Whether you can't afford a quiver or just don't want one, the Rome Gang Plank was developed for park-to-peak versatility that seamlessly transitions from fresh turns in the trees to laying clean presses in the park. This twin-shaped deck provides spring-loaded snap for sending the jump line while retaining enough flex for learning tricks without consequence. With a Contact Rocker profile, the Gang Plank is flat throughout the board's mid-section for predictability and stable straight-line tracking, while the board transitions to rocker towards the tip and tail for a more forgiving feel without hanging up on landings and turns. Enhancing snap, the HotRods Bamboo Single Barrel is a single rod of bamboo milled directly into the core for explosive pop and increased energy transmission. Since it's placed vertically, the bamboo rod doesn't sacrifice torsional flex, allowing the board to snap enthusiastically without being overly stiff when you're playing around the park. Another cool feature, the Rebound sidewalls are more elastic than traditional ABS, absorbing chatter while preventing premature blow-outs in the case of nasty impacts with rails and freestyle features. Rome also places Basalt Impact Plates directly under the binding zones for greater strength when you're stomping heavy landings.
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