2009 Good Wood: Rome Lo-Fi

Photo: Nick Hamilton

The core profile broadcasts a consistently smooth flex for jibbing, without sacrificing the stiffness needed when taking it to big jumps. Carbon toward the tips adds extra spring, and the true twin shape completes the package. Not convinced? Consider what Marie-France Roy has done with it.

Tester feedback:

"It performs very well in the park for jumps, rails, and even pipe. A good park board for a versatile rider."

"This board makes for a lot of smiles on a sunny park day."

Available sizes: 140, 144, 147, 150, 153


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