The board of choice for riders who want a powerful and responsive snap without sacrificing float is the Rome Mod Rocker. The FreePop Rocker is flat underfoot with a rocker in the nose and tail to give you optimal balance, butter and float. The TurboRods-Carbon Double Barrel place two carbon rods inside sleeves are milled into the core of the board. With the tips floating freely inside the sleeves, the nose and tail of the board are able to load pop and transfer energy more dynamically. Z-Tech 1.0 is a 1-inch wide strip of Zylon that runs down the centerline of the board for maximum responsiveness and dampening.
Its AirPop Core Matrix is all Poplar wood for strength and pop and the SuperlightBiax Laminate keeps the torsional flex smooth and responsive. For speed, you'll have the QuickRip Technology boosting power at high speeds and keeping things fun at the lower speeds. Also, the SinterCarbon Base was made to reduce friction and absorb wax so you can really get this board cruising. The Rome Mod Rocker is stable enough for Mach 5 speeds yet soft enough to 5-0 your favorite down-rail.
Hi, my name's Riley. I just got off the Rome Mod Rocker. I give this board 5 out of 5 stars. This is a really good powerful board that's really good fo high speed carves, things like that. It's really, really lightweight and damp. Super nice for that hard charging, all-mountain rider who maybe wants to maybe rip a little bit in the park too. So, overall I give this board 5 our of 5 stars.
Hi, I'm Mike. I just got off the Rome Mod Rocker. I give this board a 5 out of 5 stars. It is a higher end park board. Also, kind of transfers over into an all-mountain freestyle snowboard. It's fun everywhere. It's looser under the foot because of the rocker which makes it a little bit better for rails. They also come in a cambered version. If you're hitting more jumps or doing more all-mountain stuff, go camber.