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Doing it all and doing it well.

Park, powder, steeps, deeps, trees, and tuck knees—whatever you like to do when you're on a board, you'll like it even more on the Rome Mod Rocker Snowboard. Equipped with a versatile, forgiving profile, responsive feel, and tons of pop, the Mod Rocker is the only board you'll need.

The FreePop profile is mostly flat for a stable ride and reliable edge hold, with rocker at the tip and tail to give it extra float in powder and a catch-free feel on hardpack. Super-light regions of wood are integrated with tried-and-true poplar to make the AirPop Core Matrix core Rome's lightest and most responsive, and HotRods double carbon rods are milled into the core for even more pop. The QuickRip sidecut makes the board ride loose at slow speeds for playing around in the park and ride more aggressively at speed for a powerful feel. Kevlar® impact plates underfoot increase durability by protecting the core from getting compressed by the bindings on harsh impacts, and the fast SinterTrue base keeps you cruising through flat zones and traverses.

  • Flat from insert-to-insert with rocker at tip and tail
  • True twin shape
  • QuickRip sidecut
  • SuperlightBiax carbon laminate
  • HotRods double carbon barrels
  • AirPop Core Matrix wood core
  • Kevlar® impact plates
  • SinterCarbon base

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Never buy another snowboard.

Never buy another snowboard.

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From the park to the steeps this snowboard can seriously do it all. Hands down best "all mountain" snowboard. Flat profile allows it to press easily but with the hotrods you still have plenty of power for the deep stuff. So easy to ride and can adapt to any terrain.

Looking to ride the resort mtn aggressively-...

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Looking to ride the resort mtn aggressively- bombing blues and blacks if I'm on a solo mission and I still want to butter and dork around when I'm with my nooby frends. I'm 5'7",140-145# on a good day. Should I go for the 150 or 153? (Weight recommendations according to Rome are 150cm: 110-165#, 153cm: 115-170#).
Or should I go for the Agent Rocker altogether?

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Jay!
Good question man. This is going to have some personal preference and experience in the equation as well as your specs. I would HIGHLY recommend you get this Mod Rocker as apposed the agent. This is more on par with what you want, I've been on both. It has more carbon, better base and a killer core. If you don't get into the pow much, I would go with the 150cm. I currently ride the 153 all around the MTN, 156 for more powder days. I'm currently 5'10 on a good day (I say that all the time too) 180lbs. I've been on the 156 as well but I can't sling it around as well for freestyle in and out of the park. Hit me up if you want to chat more about boards.. I love them all. 801 746 7580 Extension 4203

Jay! <br/> Good question man. This is going to have some personal preference and experience in the equation as well as your specs. I would HIGHLY recommend you get this Mod Rocker as apposed the agent. This is more on par with what you want, I've been on both. It has more carbon, better base and a killer core. If you don't get into the pow much, I would go with the 150cm. I currently ride the 153 all around the MTN, 156 for more powder days. I'm currently 5'10 on a good day (I say that all the time too) 180lbs.  I've been on the 156 as well but I can't sling it around as well for freestyle in and out of the park. Hit me up if you want to chat more about boards.. I love them all. 801 746 7580  Extension 4203 <br/>
Get ON THE BUS!

Get ON THE BUS!

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BC employee Laurel grinning big after a fresh, fresh run at Powder Mountain, Utah. After a bit of exploration in the powder country Laurel boards the bus back to the base.

Turns for days....LOVIN' IT!

can you jib on it? how would it feel hiking...

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can you jib on it? how would it feel hiking a rail ?

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You can definitely jib on this board. I tend to prefer it as an all-mountain freestyle board since I like positive camber for my jib board. My go-to jib board would be the cambered Artifact or the cambered Reverb but if you are looking for one board for jumps/jibs/all-around fun this is it.

5 5

Quiver? Who needs one

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I've had several phases in my snowboarding years. It all started with fast hard lines leading to as much powder hounding as possible. As I progressed the park started to catch my eye. I went through a super short board phase and eventually found middle ground. If you are looking for THE board to ride the ENTIRE mountain, THIS IS IT! The Mod Rocker is packed with tech to offer you snappier ollies, harder lines and buttery smooth rail steez. I may not be the best snowboarder on the mountain but I sure know how to have a damn fun time. This board is right on par with my riding style and has completely annihilated everything I've thrown at it including but not limited to pow lines, big jumps and jibs to wicked fast lines on fresh corduroy. Here in UT we often times have days that start with pow but end in the park. If it's not a specific pow board day, I'll be on a this quiver killer having way more fun than anyone on the mountain! Swapping decks mid-day isn't the most conducive option and let's be honest, ain't nobody got time for that! If you like the extra grip from Magne-Traction, you'll love the mellowed out multi-contact point (QuickRip) technology from Rome. I've found it to be much less hooky and it doesn't create as much drag. I would compare this board to the Never Summer Proto. Both boards are very versatile and very fun. I have spent some time on both the 156 and the 153 versions. I found the 153 to be a bit softer than the 156. Although the 156 is a ton of fun in the pow, I felt like I didn't lose too much float with the 153 thanks to the reverse camber in the tip and tail. The 153 is however noticeably more nimble and easier to spin. This board is among the top 3 boards I've had the pleasure of riding, EVER. Look no further because you'll be hard pressed to find a board with as much tech packed into one neat little package.

I'm about 5'9" 180 LBS.

5 5

I love it

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Hands down the best snowboard i have rode thus far. After getting the 2012 mod rocker, i knew i needed this one. The board is unbelievably responsive, with the carbon fiber inserts this board has the perfect combination of flex and pop. What i love about this snowboard the most is that i can take it to the back bowls of OPG and hit some powder runs and trees, hit A51 on the way down, and hit some hard speed carves towards the gondola.

I love it
5 5

stop looking, you have found it.

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

If you are looking at this board, you're almost to paradise. Buy it and welcome to the best season of your life. On paper this board doesn't make sense, but what it does in real life is ridiculous. Bomb faces, float for days, forgiving yet powerful, sure footed with landing gear for days. Its the flat profile which would make it seem dead, but the construction and weight make it an absolute blast. You can find me rallying Vail, trying to build strength for Baldface, where I will also be on the mod rocker, and for a guy with a quiver 10+ deep, less than 2 seasons old, thats saying a lot

5 5

Do-it-all board

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I'm 5'10", 175 lbs and I picked up the 156. I ride mostly in the northeast. 40+ days a season.

This board does it all. You can't go wrong. One of the best decks Rome makes IMO. It is surprisingly light and playful but holds up very, very well at aggressive, high speed. This thing excels all over the mountain. For park, it is a "jump" board first, "jib" board second. It's ability to handle high speeds well make it ideal for the guy hitting the big jump line in the park. It can press and butter but you have to work at it a little bit more to really lock those presses in. But then again, if you're considering this board at all, you're probably not buying it for the jibs anyways, as it is one of Rome's top-of-the-line decks, and not for the faint of heart.

If you're an advanced rider who wants a board that can handle anything in the park, but then still have something to charge all over the mountain (including powder) then this deck is for you.

5 5

Destroys Everything!

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I've been riding the Mod Rocker for 2 years now and it is my go to board for absolutely everything! It has loads of pop in the park, tons of stability of jumps, crazy float in powder, and super responsive when you just feel like ripping groomers. For sure my favorite board of all time.

Rome Mod Rocker Snowboard

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How is the landing stability of this board on bigger jumps?

Is it too stiff for jibbing?