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SKU-9843rmlofi14zz-rome-snowboards Rome Lo-Fi Snowboard from Altrec  sku

Rome Lo-Fi Snowboard - 9843rmlofi14zz-rome-snowboards by Rome

Item description: This Hiking Snowboards product is by Rome - The full-mountain rider who adds a freestyle flair to her explorations of natural and man-made terrain. The rider who throws a carve one minute and looks for a hip jump the next. The rider who mixes pow lines with park lines. HotRod Glass Sing Barrel Core Freepop Rocker True Twin Shape... Learn More

Manufacturer: Rome

Keywords: Snowboards

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Store: Altrec.com has been serving the outdoor internet community since 1996. We have thousands of bikes, snowboards, skis, boots, bindings, clothing, and accessories in stock and at your fingertips.

Category: Snowboards

$269.85

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