Rome Snowboard Design Syndicate is one of the premiere snowboard brands on the market today. Born and raised in the Green Mountains of Vermont, these boards are constantly tested and improved for every customer. With top of the line boards and bindings, Rome SDS is a leader in the industry. The company was founded in 2001 by Josh Reid and Paul Maravetz, two former Burton marketing and product development execs. Art and snowboarding go hand in hand with Rome SDS. The company calls itself a syndicate because they love to hear feedback on gear from snowboarders. Rome is known for having softer, more freeride style gear.
You know that feeling when you’re waiting to get on the chair on a powder day? or when you’re woken up by a snow plow at 5am? Rome SDS knows that feeling. The Vermont-based company continues to make boards and bindings to get you out there. Check out new 2016 gear here! See all the ... Continue Reading
Take a look at some of the new gear from Rome SDS. There are new shapes, new tech, and a whole new binding which could change the game. The Mountain Division is a new pow board for Rome. It has Free-The-Ride Camber where there is camber in the back foot, flat under the front foot, ... Continue Reading
Check out the Rome PreJib Contest at Loveland Ski Area on December 15th. They’re giving away lots of prizes from gear to cash– even prizes for filmers! What a fun way to spend an early season Saturday. Even if you’re not riding in the contest, it’ll certainly be fun to watch. Rome always puts on ... Continue Reading
Marie France Roy (aka MFR) rockin’ a huge frontside 900. MFR rides for Rome Snowboards – boards and bindings. She’s a big part of the R&D for the Rome Powder Room, their women’s splitboard, and has a signature binding, The Runway, with the company. Snowboarder Magazine’s Clip Of The Day: Marie-France Roy FS 900 from ... Continue Reading