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Gang Plank Snowboard - 2019
Len Jorgensen’s unique approach to riding is a perfect example of the Gang Plank—creativity and fun dominate his approach regardless of where his board takes him. Flat between the feet and rockered in the nose and tail, the Gang Plank has a loose, have-fun attitude towards every spot on the mountain. To balance this freestyle-heavy feel, Rome inlays bamboo HotRods into the core to give it more pop for carves and ollies. For riders who want a very playful approach to riding the mountain from peak to park, the Gang Plank is choice for the daily driver within the quiver.
- Pop Core Matrix - With the balance of response and lightness, this core construction is built primarily of responsive, strong wood, with two zones of a lighter wood species.
- StraightBiax Laminate - For boards where the focus is on fun and a more mellow feel, pure 90 degree fibers drive the personality.
- SinterTrue Base - A solid dose of wax absorbing power from this sintered base—high levels of speed for our mid-range freestyle and freeride boards.
- Rebound Sidewalls - For park-oriented boards like Rome's Artifact series, they use the Rebound Sidewalls featuring an elastomeric compound that absorbs the impacts that happen when you land on a box, a rail or a stump. Designed for longer seasons sessioning lines with friends.
- Glasspack Impact Plates - The corners of your bindings put a lot of force on your snowboard when you load energy into the board or when you land big drops. So Rome put their Glasspak Impact Plates under the four corners of your bindings to absorb and disperse energy before it has a chance to compress the core. The result is 2.5X greater strength.
- HotRods – Bamboo Single Barrel - The configuration inlays a rod in the centerline of the board emanating from the binding towards the tip. This is great for freestyle boards that want more ollie and jump pop, without increasing the torsional stiffness of the board. Focused for a freestyle approach.
- QuickRip Sidecut - Rome created QuickRip Sidecut to add power and precision to the inherently looser feel that their rocker boards have. They integrate two off-set sidecuts that create one sidecut zone in the nose, one between the feet, and one in the tail. Instead of blending the sidecuts smoothly, they create “bumps” that they call Mid-Board Contact Points at the places near your bindings where the radii meet. These Mid-Board Contact Points do two things: they add edge hold and turning response at high speed, and they also act like contact points at slow speed to let you adjust quickly and effectively have a board with a shorter running length.
- True Twin - Their True Twin shapes are perfectly symmetrical. Stances are centered and the nose is identical to the tail. If you want to mount your bindings “backwards”, the board will ride exactly the same. The best boards in the line for riding switch, the True Twins define the the personality of their park boards and our all-mountain freestyle boards.
- Contact Rocker - This profile starts with a flat camber in the mid section of the board, and then adds rocker in front of each binding through the nose and tail. Looser and more playful than the straight Contact Camber, the rocker version is perfect for riders who want a park destroyer or an all-mountain weapon that flows smooth turns and floats effortlessly in powder.
Profile: Contact Rocker
Shape: True Twin
Effective Edge(mm):  1180  1210  1240
Waist Width(mm):  251  254  255
Sidecut Radius(m):  7.85  8.11  8.30
Stance Width:  19.5"-24.25"  20.5"-24.25  20.5"-25.25"
Stance Setback: 0
Mount: 2 x 4
Base: SinterTrue Base
Recommended Rider Weight:  125-185  140-200  150-200+
Manufacturer Warranty: 2 years against defects