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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 03-08-2010, 01:49 PM Thread Starter
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Rome Crail and higher speeds?

Would this board perform well at high speeds and transitioning to carves? I'm looking to pick one up but didn't find a lot of info. on how this board would work for this. I'm looking at the 156 and I'm 5'8" 170 lbs. I'm basically just into mountain riding. I may progress to do a few jumps next year but mainly just dig the mountain style of riding.

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Anyone? I'm thinking of moving on this board in a day or two.
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I have the rome manual (wide of the crail) and it handels pretty good at high speeds, but going ballistic so youll explode if you crash is a bad idea on it. holds an edge well.
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I have the rome manual (wide of the crail) and it handels pretty good at high speeds, but going ballistic so youll explode if you crash is a bad idea on it. holds an edge well.
Not sure how ballistic I will be going, but to get carving down is this a good board?

Also, I couldn't find anywhere about the waist compared to what I have now. I have a size 11 boot will this be okay for this board and my toes not hangover too much?

also, this board 90% of the time will be used on groomers and (hate to say it) ice.
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