Rome Outerwear 2010-2011

17 Feb, 2010


Rome has entered their third season for designing and bringing outerwear to their snowboarders, each year it gets better and this year I think they found their niche in outerwear.  From the men to the women’s line, there’s functionality, technical features and colors from basic to flashy depending on the rider’s style.

For 10-11 they loaded the outerwear up with pockets and features, from the fun season pass stickers to the much needed anti-drag cuff lifter.  Most of the outerwear feature more pockets than you’ll know what to put in them and when you open up the jackets, you’ll be amazed at the quality, thought and design behind them.

L-R:  Men’s Stance Jacket (color:  blu wave) with insurrection pant (color:  collective), Men’s oil & water color jacket in the background, Women’s Newport Jacket (color:  Swirl) with newport pant (color:  black)

Mix of colors & prints for 10-11

Rome Watts 3-in-1 Jacket (Men’s)

Features:  Regular Fit, Fully taped seams, stormseal system, removable liner, 15,000mm/10,000mm

Colors:  acid green slub, grey drab (seen here) and darkness

Rome Roust Jacket (Men’s)

Features:  Relaxed Fit, fully taped seams, stormsteal system, conformist cuff, 8,000mm/gm, sleeve lift stash pocket, interior goggle pocket with shammy.

Colors:  selasi (seen here), blue, oil & water

Stance Jacket (Men’s)

Features:  Relaxed Fit, fully taped seams, stormsteal system conformist cuff, removable powder skirt, many pockets

Colors:  blu wave (seen here on left), oil & water ( seen here on right), collective

Up close look at the Men’s Keef Jacket in sundown color

Keef Jacket pass window

Men’s Snowboard Pants:  Keef Pants (left)and filmore pant (right)

Rome Keef Pants (Men’s)

Features:  regular fit, fully taped seams, stormseal system, anti-drag cuff lifter, 15,000mm/10,000gm, mesh-lined outseam vents, bottom hem slits, glove holster

Colors:  acid green slub (seen here), black, sundown

Rome Filmore Pant (Men’s)

Features:  Regular fit, fully taped seams, stormseal system, 40gm insulation, 15,000mm/10,000mm, bottom hem slits, glove holster, anti-drag cuff lifter

Colors:  grey drab plaid (seen here), street sheik, black

Just one of the extra perks Rome threw in is a intricate design on the inside of the jackets

Season Pass Sticker Pack included means dressing up your season pass with fun stickers

Inside the jacket:   interior stash pocket, powder skirt

Interior secret gift

Women’s Suffragette Jacket in deep purple and street sheik colors

Howl 3-in-1 Jacket (Women’s)

Features:  Regular fit, fully taped seams, stormseal system, removable 40gm liner, removable adjustable powder skirt, wrist gaitors.

Color:  Icefall (seen here), street sheik, grey drab plaid

Howl 3-in-1 Jacket in grey drab plaid

Rome Newport Jacket (Women’s)

Features:  Regular Fit, Fully Taped Seams, Stormseal system, 120gm/80gm insulation, 15,000mm/10,000mm, interior goggle pocket with shammy, music pockets.

Colors:  swirl (seen here), icefall, earth

Rome Suffragette Jacket (Women’s)

Features:  Relaxed Fit, Fully taped seams, Stormseal system, 60gm insulation, 8,000mm/gm, music pocket, interior goggle pocket with shammy.

Colors:  blowave, deep purple (seen here), white, street sheik

A look inside the women’s jackets, pockets a plenty

Rome Astor Pant (Women’s)

Features:  Regular Fit, fully taped seams, stormseal system, 60gm insulation, anti-drag cuff lifter, glove holster.

Colors:  Icefall plaid (seen here on top), grey drab plaid (underneath icefall plaid), earth

I didn’t capture much for gloves from Rome at the tradeshow, LNP gets a pro glove this year congrats to him!

Rome Bushwood Glove

The unknown jacket…looks good but no idea what it is!

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2 Comments

  1. k
    February 17, 2010

    It’s cool to see this. Thanks Shay.
    So the quality’s been improving as expected? I still dig my pants but haven’t found a jacket from Rome I was incredibly stoked on.

  2. February 17, 2010

    I’m rocking Rome outerware this year and love it. The gear has held up great and the pants are some of the best “normal” fitting I’ve ever had. The only gripe I have is my jacket didn’t come with wrist gaiters which come in handy on pow days, it was supposed to but I got an early production one on pro form.