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Rome Reverb Rocker Snowboard - Wide

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    Unmatched freestyle versatility.

    Looking to slash through freshly frosted trees in the morning and drop into the park once the pow's all tracked up? Pick up the Rome Reverb Rocker Wide Snowboard for all-terrain freestyle supremacy for riders with bigger feet (size 11+). Slightly revised for 2016, this true twin features MtnPop 2.0, which delivers a loose, catch-free rocker between the feet with increased camber running to the tip and tail. Ultimately, this versatile profile makes the Reverb Rocker Wide super-floaty through deep, untracked snow, with increased power and pop at the tip and tail for railing turns and sending park kickers.

    Under the hood of this versatile freestyle board, the SuperPop Core Matrix is made of long poplar wood segments combined with three zones of low-density, extremely lightweight wood. This provides the light, super-poppy feel for blasting off jumps and freestyle features. Bamboo Single-Barrel HotRods are milled into the board's center, acting as a springing board for snapping ollies and sending bigger kickers. Add in StraightTriax 30 Laminates for a happy-medium between edge-to-edge responsiveness and buttery-soft torsional flex, allowing you to play in the park and rally down the mountain.

    Another standout feature is Rome's QuickRip sidecut. QuickRip blends two offset sidecuts for extra grip, with a dual-personality for high-speed carves and low-speed agility. Where the two sidecuts meet, mid-board contacts are created for extra grip on hardpack and ice. What's important to note is the two sidecuts engage differently, depending on how fast you ride. Slow riding will feel highly maneuverable, as the shorter sidecut will only be engaged. However, once you open it up at high speeds, the longer sidecut fully engages for extra power and grip, making the Reverb Rocker Wide a blast to carve on and tear up the entire mountain.

    • True Twin Shape
    • MtnPop Rocker 2.0
    • SuperPop Core Matrix
    • StraightTriax 30 Laminate
    • HotRods- Bamboo Single Barrel
    • QuickRip Sidecut
    • SinterSpeed base
    • Item #ROM004Z

    Tech Specs

    Length
    155 cm, 158 cm, 161 cm
    Profile
    MtnPop Rocker 2.0 (rocker between feet, camber extending to tip and tail)
    Shape
    true twin
    Effective Edge
    [155cm] 1220 mm, [158cm] 1250 mm, [161cm] 1280 mm
    Waist Width
    [155cm] 262 mm, [158cm] 264 mm, [161cm] 265 mm
    Sidecut Radius
    [155cm] 8.32 m, [158cm] 8.58 m, [161cm] 8.85 m
    Stance Width
    [155cm] 19.5 - 24.25 in, [158-161cm] 20.5 - 25.25 in
    Stance Setback
    centered
    Mount
    4-hole
    Core
    SuperPop Core Matrix
    Wrap
    StraighTriax 30
    Edge
    Impact Edges, QuickRip sidecut
    Base
    SinterSpeed
    Recommended Rider Weight
    [155cm] 115 - 170 lbs, [158cm] 150 - 200 lbs, [161cm] 155 - 220+ lbs
    Recommended Use
    park & freestyle, all-mountain
    Manufacturer Warranty
    2 years

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    Perfect all mountain board

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Great all mountain board. Carves hard, not heavy, jumps and ollies well and has great float with a little setback in powder. I dont hit rails much so i cant comment to that. As for the width, its just as wide as my previous 'wide' style boards for the length, but its much more controllable. For the price you'd be hard pressed to find a better board!

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    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I live and die for Rome products. I've been using their snowboards for 5 years now. Honestly have no complaints. I stand by their products. I started with their Garage Rocker and have had two different models the Reverb Rocker. (this one is my second.) as for the board the size and width is as true as any other wide board. I wear a size 13 boot and I have little to no toe drag. It's easy to control. Does great in the Park and hitting major powder. Now the quality is fair wouldn't say it's the best though then again I go harder than I should on my gear. All around I would say it's great board.

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    • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it

    This was my first and LAST purchase from Backcountry.com... Why? Well, the board I purchased was titled "Rome Reverb Rocker Snowboard - Wide"... However, the board that I received was a mid-wide board. It must have been a mistake, I thought. Nope. Backcountry.com does not see a difference in mid-wide/wide boards, as they put them in the same category on the site. The customer service lady that I spoke with tried talking me into exchanging the board for another board that was a true wide board, which I was looking for. However, she could not come anywhere near to the price I paid for the mid-wide board that they sold me. So now, after already spending a lot of time and money on this site, I am being forced to return the board and look elsewhere. Waste of time.

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    Brian- What waist width of snowboard are you looking for? The specs of the boards are clearly marked on the webpage. Not sure how that is false advertising. Seems pretty straight forward to me. Each manufacturer uses terms like "Wide" and "Mid-Wide" as they see fit. They are pretty much interchangeable terms. Backcountry's website has the board specs on the left side for you too look at and 25.8 cm is pretty wide for a 153 cm board, so I don't see what all the fuss is about.

    Brad - Those numbers don't mean anything to someone who is not extremely knowledgable in snowboarding. Bottom line, the board should have been a Wide (bare minimum 26cm) if it was advertised as a Wide. My feet are still too big for a mid-wide board. Not bashing the site, but the description needs to be more accurate.