Rome Snowboard Reviews – Mens

Find yourself looking for a good, price worthy and durable snowboard? The Rome snowboards will definitely fill your criteria. What they all share in common are that they are cheap, durable and amazing looking! Check out the Rome snowboard reviews below!

Rome Powder Division Pin Tail Snowboard

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Old price:
$419.99

New price: $251.99  (40% off)

Current Sizes: 160cm

Cheapest place to buy: amazon.us or amazon.co.uk

Shipping time: 2-5 days

Customer rating: 9/10

Product description

The “Rome Powder Division Pin Tail Snowboard” is designed for specifically riding powder. The board is one of Rome’s best and most popular backcountry boards. It is built for high speed, perfect and smooth powder riding and excellent controlling as well as stability. 

The board is built with a camber profile for more pop and better float on powder. The nose is also raised a lot compared to the tail. This allows the board to easily get on top of the powder and prevent it from sinking into deep snow. For any powder rider this is ideal. The board also has a set-back stance on 6cm. This makes floating on the powder even easier because you won’t have to lean as much backwards as if they weren’t set-back. It also allows for sharp turns, which will come in any powder riders favour.

Rome Factory Rocker Snowboard 2016


Old price:
$349.9912.,g

New price: $209.99  (40% off)

Current Sizes: 149cm, 152cm, 155cm, 158cm, 161cm

Cheapest place to buy: amazon.us or amazon.co.uk

Shipping time: 2-5 days

Customer rating: 9/10

Product description

The “Rome Factory Rocker Snowboard 2016″ is the perfect free style snowboard for riders who want to challenge themselves every day in the slopes. It is designed with a rocker profile. The nose and tail on the board is raised by a few inches. This allows you to easier sail on top of the powder, without having to use a lot of muscle. 

The performance core in the board as made of super light and bendy material. This makes the board bendy and flexy. Getting high air won’t be a problem because of the great bounce it gives. This board is recommended for intermediate snowboarders that have a huge passion for powder riding!

Rome Tour Snowboard Mens
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Old price: $359.99

New price: $215.95 (40% off)

Current Sizes: 150cm, 153cm, 156cm, 159cm

Colors: Orange, red, Green

Cheapest place to buy: amazon.us or amazon.co.uk

Shipping time: 2-5 days

Customer rating: 10/10

Product description

The “Rome Tour Snowboard Mens” is a all mountain designed snowboard, but with many park specific additions to it. It is created with camber profile with 3D rocker tips allowing for more and greater pop. The bambooster dual inline os made of bamboo. This gives the board a double dose of natural pop. It also has a built in pop core matrix allowing for higher pop. 

As you can see, this board is based around pure pop. Although the “Rome Tour Snowboard Mens” has got some other benefits considering it is a all mountain snowboard. The stability, durability and flex is also very great. you will easily find success with this board in both powder or park! 

If you have any questions regarding the three Rome Snowboards, then leave them below!

Thank You!

Tore,

19 Comments

  1. Mike

    Glad I found your site because I have been in the market for a new snowboard for awhile now. (Renting a board is so expensive!)
    Unfortunately my morrow2 got stolen 3 years ago… do you recommend any good locks?

    I see your ratings are 9/10 for the first 2 boards and 10/10 on the Rome Tour Snowboard do you own this one?
    I’m more interested in an all-terrain type of board, but one that really cuts nice and carves like a dream. Do you think the Rome Tour would be a good fit? (I’m 5’8 175 lbs)
    Also I just moved to Denver, Colorado so I’m stoked to buy the right board before next season!

    Looking forward to your response!

    Thanks,

    ~Mike

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    1. admin

      Absolutely! The Rome Tour would be your ideal board if you’re looking for an all-terrain board. It is very flexy with nice cuts. It also carves well because most of the good all mountain snowboards does this.

      And yes, I have tried this board at my uncles house. He did by it from amazon so I though this would be a golden opportunity to make a review about it. I loved this board so much and that is why I gave it the 10/10 rating, yes! 😉

      If you need help sizing a board, I have a separate post showing you how to size a snowboard!

      Tell me what you think about the board if you buy it!

      Wish you the best!
      Tore 😀

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  2. christina

    I absolutely love your site! I am planning a trip to Colorado in the upcoming months and I need a snowboard. I have never used one before but I have always wanted to and I’m so excited to get on the slopes. This might be a silly question but is there an ideal snowboard for beginners?

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    1. admin

      Not a stupid question at all! I would recommend a All.mountain snowboard for a beginner! 😀

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  3. lifebeginswithyourhealth

    Snow boarding is such a interesting and adventurous hobby to get into, I envy people who live in an area where snow boarding is possible. Pennsylvania does not get the snow like in the past, some years barely enough snow for the kids to even sled ride where I live.

    How much snow does a person need to be able to snow board, this is what has kept me from experimenting with this cool winter time hobby?

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    1. admin

      There should be enough snow so that you won’t scratch your bord through the snow. It the snow is really hard, the amount doesn’t really matter.
      I highly recommend going to a local recort and rent out a board. The feeling of snowboarding is indescribable!

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  4. Jason

    I am very new to the snowboarding scene because I have heard my friends talk about going but I have never been. Now after reading your reviews I have a better idea as to which type of board I want so thanks. Also the how to size your snowboard tab helped tremendously.

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  5. Alec Terry

    You’ve got some awesome stuff on your site. Very cool niche and I can see how you can have a ton of fun testing out and promoting the products. Excellent layout too. The visuals are awesome and I think you’re doing a great job describing the product in detail. I’m going to take some of these lessons I learned from you and apply it to my own site.

    I live in the Southeast United States. North Carolina has some decent places to ski and snowboard. But it doesn’t have that truly powdery snow. Do you know what kind of snowboard would be best for that area? Also what theme did you use for the site I really like it.

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    1. admin

      An Allmountain board would be best suited for your area! Thanks!

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  6. Christian

    What’s up! These look like some cool boards, the closest I have ever been to snowboarding is skateboarding, I was pretty decent at it too. Being that I am a total newbie to snowboarding, would you recommend any of these for a beginner? A total beginner? Or would any of them suffice? I tend to go with pro level gear regardless of what I’m getting into. Let me know which one you recommend!

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    1. admin

      I would recommed the last Rome board for any beginner, yes!

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  7. Eco Homes

    Thank your for your awesome review. I love the look of this website alot!! I am a mother of three and my family is very active. My husband, myself and our oldest two children all love to snowboard. These look like amazing boards! I will be looking into possibly getting some in the future.

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    1. admin

      Thank you very much!

      Reply
  8. Alexey

    Snowbkards are so damn cool. I like their designs and this type of sports. However, the country I live in has no interest in snowboards ( hot country, no snow at all) so it’s not even popular here. But I aleays found this very cool and hopefully I will get an opportunity to try out this type of sport. You did a really good review,and these snowboards look amazing ! Great job:)

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  9. DrSarahBrewer

    How often would you recommend changing a snowboard? We have been hiring one for our son each year and he now understandably wants one of his own. How many weeks use, on average, can he expect to get from it? Are designs and technologys chanign rpaidly so that he will soon want to upgrade? Assumign he gets batter at it, I assume he will need a ‘faster’ board too? Thanks.

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    1. admin

      I recommend getting a new board every third or second year. 5-10 cm should be the new lenght of the board when you get a new one!

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  10. Roger Hill

    It seems to me that the Rome Tour Snowboard has the greatest versatility. I like to travel light and would like to carry a single board when I travel. Renting Is getting more and more expensive and with these prices, purchasing one seems like the best bet. Thanks for the review.

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  11. ariefw

    This is why I love the internet.

    I live in a tropical country and I’ve been dreaming about snowboarding.

    Which snowboard that you recommend for a beginner like me?
    Or is it better to just rent one? Because I will only try snowboarding maybe once or twice in my lifetime. 😀

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    1. admin

      I would recommend buying a cheap one. Typically an all mountain snowboard. You can get snowboards for $100 and renting will most likely cost $50, so the difference ain’t big.

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