Calling all big-footed park rats: the Rome Artifact Rocker Wide Snowboard is your dream come true. Boasting a true twin shape, super buttery flex, and Rome's FreePop Rocker camber, this board is built specifically for park rats and jib monkeys. The board's FreePop Rocker camber features a small flat section in-between the binding inserts for balancing on rails. The rest of the board is rockered, from just before the inserts out to the tip and tail. This makes for easy presses and an extremely buttery flex. And with its wider waist, the Artifact Rocker Wide takes your mind off toe- and heel-drag so you can focus on the park. Strengthening the durability of a board that's built to be destroyed through sliding, pressing and MJ-ing, Rome added a high-density Impact base that's made to take beatings from rusty rails, rough concrete, and gnarly tree jibs. The Stomp Core Matrix is reinforced with impact-resistant wood in high-impact areas to increase damping and strength, and a HotRods Single Glass Barrel running down the center boosts your pop without sacrificing the mellow torsional flex. It also has a StraightBiax laminate keeps the flex soft and makes it easy to ride, while Rebound sidewalls increase impact absorption to prevent blowouts and breaks when you're gapping to big down rails.
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