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Rome Mountain Division Snowboard · 2020

Rome Mountain Division Snowboard · 2020

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The Rome Mountain Division Snowboard is a directionally-shaped all-mountain board meant for charging big lines and riding deep powder.

Key Features:

  • Free-The-Ride Camber – Rocker in the nose moves to a flat section under the front foot with camber in the tail, providing pop and stability.

  • Stiff Flex – An 8 out of 10 flex is ideal for advanced riders who want to be able to ride fast and have responsive edge to edge transitions.

  • AirPop Core – The lightweight core increases response and ride dampening.

  • Sintered Base – This base type absorbs wax deep, which provides a smoother and faster ride.

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Rome Mountain Division Snowboard · 2020
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Brent Roberts
Brent Roberts
Verified snowboard expert
Reviewed Jul 13, 2022

This board from Rome features a rocker/camber profile. This will tear up any powder you can find and is awesome on groomers! The directional shape and stiffness add stability. Add the sintered base and you will be zooming! A truly amazing board that is unlike anything else out there!

Victor Von Claus
Victor Von Claus
Verified snowboard expert
Reviewed Jul 13, 2022

A little stiffer ride from Rome. Killer for hitting all-mountain conditions including the rougher stuff. Has a setback camber toward the tail, and a big rocker nose to float through the steep and deep.