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Lobster 2014 left to right:

Youth Board, Jib Board, Park Board, Freestyle Board, Nose Job (shape your own tips).



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Nose Job (shape your own tips).
Now that's an interesting idea! How do they suggest you cut them?
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Now that's an interesting idea! How do they suggest you cut them?
It comes with some suggestion templates and instructions. Mark the deck and saw away.
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Now that's an interesting idea! How do they suggest you cut them?
rossi has been doing this few a couple years now... they said anything.. a jig saw, band saw etc.
even a way to make another $$ from the sale to cut the tips.
idk i dont think id ever cut up some kids board.

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Rome is adding to its 3D tech linep with the new Boneless. It is a very flexy jib-lover with fiberglass Hot Rods and a horizontally laminated Skate-Style core (viewable through the transparent sidewalls).



There was a Boneless this year

Rome Boneless Snowboard from Dogfunk.com

Is this one different?
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Whoah, did I ever blow that one. You are absolutely correct about the Boneless as a continuing model. I was only to point out the sidewall with the horizontal skate core...and look what came out. The other notes above about 3D, etc belong to the Brigade, not the Boneless. Apologies for that error and confusion.

Here is a description of the new Brigade:

3D Rocker in the nose and tail meets positive
camber down the centerline for a fine tuned
blend of freestyle fun and all-mountain
response. If it snows, ride pow. If it doesn’t,
ride park. The rest of the time, ride fast.



and this year's Shiv:

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Travis Rice Pro Model from DC:

The literature reads, "My model is finally here" -Travis Rice



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Didn't he have a model last year? Or ws it just a colorway?
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I hve high hopes for DC next season. The judge (last years) was the only boot I could find that fit me well, but I felt there could be some improvements in quality and technology. These are looking pretty nice, does anyone know the flex of them? I assume if its a T Rice approve boat its for of a freeride style?
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