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Rome Guide

Rome Guide

The Rome Guide is their high end, fully featured boot that is made for people who want to ride 100+ days a season.

Features of the Rome Guide

  • GripLight Outsole with Vibram IceTrek.2
    This is a lightweight outsole, which uses the Vibram IceTrek.2, which is the grippiest rubber, made to help grip on ice and hard snow. It also has a flex channel, which is made to keep the sole strong (in the toe to heel direction), but letting it flex side to side.
  • Ultra F.I.T. Liner
  • Last for a Lo-Pro, Performance Fit
  • Full-Grain Leather
  • Liner Outsole Technology with D30 Lite
    The outside of the liner is made to help lock it into the shell of the boot, so there is no movement. The D30 material is made to absorb impacts better than EVA, so your feet don’t take so much of a beating.
  • SkateCuff 3D
    A 3d heel pocket that is designed to hold you heel in confortably.
  • Heat-Moldable F.I.T. Foam Construction
    A heat moldable liner, that can be adjusted/molded to fit your foot.
  • PowerStrap
    A strap that sits at the top of the liner, which keeps it locked in tightly.
  • Quadzone Lining with Heel Grip
    There is extra traction material in the heel, to help hold your foot down.
  • Ultra F.I.T. FoamBed with D30
    It has arch support, helps to absorb impacts and has the AEGIS Microbe shield.
  • 2Part Articulation
  • Climbing-Grade Rubber Heel Counter
  • 3D Molded shell tongue
  • Ankle LaceLock Hardware
  • 6/10 Flex Rating

Sizes Available:

  • 8
  • 8.5
  • 9.9.5
  • 10
  • 10.5
  • 11
  • 11.5
  • 12

A similar boot in specs and price that would be worth considering would be the ThirtyTwo Tm-Two.


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