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Rome Artifact Snowboard

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    Artifact Snowboard

    From rope tow parks to late night urban missions, the Rome Artifact Snowboard is always in its natural habitat when sliding metal is involved. Loaded with the playful, forgiving feel of a flat profile, the Artifact remains the top urban rail mission and all-out park destroyer for heavy-hitting Rome team riders. Contact Rocker profiling provides the pop and power that other profiles imitate but never duplicate, while the Skatecore profiling thins out the board between the bindings and thickens it underfoot for a skate-like feel that's as close to a pair of trucks as you'll get on snow.

    The Stomp Core Matrix is reinforced with impact-resistant wood in high-impact areas to increase dampening and strength, and a HotRods Single Glass Barrel running down the center increases pop without sacrificing the mellow torsional flex. A StraightBiax laminate keeps the flex soft and makes it easy to ride. Rebound sidewalls increase impact absorption to prevent blowouts and breaks when you're gapping to big down rails, and they also smooth out the ride a bit. It's finished with a high-density Impact base for extra durability, because sometimes there's not a lot of snow on top of that concrete.

    • Iconic park and freestyle board still leading the pack
    • True twin shape allows for switch riding with ease
    • Medium flex balances snappy pop with flexible pressing
    • Flat profile keeps your presses locked-in
    • Lightweight wood core enhances response and liveliness
    • Biax laminate adds a fun, mellow feel
    • Impact base handles the abuse that comes with urban riding
    • Item #ROM00F6

    Tech Specs

    Length
    147cm, 150cm, 153cm, 156cm, 152cm wide, 155cm wide
    Profile
    Contact Rocker (flat camber between bindings, rocker outside bindings)
    Shape
    twin
    Flex
    medium-soft (4 of 10 on Rome's scale)
    Effective Edge
    [147cm] 1140mm, [150cm] 1170mm, [153cm] 1200mm, [156cm] 1230mm, [152cm wide] 1190mm, [155cm wide] 1220mm
    Waist Width
    [147cm] 250mm, [150cm] 253mm, [153cm] 256mm, [156cm] 258mm, [152cm wide] 262mm, [155cm wide] 266mm
    Sidecut Radius
    [147cm] 7.24m, [150cm] 7.5m, [153cm] 7.76m, [156cm] 8.02m, [152cm wide] 7.73m, [155cm wide] 7.96m
    Stance Width
    [147cm] 18.5 - 23.25in, [150cm, 153cm] 19.5 - 24.25in, [156cm, 152cm wide, 155cm wide] 20.5 - 25.25in
    Stance Setback
    centered
    Mount
    4-hole
    Core
    Stomp Matrix, HiBeams (straight edge)
    Laminate
    StraightBiax
    Sidewalls
    Rebound
    Base
    Impact (extruded)
    Recommended Rider Weight
    [147cm] 95 - 150lb, [150cm] 110 - 165lb, [153cm] 120 - 185lb, [156cm] 135 - 200lb, [152cm wide] 120 - 170lb+, [155cm wide] 135 - 190lb+
    Recommended Use
    park & freestyle snowboarding
    Manufacturer Warranty
    2 years

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    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    It broke on the very first fall and there is not actually a warranty. The tail blew apart and the board split up the middle. It was clearly a defective board but after no response from Rome for three weeks, it was considered my fault. Stay far away, Rome is full of crooks since the nidecker brothers got involved. I am a 15 year Rome fan and have not ridden anything else, but buying this board was a mistake and I’m done with Rome going forward.

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    Legends never die

    Before ‘park boards’ was something you could filter a search by, before ‘rocker’ set the world on fire, before flexing for the gram was a thing; the Artifact was out late, hustling in generator-lit streets. Before hashtags, before clout, before influencers and before Real Snow parts, the Artifact was a statement. It was the voice of Kids on Shred who didn’t want a stiff-flexing all-mountain board; they wanted a fun-loving, jib everything board that stood for something, rather than running from everything. Get ready to FEAST, cause dinner is served.