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Treat the Rome Jett Snowboard well and give her plenty of attention. She’ll reward you with noticeably enhanced skills.

Rome designed the Women’s Jett Snowboard to be a fun, flexible board for riders looking to profess their love of snowboarding and commit to becoming bonafide shred betties. The Jett’s forgiving flex profile and poppy core combine with a responsive laminate to put tons of fun and control under your boots. This directional Rome snowboard features an extruded base that resists the abuse you put it through as you start to poke the Jett’s nose around the park. The Jett’s sidecut radius responds smoothly to turn initiations and sends you out of turns with excellent edge hold and speed control.

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5 5

Jett board

this board is awesome to ride. flex is really good & board is very responsive. Colour varies slightly from picture (greener).

5 5

Vicious competition

This board is really sex on a stick. Not only are the graphics mad but also the board itself is generally an awesome piece of engineering. There is less toe hang coz it’s slightly wider then it’s competition and it’s light enough for park or pipe. It’s also really responsive on most conditions. Over all it makes a great progression board for improving your skills and it’s really fun to ride.

If you don't want to spend too much but still want a really good all-round board, get the Rome Jett!

5 5

Rome Jett a Great Purchase

I love my new Rome Jett! I had been riding the same board for five years and didn't realize how badly I needed a new one until I rode the Jett. It is so responsive, light and fun to ride! Comparing my old board to the new one isn't even possible -- not comparing apples to apples.