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The Rome Mechanic Snowboard is a fine-tuned mountain machine for riders of all skill levels. Nobody knows for sure what the mountain looks like before you get there, but thanks to the do-it-all lightly rockered base, you can surf the slopes with confidence in the friendly and capable deck beneath your feet. Use the Rome Mechanic Snowboard on the corduroy, take it exploring down side trails, and lap the park. If you need just one board to carry the load, congratulations, this one is a ringer.
Board Type: All Mountain
Contact Rocker - This profile starts with a flat camber in the mid section of the board, and then adds rocker in front of each binding through the nose and tail. Looser and more playful than the straight Contact Camber, the rocker version is perfect for riders who want a park destroyer or an all-mountain weapon that flows smooth turns and floats effortlessly in powder.
Flex: 4/10 (1=soft, 10=stiff)
True Twin -True twin snowboards are 100% symmetrical with an identical nose and tail. The flex pattern and sidecut is uniform throughout, and will feel the same whether you are riding switch or regular, so you can jib, jump and spin with ease!
Core: TTT Core Matrix - This core construction is made of 100% wood for durable, reliable, and consistent performance.
Glass Single Barrel Hotrod - This configuration inlays a rod in the centreline of the board emanating from the binding towards the tip. This is great for freestyle boards that want more ollie and jump pop, without increasing the torsional stiffness of the board. Focused for a freestyle approach.
StraightBiax Laminate - 90 degree fibres that give the board a more mellow, playful feel.
XTRD Base - A strong foundation of extruded base material that's fast and super easy to repair.
QuickRip Sidecut - Two offset sidecuts create three separate sidecut zones, one in the nose, one between the feet, and one in the tail. This creates mid-board contact points that enhance edge hold and response at high speed, as well as increasing control at lower speeds.
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