As much as everyone likes to glamorize bluebird pow days without a cloud in sight, some of the most fun times you can have on a snowboard is when it's absolutely nuking snow. That's when the tourists go hide inside the lodge, your tracks get refilled after every run, and you don't even care that you can barely see a thing. Those are the kind of days when you want to be on the Rome Pow Division Swallowtail Snowboard. The shortest option in Rome's Pow Division lineup, it packs an insane amount of surface area into a 148cm board, helping it move nimbly through the deepest snow while offering the effortless float of a much longer board. A huge rockered nose helps it stay afloat in bottomless powder, and it features a spoon-like 3D-contour at the nose to displace snow more efficiently so you can maintain speed through flatter zones. Think dream-like turns through aspen glades and throwing up massive clouds of snow on wide-open pow fields, and you have an idea of what you can expect when strapping into the Pow Division ST.
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