Female beginners should be stoked on the Rome Jett. The standard Biaxial fibreglass and extruded base are standard materials that you’ll find on most entry level boards but the Hybrid Fun Camber profile and directional shape are designed to make picking up the basics and progressing quickly through the ranks of ability painless and quick. It’s easy to link turns on, fun and effortless in powder, stable on icy pistes and forgiving taking-off and landing all sorts of jumps and bumps. The graphics aren’t too shabby either.
What it likes: Cruising smooth turns; feeling the rhythm from one arc to the next; progressing into new levels of terrain; getting the taste of deep pow; getting the taste of holding a frontside grab; getting the taste of fun in the park
Available Lengths (cm):
143, 146, 150, 154
Pop Core Matrix
Hybrid Fun Camber
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