Rome National Snowboard

Rome National Snowboard
Rome National Snowboard
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National Snowboard by Rome
Inspired by the powerful, no-boundaries riding style of team rider and snowboarding legend Bjorn Leines, the Rome National Snowboard is built for all-mountain freestyle domination. Capable of delivering good times from Stowe to Snowbird, it packs an aggressive freeride feel into a directional twin shape so you can ollie, spin, and launch every natural feature that you see. Fusion Camber is mostly camber for that powerful and poppy feel that you crave, but with subtle transitions to rocker at the tips for a less catchy, more predictable feel. It has a centered stance and a slightly shorter and stubbier tail to add a little extra float and drive for riding the steep and deep. It also sports a stiffer flex for the stability and response you need when stepping up to gnarly chutes and big jumps. If riding fast and going big describes your riding style, then this is the deck for you.

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SKU: ROM00BQ
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