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post #4 of (permalink) Old 09-06-2012, 09:21 AM
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i got to take a rome whiteroom out last year. it is softer for a splitboard, made the tight trees easy to maneuver around and had good float in pow. Not really a freeride charging board though. Prior make really nice stuff, but they run pretty stiff. Some of these factor splits come with whale and Chinese clips, so you dont need a whole volie kit, just pucks, touring brackets, heel lifters, and plates. If i was you i'd skip the plates and touring brackets and get some really split binders. Some times spark has blems to sell for a discount, if you give them a call.

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