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01-11-2009 07:20 PM
paul07ss its either the rome manual or the Atomic alibi.. only thing is the alibi is a 156 and not sure if it will be too small for me..
01-11-2009 07:14 PM
lyndsay11 I currently ride a Rome board and absolutely LOVE it!! Even though I ride a girls board, my guy friends have Romes too and love them just as much. I have ridden many boards and this is by far my favorite. So I would say go for this one man!... You will own it for a long time.
01-11-2009 04:48 PM
Rome Manual

does anyone ride this board? thinking about picking it up as my first board.. Its a 159W and I am 6" 200lbs 13 boot and a beginner.. I can get one for 230$ and also I will need some bindings for it.. any suggestions?

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