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Rome designed the Agent Rocker Wide Snowboard to be more than a run-of-the-mill all-mountain board. The Agent Rocker is a stiff, aggressive board, made for the rider with skills. This is not a forgiving beginner deck, it's specifically designed for hauling ass, stomping big airs, and trenching long powerful turns.Equipped with Rome's MtnPop rocker-meets-camber profile and crafted with geometry tailored to fellas with big boots, this versatile board goes from the park, to the chutes beyond the ropes, and back to the groomers to lay out some high-speed Euro-carves, all the while eliminating your toe- and heel-drag woes forever.The folks at Rome laid up the Agent Rocker with three zones of low-density wood with extended zones of poplar. This gives the Agent Rocker a stiff, powerful feel. They then added carbon Hot Rods at the tip and tail to stiffen them up a bit while leaving the soft flex between the bindings for added pop with a playful feel. Rome also added two additional mid-board contact points between off-set sidecuts for added high-speed edge control and to make the board feel shorter and more playful at low speed. The Agent Rocker uses Rome's all-mountain MtnPop hybrid rocker. The board is rockered underfoot and between the bindings, while the nose and tail are positive camber for added pop, response, and edge control. The base is Rome's high-end Sinterspeed base, which absorbs large amounts of wax for several days of high-speed riding. The StraightTriax 30 laminate with 30 degree fibers are mellow enough to quickly adjust to changes in terrain and poppy enough to help boost you for bigger airs.
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Rome's ancient monuments and spectacular galleries - for centuries a major draw on the international tourism map - are looking more magnificent than ever after the restoration and beautification of recent years. Time Out Rome includes everything from Rome's ancient monuments and spectacular galleries to the sybaritic new Turkish baths and where to take gladiator lessons, as well as local advice on great restaurants and dodging tourist traps HIGHLIGHTS: -From the design to the ridiculous: the design hotel has finally hit Rome, but style doesn't come cheap; for budget travellers, we provide options including nunneries, campsites and a youth hostel squeezed between a high-security courtroom and the football stadium. -The lowdown on ancient Rome's martial machine, plus where to take gladiator lessons and where to be photographed with a latter-day legionnaire -Avoid Rome's legions of tourist-trap eateries and make for establishments hand-picked by leading restaurants critics. -They're a far cry from the baths of ancient Rome, but a slew of new Turkish baths has added to the sybaritic pleasures of the Eternal City. -Grand Tourists raved about the countryside around Rome; we provide extensive coverage of rural delights, from (more) ancient ruins to abandoned villages, lush gardens, mountain walks and sandy beaches. Alongside this facelift of the historic city, contemporary stars of the architectural firmament including Richard Meyer, Zaha Hadid, and Odile Decq are changing the face of 21st-century Rome; while in Renzo Piano's breathtaking Auditorium, the city's arts agenda has shifted into high gear with a packed program of world-class concerts embracing music for all tastes.
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Rome's ancient monuments and spectacular galleries - for centuries a major draw on the international tourism map - are looking more magnificent than ever after the restoration and beautification of recent years. Time Out Rome includes everything from Rome's ancient monuments and spectacular galleries to the sybaritic new Turkish baths and where to take gladiator lessons, as well as local advice on great restaurants and dodging tourist traps HIGHLIGHTS: -From the design to the ridiculous: the design hotel has finally hit Rome, but style doesn't come cheap; for budget travellers, we provide options including nunneries, campsites and a youth hostel squeezed between a high-security courtroom and the football stadium. -The lowdown on ancient Rome's martial machine, plus where to take gladiator lessons and where to be photographed with a latter-day legionnaire -Avoid Rome's legions of tourist-trap eateries and make for establishments hand-picked by leading restaurants critics. -They're a far cry from the baths of ancient Rome, but a slew of new Turkish baths has added to the sybaritic pleasures of the Eternal City. -Grand Tourists raved about the countryside around Rome; we provide extensive coverage of rural delights, from (more) ancient ruins to abandoned villages, lush gardens, mountain walks and sandy beaches. Alongside this facelift of the historic city, contemporary stars of the architectural firmament including Richard Meyer, Zaha Hadid, and Odile Decq are changing the face of 21st-century Rome; while in Renzo Piano's breathtaking Auditorium, the city's arts agenda has shifted into high gear with a packed program of world-class concerts embracing music for all tastes.
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