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May 8, 2013
just got this board and set it up with the 390boss bindings and followed the directions that came with them. My last board worked me so hard that my back leg would spasm after just 2-3 runs down blacks. i rode this board at challenging runs all day and only became tired at the end. love the spring this board has, turns like there is a steering wheel attached, point and it will respond. rode park, terrain and at high speed remains stable. great job ROME
January 12, 2013
I can't believe how fun this board is. I've ridden a lot of boards from Rome and this is one of my favorites. I'd never ridden anything with the MTN POP camber profile until now, and I'm a believer. Super fun and playful when you want it to be, and hard charging when you need it. I rode it again yesterday and went from choppy groomers to a little bit of pow with no problem. Such a rad board at a great price.
i am 5'9 160 lbs i am debating whether i should get the 154 or 155 wide? what would be better for me? i know its not that much of a different but i want what is most comfortable. I am an all mountain rider i pretty much like doing everything. I am also a 10.5 boot.
March 29, 2013
I think you should go with the regular 154 Reverb. It will be quicker edge-to-edge and more responsive overall. As long as you have boots with a short toe you should be fine. I have an 11.5 Rome Fulsom boot and 390 Boss bindings and it is fine on regular width boards.
By: Brad Gobdel
April 1, 2013
Going with the wide board would be best if you are seeking powder more than freestyling. if you spend more time on groomers the 154 non-wide should be fine.
By: Tim Bohlken
April 1, 2013
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January 8, 2013
Ever since I sold my Rome Graft back in 2010, I rode just about every board out there, but nothing could compare. Lib banana magic, Skate banana, Ride DH, Jibstick, Flow era, Park Pickle and the list goes on and on... I decided to go with the reverb rocker because its the same shape as the old Graft but better technology. Let me say, this is the most fun board I have ridden in a very long time. Super forgiving, light weight and very very responsive at low speeds. Ive been riding for 15+ years and i ride everything from pow to park. This thing does it all and thats what i love. Very soft playful board, but very stable with good pop. The base is better than I thought it would be. Very fast and doesnt even look used after a full day of hard riding. Its even very stable on ice. I love Rome snowboards and Im never ever switching again. I also paired this board with the Rome 390 boss bindings and its just a blast. Cant say enough about it
Unfortunately we only have the 154, 157, and 160 in stock. Check back in the Fall.
By: Brandon Collett
March 25, 2013
January 11, 2013
This is my favorite board in my (obnoxiously large) quiver. I have been on rockers, cambers, pow specific, splits, you name it.... The Rome "tech" does not do this board justice, a multiple camber profile with agressive rocker between the feet and camber from the boots outward (aka mtnpop) coupled with the dual sidecut zones (aka quick rip) which is kinda like the serrated mervin idea but more advanced...
basicly the sidecut is maneuverable and playful at low speed and super stable at high. The place you notice it the most is hard heel side stops on anything steep, its extra braking power... like abs for shredding. There is 1 sidecut for the rocker between the feet and another for the camber full board length... Its like a 2 in 1.
-sintered die cut base
-Super stable at speed over anything in any snow
-Super floaty, the type of board that wants to stay up not dive in deep
that more people don't know about this masterpiece
Chance of stocking a 155 Wide? Have the 154 but want the wide
January 29, 2013
You're in luck, we have it! Check out item number ROM0504 or just click this link: http://www.dogfunk.com/rome-reverb-rocker-snowboard-wide
By: Brandon Collett
January 29, 2013
Research out-of-stock versions:
- 148 cm, 151 cm, 154 cm, 157 cm, 160 cm
- true twin
- rocker (reverse)
- Effective Edge:
- [148cm] 1130 mm; [151cm] 1160 mm; [154cm] 1190 mm; [157cm] 1220 mm; [160cm] 1250 mm
- Waist Width:
- [148cm] 248 mm; [151cm] 249 mm; [154cm] 252 mm; [157cm] 254 mm; [160cm] 255 mm
- Sidecut Radius:
- [148cm] 7.53 m; [151cm] 7.71 m; [154cm] 7.93 m; [157cm] 8.20 m; [160cm] 8.42 m
- Stance Width:
- [148-154cm] 21 in; [157-160cm] 22 in
- Stance Setback:
- Pop Core Matrix
- Recommended Rider Weight:
- [148cm] 85 - 140 lb; [151cm] 125 - 185 lb; [154cm] 150 - 215 lb; [157cm] 115 - 170 lb; [160cm] 150 - 200 lb
- Recommended Use:
- all-mountain, freestyle
- Manufacturer Warranty:
- 2 years