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Rome Industries
$229.99 $137.99 at Backcountry.com

The Rome 390 Snowboard Binding sets the standard in tweak-where-you-want-it, power-where-you-need-it performance, tearing apart ev...erything from park runs to pow laps. The binding's V-Rod baseplate is a rockered, minimal contact baseplate (2. 77%... Read More

Rome Industries
$179.99 $107.99 at Backcountry.com

A favorite of street and jib connoisseurs worldwide, the Rome Mob Snowboard Binding allows you to tweak the hell out of grabs, but...ter around the mountain, and press with authority. This mellow-flexing binding features a Mob Ultralight highback with... Read More

Rome Industries
$169.99 $101.99 at Backcountry.com

Designed for beginners on a budget, the Women's Smith Snowboard Boots from Rome are built specifically for new riders seeking a co...mfortable, easy-flexing boot. This super-playful boot offers effortless turn initiation, thanks to a soft feel that's easy... Read More

Rome Industries
$259.99 $155.99 at Backcountry.com

Drawing a cult-like following of die-hard riders with its unmatched versatility and dialed-in fit, the Rome 390 Boss Snowboard Bin...ding sets the standard in freestyle and all-mountain performance. Whether you're ripping untracked lines above treeline or... Read More

Rome Industries
$199.99 $119.99 at Backcountry.com

From dialed jib lines to forty-degree chutes, the Rome Arsenal Snowboard Binding offers mid-flexing response for shredding anythin...g on the mountain. So, what's the secret to the Arsenal's go-anywhere versatility and affordable price point? Simply put,... Read More

Rome Industries
$249.99 $149.99 at Backcountry.com

The Rome Women's Memphis Boa Boot offers mid-level response and dialed support for charging everything from freshly frosted glades... to smooth park laps. This fashion-savvy boot features a Double Boa closure that independently tightens the boot's upper... Read More

Rome Industries
$289.99 $173.99 at Backcountry.com

Ridden by big-mountain destroyer Bjorn Leines, the Rome Targa Snowboard Binding delivers instantaneous response and highly customi...zable performance for ripping apart Alaskan spines, gigantic kickers, and serious cliffs in the backcountry. This... Read More

Rome Industries
$209.99 $125.99 at Backcountry.com

Ridden by innovative street slayer LNP, the Rome Mob Boss Snowboard Binding is a souped-up version of Rome's park and rail-specifi...c Mob Binding. Built off an ultra-light V-Rod Unibody baseplate, the Mob Boss offers a rockered, minimal contact baseplate... Read More

Rome Industries
$259.99 $155.99 at Backcountry.com

Destroying everything from urban wallrides to frosty pillow lines, Marie-France-Roy elevates what's possible on a board every time... she straps in. The Rome Madison Boss Women's Snowboard Binding is her go-to choice for riding every imaginable freestyle... Read More

Rome Industries
$279.99 $167.99 at Backcountry.com

From first tracks to tweaked-out methods, the Rome Women's Bastille Boa Snowboard Boot delivers powerful flex and ample cushioning... for hard-charging ladies tearing up the entire mountain. The Double Boa closure provides dialed response and comfort with... Read More

Rome Industries
$99.99 $74.99 at Backcountry.com

Get after fresh backcountry powder with the low-profile organization of the Rome Ravine Backpack. This backcountry pack holds ever...ything you need to stay safe beyond the resort's boundaries, including built-in storage for your hydration reservoir (not included), so you stay hydrated on long tours. Its reinforced vertical-carry straps secure your board when you're traverse technical terrain, and the internal avalanche gear organization holds all of your snow safety gear within easy access. There's also helmet storage, allowing you to stash away your brain bucket on long uphill slogs. Additionally, the pack features Bioformed shoulder straps for a secure, comfortable fit, and its sternum strap has a built-in safety whistle in case of an emergency. Read More

Rome Industries
$399.99 $239.99 at Backcountry.com

Loaded with the poppy, locked-in feel of traditional camber, the Rome Artifact Snowboard remains a top choice by LNP and Jonah Owe...n for urban rail missions and all-out park destruction. This mellow-flexing, true twin park deck slays the gnarliest rails and small-to-medium sized jumps with authority, allowing you to dial-in park laps and grind handrails on campus without skipping a beat. Infusing a snappy, skate-like feel into the Artifact, the board's Stomp Core Matrix with Full SkateDeck features a full-length, horizontal wood laminate on top. This added wood laminate beefs up durability under the board's bindings, preventing damage when you're gapping rails and smashing on jibs in the park. Rebound sidewalls absorb impact for a smoother feel when you're grinding, and Glass Single Barrel HotRods offer pre-loaded pop when you're snapping ollies and springing off jumps. Additionally, the board's Impact base holds up to a serious thrashing from an entire season of rail, park, and street riding. Read More

Rome Industries
$599.99 $359.99 at Backcountry.com

If you're the type of rider who couldn't care less about the terrain park and would rather be out searching for hidden pow stashes... than hitting rails, then the Rome Mountain Division Snowboard was made for you. It has a hybrid profile and directional shape for a ride that rips on groomers and glides over powder. This true all-mountain slayer starts with Rome's Free-The-Ride profile, which combines camber, flat, and rocker so it floats in the deep stuff just as well as it rails turns on hardpack. Camber from the tail to the front foot insert gives it plenty of pop and edge hold, and then it transfers to flat under the front foot to help load up the rockered nose for float when you get into powder. Turborods carbon rods and a two-inch strip of Zylon down the center add crazy amounts of pop and give it lightning-quick response. The Airpop Core matrix uses five zones of poplar for a snappy feel that's super-lightweight, but also very strong. Biax glass keeps the flex consistent for smooth, predictable turns. It's finished off with Rome's high-end Sinterspeed base, which absorbs large amounts of wax for several days of high-speed riding. Read More

Rome Industries
$399.99 $239.99 at Backcountry.com

Split time between perfecting your back fives in the park and slashing deep, bottomless pow in the trees with the Rome Women's Hei...st Snowboard. The Heist is Rome's sister stick to the highly acclaimed Reverb Rocker, giving you peak-to-park performance with a highly versatile MtnPop rocker profile. MtnPop Rocker delivers loose, catch-free rocker underfoot with the added power of camber at the tip and tail for extra drive in and out of turns. Plus, its rocker underfoot enhances float in deep, untracked snow, keeping your nose from submerging without setting back your stance. Designed with Rome's StraightBiax Carbon laminate, the Heist has plenty of pop to snap off jumps and launch natural windlips above treeline, thanks to a healthy dose of infused carbon. And since the board only uses biax fiberglass, it still retains its buttery feel with ample torsional flex for jibbing and pressing through the park. Adding even more ollie power, the board's HotRods-Bamboo Single Barrel places a rod of snappy Bamboo down the center of the board, acting as a springing board for boosting off everything in sight. Utilizing Rome's QuickRip sidecut for added grip on icy, hardpacked days, the Heist has two additional mid-board contacts that grip phenomenally when conditions are less than optimal. In addition, the board's SinterTrue base is super-quick, absorbing a ton of wax for high-speed performance all over the mountain. It's also tougher than cheaper extruded bases, withstanding scrapes from rocks, rails, and natural features hidden under the snow. Read More

Rome Industries
$399.99 $239.99 at Backcountry.com

The Rome Artifact Rocker Snowboard has a soft, playful feel for effortless presses and butters, making it ideal for rail slayers a...nd park rats looking for a dedicated jib stick. This true twin deck is identical to the regular Artifact, except for its FreePop Rocker profile, which combines the neutral feel of flat camber underfoot with the catch-free fun of rocker at the tip and tail. Providing a snappy, skate-like feel into the Artifact Rocker, the board's Stomp Core Matrix with Full SkateDeck uses a full-length, horizontal wood laminate on top. This added wood laminate beefs up durability under the board's bindings, preventing damage when you're slamming onto rails and gapping to street features. Rebound sidewalls absorb impact for a smoother feel when you're grinding, and Glass Single Barrel HotRods offer pre-loaded pop when you're snapping ollies and launching small-to-medium sized kickers. In addition, the board's Impact base withstands serious thrashings from an entire season's worth of rail, park, and street riding. Read More

Rome Industries
$399.99 $239.99 at Backcountry.com

Attention big-footed park rats: the Rome Artifact Rocker Snowboard is your dream come true. Featuring a true twin shape, super but...tery flex, and Rome's JibPop Rocker camber, this board is built specifically for park rats and jib monkeys. The board's JibPop Rocker camber features a small flat section in between the binding inserts for balancing on rails. The rest of the board is rockered, from just before the inserts out to the tip and tail. This makes for easy presses and an extremely buttery flex. And with its wider waist, the Artifact Rocker Wide takes your mind off toe- and heel-drag so you can focus on the park.Beefing up the durability of a board that's built to be destroyed through grinding and jibbing, Rome has added Glass Impact Plates underneath the bindings to reinforce the core. A 4mm glass HotRod has also been inserted into the core for spring-loaded ollies and nollies. Adding a bit more edge hold to a super-buttery board is crucial, and Rome has placed a Quickrip sidecut on the Artifact Rocker to give it more grip when you're hauling down icy park runs. This technology also allows your board to turn like a more playful, shorter board when you're riding at slow speeds. Read More

Rome Industries
$349.99 $209.99 at Backcountry.com

Ridden by jib-extraordinaire LNP for slaying the heaviest handrails and street gaps, the Rome Shank Snowboard injects a loose, ska...te-like feel into your rail and freestyle riding. This jib and park specialist can be ridden much shorter than your average freestyle deck, allowing you to quickly turn between jibs and street features for maximum maneuverability. Its true twin shape rides and lands switch effortlessly, while the NoHang-Ups Rocker curves upward at the tip and tail contacts, preventing snagging on rails and street features with its 3D continuous curvilinear rocker. Inside this jib machine, you'll find a TTT wood core with Center SkateDeck tech. This tech places a single horizontal wood laminate on top, between the bindings, for a more skate-like feel and added strength when you're gapping onto rails and stomping harsh landings on concrete. There's also Skatecore profiling, which thins the board's core out between the bindings, allowing maximum torsional flex for enhanced rail and park riding. Boosting your ollies and nollies without unwanted torsional stiffness, the board's HotRods-Glass Single Barrel is placed directly into the core's center for exceptional pop. Add in press-friendly ButterOut Transition Zones and a low-maintenance, easy-to-repair extruded base for a deck that's ideal for street riders and park enthusiasts who grind, press, and thrash their decks all season long. Read More

Rome Industries
$399.99 $239.99 at Backcountry.com

Attention big-footed park rats: the Rome Artifact Rocker Snowboard is your dream come true. Featuring a true twin shape, super but...tery flex, and Rome's JibPop Rocker camber, this board is built specifically for park rats and jib monkeys. The board's JibPop Rocker camber features a small flat section in between the binding inserts for balancing on rails. The rest of the board is rockered, from just before the inserts out to the tip and tail. This makes for easy presses and an extremely buttery flex. And with its wider waist, the Artifact Rocker Wide takes your mind off toe- and heel-drag so you can focus on the park.Beefing up the durability of a board that's built to be destroyed through grinding and jibbing, Rome has added Glass Impact Plates underneath the bindings to reinforce the core. A 4mm glass HotRod has also been inserted into the core for spring-loaded ollies and nollies. Adding a bit more edge hold to a super-buttery board is crucial, and Rome has placed a Quickrip sidecut on the Artifact Rocker to give it more grip when you're hauling down icy park runs. This technology also allows your board to turn like a more playful, shorter board when you're riding at slow speeds. Read More

Rome Industries
$569.99 $341.99 at Backcountry.com

Whether you're into boosting big jumps all day or just ripping around the entire mountain, you'll love the pop and power of the Ro...me Mod Snowboard. This is the board Stale Sandbech trusts when he's lining up triple corks thanks to traditional camber and loads of pop-enhancing features. When it comes to pop, response, and stability, nothing beats tried-and-true traditional camber. Turborods carbon rods and a one-inch strip of Zylon down the center boost your ollie power even more and give it power off the edges. A true twin shape lets you throw down switch tricks without feeling off-center, and the stiff flex keeps you from washing out on landings and steep slopes. The Airpop Core matrix uses five zones of poplar for a snappy feel that's super-lightweight, but also very strong. Biax glass keeps the flex consistent for smooth, predictable turns. It's finished off with Rome's high-end Sinterspeed base, which absorbs large amounts of wax for several days of high-speed riding. Read More

Rome Industries
$479.99 $287.99 at Backcountry.com

Powerful response meets playful, catch-free fun. The Rome CrossRocket Snowboard dissects anything you throw its way, slaying park ...kickers and floating through freshies with ease. Rome's NoHang-Ups Pop Camber gives you the best of both rocker and camber. This profile combines positive, diamond-shaped camber extending from the board's center to approximately 10-millimeters shy of the contact points, with a 3D concave rocker at the tip and tail. Ultimately, this hybrid profile gives you the powerful precision of a full camber deck with a really loose, surfy feel at the nose and tail. Looking inside this all-terrain beast, you'll find a Super Pop Core Matrix for tons of snap off kickers, cliffs, and natural windlips. Carbon Single Barrel HotRods extend outward from the inserts to the tip and tail, giving you explosive ollie power without added torsional stiffness. New for this year, Rome added their Z-Tech 1. 0 into the center of the CrossRocket. This one-inch strip of Zylon also enhances the board's pop without increasing torsional stiffness. Zylon is lighter, stronger, and snappier than carbon (hard to believe, right?), giving you insane levels of pop when you're sending jumps and hits into oblivion. Read More

Rome Industries
$329.95 $214.47 at Backcountry.com

So, you're looking for an all-terrain, all-purpose ride that won't have you selling your kidney on the black market just to afford... some quality shredding? Pick up the Rome Factory Rocker Snowboard for an all-terrain, all-purpose freestyle ride without the sticker shock. This true twin deck is purposefully built for the beginner-to-intermediate rider, yet it won't hold back the seasoned shred vet from spinning off jumps and pressing through the jib line, thanks to its medium flex and versatile MtnPop Rocker profile. Giving you the ultimate freedom to ride the entire mountain, MtnPop Rocker offers loose, catch-free rocker underfoot with the added power of camber at the tip and tail. The rocker underfoot allows for effortless jibbing without hanging up on rails, also helping beginners initiate turns without the unforgiving feel of a fully cambered deck. Camber at the tip and tail add drive in and out of turns, also enhancing pop off freestyle features. And since there's plenty of rocker between the feet, the Factory Rocker tracks through fresh snow surprising well, especially considering it's a true twin deck without any stance set-back. Enhancing edge hold on firm, icy days, the board's QuickRip sidecut adds two mid-board contact points, helping you carve when conditions are less than optimal. Rome's Pop Core Matrix is plenty responsive for carving up the entire mountain, and it's supplemented with pop-enhancing Dual Inline Bambooster tech. These inlayed Bamboo rods enhance ollies and nollies with their naturally snappy bamboo composition. Add in Glass V Stringer tech for extra pop without added torsional stiffness for a board that springs over anything on the mountain, while retaining its buttery, playful feel. Read More

Rome Industries
$499.99 $299.99 at Backcountry.com

All-mountain shredding is the name of the game when you're strapped into the Rome Women's Gold Snowboard. This highly versatile fr...eestyle shred stick features an almost twin shape, meaning it's centered between the contact points but has a slightly longer nose to aid in powder floatation. Its MtnPop Rocker profile is the most versatile Rome's line-up with rocker underfoot for a loose playful feel in the park, plus the ability to plane through deep snow without submerging your nose. Camber extends to the tip and tail contacts for added grip when you're carving and extra snap off big kickers. Loaded with a SuperPop Core, the Gold delivers plenty of boost for ollies and flying off jumps, thanks to its long poplar wood segments and three separate zones of low-density wood. Adding even more pop, the HotRods-Carbon Single Barrel and Z-Tech 1. 0 infuse spring-loaded pop without adding too much torsional stiffness. In fact, Z-Tech 1. 0 uses Zylon, a material that's even lighter and poppier than carbon, down the board's centerline for next-level response. Add in an ice-gripping QuickRip sidecut and super-fast SinterSpeed base for all-mountain freestyle performance that makes no compromises, whether you're straight-lining big booters or slashing through a foot of fresh. Read More

Rome Industries
$349.99 $209.99 at Backcountry.com

Ridden by jib-extraordinaire LNP for slaying the heaviest handrails and street gaps, the Rome Shank Snowboard injects a loose, ska...te-like feel into your rail and freestyle riding. This jib and park specialist can be ridden much shorter than your average freestyle deck, allowing you to quickly turn between jibs and street features for maximum maneuverability. Its true twin shape rides and lands switch effortlessly, while the NoHang-Ups Rocker curves upward at the tip and tail contacts, preventing snagging on rails and street features with its 3D continuous curvilinear rocker. Inside this jib machine, you'll find a TTT wood core with Center SkateDeck tech. This tech places a single horizontal wood laminate on top, between the bindings, for a more skate-like feel and added strength when you're gapping onto rails and stomping harsh landings on concrete. There's also Skatecore profiling, which thins the board's core out between the bindings, allowing maximum torsional flex for enhanced rail and park riding. Boosting your ollies and nollies without unwanted torsional stiffness, the board's HotRods-Glass Single Barrel is placed directly into the core's center for exceptional pop. Add in press-friendly ButterOut Transition Zones and a low-maintenance, easy-to-repair extruded base for a deck that's ideal for street riders and park enthusiasts who grind, press, and thrash their decks all season long. Read More

Rome Industries
$479.99 $287.99 at Backcountry.com

Blur the boundary between wicked park weapon and sacred pow stick with the all-mountain versatility of the Rome Women's Scandal Sn...owboard. As a sister board to the CrossRocket, the Scandal blends the hard-charging response of camber underfoot with the surfy, catch-free feel of 3D rocker at the nose and tail, thanks to its NoHang-Ups Pop profile. Its almost twin shape means the board is centered between the contacts with a slightly longer nose, helping the Scandal float through fresh powder yet retain its switch riding prowess through the park. Sitting on the responsive side of things, this deck is powerful enough to drive in and out of turns with its camber underfoot, holding an edge especially well at high speeds with its QuickRip sidecut. This sidecut design provides two extra mid-board contacts that lock into hardpack without slipping out on steeps or through icy conditions. Glass Single Barrel HotRods are milled into the nose and tail, allowing you to boost over natural features and big park jumps. Additionally, the board's ButterOut Transition Zones elongate the nose and tail transition zones, giving you a smooth feel when stomping landings, buttering, and turning. Read More

Rome Industries
$539.99 $323.99 at Backcountry.com

A favorite of freestyle riders who prefer the powerful feel of traditional camber, the Rome Agent Snowboard specializes in boostin...g off massive jumps, popping natural hits, and straight-lining steeps. This highly versatile freestyle stick is slightly directional in shape, meaning that it's centered between the contact points with a slightly bigger nose for added stability at high speeds and enhanced float. Stay Positive camber gives the Agent a poppy, powerful feel when you're treating the mountain like one giant park. As if that's not enough, the folks at Rome engineered the Agent with a SuperPop Core Matrix for tons of pop off jumps and natural features in the backcountry. This core consists of long-grain poplar and three zones of low-density wood for a lively flex pattern that's prime for snapping off kickers and natural windlips. Reinforcing the board at the tip and tail, Carbon Single Barrel Turborods provide a bit more landing gear for stomping huge jumps. Plus, these snappy carbon rods allow you to pre-load the nose and tail for boosting huge nollies and ollies. Going one step further, Rome added a one-inch strip of Zylon down the center for even more pop and increased longitudinal power. Zylon is a material that's lighter, stronger, and snappier than carbon (hard to believe, right?), giving you maximum control for blasting at serious speeds and launching huge kickers. Read More

Rome Industries
$459.99 $275.99 at Backcountry.com

Pick up the Rome Women's Lo-Fi Rocker Snowboard if you're the type of rider who doesn't discriminate between sending big jumps in ...the park and slashing fresh powder in the trees. This super-poppy deck is a true twin, allowing you to land and ride switch without compromise in the park. However, just because the Lo-Fi Rocker excels at jumps and jibs doesn't mean it can't slay the entire mountain. Its FreePop Rocker profile adds serious float, should you find yourself dicing up freshly frosted glades and untracked bowls at your local resort. This flat-rocker hybrid places flat camber underfoot for a stable, predictable feel when you're straight-lining kickers and hauling at serious speeds down the mountain. Just after the binding inserts, the board slightly rockers up at its tip and tail, allowing you to float through fresh snow, as well as jib without hanging up. Inside this all-mountain specialist, you'll find a snappy SuperPop Core Matrix which blends long poplar wood with three zones of low-density wood. Its StraightBiax Laminate preserves the board's playful nature, allowing you to lay into butters and presses without too much torsional stiffness. Helping you boost over slow signs (don't get caught!) and launch kickers without hitting the knuckle, the Glass Single Barrel HotRod is laid into the nose and tail, allowing you to pre-load ollies and nollies with spring-like response. Additionally, the Lo-Fi Rocker has a SinterTrue base that absorbs a ton of wax for riding fast all over the mountain. Read More

Rome Industries
$459.99 $275.99 at Backcountry.com

Pick up the Rome Women's Lo-Fi Rocker Snowboard if you're the type of rider who doesn't discriminate between sending big jumps in ...the park and slashing fresh powder in the trees. This super-poppy deck is a true twin, allowing you to land and ride switch without compromise in the park. However, just because the Lo-Fi Rocker excels at jumps and jibs doesn't mean it can't slay the entire mountain. Its FreePop Rocker profile adds serious float, should you find yourself dicing up freshly frosted glades and untracked bowls at your local resort. This flat-rocker hybrid places flat camber underfoot for a stable, predictable feel when you're straight-lining kickers and hauling at serious speeds down the mountain. Just after the binding inserts, the board slightly rockers up at its tip and tail, allowing you to float through fresh snow, as well as jib without hanging up. Inside this all-mountain specialist, you'll find a snappy SuperPop Core Matrix which blends long poplar wood with three zones of low-density wood. Its StraightBiax Laminate preserves the board's playful nature, allowing you to lay into butters and presses without too much torsional stiffness. Helping you boost over slow signs (don't get caught!) and launch kickers without hitting the knuckle, the Glass Single Barrel HotRod is laid into the nose and tail, allowing you to pre-load ollies and nollies with spring-like response. Additionally, the Lo-Fi Rocker has a SinterTrue base that absorbs a ton of wax for riding fast all over the mountain. Read More

Rome Industries
$569.99 $341.99 at Backcountry.com

As Rome's flagship all-terrain freestyle weapon, the Rome Mod Rocker Snowboard is sure to put a smile on your face, whether you're... surf-slashing a foot of fresh or sending jumps in the terrain park. This mid-flexing freestyle deck excels at riding anything you can throw its way, thanks to its versatile FreePop Rocker profile and true twin shape. The FreePop Rocker delivers the straight-line stability of flat camber underfoot, allowing you to bomb steeps and flat base the board off gut-wrenching jumps without unnerving squirreliness inherent to other rockered designs. Adding a bit of playfulness, as well as extra float through the deep stuff, the Mod Rocker has slight rocker extending from the contacts through the tip and tail. This makes the board fun and catch-free when you're buttering and jibbing through the park. Designed to be as light as possible without sacrificing strength or pop, the board's AirPop Core Matrix and Superlight Biax Laminate save precious weight, allowing you crank spins without added heft. Carbon Double Barrel TurboRods offer insane amounts of snap when you're pre-loading ollies and boosting off kickers, and Z-Tech 1. 0 creates a board that's poppier than ever, as Zylon is inserted into the deck's center, which is lighter, stronger, and snappier than carbon (hard to believe, right?). Factor in the added grip of a QuickRip sidecut and the friction-reducing SinterCarbon base for a board that's well suited for charging down the mountain and slicing through any terrain you can handle. Read More

Rome Industries
$369.99 $221.99 at Backcountry.com

Buttery-soft goodness meets proven jib performance within the Rome Women's Wildcat Snowboard. Featuring a true twin shape, mellow ...flex, and blunted tip and tail, the Wildcat injects a skate-like feel into every run, helping you jib and spin off everything in sight. Since its effective edge is elongated, you can easily size down a few centimeters from what you're used to riding, giving you the feel of skating on the snow. Plus, its Skatecore profiling thins out between the bindings, easily twisting through its midsection for quick maneuverability between park hits and jib features. Designed with Rome's NoHang-Ups Rocker, the Wildcat has a large flat area that's shaped like a diamond, extending past the bindings, just 20-millimeters shy of the tip and tail contacts. There's a 3D continuous curvilinear rocker at the tip and tail for catch-free presses, grinds, and spins. Furthermore, its responsive Pop Core Matrix, ollie-boosting Bambooster Centerline tech, and press-enhancing Butter Out Transition Zones make this board perfect for pressing, jibbing, and popping over everything in sight. Read More

Rome Industries
$539.99 $323.99 at Backcountry.com

Built for bombing groomers, boosting airs, and destroying powder stashes, the Rome Agent Rocker Snowboard is a true all-mountain s...layer for riders do a little bit of everything-- really fast. It has a stiff, responsive feel, plenty of pop, and a little bit of rocker for when the snow gods decide to hook it up with some freshies. MtnPop rocker features rocker between the bindings for added float in powder and a more forgiving feel on hardpack, with camber underfoot to retain pop and power. A directional twin shape adds drive without taking away switch ride-ability. Carbon rods use kinetic energy to boost your ollies, while a 1-inch strip of Zylon down the center of the board increases energy transfer for improved response. The StraightTriax30 laminate keeps things responsive while allowing enough flex for smooth turns and legit presses. Three zones of low-density wood gives the Agent Rocker a snappy flex while keeping weight to a minimum. The QuickRip sidecut features additional contact points near the bindings that allow the board to feel loose at low speeds while still maintaining edge hold at speed. It's polished off with a SinterSpeed base that absorbs large amounts of wax to keep you flying down the hill for multiple days on end. Read More

Rome Industries
$539.99 $323.99 at Backcountry.com

A favorite of freestyle riders who prefer the powerful feel of traditional camber, the Rome Agent Snowboard specializes in boostin...g off massive jumps, popping natural hits, and straight-lining steeps. This highly versatile freestyle stick is slightly directional in shape, meaning that it's centered between the contact points with a slightly bigger nose for added stability at high speeds and enhanced float. Stay Positive camber gives the Agent a poppy, powerful feel when you're treating the mountain like one giant park. As if that's not enough, the folks at Rome engineered the Agent with a SuperPop Core Matrix for tons of pop off jumps and natural features in the backcountry. This core consists of long-grain poplar and three zones of low-density wood for a lively flex pattern that's prime for snapping off kickers and natural windlips. Reinforcing the board at the tip and tail, Carbon Single Barrel Turborods provide a bit more landing gear for stomping huge jumps. Plus, these snappy carbon rods allow you to pre-load the nose and tail for boosting huge nollies and ollies. Going one step further, Rome added a one-inch strip of Zylon down the center for even more pop and increased longitudinal power. Zylon is a material that's lighter, stronger, and snappier than carbon (hard to believe, right?), giving you maximum control for blasting at serious speeds and launching huge kickers. Read More

Rome Industries
$499.99 $299.99 at Backcountry.com

All-mountain shredding is the name of the game when you're strapped into the Rome Women's Gold Snowboard. This highly versatile fr...eestyle shred stick features an almost twin shape, meaning it's centered between the contact points but has a slightly longer nose to aid in powder floatation. Its MtnPop Rocker profile is the most versatile Rome's line-up with rocker underfoot for a loose playful feel in the park, plus the ability to plane through deep snow without submerging your nose. Camber extends to the tip and tail contacts for added grip when you're carving and extra snap off big kickers. Loaded with a SuperPop Core, the Gold delivers plenty of boost for ollies and flying off jumps, thanks to its long poplar wood segments and three separate zones of low-density wood. Adding even more pop, the HotRods-Carbon Single Barrel and Z-Tech 1. 0 infuse spring-loaded pop without adding too much torsional stiffness. In fact, Z-Tech 1. 0 uses Zylon, a material that's even lighter and poppier than carbon, down the board's centerline for next-level response. Add in an ice-gripping QuickRip sidecut and super-fast SinterSpeed base for all-mountain freestyle performance that makes no compromises, whether you're straight-lining big booters or slashing through a foot of fresh. Read More

Rome Industries
$459.99 $275.99 at Backcountry.com

The Rome Gang Plank Snowboard is inspired by Rome's award-winning Mod Rocker, yet this board is slightly softer and a bit more par...k orientated, allowing riders like Jonah Owen to jib, jump, and press with unparalleled precision. However, just because this board slays the park and handrails with ease doesn't mean it can't shred the entire mountain. Its FreePop Rocker profile is entirely flat through the board's mid-section for added stability when you're carving around the mountain or setting up for rails and kickers. Its tip and tail rocker up for added float through untracked snow, also allowing you to grind rails and park features without hanging up. A smooth-flexing Pop Core Matrix is layed up with two zones of lightweight wood, while StraightBiax laminates offer easy torsional flex for banking tight turns, buttering around your local shred spot, and pressing onto boxes and rails. Injecting spring-loaded pop into this all-terrain freestyle weapon, the board's HotRods-Bamboo Single Barrel offers the resilient flex and snappy feel of Bamboo in the nose and tail, making the board especially great for popping ollies and nollies. There's also Basalt Impact Plates and Rebound Sidewalls for beefed-up durability when you're gapping onto rails and slamming onto street and park features. Add in a hardpack-gripping QuickRip sidecut and speedy SinterTrue base for an extremely versatile board that rips everything without compromise. Read More

Rome Industries
$569.99 $341.99 at Backcountry.com

As Rome's flagship all-terrain freestyle weapon, the Rome Mod Rocker Snowboard is sure to put a smile on your face, whether you're... surf-slashing a foot of fresh or sending jumps in the terrain park. This mid-flexing freestyle deck excels at riding anything you can throw its way, thanks to its versatile FreePop Rocker profile and true twin shape. The FreePop Rocker delivers the straight-line stability of flat camber underfoot, allowing you to bomb steeps and flat base the board off gut-wrenching jumps without unnerving squirreliness inherent to other rockered designs. Adding a bit of playfulness, as well as extra float through the deep stuff, the Mod Rocker has slight rocker extending from the contacts through the tip and tail. This makes the board fun and catch-free when you're buttering and jibbing through the park. Designed to be as light as possible without sacrificing strength or pop, the board's AirPop Core Matrix and Superlight Biax Laminate save precious weight, allowing you crank spins without added heft. Carbon Double Barrel TurboRods offer insane amounts of snap when you're pre-loading ollies and boosting off kickers, and Z-Tech 1. 0 creates a board that's poppier than ever, as Zylon is inserted into the deck's center, which is lighter, stronger, and snappier than carbon (hard to believe, right?). Factor in the added grip of a QuickRip sidecut and the friction-reducing SinterCarbon base for a board that's well suited for charging down the mountain and slicing through any terrain you can handle. Read More

Rome Industries
$569.99 $341.99 at Backcountry.com

As Rome's flagship all-terrain freestyle weapon, the Rome Mod Rocker Snowboard is sure to put a smile on your face, whether you're... surf-slashing a foot of fresh or sending jumps in the terrain park. This mid-flexing freestyle deck excels at riding anything you can throw its way, thanks to its versatile FreePop Rocker profile and true twin shape. The FreePop Rocker delivers the straight-line stability of flat camber underfoot, allowing you to bomb steeps and flat base the board off gut-wrenching jumps without unnerving squirreliness inherent to other rockered designs. Adding a bit of playfulness, as well as extra float through the deep stuff, the Mod Rocker has slight rocker extending from the contacts through the tip and tail. This makes the board fun and catch-free when you're buttering and jibbing through the park. Designed to be as light as possible without sacrificing strength or pop, the board's AirPop Core Matrix and Superlight Biax Laminate save precious weight, allowing you crank spins without added heft. Carbon Double Barrel TurboRods offer insane amounts of snap when you're pre-loading ollies and boosting off kickers, and Z-Tech 1. 0 creates a board that's poppier than ever, as Zylon is inserted into the deck's center, which is lighter, stronger, and snappier than carbon (hard to believe, right?). Factor in the added grip of a QuickRip sidecut and the friction-reducing SinterCarbon base for a board that's well suited for charging down the mountain and slicing through any terrain you can handle. Read More

Rome Industries
$359.99 $215.99 at Backcountry.com

Slash powder in the morning and rip the park in the afternoon with the medium-soft flex and catch-free feel of the Rome Women's Ro...mp Snowboard. This directional twin is set-back approximately 20-millimeters (or 0. 78-inches) for extra float and stability when you're surf-slashing through powder and bombing down groomers. Most impressive is the Romp's NoHang-Ups Rocker. This flat-rocker hybrid profile is entirely flat underfoot with its diamond-shaped flat camber zone, which extends just 20-millimeters shy of the tip and tail contacts. The board then rises up with its 3D continuous curvilinear rocker at the tip and tail for catch-free carving and jibbing. This design works great for beginner-to-intermediate riders honing their carving skills, as the tip and tail contacts are kinked upward, keeping you from catching an edge when you're transitioning from edge-to-edge. Loaded with Rome's Pop Core Matrix, the Romp displays a smooth, responsive feel, thanks to two zones of lightweight wood. StraightBiax laminates allow for an easy-flexing torsional feel, making it great for messing around the park or simply initiating turns without added torsional stiffness getting in the way. Bambooster-Dual Inline tech infuses lots of snap for learning to send kickers or popping ollies around the mountain. Additionally, the board's QuickRip sidecut holds an edge in icy, hardpacked conditions without sliding out, while its extruded base is low maintenance, allowing you to skip a few waxes without paying the price with sluggish speed. Read More

Rome Industries
$399.99 $239.99 at Backcountry.com

Loaded with the poppy, locked-in feel of traditional camber, the Rome Artifact Snowboard remains a top choice by LNP and Jonah Owe...n for urban rail missions and all-out park destruction. This mellow-flexing, true twin park deck slays the gnarliest rails and small-to-medium sized jumps with authority, allowing you to dial-in park laps and grind handrails on campus without skipping a beat. Infusing a snappy, skate-like feel into the Artifact, the board's Stomp Core Matrix with Full SkateDeck features a full-length, horizontal wood laminate on top. This added wood laminate beefs up durability under the board's bindings, preventing damage when you're gapping rails and smashing on jibs in the park. Rebound sidewalls absorb impact for a smoother feel when you're grinding, and Glass Single Barrel HotRods offer pre-loaded pop when you're snapping ollies and springing off jumps. Additionally, the board's Impact base holds up to a serious thrashing from an entire season of rail, park, and street riding. Read More

Rome Industries
$369.99 $221.99 at Backcountry.com

Buttery-soft goodness meets proven jib performance within the Rome Women's Wildcat Snowboard. Featuring a true twin shape, mellow ...flex, and blunted tip and tail, the Wildcat injects a skate-like feel into every run, helping you jib and spin off everything in sight. Since its effective edge is elongated, you can easily size down a few centimeters from what you're used to riding, giving you the feel of skating on the snow. Plus, its Skatecore profiling thins out between the bindings, easily twisting through its midsection for quick maneuverability between park hits and jib features. Designed with Rome's NoHang-Ups Rocker, the Wildcat has a large flat area that's shaped like a diamond, extending past the bindings, just 20-millimeters shy of the tip and tail contacts. There's a 3D continuous curvilinear rocker at the tip and tail for catch-free presses, grinds, and spins. Furthermore, its responsive Pop Core Matrix, ollie-boosting Bambooster Centerline tech, and press-enhancing Butter Out Transition Zones make this board perfect for pressing, jibbing, and popping over everything in sight. Read More

Rome Industries
$539.99 $323.99 at Backcountry.com

Built for bombing groomers, boosting airs, and destroying powder stashes, the Rome Agent Rocker Snowboard is a true all-mountain s...layer for riders do a little bit of everything-- really fast. It has a stiff, responsive feel, plenty of pop, and a little bit of rocker for when the snow gods decide to hook it up with some freshies. MtnPop rocker features rocker between the bindings for added float in powder and a more forgiving feel on hardpack, with camber underfoot to retain pop and power. A directional twin shape adds drive without taking away switch ride-ability. Carbon rods use kinetic energy to boost your ollies, while a 1-inch strip of Zylon down the center of the board increases energy transfer for improved response. The StraightTriax30 laminate keeps things responsive while allowing enough flex for smooth turns and legit presses. Three zones of low-density wood gives the Agent Rocker a snappy flex while keeping weight to a minimum. The QuickRip sidecut features additional contact points near the bindings that allow the board to feel loose at low speeds while still maintaining edge hold at speed. It's polished off with a SinterSpeed base that absorbs large amounts of wax to keep you flying down the hill for multiple days on end. Read More

Rome Industries
$359.99 $215.99 at Backcountry.com

Slash powder in the morning and rip the park in the afternoon with the medium-soft flex and catch-free feel of the Rome Women's Ro...mp Snowboard. This directional twin is set-back approximately 20-millimeters (or 0. 78-inches) for extra float and stability when you're surf-slashing through powder and bombing down groomers. Most impressive is the Romp's NoHang-Ups Rocker. This flat-rocker hybrid profile is entirely flat underfoot with its diamond-shaped flat camber zone, which extends just 20-millimeters shy of the tip and tail contacts. The board then rises up with its 3D continuous curvilinear rocker at the tip and tail for catch-free carving and jibbing. This design works great for beginner-to-intermediate riders honing their carving skills, as the tip and tail contacts are kinked upward, keeping you from catching an edge when you're transitioning from edge-to-edge. Loaded with Rome's Pop Core Matrix, the Romp displays a smooth, responsive feel, thanks to two zones of lightweight wood. StraightBiax laminates allow for an easy-flexing torsional feel, making it great for messing around the park or simply initiating turns without added torsional stiffness getting in the way. Bambooster-Dual Inline tech infuses lots of snap for learning to send kickers or popping ollies around the mountain. Additionally, the board's QuickRip sidecut holds an edge in icy, hardpacked conditions without sliding out, while its extruded base is low maintenance, allowing you to skip a few waxes without paying the price with sluggish speed. Read More

Rome Industries
$369.99 $221.99 at Backcountry.com

Buttery-soft goodness meets proven jib performance within the Rome Women's Wildcat Snowboard. Featuring a true twin shape, mellow ...flex, and blunted tip and tail, the Wildcat injects a skate-like feel into every run, helping you jib and spin off everything in sight. Since its effective edge is elongated, you can easily size down a few centimeters from what you're used to riding, giving you the feel of skating on the snow. Plus, its Skatecore profiling thins out between the bindings, easily twisting through its midsection for quick maneuverability between park hits and jib features. Designed with Rome's NoHang-Ups Rocker, the Wildcat has a large flat area that's shaped like a diamond, extending past the bindings, just 20-millimeters shy of the tip and tail contacts. There's a 3D continuous curvilinear rocker at the tip and tail for catch-free presses, grinds, and spins. Furthermore, its responsive Pop Core Matrix, ollie-boosting Bambooster Centerline tech, and press-enhancing Butter Out Transition Zones make this board perfect for pressing, jibbing, and popping over everything in sight. Read More

Rome Industries
$399.99 $239.99 at Backcountry.com

Loaded with the poppy, locked-in feel of traditional camber, the Rome Artifact Snowboard remains a top choice by LNP and Jonah Owe...n for urban rail missions and all-out park destruction. This mellow-flexing, true twin park deck slays the gnarliest rails and small-to-medium sized jumps with authority, allowing you to dial-in park laps and grind handrails on campus without skipping a beat. Infusing a snappy, skate-like feel into the Artifact, the board's Stomp Core Matrix with Full SkateDeck features a full-length, horizontal wood laminate on top. This added wood laminate beefs up durability under the board's bindings, preventing damage when you're gapping rails and smashing on jibs in the park. Rebound sidewalls absorb impact for a smoother feel when you're grinding, and Glass Single Barrel HotRods offer pre-loaded pop when you're snapping ollies and springing off jumps. Additionally, the board's Impact base holds up to a serious thrashing from an entire season of rail, park, and street riding. Read More

Rome Industries
$539.99 $323.99 at Backcountry.com

A favorite of freestyle riders who prefer the powerful feel of traditional camber, the Rome Agent Snowboard specializes in boostin...g off massive jumps, popping natural hits, and straight-lining steeps. This highly versatile freestyle stick is slightly directional in shape, meaning that it's centered between the contact points with a slightly bigger nose for added stability at high speeds and enhanced float. Stay Positive camber gives the Agent a poppy, powerful feel when you're treating the mountain like one giant park. As if that's not enough, the folks at Rome engineered the Agent with a SuperPop Core Matrix for tons of pop off jumps and natural features in the backcountry. This core consists of long-grain poplar and three zones of low-density wood for a lively flex pattern that's prime for snapping off kickers and natural windlips. Reinforcing the board at the tip and tail, Carbon Single Barrel Turborods provide a bit more landing gear for stomping huge jumps. Plus, these snappy carbon rods allow you to pre-load the nose and tail for boosting huge nollies and ollies. Going one step further, Rome added a one-inch strip of Zylon down the center for even more pop and increased longitudinal power. Zylon is a material that's lighter, stronger, and snappier than carbon (hard to believe, right?), giving you maximum control for blasting at serious speeds and launching huge kickers. Read More

Rome Industries
$399.99 $239.99 at Backcountry.com

The Rome Artifact Rocker Snowboard has a soft, playful feel for effortless presses and butters, making it ideal for rail slayers a...nd park rats looking for a dedicated jib stick. This true twin deck is identical to the regular Artifact, except for its FreePop Rocker profile, which combines the neutral feel of flat camber underfoot with the catch-free fun of rocker at the tip and tail. Providing a snappy, skate-like feel into the Artifact Rocker, the board's Stomp Core Matrix with Full SkateDeck uses a full-length, horizontal wood laminate on top. This added wood laminate beefs up durability under the board's bindings, preventing damage when you're slamming onto rails and gapping to street features. Rebound sidewalls absorb impact for a smoother feel when you're grinding, and Glass Single Barrel HotRods offer pre-loaded pop when you're snapping ollies and launching small-to-medium sized kickers. In addition, the board's Impact base withstands serious thrashings from an entire season's worth of rail, park, and street riding. Read More

Rome Industries
$459.99 $275.99 at Backcountry.com

The Rome Gang Plank Snowboard is inspired by Rome's award-winning Mod Rocker, yet this board is slightly softer and a bit more par...k orientated, allowing riders like Jonah Owen to jib, jump, and press with unparalleled precision. However, just because this board slays the park and handrails with ease doesn't mean it can't shred the entire mountain. Its FreePop Rocker profile is entirely flat through the board's mid-section for added stability when you're carving around the mountain or setting up for rails and kickers. Its tip and tail rocker up for added float through untracked snow, also allowing you to grind rails and park features without hanging up. A smooth-flexing Pop Core Matrix is layed up with two zones of lightweight wood, while StraightBiax laminates offer easy torsional flex for banking tight turns, buttering around your local shred spot, and pressing onto boxes and rails. Injecting spring-loaded pop into this all-terrain freestyle weapon, the board's HotRods-Bamboo Single Barrel offers the resilient flex and snappy feel of Bamboo in the nose and tail, making the board especially great for popping ollies and nollies. There's also Basalt Impact Plates and Rebound Sidewalls for beefed-up durability when you're gapping onto rails and slamming onto street and park features. Add in a hardpack-gripping QuickRip sidecut and speedy SinterTrue base for an extremely versatile board that rips everything without compromise. Read More

Rome Industries
$369.99 $221.99 at Backcountry.com

Buttery-soft goodness meets proven jib performance within the Rome Women's Wildcat Snowboard. Featuring a true twin shape, mellow ...flex, and blunted tip and tail, the Wildcat injects a skate-like feel into every run, helping you jib and spin off everything in sight. Since its effective edge is elongated, you can easily size down a few centimeters from what you're used to riding, giving you the feel of skating on the snow. Plus, its Skatecore profiling thins out between the bindings, easily twisting through its midsection for quick maneuverability between park hits and jib features. Designed with Rome's NoHang-Ups Rocker, the Wildcat has a large flat area that's shaped like a diamond, extending past the bindings, just 20-millimeters shy of the tip and tail contacts. There's a 3D continuous curvilinear rocker at the tip and tail for catch-free presses, grinds, and spins. Furthermore, its responsive Pop Core Matrix, ollie-boosting Bambooster Centerline tech, and press-enhancing Butter Out Transition Zones make this board perfect for pressing, jibbing, and popping over everything in sight. Read More

Rome Industries
$479.99 $287.99 at Backcountry.com

Powerful response meets playful, catch-free fun. The Rome CrossRocket Snowboard dissects anything you throw its way, slaying park ...kickers and floating through freshies with ease. Rome's NoHang-Ups Pop Camber gives you the best of both rocker and camber. This profile combines positive, diamond-shaped camber extending from the board's center to approximately 10-millimeters shy of the contact points, with a 3D concave rocker at the tip and tail. Ultimately, this hybrid profile gives you the powerful precision of a full camber deck with a really loose, surfy feel at the nose and tail. Looking inside this all-terrain beast, you'll find a Super Pop Core Matrix for tons of snap off kickers, cliffs, and natural windlips. Carbon Single Barrel HotRods extend outward from the inserts to the tip and tail, giving you explosive ollie power without added torsional stiffness. New for this year, Rome added their Z-Tech 1. 0 into the center of the CrossRocket. This one-inch strip of Zylon also enhances the board's pop without increasing torsional stiffness. Zylon is lighter, stronger, and snappier than carbon (hard to believe, right?), giving you insane levels of pop when you're sending jumps and hits into oblivion. Read More

Rome Industries
$389.99 $233.99 at Backcountry.com

Get your jib on with the buttery-smooth flex and skate-like feel of the Rome Butterknife Snowboard. This true twin offers a loose,... mellow feel that's perfect for pressing through the jib park, spreading butters, and spinning off small-to-medium hits in the park. Since its effective edge is elongated (compared to normal park boards), you can easily size down a few centimeters from what you're used to riding, giving you the sensation of riding your skateboard on the snow. Plus, its Skatecore profiling thins out between the bindings, easily twisting through its midsection for quick maneuverability between park hits and jib features. Designed with Rome's NoHang-Ups Rocker, the Butterknife has a large flat area that's shaped like a diamond, extending past the bindings, just 20-millimeters shy of the tip and tail contacts. There's a 3D continuous curvilinear rocker at the tip and tail for catch-free presses, grinds, and spins. Add in a responsive Pop Core Matrix, ollie-boosting Hot Rods-Glass Single Barrel down the middle of the board, and press-enhancing Butter Out Transition Zones for a deck that's ready to jib, press, and butter with unparalleled ease. Read More

Rome Industries
$539.99 $323.99 at Backcountry.com

Built for bombing groomers, boosting airs, and destroying powder stashes, the Rome Agent Rocker Snowboard is a true all-mountain s...layer for riders do a little bit of everything-- really fast. It has a stiff, responsive feel, plenty of pop, and a little bit of rocker for when the snow gods decide to hook it up with some freshies. MtnPop rocker features rocker between the bindings for added float in powder and a more forgiving feel on hardpack, with camber underfoot to retain pop and power. A directional twin shape adds drive without taking away switch ride-ability. Carbon rods use kinetic energy to boost your ollies, while a 1-inch strip of Zylon down the center of the board increases energy transfer for improved response. The StraightTriax30 laminate keeps things responsive while allowing enough flex for smooth turns and legit presses. Three zones of low-density wood gives the Agent Rocker a snappy flex while keeping weight to a minimum. The QuickRip sidecut features additional contact points near the bindings that allow the board to feel loose at low speeds while still maintaining edge hold at speed. It's polished off with a SinterSpeed base that absorbs large amounts of wax to keep you flying down the hill for multiple days on end. Read More

Rome Industries
$329.95 $214.47 at Backcountry.com

So, you're looking for an all-terrain, all-purpose ride that won't have you selling your kidney on the black market just to afford... some quality shredding? Pick up the Rome Factory Rocker Snowboard for an all-terrain, all-purpose freestyle ride without the sticker shock. This true twin deck is purposefully built for the beginner-to-intermediate rider, yet it won't hold back the seasoned shred vet from spinning off jumps and pressing through the jib line, thanks to its medium flex and versatile MtnPop Rocker profile. Giving you the ultimate freedom to ride the entire mountain, MtnPop Rocker offers loose, catch-free rocker underfoot with the added power of camber at the tip and tail. The rocker underfoot allows for effortless jibbing without hanging up on rails, also helping beginners initiate turns without the unforgiving feel of a fully cambered deck. Camber at the tip and tail add drive in and out of turns, also enhancing pop off freestyle features. And since there's plenty of rocker between the feet, the Factory Rocker tracks through fresh snow surprising well, especially considering it's a true twin deck without any stance set-back. Enhancing edge hold on firm, icy days, the board's QuickRip sidecut adds two mid-board contact points, helping you carve when conditions are less than optimal. Rome's Pop Core Matrix is plenty responsive for carving up the entire mountain, and it's supplemented with pop-enhancing Dual Inline Bambooster tech. These inlayed Bamboo rods enhance ollies and nollies with their naturally snappy bamboo composition. Add in Glass V Stringer tech for extra pop without added torsional stiffness for a board that springs over anything on the mountain, while retaining its buttery, playful feel. Read More

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