Rome Reverb Rocker Snowboard (Men's)

Rome Reverb Rocker Snowboard (Men's) -

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    Style: RVRBRCKR 13

    The Rome Reverb Rocker Snowboard is a true-twin that's ready to conquer the whole mountain. Rocker between the feet with camber in the tip and tail gives you versatile performance for both the hardpack and the soft snow. StraightBiax carbon gives you a reinforced laminate that adds response and pop. For more pop there's a Hot Rod Glass Single Barrel running under the binding and out to the tip and tail. The QuickRip Sidecut allows for a surfy, playful feel at slower speeds and increased stability and grip at higher speeds. If your plans include flat landings or dropping cliffs, The Reverb Rocker has basalt plates that absorb harsh impacts.


    • Flex: Medium Stiff Flex
    • Camber: Camber / Rocker Combo
    • Design: All-Mountain for versatility
    • Shape: True Twin rides the same in both directions
    • Waist Width: 24.9cm (size 151); 25.2cm (size 154); 25.4cm (size 157); 25.5cm (size 160)


    • Pop Core Matrix low density wood for a classic feel and flex
    • StraightBiax Carbon Laminate adds pop and response
    • SinterTrue Base is durable, quick, and absorbs wax
    • Hot Rods Glass Single Barrel glass rod adds pop and response
    • QuickRip Sidecut provides a playful feel at low speeds and stability at higher speeds
    • Basalt Plates absorb impacts from big jumps and cliff drops

    Questions and Answers

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    "My son is 5'7" and has been boarding for a few years. He typically does park boarding. He is wearing a size 10 boot. But obviously still growing. Do I need a wide board? And is a 150 too big or small? "
    1 Answers | Answer Question
    Question by dirtheist on 10/10/2013 - 8:46 am
    ""If your son is doing mostly park, and is only wearing a size 10, I would recommend staying with a normal width board. As far as sizing goes, I would say a 147 to 153 would be a good size. The smaller the board, the easier it is to spin and get inverted. The bigger the board, the more stable it is, but you lose maneuverability. This board is mostly meant for cruising and not so much park specific unlike these boards here. "
    Answer by Alex (Peter Glenn Staff) on 10/10/2013 - 10:32 am
    "This snowboard in size 160 - which of the three back pictures is the colour<"
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    Question by Nina on 10/21/2013 - 7:09 pm
    "The color will vary. You could get any one of the colors shown in the photo."
    Answer by Sarah (Peter Glenn Staff) on 10/22/2013 - 1:16 pm

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