Rome Mod Snowboard - 2010
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March 7, 2011
WOW is this thing amazing. Just took it out for the first time yesterday and fell in love. After every run, all I could do is talk about my board. Been riding Burton and Never Summer and will stick with Rome for a while now. Haven't had the chance to hit Pow yet, but feel it will handle it as it does everything else.
I ride the entire mountain, and only about 25-30% in the park, depending on the conditions. I was looking for an all-mountain board that could get creative and be fun and playful in the natural backcountry terrain, while still being able to haul-ass on the groomers. I found it.
First of all, the stories of the insane pop are true. First run, first jump, I tried to mellow a simple straight air without loading up and this thing launched into outer space. Even tho I was caught off guard, its actually a predictable amount of pop, and kept me very stable. After that it was on. I've never charged kickers so hard and so clean.
Given the conditions, I was in the park most of the day, but this thing charges as well. Holds a great edge and mashes through the chop with confidence. Riding switch is a dream. I set my stance about an inch back and got a great directional carve as well. Definitely an all mountain board. Stiffer than a park board, but still a blast in there and light as a feather.
I can go on forever. Bottom line is this board is the most fun board I've ever been on and it's OG Camber!!! Enjoy this thing as I have.
Yes, Any Rome bindings will be compatible with any Rome board you buy.
By: Jen Martin
January 25, 2011
yes ROME bindings work onROME boards
January 25, 2011
October 25, 2010
With the snappy flex of traditional camber and enough carbon to give Al Gore an aneurysm, the Rome Mod Snowboard puts the hurt on everything from man-sized park kickers to backcountry windlips. This excessively poppy deck delivers enough edge grip to remain confident at speed, with a true twin shape and moderate tune that up your stomping power in the park.
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March 6, 2011
Been riding this for about a month and I've got to say, this board has made me remember why traditional camber boards still rock. They're serious when they say "insane pop"...the first few jumps on this thing will surprise you because you can absolutely send it if you load up the tail. Sort of a double edged sword...it's pretty stiff and it takes a lot of leg to get it to pop. Stiffer than the Agent for sure, so presses and butters are a bit of an adjustment.
Very fun for ripping the whole mountain, does pretty well in powder and plows through chop nicely. Buy this board and you'll fall in love with camber again!
- Effective Edge:
- [156 cm ] 1210 mm
- Waist Width:
- [156 cm ] 253 mm
- Sidecut Radius:
- [156 cm ] 8.1 m
- Stance Width:
- [156 cm] 52 - 64 cm
- Airpop (Bamboo, wood, & carbon matrix)
- Recommended Rider Weight:
- [154 cm] 115 - 170 lb; [156 cm] 125 - 185 lb; [158 cm] 132 - 200 lb
- Manufacturer Warranty:
- 2 years