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2009 Rome Artifact


$370.00 Released August, 2008

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Soft board gives a great feel for jibs. Durable enough to take abuse without breaking on you. Makes rail sliding easy, well balanced.

The Cons:Topsheet tends to peel back after a few impacts with trees. Big jumps don't come off as strongly as they could. Flexibility makes hard landings unstable.

Sierrasnowboard.com Says:
The Artifact is undoubtedly the board of choice for most park riders. It's very soft flex, catch-free bronze edges, and durable base makes this one easy board to learn on, while staying consistently responsive all season.

Product Shot 2 If you're wanting to step up your jib game with the quickness than this is the board for you. It can be ridden by any rider, but is recommended for mostly park and or street riding.

-    Pop Core Matrix
-    StraightBiax laminate
-    Impact Base
-    Bronze Edges

Waist Widths;
147cm = 246mm
150cm = 248mm
153cm = 150mm
156cm = 252mm

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Pros
  • 4

    soft board gives a great feel for jibs

  • 2

    durable enough to take abuse without breaking on you

  • 1

    makes rail sliding easy, well balanced

  • 1

    enough pop to hit kickers for some air

Cons
  • 2

    topsheet tends to peel back after a few impacts with trees

  • 1

    big jumps don't come off as strongly as they could

  • 1

    flexibility makes hard landings unstable

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