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JIB_ulation-713 07-26-2007 10:57 PM

are rome boards good??
 
hey im llookin at a 134 rome label or maybe a 132/137 k2 vandal are they good boards:dunno: ? i ride park 95% of the time want a nice park board. i do alot of jibbing... and if you kno a better board for what i like then plese tell me.

REKER 07-27-2007 01:09 PM

Yeah, Rome makes good boards.
If you do alot of jibbing like you say you do, whynot get a Forum Jiblet? Or this years "Manual".

JIB_ulation-713 07-27-2007 03:39 PM

to big..:thumbsdown: it sux i like those// so rome labels r good 4 jibbing??

REKER 07-27-2007 03:47 PM

Its the models really. Im sure other companys make boards good for jibbing, but I know Forum makes jib specific boards.

And whats too big?

Flick Montana 07-27-2007 03:48 PM

Rome is good. I don't know if it is specifically good for what you want, but I do know they are very high quality boards. I love mine.

JIB_ulation-713 07-27-2007 04:24 PM

and tha jibpan is toobig but w/e i think im leaning twoards a rome label.. rome sounds like a good board

CanAm89 07-29-2007 03:10 AM

Starting with 2007, Rome boards look to be some of the best on the market.

As a company, they're stepping it up a great deal. Their cost efficiency of their products greatly outweighs Burton, and their products are of superior quality.

Rome makes a lot of jibbing boards, such as the machine (for wide feet). I forgot the name of their regular jib board, but check out their site.


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