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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 02-12-2010, 04:43 PM Thread Starter
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Rome Postermania vs. Rome Agent

I used to ride a Rome Agent, and loved it. I primarily ride probably about 60% park, and 40% all-mountain. Coming from the northeast, I ride very, very little backcountry/powder.

I'm about 5'11" and 165 lbs.

Any thoughts between the two? I can get a pretty good deal on the Postermania at my local shop. The thing I'm worried about is if its gonna be stiff enough. I ride hard, most of my boards get eaten up pretty quick by the end of the season. If there's a cliff, I'll drop it. Love to bonk off trees, rocks, you name it. In the park I'll do anything from rainbow rails to boxes to kickers to tables. I'm sure you get the picture.

Any thoughts on the Postermania? Or a board similar to the Agent? (Just trying to expand my "board" horizons, tryin something new.)
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I'm riding the Postermania now and ive been riding a lot and pretty damn hard and its holding up. i was in New hampshire last month riding pow and freeriding and glades bonking and jibbing trees all week and it was nice and stable and home in PA all i do is ride park, which is where this board rocks. stable off booters and buttery on rails. fun board for sure.
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