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Flexy forgiveness disguised by a poppy nature.

When hard-charging ladies want a versatile board that bounces in pow, butters on boxes, and cushions landings in the park, they turn to the Rome Lo-Fi Rocker Snowboard. Slow-approach turns have never felt easier, and the extra float you'll experience in deep, fresh snow may just convert you from pleasure-seeker to snow-worshiper.
  • Reverse Free Camber is Rome's full rocker that feels buttery-soft whether shredding pow or dialing-in your park run
  • SuperPop wood core combined with StraightBiax laminate provides the most natural, poppy tip-to-tail flex
  • 2-Degree edge bevel is raised enough for safe sliding on rails, logs, and skiers without losing crucial edge hold on hardpack
  • PressurePop Basalt materials run from the bindings at the toe and heel sides to the tip and tail for extra pop and takeoff power

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I just got this board about a month ago and it is insane! Has a good amount of flex and pop, and you never catch an edge. It changed my riding style, and is so fast, I am beating my guy friends! especially on the catwalk. Totally recommend it to any girls out there looking to step it up with the rocker and all-around killllll ittttt

I was wondering how heavy this board is

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I was wondering how heavy this board is

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Weight: 5.70 lb

Isnt there a 139 or 141? Because im 5'1...

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Isnt there a 139 or 141? Because im 5'1 and 110 pounds.. I really want a rocker one so if no i was thinking about the K2 Vavavoom which has my size... Any other idea?

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Try looking at these boards they have all recived 2011 good wood awards Technine - Nines in a 141, Burton - Lip stick is nice how ever you would need a new base plate for your bindings due to the new burton set up, Gnu - Park Pickle is nice, Rome - Detail is a nice board for only $360