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Caviar construction on a hot-dog budget.

For big-footed freestyle shredders seeking a versatile and poppy rocker design, Rome's Postermania Wide Snowboard is a rock-solid, value-loaded one board quiver. QuickRip sidecut technology and just enough carbon balance out the loose, forgiving feel of Rome's FreePop Rocker profile, which means you can go straight from charging cornice drops to locking in blunts on the down rail in the park.

  • FreePop Rocker profile is mostly flat with a rockered tip and tail for an all-mountain freestyle ride that's poppy, floaty, and forgiving
  • StraightBiax Carbon laminate for a mellow, surfy flex with plenty of longitudinal snap
  • Durable, tip-to-tail wood Pop Core Matrix with Carbon V Stringer technology for extra ollie/nollie power
  • QuickRip sidecut uses 2 radii with an extra contact point in-between, for a short and jibby feel at low speed, and a more stable and grippy feel at high speed
  • True twin shape for a consistent feel both regular and switch
  • SinterTrue base for plenty of speed and crystal-clear base graphics

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5 5

all mtn fun

I've had so much fun on this board. It is a really fun twin shape that rules in all conditions. It is a little softer than the Mod Rocker, still has good pop.

The Postermania can really do it all.

5 5

All mtn fun

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I've had so much fun on this board. It is a really fun twin shape that rules in all conditions. It is a little softer than the Mod Rocker, still has good pop.

The Postermania can really do it all.