Rome Sawtooth Snowboard - Wide - Men's
RomeSawtooth Snowboard - Wide - Men's

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Satisfying the most demanding freeride fiends, the Rome Sawtooth Wide Snowboard was bred for high-speed charging on groomed runs and natural terrain alike. Whether there's two feet of fresh or it hasn't snowed in weeks, the Sawtooth serves up good times on steep slopes. This wide version offers larger riders a stable platform for pointing it down couloirs and floating in powder.

Camber from behind the front insert out to the tail packs plenty of pop, power, and edge hold for driving through turns and negotiating hairy lines, while flat transitioning into rocker at the nose keeps you on top of the deep stuff. The directional shape keeps you in control when you're pointing it down narrow chutes and laying into carves on wide-open groomers.

Carbon is woven into the fiberglass for powerful energy transfer and enhanced strength. A single bamboo rod milled into the core cranks up the pop for fully loaded ollies and explosive turns. It's finished off with a SinterTrue base to keep you flying at top speed at all times.

  • Freeride fanatic that rips any terrain
  • Stiffer flex is stable and responsive at high speeds
  • Camber with flat-to-rocker nose for pop and float
  • Directional shape adds drive and enhances pow performance
  • Carbon Hybrid laminate for enhanced snap and strength
  • TurboRods bamboo rod cranks up the pop
  • SinterTrue base is fast and durable
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Rome Sawtooth Snowboard

Jagged peaks, steep couloirs or in-bounds ripping, the Sawtooth is up to the task. Featuring bamboo HotRods and our three-zone Free-The-Ride camber, this deck is a nimble weapon for all-mountain charging. With a directional shape that just begs to be pointed, you better tell your friends where to meet ‘cause chances are they’re gonna be way behind.

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  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

The Rome Sawtooth is your no-frills stiff freeride board that you're looking for. With a long camber section, you have plenty of power behind your ollies and edge hold when you need it the most. A short flat sections keeps things stable, and a big rockered nose keeps you afloat and makes turning a little easier on you. If you're looking for a freeride board to tackle the gnarliest terrain, this is the board for you.

Contact me directly at 801-204-4578 or gboogert@backcountry.com if you have any additional questions, need help with figuring out the right size, or want to get an awesome set up going!

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