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Rome Gang Plank RK1 Len Snowboard - 9855rmgpnkrk1l17zz-rome-snowboards by Rome

Item description: This Hiking Snowboards product is by Rome - The cousin to the all-mountain dominating Mod Rocker, the Gang Plank is a team favorite of riders who like to mix up all types of riding. Whether they are on a mission to find fun features in the backcountry, running daily laps with friends at the resort, or hiking features in the park, these riders mount up the Gang Plank for its perfect blend of poppy responsiveness and smooth flexibility. Fun times. HotRods - Bamboo Single Barrel: A snappy rod of bamboo milled into the core for more pop Round Sidewalls: Shock-absorbing sidewalls increase strength and smooth out performance FreePop Rocker: Flat-to-Rocker profile combines responsiveness with finesse and float Shape: True Twin Rome SDS x Len Jorgensen Len Jorgensen Pro Model Board Pop Core Matrix SuperBiax Laminate SinterTrue Base Basalt Impact Plates QuickRip Technology... Learn More

Manufacturer: Rome

Keywords: Snowboards

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Category: Snowboards

$367.95

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