There's really no true substitute for having a quiver of boards on hand for every imaginable condition you'll encounter through the season. However, many riders don't have the endless cash flow, storage space, or even the desire to ride three or four different decks. The next best thing to having a closet full of different boards, the Rome Women's Lo-Fi Rocker Snowboard is the go-to choice for versatile rippers dropping into powdery tree stashes in the morning, then carving up high-speed cruisers in the afternoon before ending the day with a slushy park lap as you approach the base lodge. The Lo-Fi Rocker's adaptability to virtually any terrain lies within its versatile twin shape paired with a medium flex pattern and Rome's FreePop Rocker Camber profile. This flat-to-rocker profile offers the stability and predictable, locked-in turns of a flat profile underfoot, transitioning to rocker at the tips for playing in the park and floating through pow. Biax fiberglass keeps it torsional feel a bit more easy-going, so you can really flex it out while buttering and pressing. Furthermore, the Lo-Fi Rocker is packing a HotRod Bamboo Single Barrel, which is placed in a vertical orientation running down the center of the board for amplified pop without adding torsional stiffness.
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