Poaching plush powder, storming the park, and sweet methods.
- MtnPop rocker profile puts park-friendly rocker between the feet and furious camber outside of the binding zone
- QuickRip sidecut technology uses a specical geometry which rides loose and remains playful when going slow, but is also quick and nimble with higher speeds
- Hot Rods make for great ollies and nollies with the strategic placement of two carbon rods milled into the core of both the nose and the tail
- Basalt impact plate placed under the bindings combats core breakage where it's needed most
- Pop Core Matrix uses tip-to-tail poplar that's light and snappy
- SinterTrue Base absorbs wax, goes fast, and is durable enough for abuse on the mountain or in the street
- StraightBiax laminate fiberglass is torsionally soft for freestyle antics
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Great board but is a little loose
I rode this board all last year and it was a great board. I did notice that is was a little harder to turn it in deep I rode this board all last year and it was a great board. I did notice that is was a little harder to turn it in deep powder and it was a little more difficult to ride flat as the board wanted to start shifting. You get used to it though and will be able to bomb hills in no time! Those were the only negative things that I noticed between this Mountain Pop Rocker and a regular camber board. It floated great in the powder and was fun in the park.powder and it was a little more difficult to ride flat as the board wanted to start shifting. Those were the only negative things that I noticed between this Mountain Pop Rocker and a regular camber board. It floated great in the powder and was fun in the park.
Really weird profile
I bought this board last year and noticed some things about it that I didn't like. Because of the profile of the board I noticed it is a little more difficult to ride flat and straight on the groomers compared to a regular camber board. I also found that I do need to set my stance back a little bit (which is a huge disappointment to me). The final thing I don't like about it is that it doesn't seem to want to respond very well to turning in the deep powder. I noticed I have to use my hand and drag it on the snow a lot more than my Banana board to turn which makes it a little scary in the trees. I will be selling my Reverb Rocker and will be getting the Signal Rocker Lite for next winter. Other than that it is fun in the park and butters well.
How is this on icy conditions?
How is this on icy conditions?
What are the best bindings for under $150...
What are the best bindings for under $150 to go with this board?
The Rome 390's are a killer binding that normally goes for a little over $200 but its on sale for $136 right now. http://www.dogfunk.com/rome-390-snowboard-binding
Super sick board
This board is ... well it's &%@ amazing. The rocker-camper profile made me a bit skeptical at the beginning, but once I got on it, all my worries vanished. Its supper poppy and has a nice flex to it ( about 4-5/10 ). It doesn't stop there, this board is also very light and have very low swing weight... Point is : Buy it, shred it, love it !
This board has been suggested to me by a...
This board has been suggested to me by a couple of shop employees and a friend, however I'm a lady and it's a men's board. My parents were with me during one of these excursions and ended up buying it for me for my birthday. How imperative is it that I ride a women's board over a men's?
Cara, typically women's boards are softer and narrower than men's to fit their target audience better. That said boards vary a lot in width and stiffness anyway. As long as the board isn't too wide for your foot size and you're OK with the flex there's nothing wrong with you riding it. It all comes down to personal preference. I weigh about 165lbs with a shoe size of 9.5 mens and love the 157cm board. Hope this helps.
All Mt. Slayer!
This board rides awesome everywhere. Its fun and loose while hitting rails in the park but has the solid feel you want when riding the rest of the mouintan or hitting jumps. The Mt. Pop camber really does give you best of both worlds with rocker in between your feet and the standard camber from under your bindings to the tip and tail. This board is a great solution to not having a quiver of boards for all conditions. Reasonable price for a whole lot of Board!
2012 154, Rome Reverb Rocker
when are you guys gonna have this available...
when are you guys gonna have this available in 148cm?
148 is available now! (11-17-2011). There are only 3 left!