- Price: £410 / €460 / $460
- Category: All-Mountain
- Sizes: 149, 152, 154W, 155, 157W, 158, 160W
- Flex: 7/10
- Shape: Directional Twin
- Profile: Combo
- 3D: No
- Base: Sintered
Why we chose the Rome Freaker Snowboard: What’s in a name? Quite a lot, as it turns out – so it’s time for this one to get the attention it deserves.
If you’re familiar with Rome’s output of late, you might recognise the specs on this as also belonging to last year’s Speed Freak model. Given that it’s definitely more of an all-mountain design than an out-and-out charger, the new name makes a lot more sense.
So it’s not technically ‘new’, but instead can be seen as a fresh start for a board that perhaps, didn’t get a fair shake under its old moniker. As far as we’re concerned, justice has been served, and the nerds just looking to max out the top speed on their phone’s tracker app can look elsewhere.
“Rene Rinnekangas swears by this one”
Who Is The Rome Freaker For?
Let’s face it; most of us want a board that can deliver every day. The Rome Freaker is exactly that, a true taskmaster that is as happy in the air as it is in a carve. Rene Rinnekangas swears by this one – and if you come across anything on the mountain that he can’t do, be sure to let us know.