Where are Rome snowboards made?

Answer According to an interview with Rome Snowboard Design Syndicate founder Josh Reid, Rome snowboards are engineered in Waterbury, Vermont, and manufactured in Quebec City, Quebec, Canada. Rome SDS als... Read More »

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Who makes M3 Snowboards?

M3 (or Millennium Three Snowboards) founded by Blaise Rosenthal was a company that rebranded other corporate-manufactured snowboards, until they were bought by a larger umbrella company in 2003. Th... Read More »

Do burton bindings fit other snowboards?

With the exception of EST bindings, Burton bindings will fit several other snowboards made with three binding holes. Burton non-EST bindings will fit boards made by Technine, Snowjam, Flux, Drake, ... Read More »

Do Rome bindings fit K2 snowboards?

Rome snowboard bindings use a rectangular mounting plate that will fit any K2 snowboard. The overwhelming majority of snowboard manufacturers utilize standard mounting systems that allow their pro... Read More »

The Split Type of Snowboards?

While some snowboarders prefer to stay in the confines of a designated skiing resort, others take a more adventurous approach. Backcountry and off-piste snowboarders travel across rugged mountainou... Read More »