Stale Sandbech is no stranger to sending towering park jumps and epic backcountry gaps, and the board he relies on while going ridiculously fast and big is the Rome Mod x Stale Snowboard. It's the same board as the hard-charger favorite Mod, but with a custom graphic to honor Stale's swashbuckling shredding style. The combination of traditional camber, a twin shape, and a powerful feel make the Mod well-suited to everything from jumps and jibs to high-speed carves, big-mountain lines, and powder slashes. TurboRods Carbon Reverse Radial V rods channel energy to the tail for explosive ollies, and a one-inch strip of Zylon running down the middle increases overall pop for lively carves and an extra boost off jumps. Good Vibes sidewalls reduce chatter when you're charging through chunder, and they reduce sidewall damage when you're gapping to rails in the park. Rome threw in an ludicrously fast SinterCarbon base to ensure you don't come up short on death-defying park features.
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