Rome Pow Division Pin Tail Snowboard

Rome Pow Division Pin Tail Snowboard
Rome Pow Division Pin Tail Snowboard
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Pow Division Pin Tail Snowboard by Rome
The Pin Tail Snowboard is the big mountain gun in Rome's Powder Division collection. Designed for high-speed charging, this freeride deck performs at its best when planing over powder on steep, fast lines. Camber underfoot offers power and precision when flying down steep, technical runs, while the huge, spoon-like rockered nose helps it stay afloat in the deepest snow and prevents your nose from sinking and sending you tomahawking down the mountain. The Pop Core Matrix combines poplar with two zones of ultra-lightweight wood for an extremely lightweight and lively feel, while a single TurboRod of carbon in the nose damps and stabilizes your performance in deep pow. The glass barrel milled into the core and running down the center adds ollie power without making the board torsionally stiffer. Plus, StraightBiax Carbon Laminates add extra snap and stability when you're dropping cliffs and stomping landings, and the durable and highly-absorbent SinterTrue base keeps you going full throttle wherever you're riding.

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SKU: ROM00BJ
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