Resonating with camber-fueled and park-tuned performance.
For the resort-town rippers with more ambition and talent than cash on hand, the Rome Reverb Snowboard is for you. Dissecting the guts of the Reverb, it is evident that performance is not spared as you will find a full-length wood Pop Core, single-barrel glass ollie- and nollie-enhancing HotRods , and the all-natural impact-resistance of Basalt Impact Plates. And to help you get across the flats and beat your friends to the gates, the Reverb helps you to lead the way with a wax-absorbing SinterTrue base.
- Stay Positive camber keeps you on your feet with a continuous arch of traditional camber from nose to tail
- Single fiberglass barrel HotRods add pop by milling out the core under the bindings and placing the pop-enhancing additive directly into the board
- Basalt Impact Plates placed at inserts lengthen the Reverb's lifespan by protecting against breakage from heavy impacts on rails and landings
- Straight Biax laminate supports a natural flex for forgiving response through presses, jumps, and jibs
- Pop Core Matrix core features dual zones of low-density wood with a matrix flexible poplar wood to contribute to the overall forgiving feel
- True twin shape feels as familiar going switch as it does with your best foot forward
- SinterTrue base is Rome's gateway drug to porous, wax-absorbing compounds that have an addiction to speed
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I bought this board at the end of last season. I'm not a huge fan of it mostly because it doesn't fit my riding style. The board is solid and heavy and doesnt have hardly any flex to it. As far as control, speed, it does amazing. It feels very stable in powder and does well on big air jumps.
If you like the park and enjoy jibbing, spinning and flipping then this board isn't for you.
If you like bombing the hill, big air, control and speed then this board is for you.
if i choose the 158 one, what colour of...
if i choose the 158 one, what colour of those 3 is?