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Rome Snowboards new project,12 Months documents a full year of the adventures of their team, month by month. In the first film, November, Rome riders Len Jorgensen, Jonah Owen, Ozzy Henning, Chris Frost, and Stale Sandbech head to opening days all over the West Coast and leave their mark. Watch as they travel from Colorado, to California, and then back to Utah and destroy everything in their path.

Rome SDS 12 Months – August – Full Film

Rome SDS 12 Months – August – Full Film from Rome Snowboards
The Southern Hemisphere is the place to be when searching for snow in August. So Len Jorgensen and Thomas Delfino booked some tickets to Chile and set off on a shred adventure. With no concrete plans, no filming from helicopters, and no cheese wedge jumps, the two made friends with the locals and traveled the country with a simple goal; have fun, experience the local culture, and capture it on film.

Follow the 12 Months project on Instagram: #12monthsproject and @RomeSnowboards

12 Months – Full Film – July – Hood Life

12 Months – Full Film – July

This isn’t your average summer snowboard edit. Get an inside look at how the crew working at Windells Camp make it happen so they can shred all summer. Don’t worry though – you can expect some serious riding from Ozzy Henning, Derrek Lever, Riley Nickerson, Ian Boll, Jeff Hopkins, Chris Frost, and more.

Follow the 12 Months project on Instagram: #12monthsproject and @RomeSnowboards

Watch the rest of the full films here:

Rome SDS 12 Months – July – Full Film from Rome Snowboards.

It came as no surprise when the Transworld Snowboarding gear guide issue arrived at Rome HQ that the 2014 Mod Rocker had taken home top honors in the all-mountain over $450 division. If you’re looking for a super lightweight deck that can do everything, look no further.

This board is a favorite with our team riders, the Rome in-house crew, and was a hit with the board testers as well. Make sure to call up your local shop to get your hands on one of these decks, as they will definitely be going fast.

2013 Rome Butter Knife snowboard review

Skate feel with a loaded tech spread to improve your shred

Pressed up jibs and buttery down lips; catch-free rails with care free-thrills; boardslides between the bindings; urban hits; park jibs; back tails with ease and stock landings with steez

Jump Rating: 4
Jib Rating: 5
Pow Rating: 3
Carve Rating: 2.5
All-Mountain Rating: 4.5

Between Playful and Very Playful

Camber: NoHang-Ups Rocker Camber
Shape: True Twin

HotRods: Glass Single Barrel – A glass rod milled into the core under the bindings and out towards the nose and tail; providing quick snappy pop for a fast response.

Skatecore Profiling: Take stock skate lines from park-to-park. A softer profile in between the bindings and a stiffer nose and tail makes the board feel like a skate for turning and ollieing. Same tail-slide feel on and off the mountain.

ButterOut Transition Zones: Smooth as butta’; this drawn out transition zone is a playful take on our classic design, creating a play-a-round freestyle board, guaranteed to fuel your snowboard addiction.
QuickRip Sidecut : Advanced sidecut geometry giving a short playful feel at slower speeds and a longer fast, stable feel at higher speeds. The Mid-Board contact points end the running length at slow speeds and add grip at high speeds.

Pop Core Matrix
StraightBiax Laminate
Impact Base
Glass Impact Plates