Vinyl: Great for car seats, rave parties, and killing it in the park.
The Rome Vinyl Women's Snowboard is built for riders like Marie-France Roy who aren't afraid to throw a backside 5' in the park or hang for a little city rail session. Thanks to the E.1 wood core, you'll get a light board with lots of pop for big airs and enough flex to suss out some sweet rails. The S.1 sintered base flows through the park and charges tabletops with ease. Plus, it soaks up wax like a sponge, making it really easy to tune. If you're spending as much time riding switch as you are forward, and spending as much time on rails you are on the snow, you should be riding the Vinyl.
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My friend owns this board and i have taken it for a few test runs. It is really fun. It is a great board if you like park, but also like to free ride. It is stiff but not too stiff for the rails. It is responsive and poppy. Easy to swing around on spins and to butter. I actually does not do too bad in powder also, not the best pow board but if you need to take it in the pow on a pow day you can handle it. Nothing REALLY deep...on those deep days pull out the pow board!
How cool are these graphics?
These graphics are rad! I think a lot of the Rome boards this year are lookin' sweet! And this baby's butter. It's super light for Women's board and it's so fun to ride in the park. I'd definitely recommend it to any jibber or park rat.