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01-14-2014 11:19 PM
Dunskap I have the Rome Artifact 1985 (09/10 Artifact Rocker) and I loved it. Super playful, fun ride. I still keep the 153cm version as a jib board

more info on it
01-14-2014 11:05 PM
dfitz364
Rome artifact rocker?

Hey guys, so I am currently riding a capita stairmaster and I love the board to death just due to the sheer amount of hours I have on the deck, but I am hoping to move to a rocker board since I am finding I spend the most amount of time in the park.

I am looking into getting a new deck and am curious as to what board the community enjoys the most. I have looked into the Skate Banana and the Gnu Park Pickle but I am really interested in the Rome Artifact Rocker. Have heard a lot of good things about the board and with the price compared to the others mentioned, it is pretty appealing. Just looking for some thoughts. Thanks everyone!

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