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    Mountain Division Snowboard

    The Rome Mountain Division Snowboard loves to go fast, whether you love blasting off of cat tracks and beating your friends to the bottom of the lift or prefer straight lining big skinny chutes, hop on this stable high speed beast and go faster than ever with ample control. The key to this high speed control is the combination of the directional shape, Free-The-Ride camber profile, and medium-stiff flex.

    The directional shape creates a stable platform that eases turn initiation and helps you get from edge to edge quickly for control at high speeds. Working with this directional shape the Free-The-Ride camber profile mixes rocker in the tip with a flat section under your front foot and camber from there to the tail. This allows for exceptional float through powder as well as a super stable back foot platform. This super stable platform acts as a gas pedal when you get into dicey situations by letting you shift your weight to your back foot, which brings your tip off of the the snow and lets you skip over trouble to an area where you can comfortably make a turn. To tie it all together the Mountain Division consists of a light weight AirPop core that is reinforced by poppy carbon turbo rods and torsionally rigid laminates to create a medium-stiff flex that stays stable at speed but can still be manipulated into and out of turns when need be.

    • Powder and groomer carving board that is designed to go fast
    • Directional shape is quick edge to edge and stable at speed
    • Backfoot camber mixed with tip rocker allows for float in powder
    • Medium-stiff flex is extremely responsive and boosts stability
    • 45/90 laminate boosts torsional rigidity for enhanced edge hold
    • Carbon TurboRods in the core add longevity to the responsiveness
    • Airpop core mixes poppy poplar with weight saving woods
    • SinterSpeed base lets you easily glide across long flat sections
    • Item #ROM00DH

    Tech Specs

    155cm, 159cm, 163cm
    Free-The-Ride Camber (3D rocker nose, camber tail, flat under front foot)
    medium (7 of 10 on Rome scale)
    Effective Edge
    [155cm] 1190mm, [159cm] 1230mm, [163cm] 1270mm
    Waist Width
    [155cm] 254mm, [159cm] 258mm, [163cm] 262mm
    Sidecut Radius
    [155cm] 8.3m, [159cm] 8.6m, [163cm] 9m
    Stance Width
    [155cm] 19.5 - 24.125in, [159cm] 20.5 - 25.25in, [163cm] 20.5 - 25.25in
    Stance Setback
    AirPop Core, TurboRods (carbon thruster)
    45/90 hybrid
    Recommended Rider Weight
    [155cm] 120 - 185lb, [159cm] 145 - 210lb, [163cm] 160 - 230lb+
    Recommended Use
    all-mountain snowboarding, freeride/powder snowboarding
    Manufacturer Warranty
    2 years

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    Solid Ride!

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    This board is light! That being said normally that would come with drawbacks, but not with this board. It’s fast, mean, and really wants to be pushed. Being a camber dominant ride, you have to be on your game. It can get a little catchy if you lose focus! I wouldn’t call the board an effortless floater in powder, but if you set your stance back and throw a little weight on your back foot it keeps right up with a dedicated powder board! All and all this board is a great all mountain destroyer with a strong taste of free ride thrown in the mix. It is stiff, but not quite as stiff as your typical dedicated free ride board. It allows for a little playfulness and you can throw the board around.

    Light and poppy powder slayer!

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    The first thing I noticed upon picking up this board was how light it was, and on the first run it was obvious that this board liked to go fast and be on edge. I put in about 5 full days at park city on the Rome mountain division experiencing everything from ice to 15" of fresh stuff. The thing that surprised me most about this board was how predictable the pop was, which I attribute to the carbon rails. Even though this board is directional it never gave me any issue landing switch. While it feels much more inspiring on powder than ice, It handles everything well enough to be a one-board quiver for someone who is more interested in steeps than the park.

    This thing rips!

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I just scooped this thing up and it's a game changer. Let me clarify, I'm a big splitboarder and when I'm not riding in the backcountry, I'm usually spinning laps at the resort on a stiff freeride board. Even though it's a 7 out of 10 on the stiff scale, this thing doesn't feel very stiff and has a ton of pop. It's actually quite playful and made me remember how much fun it is to have a board that you can throw around...but don't be fooled. This board floats in the powder and is sooooo easy to maneuver in the deep stuff, even in tight trees. Absolutely love this thing since it can handle anything you throw at it. Well done Rome, well done!

    Big Mountain Dream

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    This board is phenomenal on Big Mountain Terrain. It will ride big lines at resorts such as Snowbird, Jackson, Crested Butte, Etc. like it was it's job. Perfect amount of response to reliably pop off cliffs and scream down narrow chutes.

    The one board Quiver.

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I've ridden every iteration of this board, this year's is the best. I've ridden it in Canada at Eagle Pass Heli and Revelstoke, all over Colorado and Utah, throughout Japan, I even competed on it at the Baker Legendary Banked Slalom last February. Every place I have taken this board, I have also brought a second. Every time, I end up on my Mountain Division. Its the best powder board Ive ever ridden. It has tons of landing gear. Its "S camber" style profile is now in its sixth season and has been tweaked and tuned into an instrument with surgical precision. It is perfect. In short, its the GOAT!

    My Favorite board....ever

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Okay, so I've been riding the Mountain Division for a few seasons and I can honestly say that this new shape is by far my favorite board of all time. I put in about 40 days on this board last year and it did everything I wanted. From speed laps on groomers, to side hits, to deep , deep powder this board does it all. I love the back seat camber. It gives you all the power you need and keeps the nose nice and floaty in deeper snow. If you are looking for a board to take you all over the mountain this is it.

    My Favorite board....ever

    Rome 2019 Mountain Division


    The Mountain Division is a versatile assassin built for logging multiple days in spots like Jackson, St. Anton, Stowe and Niseko. Whether it snows or not, our innovative camber shaping and our targeted placement of proprietary carbon tubes create a ride that floats through the light stuff, blasts through the chop and digs deep ruts on the groomers. A positive camber, fully-powered tail lets you explode clouds and stomp cliffs with confidence.