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Rome Mountain Division Snowboard

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    Resort-slayers welcome.

    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 underfoot packs plenty of pop, power, and edge hold for driving through turns and negotiating hairy lines, while 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 clean, explosive turns. 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 great times all over the resort.

    • A directional snowboard for powder and firmer trail conditions
    • Camber underfoot enhances pop, power, and edge hold
    • Tip-and-tail rocker is forgiving and helps float in the deep
    • Directional design is great for speed and straight-lining steeps
    • SinterSpeed base cruises through the flats with ease
    • Tail TurboRods add more pop for bigger ollies and spins
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    Tech Specs

    Length
    155, 159, 163
    Profile
    rocker/flat/camber/rocker
    Shape
    directional
    Flex
    medium
    Effective Edge
    [155] 119cm, [159] 123cm, [163] 127cm
    Waist Width
    [155] 25.4cm, [159] 123cm, [163] 127cm
    Sidecut Radius
    [155] 8.26m, [159] 8.64m, [163] 9m
    Stance Width
    [155] 19.5-24in, [159] 20.5-25.25in, [163] 20.5-25.25in
    Mount
    4-hole
    Core
    AirPop Core Matrix
    Wrap
    TurboRods, zylon
    Sidewalls
    Good Vibes
    Base
    sintered
    Recommended Rider Weight
    [155] 120lb+, [159] 145lb+, [163] 160lb+
    Recommended Use
    all-mountain snowboarding, freeride/powder snowboarding, park & freestyle snowboarding
    Manufacturer Warranty
    2 year

    Tech Specs

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    Rome Mountain Division

    Designed for riders who demand a board as versatile as the terrain they ride. If it’s deep, take it to the peaks and steeps. If it’s wind-blown, hit the trees. If the groomers are prime, drag some knuckles. The Mountain Division’s Free-The-Ride camber profile lets it float with ease, slash with power and rip clean carves.

    My daily driver

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I've ridden this board everywhere and in every condition. It is happiest when its deep as it floats as well as anything, I actually replaced my swallowtail with the mtn division as it performs better in deep and is more well-rounded on the rest of the mountain. Mine spent last season riding in Hoikkaido, Silverton, & Brighton, IT was the only board I rode even though I was traveling with a full quiver. The flex and camber profiles favor directional riding, but as a directional freeride board, the Mtn Division is the GOAT!

    Powder Board of choice

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I've ridden a lot of boards, but I keep coming back to the Rome Mountain Division as my first choice in deeper snow. I've ridden the 159 in everything from 6 inches to 3+ feet of snow and the float and power of this board blows my mind everytime. The double turbo rods in the tail of this board give you that extra "wah-pow" to slash berms and stand up on your landings. I pair this board with the Rome DOD bindings and the Rome Guide Boot, and would recommend this board to anyone looking for a light weight all mountain board that excels at high speeds and in deeper snow.

    Powder Board of choice

    All Mountain Gun

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    The Rome Mountain Division is one of the directional "quiver killers" a lot of people are looking for. If you are going to have one board to do it all, the Mountain Division is hard to look past. With all 3 major types of camber; traditional camber, flat camber, and rocker or "reverse camber", you get all the aspects out of a board that you want: pop, float, and stability. The medium flex tackles everything you throw at it and leaves you stoked on any part of the mountain. Rome only put their best materials in the construction of this deck to make it last season after season. We had a Mountain Division as a demo here at Backcountry and I had an awesome time on it, from ripping pow to carving groomers.

    Contact me directly at 801-204-4578 or gboogert@backcountry.com if you have any additional questions, need help with figuring out the right size, or want to get an awesome set up going!

    All Mountain Gun