail on a buttery-smooth 90-degree foundation
- SinterTrue Base absorbs wax easily to give you plenty of speed
- Impact Plates add strength and absorb huge drops
- Carbon Centerline Stringer Technology utilizes carbon down the centerline to power ollies and nollies without unwanted stiffness
- Park Bevel gives you a catch-free ride
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Hey i'm a beginner snowboarder. I've been...
Hey i'm a beginner snowboarder. I've been out once and want to buy a good board. Im 15, 6'1-2" and i'm 150-170 lbs. Would this be a good beginner board (possibly with the 390 Bindings)? Money doesn't matter at this point and I as of now go at least once a year (more if/when I move). I was thinking the 155 for me and I wear size 10.5 - 11.5 boots.
This is a pretty good board, but I'm not sure you should get it. First off, if you've only been once, think about maybe renting this next year and going a little more often to make sure you really like snowboarding. This is a park board, if I'm not mistaken, so I wouldn't recomend it for a beginner. Maybe look at a Burton Custom or a little bit of a cheaper Rome. Maybe a Crail. Hope this helps. Btw, I'd go with something a little bigger than 155, based on your weight and height. I ride a 155 Nitro and It's a little small. I'm a bit shorter than you, and not as heavy, so maybe think about... 158-160ish.
I currently ride a rome agent but it is...
I currently ride a rome agent but it is starting to get fairly worn out. I am looking to upgrade to this board. I am 6' and 140 lbs and while I am in the park a lot, I am usually at the big air and sometimes in the pow in the trees, what size would all of you recommend for me?
151 cm if you want to butter and do rails more, 153 seems like it would be your size really, inbetween the the 51 and the 55.
this isnt realy a jumping big air board ... it turns into a noodle if you ride lots .. i got this board the start of a NZ winter (short season) and i rode most days of the week forsure and loved this board alot probably the funnest board iv riden but the thing realy breaks in. great for jibben but im getting an agent this year so i can get better at jumps .
defanetly not a jump board
what board is more durable graft or...
what board is more durable graft or cheaptrick?
Get a Graft, it's more betterer.
I am about 5' 6" and weigh about 150 should...
I am about 5' 6" and weigh about 150 should I go with 149 or 151 I know the differences seem small
this board has good pop
never rode such a good board. i got the 153 with rome 390's and the board flex's like a beast..highly recomended
Got this deck awhile back and love it! I'm about 5 11 and 160lbs and I ride the 153. It's a little on the short side, but I like it a lot. Very stable and a nice flex.
got last years model lots of pop and decent flex. thinking about taking it with me to outer space and shredding some sweet Mars peaks
Im thinking about getting this board. im...
Im thinking about getting this board. im 5'6 and 130 lbs, which size should i get?
149 in this particular board, but 146 is a better size for you in the park
Perfect for EVERYTHING
The Rome Graft 2010 is pure fun. Its twin tip design allows for happy shred times regular or switch. It has a ton of pop in the nose and tail for going big off any booter at your favourite hill. The Graft is soft enough to be buttery and playful for pressing, and packs some torsional strength to hold a strong edge at higher speeds. If you like to ride the whole mountain be it park, rails, jumps, pow the Rome Graft 2010 delivers the goods.
I'm thinking about getting the graft this...
I'm thinking about getting the graft this year, would a 155 be a good size for me? I'm about 5ft10 and about 140lbs.
im your high but 150 and i ride a 149 for jumps and rails. when the jumps get over 50ft then ill use a 155. ill say go with a 153
I would get the 151 if I were you. I've got last years graft its the best board I've rode. I ride park most of the time and the 151 is perfect for me to throw around ( I'm 5'10 and around 150 lbs). Its soft enough for jibbing and buttering, yet it has enough pop for jumping too. The graft is good on steep runs and it holds well unlike my friend's artifact which chatters and loses its edge on ice or at higher speeds due the the jib bevel and soft bronze edge. So in short, if you ride a lot of park, but want a board that performs well outside of the park too then the graft is the perfect all around board for you.