Rome snowboard sets
Why choose a Rome snowboard in pack with bindings?
Directional, Twin Directional, Twin-Tip
At Rome, boards are classified according to their shape. There are three ranges: Twin-Tip, Twin Directional and Directional. Within each of these ranges, there are a multitude of models for men, women and children, with a wide variety of cambers to meet every need. So you can find the right board for your level, riding style and playground.
Rome Snowboards technologies
Beyond the technical choices that influence their shape (shape, camber, etc.), Rome snowboards are distinguished above all by a very advanced technological research. The brand does not skimp on reinforcements and materials to create the best possible performance boards that are best suited to their respective programs.
Bamboo, carbon or fiberglass siderails:
Turborods and Hotrods are longitudinal reinforcements, existing in bamboo, carbon or fiberglass depending on the desired effect, and strategically placed in the core of Rome snowboards to modify their characteristics. Thanks to these reinforcements, the boards gain more or less ollie power and/or more or less torsional stiffness.
Hibeam Technology :
This is a surplus of material in the core at the tip level, aiming to increase the pop and stability of Rome snowboards by one more notch.
Sinterstrong & Rebound Sidewalls
Present on some Rome freeride boards, Sinterstrong Sidewalls have the effect of increasing grip while being more robust. The Rebound Sidewalls are designed for freestyle/park snowboards, offering a smoother glide as well as a better resistance to shocks on the modules.
Wood, fiberglass and carbon fiber
Without going too far in the technique, we would also like to point out that Rome snowboards use a wide variety of core constructions and combinations of fiberglass and carbon, for boards that are always more performing and adapted to their program. Everybody wins, whatever your level and your budget!