High-fidelity shredding is what you get on the Lo-Fi.
When Silvia Mittermuller gears up for a day that may start with steep pow lines, then switch to tight tree stashes, and finish with multiple park laps, she does it on the Rome Lo-Fi Snowboard. Why? Because Rome's Stay Positive camber, added PressurePop technology, and Park Edge Bevel come together in just the right blend of all-mountain shredness.
- Stay Positive camber provides the most pop and stability for total park and mountain domination
- SuperPop wood core combined with StraightBiax laminate provides the most natural, poppy tip-to-tail flex
- PressurePop Kevlar and basalt plates, laid in a reverse-v pattern, transfer energy from your bindings to the tip and tail and create a super-strong platform for big landings
- 2-Degree edge bevel is raised enough for safe sliding on rails, logs, and skiers without losing crucial hold on edge
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Lo-Fi :) awesome
This board is really nice and playful....its great on rails and jumps but can also maneuvers great all over the mountain. I honesty love this board and it comes with a 2 year warranty which is pretty sweet. I defiantly recommend buying this board.
Rome's site profiles this board as all...
Rome's site profiles this board as all mountain..or "Kill it All" as they call it. Here it's under Freestyle... what makes it more freestyle?
The 'true twin' shape makes it an ideal freestyle board. Usually 'all mountain' boards are something called directional, whitch means that the nose is a lil wider than the tail. This helps when riding pow or just hitting big steeps. Also with the 2 degree bevel helps in the park. It raises the sides of your tail and nose so its less likely you will get hung up on a rail or box, so in turn, a more concaved deck. But I bought this deck for my lil sis last year and she loves it. Took her from beginner to intermediate in a day or two. Its a really nice deck all-in-all tho. Hope this helps :)