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All-mountain reverberation on a wider scale.

Not all wide boards are created equally. In fact, the Rome Reverb Rocker Wide Snowboard is in a class all its own. And if you're in a class of big-footed individuals (PC enough for you?) who love powder, park, powder, urban assault, powder, methods, powder, and ducking ropes to get to powder, than the Reverb wide just might be for you. Of course, all of the above will be easy with Rome's MtnPop rocker profile and precise yet playful carbon QuickRip sidecut; and with carbon Hot Rods, you could probably even ollie over those ropes instead of ducking them.
  • 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, smooth, and responsive
  • 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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4 5

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.

5 5

Great Board

Great Snowboard. Took it to Beaver Creek and Vail. Hit up the terrain parks, groomers and also the back bowls of Vail. Quick and light board for maneuvering and great for riding switch. Really happy with the board.

Would hybrid camber be good for freestyle...

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Would hybrid camber be good for freestyle and park? I am basically trying to avoid having to buy 2 boards because I don't want to be limited to just one area of a mountain. I want to be able to go from park to shredding to gettin some big air.

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Hey there gonna give you the same answer as before:

Rocker technology is designed for freestyle; the tip and tails are raised off of the ground to prevent catching... This particular board isn't going to be as stable at speed/feel like a traditional board because its mostly rocker... I personally like the Rossignol One; its the best of both worlds...

Is the reverse camber alright for freestyle?...

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Is the reverse camber alright for freestyle? I can see how it would be great for the park but I also want to be able to hit the next table top to throw some spins in.

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No reverse camber is ment for powder and back country snow boarding. You want camber of the park.