Rome Kashmir/BM Upshot 2019

Rome Kashmir/BM Upshot 2019
Rome 2019 Kashmir Womens Snowboard Rome 2019 Kashmir Board and Bent Mental Upshot Bindings Bent Metal 2018 Upshot Snowboard Bindings
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Rome Kashmir Board 2019
With such a great response from the ladies last year, the Rome 2019 Kashmir snowboard is back and is still bringing you the perfect balance of response and flexibility for cruiser days, pow days and side hit days. Designed with Rome's Contact Rocker, which is flat between the feet and rockered in the nose and tail the Kashmir has the right blend of responsive performance for dropping freeride lines and the fun flexibility for running park laps. By adding the FiveGnar Sidecut, Rome have found a way to complement the more mellow nature of the flat camber by adding edge response, increasing power in the tip and tail and directly between your feet. Ride like the next winter warrior on the Rome Kashmir. 

Style: All-Mountain/Freestyle
Level: Intermediate-Advanced
Flex: 7/10 (0=soft, 10=stiff)
Camber: Contact Rocker
Shape: True Twin

  • Contact Rocker - Stable flat camber in the mid-body of the board for a stable platform for turning with press-happy rocker in the nose and tail adding pressability in the park and float in pow.  A versatile performance that is primarily playful
  • Pop Core Matrix - The everyday balance of response and lightness, this go-to design is built primarily of responsive, strong wood, with two zones of a lighter wood species
  • StraightBiax Carbon Laminate - Starting with the jump-and-rail personality of 90 degree woven carbon fibres, Rome adds longitudinal strips to increase ollie pop
  • Impact Base - A stronger extruded compound helps fight against the abuse of rails and boxes
  • FiveGnar Sidecut - NEW 5 Zone sidecut to add responsiveness. With a tighter radius in the nose, tail and mid section, the board engages more actively, feels tighter in the middle of a turn, and finishes the turn with more pop.
  • HotRods – Bamboo Single Barrel - A centerline rod of bamboo for nature’s gift of snap and responsiveness
Size 142cm 146cm 150cm
Effective Edge 1080 1120 1160
Nose Width 285 289 293
Waist Width 245 247 249
Tail Width 285 289 293
Sidecut Radius 6.51 6.7 6.89
Weight Range 32kg-52kg 26kg-59kg 41kg-68kg +

**Dimensions in mm**

Bent Metal Upshot Bindings 2018
Ignite your creative freestyle needs with the Bent Metal Upshot. This all-mountain freestyle high performance binding features a medium to soft flexing Urethane highback and Bi-axial Fibre Drive Plate that delivers a smooth response and lush ride for progressive freestyle snowboarding in any terrain. The Upshot also features the Cube forward lean adjustment system, forged aluminium buckles and an Imeva foam ankle strap, making them pretty darn hard to resist this 2018 season. From 1st chair to last, the Bent Metal Upshot will have you pushing your limits, conquering the entire resort. 

  • Baseplate - Composite Drive Plate/Bi-Axial - Soft flexing bi-axial fibres transmit positive edge to edge performance and allow creative freestyle flexibility
  • Ergonomic Highback - Soft Urethane flexes with your boot for a smooth response and progressive freestyle snowboarding in any terrain
  • The Cube - Fast and easy forward lean adjuster also provides urethane damping for a smoother ride
  • Pivot Disc - A reduced footprint provides truer board flex and in turn a more responsive ride
  • Light Form Toe Strap - With moulded grip to keep strap in place and is lightweight for maximum performance
  • Light Form Ankle Strap -  Lightweight core and advanced IMEVA foam pad formula for a comfortable fit
  • Forged Aluminium Buckles - Hardened for ultimate strength, this lightweight buckle features a smooth entry and release
  • Flex Rating: 4 (1 = softest/forgiving and 10 = stiffest/responsive)

Colour: Purple

 

 

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