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The Rome Slash Snowboard delivers more pop per square inch than the 80s section in your local record store.

Whether you’ve got the park locked, or jib the entire mountain, the Rome Wide Slash Snowboard cuts down the opposition and takes flight. Rome’s lightweight Superpop core flexes consistently and pops like a bulbous pimple, so you can jib comfortably all over the mountain. The Slash handles rail abuse thanks to wide edges that enable you to spread your mustard all over town. Rome added impact plates under your feet to improve the Riff’s anti-compression protection and reduce the impact and potential damage from harsh landings. An almost-twin shape combines with the Riff’s medium-flex profile to enable all-mountain marauding when you’re not shredding the park.

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5 5

ill ride

i love my agent i have had for 2 seasons, but i now have size 11 boots, the transitional size where i could go wide or stay regular. i decided to try out the slash. I have only strapped it on indoors but it feels just like my agent, only wider. From experience with my agent, these boards soften up a lot, and it already has nice flex and great pop. looking for a great season this year. by the way:
I am 5'9"
190 lbs
size 11 boot and i ride a 156 agent and now a 158 slash

5 5

Awesome Step Up

I have a size 13 boot so my selection choices were limited when I was looking to upgrade at the beginning of the 08/09 season. Then my local shop mentioned the Slash as a good All Mountain board that would have more flex than my Gnu Carbon High Beam.

This board was definitely worth the money! It's lighter, and has more edge to edge flex without compromising it's ability to fly down the mountain with stability.

5 5

all mountain killer.

this board kills it everywhere.. but really shines when you use the mountain as your park.. 2 seasons on the same board, from jumps to jibs and deep pow it does it all.. even though its not a twin tip it rides switch just fine.. has a soft flex to it and will pop off jumps with ease.

want more reviews just look into an agent cuz this is the wide version..

158 with size 12 boots..

Lol i know Cyrus Baumgarten is going to...

Lol i know Cyrus Baumgarten is going to help me out because he is such i great guy. So Cyrus Heres what im looking at iv narrowd it down to 2 boards This one at a 158 ( cuz thats the bigest they have) and that solomn sick stick 160, the one you helpd me out with earlyer. This is my first board and im not what youd call pro tho id like to think i am, in fact this is only my second year riding but i love it. i doint know wich board i should get, this one is small but wide and probubly easyer to learn on i like the look of this one a lot but i doint know if its too small.(im 185 pounds around 6'1) If it is i could get risers like you said and go with the solomon sick stick. The bindings i was looking at wore the solomon relay thrusters and the boots wore the rome marshails. Please Help me out Cyrus you are the expert?

PS. sorry for the bad spelling i am a SPED.

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Haha thank you, and ok...Basically all signs point to the slash, but its really about prefrence

...me, i love park boards like this because i spend most of my days buttering and jumpin off anything i can find (if there are no parks), however i dont spend much time in bowls or bombing double blacks. I like a fun flexible ride such as this one

...i wouldnt like the sick stick because it is more of a big mountian board, BUT that board would fair much better on bigger terrain...so pick your poison bro,

...also you have a medium flexing boot and medium flexing bindings so that combo might not have enough guts to turn the sick stick effectivly

...this will definitly be easier to progress on but its not super soft so it will still hold up to better riding and bigger runs, and if you ask me the 158 is puuuuurfect size for you. So all in all, the slash wins...plus i remember you tellin me you like pow, this wide width and slightly directional shape will work goody goody in pow.

-Cyrus Baumgarten, not an expert

Hey is this an ok all montian board

Hey is this an ok all montian board

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Kenneth weve been at this for weeks!!..you really do your homework when buyin a board huh?...ok so yes this board is just "ok" for all mountain...basically id say this is %70 park, %30 mountain

How is it on the steep stuff?

How is it on the steep stuff?

5 5

mama mia!

good width! size 12 boots still fit on the 156 w/ no probs at all. takes about 2-3 runs to get it softened up and its good...like choco ice-cream candy good.