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Truly a chameleon of a board, the wider-than-average Rome Ravine features the new Directional Diamond 3D for a playful and buttery smooth ride. Chucking powder clouds, surfing sidehits and making a good day great is what the Ravine is all about.
Designed for all-mountain prowess and float in the deep. Rockered in the nose, flat under the front foot, with a positive cambered tail.
Taper is featured in directional boards built with wider noses than tails, helping with agile turns and added float in deep snow.
Designed to increase float in deep snow, improve handling in variable terrain, smooth turn initiation, reduce edge catch and complement all-mountain riding in all-senses.
Two thin rods of carbon milled into the boards core in the tail for responsive and powerful snap.
Fiberglass running in three different axes, built for torsionally rigidity and added snap.
Our most versatile and durable core, built with alternating strips of 20mm strips of poplar and 20mm strips of paulownia.
Fiberglass with two different axes, built to be more torsionally playful and flexible.
The new go-to, this hardworking base is easy to fix with great wax retention. A low maintenance daily driver for riders of all ability levels.
|SIZE||OVERALL LENGTH||EFFECTIVE EDGE||RUNNING LENGTH||WAIST WIDTH||TAPER||SIDECUT RADIUS (M)||DEFAULT STANCE (IN/CM)||STANCE RANGE (IN)||STANCE RANGE (CM)||STANCE LOCATION||WEIGHT RANGE (LB)||WEIGHT RANGE (KG)|
|152||1520||1163.2||1093.2||254.3||7.5||7.26||21" / 53.34cm||19.43" - 24.15"||49.34 - 61.34||1.5 cm back||110 - 165||50 - 75|
|155||1550||1190.8||1120.8||256.0||7.5||7.44||21" / 53.34cm||19.43" - 24.15"||49.34 - 61.34||1.5 cm back||145 - 210||73 - 104+|
|158||1580||1218.4||1148.4||257.6||7.5||7.62||22" / 55.88cm||20.43" - 25.15"||51.88 - 63.88||1.5 cm back||160 - 230+||73 - 104+|
|162||1620||1255.2||1185.2||259.8||7.5||7.86||22" / 55.88cm||20.43" - 25.15"||51.88 - 63.88||1.5 cm back||160 - 230+||73 - 104+|
|166||1660||1292.0||1222.0||262.0||7.5||8.10||22" / 55.88cm||20.43" - 25.15"||51.88 - 63.88||1.5 cm back||160 - 230+||73 - 104+|
Took this out over the Christmas period in the Alpes (France). Was lucky enough to hit some powder first day and the Ravine glided through it with ease. It was an absolute pleasure to ride this board through powder, I was worried that a 155 board (I’m 5’10”) would be too short, but with the extra width in the nose it was awesome.
On piste performance was equally as good. I’ve ridden for almost 20 years but this was absolutely my best board experience. This board has everything, speed, control, and loads of pop, you can effortlessly lift it off the ground making it great fun.
The only negative was it’s grip on early morning hard groomers, which were difficult to catch an edge on, but I hate this type of snow anyway, so I wasn’t too bothered.
On the whole an awesome board, I can’t wait to get out there on it again later this winter.
I have been riding Rome my entire life (20 years of pow). This is my third Rome board in my life because the things last so long! This past April I rode this board for a week in Utah and had the time of my life on a 166, an absolute pontoon boat out there. Not only can it float, but it can also carve corduroys. My last Rome board was the My Little Pony board from 2008? legendary graphic. Much love Rome <3
This shape is the future of snowboarding great board for all mountain I wouldn't bother wasting your time taking it on groomers
she's meant to go big backcountry or deep days riding of piste very fun and playful with plenty of freestyle feel yet big mountain mentality waiting to go hard. Now pair it with the cleaver for ultimate setup.
I absolutely love the new Rome ravine. The shape and flex is perfect it’s a wider board and stiffer than I usually ride but I love it. Rome really outdid themself with this board. It is perfect for carving and on deep pow days and even is great in the park. This is my new go to to know I’m going to have a great day in a great board
This board is awesome, from early morning groomers to tree runs this board handles everything.