Help needed: Rome Agent Rocker
I've recently decided not to buy a Custom Flying V, alltough it seemed to be the one board I wanted (all the talk about the non-existing edge hold on hard pack/ice made me back out).
So I've read alot about the all-mountain setups, and the Rome Agent Rocker looks like a stick that could be a nice all-arounder.
Now I'm reaching out to you for some opinions. I'm an intermediate rider that like charging most resort pistes, but newly found myself spending more time learning to butter and hitting jumps on my way down.
Does somebody have a clue if the Agent Rocker is to stiff for presses/butters? It has an flex-ratio 8, but the rocker between the bindings suppose to make it more agile..
I'm 5'10-5'11, 154 lbs and the boots are US 10.5 (shrinkage tech). I figured a size 155 would suit me weight-wise, but I'm concerned of toe/heel-drag when the waist-width of the board is 25.1 - even though it has an pretty small sidecut radius. Does anybody have an experience of the non-wide Agent Rocker and "larger" boot sizes (or an opinion about my choice of board-lenght)?
I'll be thankful for any input.