Slay the entire resort, from untracked bowls to dialed-in park laps, with the medium-soft flex and catch-free feel of the Rome Tour Snowboard. This directional twin is set-back approximately 20-millimeters (or 0.78-inches) for added float and stability when you're riding through fresh, untracked snow and bombing down groomers. Most impressive with this deck is its NoHang-Ups Rocker. This flat-rocker hybrid profile is entirely flat underfoot with its diamond-shaped flat camber zone, which extends just 20-millimeters shy of the tip and tail contacts. The board then rises up with its 3D continuous curvilinear rocker at the tip and tail for catch-free carving and jibbing. This design works great for beginner-to-intermediate riders looking to hone their carving skills, as the tip and tail contacts—the areas that initiate turns—are kinked upward, keeping you from catching an edge when you're turning or jibbing on boxes and rails.
Inside the guts of this all-mountain shred stick, you'll find Rome's Pop Core Matrix for a smooth, responsive feel, courtesy of two zones of lightweight wood. StraightBiax laminates allow for an easy-flexing torsional feel, making it great for messing around the park or simply learning to initiate turns without added stiffness getting in your way. Bambooster-Dual Inline tech provides serious snap for popping ollies and learning to boost over jumps in the park, and the board's QuickRip sidecut grips into icy, hardpacked conditions without slipping out. Add in an easy-maintenance extruded base for a board that's great for beginners or those simply looking for a hassle-free all-mountain ride.
- Directional twin with 0.78-inch set-back (20-millimeters)
- NoHang-Ups Rocker (flat camber underfoot, 3D rocker at nose, tail)
- Pop Core Matrix
- StraightBiax laminate
- Bambooster-Dual Inline tech
- QuickRip sidecut
- XTRD base (extruded)
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- Familiarity: I've used it several times
I hadn't heard a lot of hype on the Tour until I tried it and loved it! No-Hang Ups Rocker feels awesome when ripping quick turns, but is still super stable at speeds with the QuickRip sidecut. It felt great on rails and I even took it into the trees and it surfed like a champ! I would highly recommend the Tour as an entry level quiver killer.