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Agent 20th Anniversary LE

Modern shaping meets classic performance

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The Agent is a true heritage board for Rome. Built with the ride-anything sensibilities of Fusion Camber, a lively and responsive flex profile and now upgraded with our Double Kick in the nose and tail for locked in presses and riding out of sketchy landings. This true twin is built around the idea that responsive boards make everyone a better rider.

Size
Flex
Playful
Precise
Terrain
Park
All-Mtn
Powder
Camber
Nose
Tail
Rocker
Camber
Rocker

Positive camber with small pockets of rocker at the contact points; the modern go-to for all-mountain performance.

Shape and Hotrods

Boards built with fully symmetrical spec: sidecuts, flex patterns, camber profiles and nose and tail lengths.

Double Kick is an aggressive, two-part rise in the board's nose and/or tail, built for increased pressability and better landings.

A single bamboo HotRod in the board’s nose and tail; pressable yet poppy.


Made of carbon, Omegas act as housing built around the HotRods and are designed to provide additonal power and responsiveness.

Board Contents
Topsheet

Fiberglass with two different axes, built to be more torsionally playful and flexible.

Our most stable and predictable core, built with 100% poplar construction.

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.

Agent 20th Anniversary LE Size Chart

Length (cm)

151

154

157

158W

Contact Length (cm)

109.4

112.1

114.9

115.8

Effective Edge (cm)

116.4

119.1

121.9

122.8

Waist Width (cm)

25.1

25.2

25.4

26.4

Sidecut Radius (m)

7.8

7.98

8.16

8.22

Setback (cm)

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

Inserts

2x4x12

2x4x12

2x4x12

2x4x12

Min/Max Stance (in)

18.4-23.1

19.4-24.1

19.4-24.1

20.4-25.1

Min/Max Stance (cm)

46.8-58.8

49.34-61.34

49.34-61.34

51.88-63.88

Weight Recommendation (Lbs)

123-167

134-178

147-191

154-198

Weight Recommendation (Kg)

56.0-76.0

61.0-81.0

67.0-87.0

70.0-90.0

Boot Size (us/uk)

8-12 / 7-11

8-12 / 7-11

8-12 / 7-11

9-13 / 8-12

Boot Size (eu/cm)

42-46 / 26.5-29.5

42-46 / 26.5-29.5

42-46 / 26.5-29.5

43-48 / 27.5-30.5

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Customer Reviews

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Michael Gross

This is my favorite board to ride, the last three snowboards I've bought have all been Agents. I'm an all-terrain sort of rider, I like to go almost anywhere but don't spend any time in the park. This board is great for me because it can do everything that I like to do and handles it well.

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Slideslayer
Sense the beginning!!

I’ve been shredding your boards sense the begging. You’ve always built a great product. My son Is on a Slapstick and will be getting a pair of Libertines this season. I’m on a Camber agent and a pair of libertines and hoping to get on a new Agent this coming season. .

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Manta88
Snowboard two seasons going great

Finished second season on Agent 158W with Vice bindings and performed incredible no negatives even through two seasons, 10lb weight gain by me and storage. Great all mountain board last year Whitefish Mt and this year Big White, BC

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Josh langley
Perfect board

Bought the Rome Agent this past winter and couldn’t be happier. Great pop and it’s been solid all winter. It’s a true twin so riding switch hasn’t been an issue at all. Great color choices and I love the graphic. Thanks Rome!

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Brandon
Rome Agent 158W 2022

I purchased the Rome Agent for the 21/22 season and was never disappointed for a moment. I'm 6' tall 210, so I went a little longer than my previous Rome board, but wanted to use it more as all mountain and it delivered The flex, responsiveness, and hotrods all worked together to create a ride that was playful yet aggressive when it needed to be. The fusion camber also gave the board a familiar feel for me, as I Iike traditional camber, but with a touch more control when things got squirrelly. The ability to have some give on landings under feet from the rocker really saved me a few times. It was really great all over the Northeast mountains I was riding on. It performed really well even on those sketchy ice coast days. It was flawless everywhere but the really steep stuff. It still handled it, but the softer flex made you have to work a a little harder and get ahead of slipping out to get down, BUT it doesn't mean you can't hit the steeps. We hit Tuckerman Ravine, NH late spring with this and it was great, and that's pretty steep...