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From triple kinks to tranny finder.

Rocker is fun in powder and all, but more than a few skate-influenced pro riders are switching back to buttery camber boards like the Rome Artifact (or never gave them up in the first place). For gnarly features like big gaps or closeout rails, cambered boards gives you undeniably better pop and control, and make your boardslides feel more locked-in. The Artifact's soft flex and bombproof construction help you tear apart street features or the jib line in the park, while the QuickRip sidecut keeps the ride predictable at any speed.

  • Stay Positive traditional camber profile for spring-loaded pop, solid edge grip, and stable landings with no loop-outs
  • StraightBiax Laminate for easy turn initiation and playful, jibby feel
  • Impact Core Matrix for durability and a buttery flex, with fiberglass HotRods in the nose and tail for extra ollie/nollie power
  • QuickRip sidecut uses 2 radii with an extra contact point in-between, for a short and jibby feel at low speed, and a more stable and grippy feel at high speed
  • Glass Impact Plates reinforce high-stress areas under your bindings
  • Impact base for low-maintenance durability

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4 5

forgiving

this board is suber fun more on the park side for sure or urban side. soft to press on and extra forgiving board. if your looking for something to just play with and have a good time i would swoop this

5 5

This board is amazing!

By far the best board I have ever owned. It's smooth, flexy, consistent, and predictable. It's great for rails and won't really catch to hard if you land 270. The board is prime for pressing. She can handle it switch too. I am 5' 6", 140 pounds and ride 147cm and it feels great! I've had some very hard landings on it, (tail heavy, nose heavy, gap boardslides) and it still feels solid and fresh! I would suggest it to anyone! It WILL get you a girlfriend.

will i be able to squeez a size 12 boot...

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will i be able to squeez a size 12 boot on this board?

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This really depends on what size board you are looking at. check the waist width chart on the side. this will let you know the width of the board at its narrowest. then measure the length of your boot and you can have a little over hang and not drag. hope this helps

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You can fit any boot on any board. Unless your gonna be euro carving through the park, you shouldnt have to worry to much about toe/heel drag. I have a size 12 and ride a 153 Ultrafeear with no problems whatsoever.