Ollie slow signs, spray slowpokes.
Sure to stir up a storm of shred controversy, the Rome Women's Scandal Snowboard is your partner in crime for spraying slowpokes with blasts of cold-smoke powder, boosting ollies over slow signs, and blasting huge airs off everything in sight. Its Almost Twin shape is centered between the contacts for a well-balanced freestyle feel, with a slightly more voluminous nose for enhanced float on those deeper days. ButterOut Transition Zones keep the board extremely playful, giving you an enhanced surface area along the nose and tail for effortless butters and steezy presses.
Loaded with Rome's No Hang-Ups Pop 2.0 profile, the Scandal serves up a surfy-fun feel, with powerful response for cruising the mountain with your friends. It features powerful camber underfoot, extending just 20-millimeters shy of the nose and tail contacts. From here, it bends upwards with a 3D-curvilinear rocker, much like the convex side of a spoon. This creates a loose, playful feel when you're buttering and cruising, as the contacts are upturned to reduce the chance of hanging up. It's also better at floating through fresh powder, as the convex nose smoothly directs snow around the outside without plowing or submerging like traditional camber.
Inside the Scandal, the super-lively, incredibly snappy SuperPop Core Matrix easily boosts off every jump, side hit, and natural feature on the mountain. The Glass Single Barrel Hotrod extends to the nose and tail for spring-loaded pop, all without sacrificing the board's playful feel. Other notable features include a QuickRip sidecut for phenomenal edgehold at speed, as well as a SinterTrue base for hauling across everything from deep powder to sticky spring slush.
- Built for ladies who shred the whole mountain
- Hybrid rocker profile is poppy, yet forgiving
- Almost Twin shape for all-mountain shredding
- Medium flex can be ridden anywhere
- QuickRip sidecut enhances edge hold
- HotRods Glass Single Barrel enhances pop
- SinterTrue base is fast and druable
- Rome is based in Waterbury, Vermont
- Item #ROM009W