The latest addition to Rome's arsenal of do-it-all freestyle weapons, the Women's Kashmir Snowboard amplifies your freestyle skills with its pointy twin shape combined with carbon and bamboo additives for explosive pop. Perfectly centered as a twin-shaped deck, the Kashmir is equally at home perfecting fronside 540s off park kickers and floating backside 180s into powder. Its powerful flex is best suited for the intermediate-to-advanced rider, giving experienced shred fiends the responsiveness and stability for hauling at high speeds and hitting bigger jumps without looping out on landings. The Kashmir is built on Rome's Contact Camber profile, which is fully flat throughout the board's effective edge for a stable, locked-in feel at high speeds and predictable edge hold through carves. Since flat boards loose a bit of carving response when compared to their cambered siblings, Rome added a FiveGnar sidecut for a bit more liveliness. Essentially, this blended sidecut provides tighter turn initiation as you load into a carve, then exits with an energetic feel that's not usually encountered with flat boards. Since the sidecut is blended smoothly, you'll find an absence of "bumps" that tend to feel grabby in softer snow. And to ensure powerful response and plentiful pop, Rome threw in a HotRods Bamboo Single Barrel down the center to keep you boosting wherever you ride.
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