2017 Rome Artifact Snowboard Review

October 29, 2017

 

In this video we spend the day testing out the 2017 Rome Artifact at High Cascade Snowboard Camp in Mt. Hood Oregon. It was another hot day on the snowfield during session 2 of camp with bright sunny skies, granular slush, and a really fun terrain park at my disposal. I was able to take the Rome Artifact snowboard through a nice variety of terrain throughout the day and there were two things that really stood out to me about this snowboard: The amount of pop it is able to dish out, and the stability it can provide during landings and through carves (edge hold). If you have any questions about the Rome Artifact or snowboard reviews you'd like to see in the future you can leave them in the comments below, and make sure to check out http://www.boardarchive.com for even more content!


More specs on the Rome Artifact:

http://boardarchive.com/rome-artifact-snowboard-review-2017/

 

Check out High Cascade Snowboard Camps:  http://bit.ly/29s5aS8

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