Rome Gloves 2011-2012

04 Jun, 2011


It’s no secret that Rome Snowboards designs for the 100 day rider and it stays the same motto when it comes to their gloves.  They continue to create gloves for a range of snowboarding days from the tough winters to the warm summers.

For 11-12, Rome Gloves have a lot to offer with a variety of designs from the good old fashioned Rome  looks to the alcohol inspired to those for the pros.  The majority of Rome’s gloves feature drytac, a waterproof/breathable insert to keep those days on the snow lasting longer.  Other features are flexible insulation for varying insulation depending on where the glove needs it most.  My favorite feature is the soft nose wipe for those runny nose days.  Pros LNP and MFR both receive pro models this year, the LNP in a glove and the MFR in a mitt.

Rome Shred Life Mitt

Features:  1.1 micro fleece on the palm side, waterproof, breathable drytac insert, synleather palm, knitted cuff with removable leashes.  Flex=7.  Feel=6.  Sizing:  XS-XL.

Color:  White

Rome Coozie

Features:  synleather palm, lycra sidewalls, velcro wrist closure, soft nose wipe panel.  Flex=2.  Feel=10.  Sizing:  XS-XL.

Colors:  And Twins

Rome Emblem

Features 1.1 flexible insulation – 1oz microfleece on the back of the hand, 1oz microfleece on the palm side, waterproof, breathable drytac insert, tech leather palm, durable nylon on back of hand.  Flex=4.  Feel=5. Sizing:  XS-XL.

Colors:  White/Collage (seen in middle), Black (seen on left)

Rome Focus

Features 3.2 flexible insulation – 3oz thinsulate on the back of the hand, 2oz thinsulate on the palm side, waterproof, breathable drytac insert, synleather palm, durable 4-way stretch nylon shell.  Flex=8.  Feel=7.  Sizes:  XS-XL.

Colors:  Lucite/Black (seen on right), Black

Rome Duke

Features 4.2 flexible insulation 4oz poly insulation on the back of the hand, 2oz poly insulation on the palm side, waterproof, breathable drytac insert,syn leather palm, waterproof stretch knit sidewalls.  Sizing:  XS-XL.  Flex=8, Feel=7.

Colors:  White, Black, Plaid (seen on left)

Rome Stranger

Features 4.2 flexible insulation – 4oz poly insulation on the back of the hand, 2oz poly insulation on the palm side, waterproof, breathable drytac.2 insert, synleather palm, waterproof stretch knit sidewalls.  Sizing:  XS-XL.  Flex=10, Flex=6.

Colors:  Red (seen in center), Green (seen in center), Black (seen on right)

Rome Bowery Mitt

Features 3.2 flexible insulation – 3oz thinsulate on the back of the hand, 2oz thinsulate on the palm side, waterproof, breathable drytac.2 insert, synsuede palm with silicone grip, stretch panel at base of thumb.  Sizes:  XS-SL.  Flex=9.  Feel=6.

Colors:  Black, Tan (Seen here)

Rome MFR Mitt

Features women’s specific ergonomic fit and sizing, 1.1 flexible insulation – 1oz thinsulate on the back of the hand, 1oz thinsulate on the palm side, waterproof, breathable drytac insert, knitted cuff with removable leashes.  Flex=7.  Feel=6.  Sizes:  XS-XL.

Colors:  Black

Rome Everlast

Features women’s specific ergonomic fit and sizing, 4.2 flexible insulation -4oz primaloft on the back of the hand, 2oz primaloft on the palm side, waterproof, breathable drytac.2 insert, composite techleather palm.  Flex=10, Feel=6. Sizes:  XS-XL.

Colors:  Knitted (seen on left), Black (seen in middle)

Rome Norfolk

Features women’s specific ergonomic fit and sizing, 1.1 flexible insulation – 1oz thinsulate on the back of the hand, 1oz thinsulate on the palm side, waterproof, breathable drytac insert, techleather palm.  Flex=7. Feel=6.  Sizes:  XS-XL.

Colors:  Blue (seen here on right), Black

Rome 99

Features women’s specific ergonomic fit and sizing, 3.2 flexible insulation – 3oz primaloft on the back of the hand, 2oz primaloft on the palm side, waterproof, breathable drytac.2 insert, composite techleather palm.  Flex=10.  Feel=6.  Sizes:  XS-XL.

Colors:  Black/Denim (seen on right), White/Black (Seen on left)

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