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Your ticket to shred-ri-La.

Being Rome's all-terrain, freestyle weapon, the Rome Mod Rocker Snowboard is sure to put a smile on your face, whether you're surf-slashing a foot of fresh or sending jumps in the terrain park. This mid-flexing freestyle deck excels at riding anything you can throw its way, thanks to its versatile FreePop Rocker profile and true twin shape. The FreePop Rocker delivers the straight-line stability of flat camber underfoot, allowing you to bomb steeps and flat base the board off gut-wrenching jumps without unnerving squirreliness inherent to other rockered designs. Adding a bit of playfulness, as well as extra float through the deep stuff, the Mod Rocker has slight rocker extending from the contacts through the tip and tail. This makes the board fun and catch-free when you're buttering and jibbing through the park.

Designed to be as light as possible without sacrificing strength or pop, the board's AirPop Core Matrix and Superlight Biax Laminate save precious weight, allowing you crank spins without added heft. Carbon Double Barrel TurboRods offer insane amounts of snap when you're pre-loading ollies and boosting off kickers, and Z-Tech 1.0 creates a board that's poppier than ever, as Zylon is inserted into the deck's center, which is lighter, stronger, and snappier than carbon (hard to believe, right?). Factor in the added grip of a QuickRip sidecut and the friction-reducing SinterCarbon base for a board that's well suited for charging down the mountain and slicing through any terrain you can handle.

  • Freepop rocker (rocker, flat, rocker)
  • True twin shape
  • Quickrip sidecut
  • Carbon double barrel Turborods
  • AirPop Core matrix
  • SuperlightBiax laminate
  • Sintercarbon base
  • Z-Tech 1.0 (1-inch Zylon centerline strip)

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All mountain ripper

  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

The Mod Rocker excels in almost all conditions. It is extremely light and poppy, but still durable enough to take a beating. I love the flat camber profile. It charges on groomers and floats in pow. I can’t recommend this board enough.


My go to.

  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

My quiver has grown to shameless heights over the last few years. Powder boards, split boards, and shaped customs etc. With that said. The mod rocker is my absolute favorite. I loved it in Niseko, Vail, Silverton, Brighton and Baldface. Why? Because it does everything well. I have always thought that the flat camber profile of the mod rocker is more deserving of its own name as its not really a rocker and its every bit as powerful as the mod camber. I remember being shocked by how it responded in super gnar tech steep rocky lines in Silverton, and how well it popped back up after stomping in 2+ feet in Beaver creek side country. It really is my go to.