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  • Rome - Mountain Division Snowboard - One Color
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Rome Mountain Division Snowboard

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    Dominate intimidating steeps and technical terrain with authority on the Rome Mountain Division Snowboard. As the name implies, this board was designed to navigate the gnarliest runs, tightest trees, and deepest pow the mountain has to offer.

    Camber from behind the front insert out to the tail packs plenty of pop, power, and edge hold for driving through turns and negotiating hairy lines, while flat transitioning into rocker at the nose keeps you on top of the deep stuff. Its directional shape keeps you in charge at high speeds, and the sidecut shaping helps it initiate turns cleanly and exits explosively.

    Two TurboRods in the tail add pop in both directions to enhance ollie power and increase edge-to-edge power. A lightweight Zylon strip adds even more energy release out of the tail. Good Vibes sidewalls reduce chatter when you're bombing through choppy snow and absorbs impact when you hit a hidden stump. From carving groomers and bombing steeps to surfing powder, count on the Mountain Division to serve up kick-ass times all over the resort.

    • Aggressive freeride board that charges the whole mountain
    • Stiffer flex is stable and responsive at high speeds
    • Camber with flat-to-rocker nose for pop and float
    • Directional shape adds drive and enhances pow performance
    • Five zones of ultralight wood core for lively feel
    • TurboRods increase pop and energy transfer
    • SinterSpeed base is fast and durable
    • Rome believes pow days are better with friends
    • Item #ROM008O

    Tech Specs

    Length
    155 cm, 159 cm, 163 cm
    Profile
    Free-the-Ride (positive camber tail, flat camber under front foot, rockered tip)
    Shape
    directional
    Effective Edge
    [155cm] 1190 mm, [159cm] 1230 mm, [163cm] 1270 mm
    Waist Width
    [155cm] 254 mm, [159cm] 258 mm, [163cm] 262 mm
    Sidecut Radius
    [155cm] 8.26 m, [159cm] 8.64 m, [163cm] 9.01 m
    Stance Width
    [155cm] 19.5 - 24.1 in, [159cm] 20.5 - 25.25 in, [163cm] 20.5 - 25.25 in
    Stance Setback
    0 in
    Mount
    4-hole
    Core
    AirPop Core Matrix, Carbon Double Barrel TurboRods, Z-Tech 2.0
    Wrap
    SuperlightBiax
    Sidewalls
    Good Vibes (elastomeric rubber sandwiched between ABS)
    Base
    SinterSpeed (sintered)
    Recommended Rider Weight
    [155cm] 120 - 185 lb, [159cm] 145 - 210 lb, [163cm] 155 - 230+ lb
    Recommended Use
    powder, freeride
    Manufacturer Warranty
    2 years

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    Divide the Mountain

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    This board can do it all. Effortless float in pow and blasts through chop and slush. The nose is softer to help with a great directional design, and the tail is powerful and snappy to support you when you are flying. I love having it under my feet every day.

    Mountain Division 159

    I put a ton of days on the new Mountain Division last season and it quickly became my go to board. The board excels in powder, but is extremely stable and powerful on groomers and a blast in slush. I paired it with the new DOD bindings (the new ankle strap is amazing) and could not be happier. Here's a snap of the Mtn. Div. in her natural environment.

    Mountain Division 159

    My daily driver

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    If you look through any of my other reviews, one could form an opinion that I swear by Rome products, like to travel, and have strong opinions. All true. With that said, the Mtn Division, until now, has been the board I had hoped to ride but it was never quite there. The '16-17 version however, is my jam! The first year white one was a little too soft in the nose, rode great but liked to fold up. The 2nd year black one saw a stiffer nose, but at the expense of the natural feel. This one, the green tailed 3rd year release is so perfect... The formula is a kind of S camber Varient which moves the camber back while leaving a small amount of rocker just behind the nose. This creates a board that absolutely rails on turns. Floats like a fish, and is infinitely playful. Although seemingly this is a super directional "mountain" board, It rides like a mod camber that learned how to swim. Its so fun. everywhere. The weight is low, the finish is beautiful, the Rome Katana binding is a match made in heaven, and I couldn't be happier that the dudes in the design room were able to isolate and deliver on what will make this board one of my all time favs. Note: I am returning to Japan for my second trip, this is likely the only board I'll bring (and I'm a quiver snob)