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Because one section of the mountain isn’t enough.

Whether you like submarining powder or spreading butter in the park, the Rome Postermania Snowboard digs. A reverse jib camber combines with a Carbon V stringer to add pop, while a park edge bevel allows for finesse and grip. Enjoy control through your turns and fear no landing thanks to a flat camber under the tip and tail.

  • Pop Core Matrix adds smooth flexing and snap without adding weight
  • Impact Plates under your bindings are 2.5 times stronger underfoot
  • StraightBiax carbon laminate helps give the Postermania a catch-free feel while keeping pop consistent

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is it a true twin?

is it a true twin?

I want this board but I only have $320,...

I want this board but I only have $320, can u jook it up shippong & all that stuff it would b rad!!! Or I could always wait till skidazzle Uy

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Hey,

As long as you are in the continental 48, shipping is free. Also, no sales tax outside of Utah so you could get this board at your door for the sale price and not a penny more.

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Saw these at a snowboard expo and pretty much fell in love.

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i have the one with the girl with shades on, or had, it broke, but still!! ITS A SICK BOARD, i love it! :) think it was 153 or something :) shred rome or nothing!

How is this board for and all-mountain jib...

How is this board for and all-mountain jib board?

I want to progress more with presses, butters and other box/rail tricks, but I still want to be able to ride the rest of the mountain at my small and icy east coast resort. Is this board flexible enough with the rocker to be able to press but stiff enough to go fast down the hill while getting good pop?

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So even with the reverse camber it will be a decent all-mountain board?