System D.O.A. and Rome Men's Snowboard Package : Looking for a new package this year to really step up your riding? Look no further than this D.O.A. and Rome Libertine package. Featuring Romes award lacing and fit technology you will never find a boot that's easier to get tight and comfortable and keep it that way even after hours of shredding. The new D.O.A. with its rocker-camber-rocker profile will keep your riding buttery smooth and your float in powder unmatched. This is truely a complete set up!
The 2014 Camp Seven Summit bindings ride and look like a $150 binding. It is one of the lightest bindings we carry and yet one of the most durable as well. The features of this binding are a dream come true. Full length EVA base pad. Either-Or toe strap that can be ridden toe cap style or over the forefoot. Gel insert contoured straps. Inside routed ladder straps, Aluminum 4 tooth ratchets, 15% fiber inclusion in both the baseplate and the highback, anatomically correct footbed, comfy adjustable toe ramps, full dual sided on the fly strap adjustability via cam cleats on both toe and ankle straps.
Rome Libertine Men's 2013 Snowboard Boots : Here's the answer to your prayers for comfort and performance in one package. The Rome Libertine Snowboard Boots not only give you all the responsiveness you want on the hill but you'll be comfortable all day long, both in the lodge and on the way to and from the car. The Libertine Snowboard Boots are packed with features that will keep you and your ankles happy. You might as well just wear them 24/7!
System D.O.A. 2014 Snowboard : The D.O.A. refuses to die! The 2014 D.O.A. makes an appearance for it's third straight year with some unbelievable upgrades. The Rocker-Camber-Rocker profile leads to explosive pop between the bindings, and the rocker in the tip and tail allow for buttery smooth riding and jibbing. As for powder days, the rocker in the tip and tail make it nearly impossible to sink the nose on even the deepest days.The D.O.A. will put the days of edge catches, board chatter and questions of edge hold to rest.