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01-28-2014 11:06 AM
sheepstealer I run a 156 2013 Rome Mod Rocker as my go-to deck.

It's a fantastic all-mountain board. It's stiffer than most rocker decks which allows it to eat up most snow conditions. It will only start to get chattery on very, very choppy, hard snow/chunder. It's not a T-Rice or a NS Cobra but will fit the bill for what you need methinks. Its definitely not a soft board. On my personal stiffness scale I'd give it a 6 or 7, 10 being super stiff.

FWIW I can carve with my MR as well as I can on my camber board.

I've never been on a Lib Tech or Reverb Rocker so I can't compare.
01-28-2014 10:36 AM
How is the dampening on a Rome Reverb Rocker?

How about the Mod Rocker?

Looking for a medium to soft all mountain board, but want it to be damp.

I've owned a lot of Lib Techs, and don't want it that damp, but also don't want to feel everything under my feet.


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