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From park laps to pow slash.

Cruising through the park, seeking out pow stashes, laying down carves on fresh corduroy—whatever is on the agenda for the day, the Rome Reverb Rocker Snowboard is ready to take it on. A combination of rocker between the feet and camber in the nose and tail makes for a playful ride that can still hold a mean edge and pop ollies with the best of them.

The guys at Rome laid up the Reverb with tried-and-true wood laid tip-to-tail. Two zones of lightweight wood team up with poplar for smooth, predictable flex and loads of pop. Then they added rods made with carbon, basalt, and fiberglass rods at the tip and tail to stiffen them up a bit and add even more pop to the mix. The QuickRip sidecut makes the board ride loose at slow speeds for playing around in the park and ride more aggressively at speed for a powerful feel. Rome's designers also added basalt impact plates under the binding inserts to eliminate compression caused by high-impact landings, and finished off the Reverb with a fast, durable sintered SinterTrue base for speed and durability.

  • Rocker between the feet with positive camber in the tip and tail
  • True twin shape
  • QuickRip sidecut
  • StraightBiax carbon laminate
  • HotRods glass
  • Pop Core Matrix wood core
  • Basalt impact plates
  • SinterTrue base

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male 5'5 155lbs beginner what size would...

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male 5'5 155lbs beginner what size would you recommend 148 or 151 thanks

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Henson, for your weight I'd go with the 151, according to the recommended size chart. However, I'm sure you'd be fine with the 148 if you prefer a shorter board. The weight thing is a suggestion. Ride what you're most comfortable with! Have fun!

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All-Mountain/Park Slayer!

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

The Reverb is a truly versatile board. MtnPop gives you rocker between your feet, camber under foot, and a little extra rise in the tip and tail. This makes for catch-free playfulness without losing stability, as well as adds a ton of float in pow. Not to mention the HotRods glass gives you crazy pop for "Slow" sign ollies and street rail destruction. With a middle-of-the-pack flex profile, the Reverb is sure to be your one board quiver this winter.