Ditch your outdated freestyle ride and go new-school on the Rome Mod Snowboard.
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im about 135lbs and 5'6'', what size of...
im about 135lbs and 5'6'', what size of board would your recomend
Rome mod at the battle for burlington
Matt Maydick riding the Rome Mod at Jay Peaks Battle for Burlington 2009
Best Board Ever!... for a day
i bought this board in the fall for my first semester of college in Vermont. I took it up to jay peak, and was buttering around on it. after the first day of riding i started noticing that the nose was De-laming and was eventually going to break off. (there was NO park open the first day so you can't even blame impact damage!). i ignored the problem until the nose flapped around when i rode it.
Rome's warranty happily replaced my board and my first day out on my new deck, i was bonking in the park and i dented an edge in and caused the entire tail to delam.
this board is the lightest, sickest board, with the best pop that i have ever ridden. it is definitely flexible enough for anyone and still slays on kickers.
this is without a doubt the best board i have ever ridden but rome needs to start focusing on durability. i have seen more romes snap or break than any other board company (and i have personally snapped 4 of them). come on rome, get your shit together
is this a stiffer or softer board and what...
is this a stiffer or softer board and what kind of park riding is it intended for?
cyrus has got to be completely wack... this board is made for park and it does well on mountain... but he was right about the medium softness... but u can hit anything on the park which the board would work best in but still go to the mountain and freeride... i know it may say allmountain freestyle but it is used in the park more
this baby will jib anything and presses are super easy. this board is extremely flexible, but offers pop instead of dead flex, so it kills on kickers, in trees, and when you need to hop some fences
this board is so sick!!!! its bambo carbon matrix gives it the best pop in the world... no need to at anymore boards because here is your freestyle/park/mountain board u have always wanted
if you're an expert get this.
if you're medium rider, that's trying to get his first 360, buy a softer board. The mod is for experienced rider who knows what he's doing. The pop is good, sometimes surprises you in a good way, carving at speeds holds the edge pretty well. But won't have mercy if you mess things up. Buttering takes a little bit more effort. The board is light, but with Rome targas it will loose this advantage.
does it still have good pop even on a...
does it still have good pop even on a 160?
It's made to pop over just about anything from that snow covered casa to your favorite handrail, even at 160 you can't go wrong.
amazing board tons of pop super light....lighter then my boots.. amazing board must buy
ROPE OLLIE SLAYER
This board is so light! I hooked mine up with a pair of ROME TARGA BINDINGS and I can ollie over slow signs on the mountain like they are nothing, great snap. This board has the flex so that you can carve, but you can still butter and railslide.
Rome Mod Insane Light, Insane Pop
I bought this board in a 156 last season, and I'm getting another one this year-- it's THAT GOOD. Compared weights to my homey's Burton Custom X 156, and they weigh exactly the same-- crazy!! For a twin-tip, it's a firmer flex, but by no means stiff. The butter zones are PERFECT for nose presses and 5-0s but you can still straight line out crazy shit with confidence. Not very good in pow, but hey it's a twintip. SUPER FAST, SUPER LIGHT, SUPER FUN. More versatile than the Agent or Artifact.
i love this board! so light and I was amazed with the pop, from park to kickers. sick deck