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is rome a good brand?

is rome a good safe brand to buy? ive been reasearching a little and ive found some good deals, but i dont know for sure or not if its good. anyone have any advice?
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They make some quality sticks....

I personally like Capita more. Cheap and high quality

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quality brand, i own a Rome Agent, they also make some sick bindings

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I have a Rome Blue board (women's specific) and it is killer. That is my personal experience with Rome (I rented quite a few random other boards before I settled on the Blue. There are tons of reviews on equipment to read here, esp. from more advanced riders, and also on the net, but from my personal experience...Rome kills!

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i've heard good things about Rome products
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I own a set of Rome bindings and have ridden their boards, they are definitely a good company to go with.
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Legit company for sure
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I have a Rome Blue board (women's specific) and it is killer. That is my personal experience with Rome (I rented quite a few random other boards before I settled on the Blue. There are tons of reviews on equipment to read here, esp. from more advanced riders, and also on the net, but from my personal experience...Rome kills!
I also own a Rome Blue. not much opinion though, because I have only ridden 2 bords so far.
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