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With the same technology as it's big brother, the Tom Wallisch Pro, the LINe Tom Wallisch Shorty is the best ski for any young gun skier wanting to get into the park and freestyle. Lightweight, durable, and so poppy, the Wallisch Shorty is designed to take your skiing to a new level so you can become the next Tom Wallisch. An Aspen Core keeps it lightweight and helps create the nimble feel. The flex is soft, making it ideal for butters and presses, but thanks to the quality build and decent camber underfoot it still feels good on jumps. To ensure it feels as good switch as it does skiing forward, Line use a symmetric flex, giving it the same feel in front and behind and the binding. The 5Cut Multi Radius Sidecut blends 5 different radii so that the ski is comfortable in a variety of turns and keeps an intuitive feel. 4D Fibrecap construction uses 4 directions of fibreglass, woven across the top of the core for added durability, and a cap construction for toughness.Terrain Type & Ability LevelTerrain Type Pistes, all mountain and plenty of time either in terrain parks or looking for natural terrain to jump off and mess about on. This is a brilliant ski for young freestylers looking to spend more time at the parks in the domes and dryslopes of the UK.Skier TypeYoung rippers who know they enjoy a fun ski and want to ski backwards and jump.OverviewShape72mm in the waist keeps the ski nimble and quick from edge-to-edge, with just enough width to explore softer snow. The 12m radius ensures it turns easily whilst also making sure it feels super stable when landing and in rougher conditions. The twin shape feels great when used switch. Five different radiuses are blended into the ski's sidecut, the result? A wide variety of turn shapes and an intuitive feel.Rockerearly Rise at the tip and tail lift them away from the snow to bring the contact points closer to the centre of the ski. This increases the ski's lift in deep snow and allows it to engage more quickly on hardpack when rolled over on edge.CoreAn Aspenlite Core uses 100% aspen for the lightest, most nimble feel.ConstructionAny ski that is aimed at jibbing and playing-about needs to be tough, and just because the TW Shorty is light doesn't mean that Line have skimped on the durability. In fact, the opposite is true. 4D Fibrecap construction uses 4 directions of fibreglass, woven across the top of the core for added durability, and a cap construction for toughness. The textured tougher top sheet materials resist scratches and abuse for longer, protecting the look and life of the ski.Key FeaturesSystem BindingUsing a system binding means that the binding can be adjusted to fit different boot sizes if feet grow or the ski is passed to a younger sibling, without the need for redrilling, it just slides, moves and clicks in to place.Size (cm)Tip Width (mm)Waist Width (mm)Tail Width (mm)Radius (m)Weight (g)119129General InformationSkier Ability: Intermediate|AdvancedRocker: Tip/Tail RockerRadius: MediumBindings: Integrated, FDT 4.5 DIN: 0.75 - 4.5Construction: CapCore: WoodDemo: No [Full Details]
The Honey Badger is the go-to ski for park, freestyle and jibbing all over the mountain. Handrails, bonks, hard landings, it doesn't care. It can take it all and it won't break your bank in the process. If you're after a super-playful, jibby ski that is lightweight for quick movements and style in your tricks, then Honey Badger is going to be the one.Terrain Type & Ability LevelTerrain Type It's dialled-in for freestyle, whether in the park, natural features or urban locations. The flex is soft, making it ideal for butters and presses, but thanks to the quality build and decent camber underfoot it still feels good on jumps.Skier TypeThis is a ski that will perfectly suit park or urban skiers, meaning it is ideal for dome and dryslope regulars wanting a light, tough and fun ski, for jibs, jumps and rails, more so than many freestyle skis that are bigger and heavier. It won't suit an all mountain skier as it doesn't have the grip on hard snow or the width for powder seekers, but it will make the right choice for skiers looking for something park specific with light handling and a poppy feel.OverviewShape92mm underfoot keeps it nimble and quick, the 19.5m (177cm) radius ensures stability on landings and rough snow. A 5Cut Multi Radius Sidecut blends 5 different radii so that the ski is comfortable in a variety of turns and keeps an intuitive feel. early Taper moves the widest point of the sidecut so it begins tapering earlier in the tip and tail to reduce hook ups in soft snow.Rockerearly Rise at the tip and tail lift them away from the snow to bring the contact points closer to the centre of the ski. This increases the ski's lift in deep snow and allows it to engage more quickly on hardpack when rolled over on edge.CoreAn Aspen Veneer Core uses aspen stringers to create a lightweight, snappy and engaged feel. This works perfectly with the Carbon Ollieband, pre-stretched carbon stringers running down the ski centre for added pop and play.ConstructionAny ski that is aimed at jibbing and playing-about needs to be tough, and just because the Honey Badger is light doesn't mean that Line have skimped on the durability. In fact, the opposite is true. 4D Fibrecap construction uses 4 directions of fibreglass, woven across the top of the core for added durability, and a cap construction for toughness. Thin Tips help keep the weight down by using a thin core and sidewall in the tip and tail, saving 100grams a pair for reduced swing weight. The textured tougher top sheet materials resist scratches and abuse for longer, protecting the look and life of the ski.Key FeaturesFatty Base and edge30% thicker base and edge, 2.2mm wide x 2.5mm high steel edges and 1.7mm thick base dramatically increase durability and tuning life of the skis.Symmetric FlexThe same flex pattern in front and behind your boot conforms to terrain equally riding forward and backwards.eB tester’s comments: Mark (Trainer) A great park ski that won't bust the bank. They feel light on your feet yet solid, perfect for jibbing on whether kickers or handrails are your thing, or just playing over the whole mountain.Size (cm)Tip Width (mm)Waist Width (mm)Tail Width (mm)Radius (m)Weight (g)1551209211614.1661209211616.5.1721209211618.1771209211619.5.General InformationSkier Ability: Intermediate|AdvancedRocker: Tip/Tail RockerRadius: MediumBindings: Ski sold flatDIN: n/aConstruction: CapCore: WoodDemo: No [Full Details]
Re-designed 2 seasons ago with a lower swing weight, snappier pop and updated durable Fatty Sintered Bases and Bomb(drop) proof oversized edges. Big jumps, quad kinks, or just hot laps through the park, the Tom Wallisch Pro can perform it all with a style that'll blow up the internet. This is the best park ski developed by the best skier in the park. A low swing weight, durable construction and a snappy feel, what's not to like?Terrain Type & Ability LevelTerrain Type This is a performance park ski, that will hit any feature no matter how big or small. Stiff enough to generate power, but with the flex dialled just right so that butters and presses come easily. The light swing weight helps with spins and will have you going harder on to and off rails. It may not be wide enough to take on the fatter freestyle skis when the powder really arrives, but the quality construction ensures that it will rip round the mountain with plenty of control and response when you do take some runs outside of the park, even in freshies. Quite simply, it is the best pure freestyle ski on the market for anyone who wants a bit of extra pop and a little bit more precision.Skier TypeFreestyle skiers who want maximum pop and response, it's a park focused shape but it will happily tear around on the frontside terrain, on or off the groomers.OverviewShape90mm underfoot keeps it nimble and quick, the 19m (178cm) radius ensures stability on landings and rough snow. A 5Cut Multi Radius Sidecut blends 5 different radii so that the ski is comfortable in a variety of turns and keeps an intuitive feel. early Taper moves the widest point of the sidecut so it begins tapering earlier in the tip and tail to reduce hook ups in soft snow.Rockerearly Rise at the tip and tail lift them away from the snow to bring the contact points closer to the centre of the ski. This increases the ski's lift in deep snow and allows it to engage more quickly on hardpack when rolled over on edge.CoreThe core uses Line's legendary Maple Macroblock with 2 full length maple stringers surrounded by aspen for increased strength and durability. This works perfectly with the Carbon Ollieband, pre-stretched carbon stringers running down the ski centre for added pop and play. The result is a ski with a lot of life.ConstructionFreestyle skis need to be tough and a cap construction is the best option to resist edge dings and damage, but sidewalls offer more precision. The solution on TW Pro is Capwall, with sidewall underfoot where you want the precision and a cap in the tip and tail to provide the durability and weight saving. The rest of the construction is as well thought out too. Thin Tips also help keep the weight down by using a thin core and sidewall in the tip and tail, saving 100grams a pair for reduced swing weight. The textured tougher top sheet materials resist scratches and abuse for longer, protecting the look and life of the ski. Not just great skis, but tough ones too.Key FeaturesFatty Base and edge30% thicker base and edge, 2.2mm wide x 2.5mm high steel edges and 1.7mm thick base dramatically increase durability and tuning life of the skis.Symmetric FlexThe same flex pattern in front and behind your boot conforms to terrain equally riding forward and backwards.eB tester’s comments: Mark (Trainer) Absolutely predictable handling, which in the park is essential to give you the confidence to keep lapping and get your tricks dialled in. They're actually pretty fun for smashing around on the piste too.Size (cm)Tip Width (mm)Waist Width (mm)Tail Width (mm)Radius (m)Weight (g)1571189011614.1641189011615.5.1711189011617.5.1781189011619.General InformationSkier Ability: Intermediate|Advanced|expertRocker: Tip/Tail RockerRadius: MediumBindings: Ski sold flatDIN: n/aConstruction: Semi SidewallCore: WoodDemo: No [Full Details]
Re-designed 2 seasons ago with a lower swing weight, snappier pop and updated durable Fatty Sintered Bases and Bomb(drop) proof oversized edges. Big jumps, quad kinks, or just hot laps through the park, the Tom Wallisch Pro can perform it all with a style that'll blow up the internet. This is the best park ski developed by the best skier in the park. A low swing weight, durable construction and a snappy feel, what's not to like?Terrain Type & Ability LevelTerrain Type This is a performance park ski, that will hit any feature no matter how big or small. Stiff enough to generate power, but with the flex dialled just right so that butters and presses come easily. The light swing weight helps with spins and will have you going harder on to and off rails. It may not be wide enough to take on the fatter freestyle skis when the powder really arrives, but the quality construction ensures that it will rip round the mountain with plenty of control and response when you do take some runs outside of the park, even in freshies. Quite simply, it is the best pure freestyle ski on the market for anyone who wants a bit of extra pop and a little bit more precision.Skier TypeFreestyle skiers who want maximum pop and response, it's a park focused shape but it will happily tear around on the frontside terrain, on or off the groomers.OverviewShape90mm underfoot keeps it nimble and quick, the 19m (178cm) radius ensures stability on landings and rough snow. A 5Cut Multi Radius Sidecut blends 5 different radii so that the ski is comfortable in a variety of turns and keeps an intuitive feel. early Taper moves the widest point of the sidecut so it begins tapering earlier in the tip and tail to reduce hook ups in soft snow.Rockerearly Rise at the tip and tail lift them away from the snow to bring the contact points closer to the centre of the ski. This increases the ski's lift in deep snow and allows it to engage more quickly on hardpack when rolled over on edge.CoreThe core uses Line's legendary Maple Macroblock with 2 full length maple stringers surrounded by aspen for increased strength and durability. This works perfectly with the Carbon Ollieband, pre-stretched carbon stringers running down the ski centre for added pop and play. The result is a ski with a lot of life.ConstructionFreestyle skis need to be tough and a cap construction is the best option to resist edge dings and damage, but sidewalls offer more precision. The solution on TW Pro is Capwall, with sidewall underfoot where you want the precision and a cap in the tip and tail to provide the durability and weight saving. The rest of the construction is as well thought out too. Thin Tips also help keep the weight down by using a thin core and sidewall in the tip and tail, saving 100grams a pair for reduced swing weight. The textured tougher top sheet materials resist scratches and abuse for longer, protecting the look and life of the ski. Not just great skis, but tough ones too.Key FeaturesFatty Base and edge30% thicker base and edge, 2.2mm wide x 2.5mm high steel edges and 1.7mm thick base dramatically increase durability and tuning life of the skis.Symmetric FlexThe same flex pattern in front and behind your boot conforms to terrain equally riding forward and backwards.eB tester’s comments: Mark (Trainer) Absolutely predictable handling, which in the park is essential to give you the confidence to keep lapping and get your tricks dialled in. They're actually pretty fun for smashing around on the piste too.Size (cm)Tip Width (mm)Waist Width (mm)Tail Width (mm)Radius (m)Weight (g)1571189011614.1641189011615.5.1711189011617.5.1781189011619.General InformationSkier Ability: Intermediate|Advanced|expertRocker: Tip/Tail RockerRadius: MediumBindings: Ski sold flatDIN: n/aConstruction: Semi SidewallCore: WoodDemo: No [Full Details]
The Chronic is a benchmark all mountain freestyle ski with the build, shape and performance that other brands try to match. This award-winning ski delivers a poppy ride that crushes big-line jump laps as well as smooth high-speed burns all over the mountain. If you want one ski to do everything well, from park to powder and all the terrain in between then the Chronic is the ski.Terrain Type & Ability LevelTerrain Type The Chronic is a proper all mountain option, more so than many other freestyle skis, and without any loss of performance in the park. It will pop, slide and jump as well as any of the 95mm all mountain freestyle skis, and then leave them in its spray when it's time to charge other terrain whether bumps, trees, natural hits or untouched stashes.Skier TypeSkiers who want to spend as much time on natural terrain and all mountain as they do in the park, all done on a ski with durability built-in.OverviewShape95mm underfoot is ideal for a mix of park and all mountain, wide enough to be stable and provide float when the snow is soft or rougher, narrow enough to still feel quick. The 16m (178cm) radius ensures fast turns and good performance on hard snow. A 5Cut Sidecut uses 5 different radii blended together to create a variety of turn shapes and an intuitive feel. early Taper moves the widest point of the sidecut so it begins tapering earlier in the tip and tail to reduce hook ups in soft snow.Rockerearly Rise at the tip and tail lift them away from the snow to bring the contact points closer to the centre of the ski. This increases the ski's lift in deep snow and allows it to engage more quickly on hardpack when rolled over on edge.CoreThe core uses Line's legendary Maple Macroblock with 2 full length maple stringers surrounded by aspen for increased strength and durability.ConstructionFreestyle skis need to be tough and a cap construction is the best option to resist edge dings and damage, but sidewalls offer more precision. The solution on the Chronic is Capwall, with sidewall underfoot where you want the precision and a cap in the tip and tail to provide the durability and weight saving. Thin Tips help keep the weight down by using a thin core and sidewall in the tip and tail, saving 100grams a pair for reduced swing weight. The textured tougher top sheet materials resist scratches and abuse for longer, protecting the look and life of the ski. Not just great skis, but tough ones too.Key FeaturesFatty Base and edge30% thicker base and edge, 2.2mm wide x 2.5mm high steel edges and 1.7mm thick base dramatically increase durability and tuning life of the skis.Symmetric FlexThe same flex pattern in front and behind your boot conforms to terrain equally riding forward and backwards.eB tester’s comments: Mark (Trainer) These put a big smile on your face. They encourage you to stop taking it all so seriously and actually open your eyes and see what your next move will be: a pop off of a lip, a slash over a roller, a run through the park or a play just off to the side?Size (cm)Tip Width (mm)Waist Width (mm)Tail Width (mm)Radius (m)Weight (g)1641299512013.1711299512014.5.1781299512016.1851299512017.4.General InformationSkier Ability: Intermediate|Advanced|expertRocker: Tip/Tail RockerRadius: ShortBindings: Ski sold flatDIN: n/aConstruction: Semi SidewallCore: WoodDemo: Yes [Full Details]
The Chronic is a benchmark all mountain freestyle ski with the build, shape and performance that other brands try to match. This award-winning ski delivers a poppy ride that crushes big-line jump laps as well as smooth high-speed burns all over the mountain. If you want one ski to do everything well, from park to powder and all the terrain in between then the Chronic is the ski.Terrain Type & Ability LevelTerrain Type The Chronic is a proper all mountain option, more so than many other freestyle skis, and without any loss of performance in the park. It will pop, slide and jump as well as any of the 95mm all mountain freestyle skis, and then leave them in its spray when it's time to charge other terrain whether bumps, trees, natural hits or untouched stashes.Skier TypeSkiers who want to spend as much time on natural terrain and all mountain as they do in the park, all done on a ski with durability built-in.OverviewShape95mm underfoot is ideal for a mix of park and all mountain, wide enough to be stable and provide float when the snow is soft or rougher, narrow enough to still feel quick. The 16m (178cm) radius ensures fast turns and good performance on hard snow. A 5Cut Sidecut uses 5 different radii blended together to create a variety of turn shapes and an intuitive feel. early Taper moves the widest point of the sidecut so it begins tapering earlier in the tip and tail to reduce hook ups in soft snow.Rockerearly Rise at the tip and tail lift them away from the snow to bring the contact points closer to the centre of the ski. This increases the ski's lift in deep snow and allows it to engage more quickly on hardpack when rolled over on edge.CoreThe core uses Line's legendary Maple Macroblock with 2 full length maple stringers surrounded by aspen for increased strength and durability.ConstructionFreestyle skis need to be tough and a cap construction is the best option to resist edge dings and damage, but sidewalls offer more precision. The solution on the Chronic is Capwall, with sidewall underfoot where you want the precision and a cap in the tip and tail to provide the durability and weight saving. Thin Tips help keep the weight down by using a thin core and sidewall in the tip and tail, saving 100grams a pair for reduced swing weight. The textured tougher top sheet materials resist scratches and abuse for longer, protecting the look and life of the ski. Not just great skis, but tough ones too.Key FeaturesFatty Base and edge30% thicker base and edge, 2.2mm wide x 2.5mm high steel edges and 1.7mm thick base dramatically increase durability and tuning life of the skis.Symmetric FlexThe same flex pattern in front and behind your boot conforms to terrain equally riding forward and backwards.eB tester’s comments: Mark (Trainer) These put a big smile on your face. They encourage you to stop taking it all so seriously and actually open your eyes and see what your next move will be: a pop off of a lip, a slash over a roller, a run through the park or a play just off to the side?Size (cm)Tip Width (mm)Waist Width (mm)Tail Width (mm)Radius (m)Weight (g)1641299512013.1711299512014.5.1781299512016.1851299512017.4.General InformationSkier Ability: Intermediate|Advanced|expertRocker: Tip/Tail RockerRadius: ShortBindings: Ski sold flatDIN: n/aConstruction: Semi SidewallCore: WoodDemo: Yes [Full Details]
The Chronic is a benchmark all mountain freestyle ski with the build, shape and performance that other brands try to match. This award-winning ski delivers a poppy ride that crushes big-line jump laps as well as smooth high-speed burns all over the mountain. If you want one ski to do everything well, from park to powder and all the terrain in between then the Chronic is the ski.Terrain Type & Ability LevelTerrain Type The Chronic is a proper all mountain option, more so than many other freestyle skis, and without any loss of performance in the park. It will pop, slide and jump as well as any of the 95mm all mountain freestyle skis, and then leave them in its spray when it's time to charge other terrain whether bumps, trees, natural hits or untouched stashes.Skier TypeSkiers who want to spend as much time on natural terrain and all mountain as they do in the park, all done on a ski with durability built-in.OverviewShape95mm underfoot is ideal for a mix of park and all mountain, wide enough to be stable and provide float when the snow is soft or rougher, narrow enough to still feel quick. The 16m (178cm) radius ensures fast turns and good performance on hard snow. A 5Cut Sidecut uses 5 different radii blended together to create a variety of turn shapes and an intuitive feel. early Taper moves the widest point of the sidecut so it begins tapering earlier in the tip and tail to reduce hook ups in soft snow.Rockerearly Rise at the tip and tail lift them away from the snow to bring the contact points closer to the centre of the ski. This increases the ski's lift in deep snow and allows it to engage more quickly on hardpack when rolled over on edge.CoreThe core uses Line's legendary Maple Macroblock with 2 full length maple stringers surrounded by aspen for increased strength and durability.ConstructionFreestyle skis need to be tough and a cap construction is the best option to resist edge dings and damage, but sidewalls offer more precision. The solution on the Chronic is Capwall, with sidewall underfoot where you want the precision and a cap in the tip and tail to provide the durability and weight saving. Thin Tips help keep the weight down by using a thin core and sidewall in the tip and tail, saving 100grams a pair for reduced swing weight. The textured tougher top sheet materials resist scratches and abuse for longer, protecting the look and life of the ski. Not just great skis, but tough ones too.Key FeaturesFatty Base and edge30% thicker base and edge, 2.2mm wide x 2.5mm high steel edges and 1.7mm thick base dramatically increase durability and tuning life of the skis.Symmetric FlexThe same flex pattern in front and behind your boot conforms to terrain equally riding forward and backwards.eB tester’s comments: Mark (Trainer) These put a big smile on your face. They encourage you to stop taking it all so seriously and actually open your eyes and see what your next move will be: a pop off of a lip, a slash over a roller, a run through the park or a play just off to the side?Size (cm)Tip Width (mm)Waist Width (mm)Tail Width (mm)Radius (m)Weight (g)1641299512013.1711299512014.5.1781299512016.1851299512017.4.General InformationSkier Ability: Intermediate|Advanced|expertRocker: Tip/Tail RockerRadius: ShortBindings: Ski sold flatDIN: n/aConstruction: Semi SidewallCore: WoodDemo: Yes [Full Details]
The Chronic is a benchmark all mountain freestyle ski with the build, shape and performance that other brands try to match. This award-winning ski delivers a poppy ride that crushes big-line jump laps as well as smooth high-speed burns all over the mountain. If you want one ski to do everything well, from park to powder and all the terrain in between then the Chronic is the ski.Terrain Type & Ability LevelTerrain Type The Chronic is a proper all mountain option, more so than many other freestyle skis, and without any loss of performance in the park. It will pop, slide and jump as well as any of the 95mm all mountain freestyle skis, and then leave them in its spray when it's time to charge other terrain whether bumps, trees, natural hits or untouched stashes.Skier TypeSkiers who want to spend as much time on natural terrain and all mountain as they do in the park, all done on a ski with durability built-in.OverviewShape95mm underfoot is ideal for a mix of park and all mountain, wide enough to be stable and provide float when the snow is soft or rougher, narrow enough to still feel quick. The 16m (178cm) radius ensures fast turns and good performance on hard snow. A 5Cut Sidecut uses 5 different radii blended together to create a variety of turn shapes and an intuitive feel. early Taper moves the widest point of the sidecut so it begins tapering earlier in the tip and tail to reduce hook ups in soft snow.Rockerearly Rise at the tip and tail lift them away from the snow to bring the contact points closer to the centre of the ski. This increases the ski's lift in deep snow and allows it to engage more quickly on hardpack when rolled over on edge.CoreThe core uses Line's legendary Maple Macroblock with 2 full length maple stringers surrounded by aspen for increased strength and durability.ConstructionFreestyle skis need to be tough and a cap construction is the best option to resist edge dings and damage, but sidewalls offer more precision. The solution on the Chronic is Capwall, with sidewall underfoot where you want the precision and a cap in the tip and tail to provide the durability and weight saving. Thin Tips help keep the weight down by using a thin core and sidewall in the tip and tail, saving 100grams a pair for reduced swing weight. The textured tougher top sheet materials resist scratches and abuse for longer, protecting the look and life of the ski. Not just great skis, but tough ones too.Key FeaturesFatty Base and edge30% thicker base and edge, 2.2mm wide x 2.5mm high steel edges and 1.7mm thick base dramatically increase durability and tuning life of the skis.Symmetric FlexThe same flex pattern in front and behind your boot conforms to terrain equally riding forward and backwards.eB tester’s comments: Mark (Trainer) These put a big smile on your face. They encourage you to stop taking it all so seriously and actually open your eyes and see what your next move will be: a pop off of a lip, a slash over a roller, a run through the park or a play just off to the side?Size (cm)Tip Width (mm)Waist Width (mm)Tail Width (mm)Radius (m)Weight (g)1641299512013.1711299512014.5.1781299512016.1851299512017.4.General InformationSkier Ability: Intermediate|Advanced|expertRocker: Tip/Tail RockerRadius: ShortBindings: Ski sold flatDIN: n/aConstruction: Semi SidewallCore: WoodDemo: Yes [Full Details]
The Line Pandora 94 is for those skiers who see the whole mountain as a playground and need a versatile ski that is fun to use in all kinds of terrain and conditions. Line’s tried and tested early Rise and early Taper design ensure excellent handling in any snow, helping boost confidence when things gets tricky. The Aspenlite core and Capwall construction make sure it feels playful but still has the performance necessary for skiing faster, without ever becoming hard to use. Terrain Type & Ability LevelTerrain Type Thanks to a shape that is designed for versatility and the fun performance, this is proper go-anywhere ski. It has grip and energy for skiing on pistes and firmer conditions, the stability for rougher snow, and the float and balance for powder. It’s a great option for skiers who want to play around off the side of the pistes and also search a bit further for some different slopes, as well as spending plenty of time on groomed runs chasing friends.Skier TypeConfident all condition skiers looking for a wide all mountain ski or narrow freeride option. Considering the performance on offer and all the places this ski can take you, it is surprisingly easy to use and will suit aspring all mountain skiers who want to explore more, as well as better skiers who want a playful but reliable all terrain model. There’s no metal so it won’t suit the chargers.OverviewShape94mm underfoot works in a variety of conditions, narrow enough for medium and long radius turns and with the width for some float away from the pistes. early Rise rocker assists with the ride in soft snow and the early Taper creates long tips and tails for smoother hadnling when conditions are rough. Rockerearly Rise at the tip and tail lift them away from the snow to bring the contact points closer to the centre of the ski. This increases the ski's lift in deep snow and allows it to engage more quickly on hardpack when rolled over on edge.CoreAspenlite uses aspen as it is lightweight and resilient, making it a great all round material.ConstructionCombining the precision of sidewall underfoot, and the lightweight, durable performance of cap construction in the tip and tail, Capwall provides the best of both worlds.Key FeaturesCarbon Magic FingersA wide array of carbon stretching from tip to tail for added stability without sacrificing weight.5Cut Multi-Radius SidecutFive different radiuses are blended into the ski’s sidecut. The result? A wide variety of turn shapes and an intuitive feel.Thin TipSuper thin core and sidewalls in the tips are 100 grams lighter per pair for reduced swing weight and tip bounce.eB tester’s comments: Claire (Milton Keynes) This was so much fun. Being a much softer ski than what I would normally be used to I was a hesitant, however, my mind was quickly changed. It was really responsive and let me have lots of fun on the snow.Size (cm)Tip Width (mm)Waist Width (mm)Tail Width (mm)Radius (m)Weight (g)1511319411711.8.1581319411713.1.1651319411714.5.General InformationSkier Ability: Intermediate|AdvancedRocker: Tip/Tail RockerRadius: ShortBindings: Ski sold flatDIN: n/aConstruction: Semi SidewallCore: WoodDemo: No [Full Details]
The Line Pandora 94 is for those skiers who see the whole mountain as a playground and need a versatile ski that is fun to use in all kinds of terrain and conditions. Line’s tried and tested early Rise and early Taper design ensure excellent handling in any snow, helping boost confidence when things gets tricky. The Aspenlite core and Capwall construction make sure it feels playful but still has the performance necessary for skiing faster, without ever becoming hard to use. Terrain Type & Ability LevelTerrain Type Thanks to a shape that is designed for versatility and the fun performance, this is proper go-anywhere ski. It has grip and energy for skiing on pistes and firmer conditions, the stability for rougher snow, and the float and balance for powder. It’s a great option for skiers who want to play around off the side of the pistes and also search a bit further for some different slopes, as well as spending plenty of time on groomed runs chasing friends.Skier TypeConfident all condition skiers looking for a wide all mountain ski or narrow freeride option. Considering the performance on offer and all the places this ski can take you, it is surprisingly easy to use and will suit aspring all mountain skiers who want to explore more, as well as better skiers who want a playful but reliable all terrain model. There’s no metal so it won’t suit the chargers.OverviewShape94mm underfoot works in a variety of conditions, narrow enough for medium and long radius turns and with the width for some float away from the pistes. early Rise rocker assists with the ride in soft snow and the early Taper creates long tips and tails for smoother hadnling when conditions are rough. Rockerearly Rise at the tip and tail lift them away from the snow to bring the contact points closer to the centre of the ski. This increases the ski's lift in deep snow and allows it to engage more quickly on hardpack when rolled over on edge.CoreAspenlite uses aspen as it is lightweight and resilient, making it a great all round material.ConstructionCombining the precision of sidewall underfoot, and the lightweight, durable performance of cap construction in the tip and tail, Capwall provides the best of both worlds.Key FeaturesCarbon Magic FingersA wide array of carbon stretching from tip to tail for added stability without sacrificing weight.5Cut Multi-Radius SidecutFive different radiuses are blended into the ski’s sidecut. The result? A wide variety of turn shapes and an intuitive feel.Thin TipSuper thin core and sidewalls in the tips are 100 grams lighter per pair for reduced swing weight and tip bounce.eB tester’s comments: Claire (Milton Keynes) This was so much fun. Being a much softer ski than what I would normally be used to I was a hesitant, however, my mind was quickly changed. It was really responsive and let me have lots of fun on the snow.Size (cm)Tip Width (mm)Waist Width (mm)Tail Width (mm)Radius (m)Weight (g)1511319411711.8.1581319411713.1.1651319411714.5.General InformationSkier Ability: Intermediate|AdvancedRocker: Tip/Tail RockerRadius: ShortBindings: Ski sold flatDIN: n/aConstruction: Semi SidewallCore: WoodDemo: No [Full Details]
The Line Pandora 94 is for those skiers who see the whole mountain as a playground and need a versatile ski that is fun to use in all kinds of terrain and conditions. Line’s tried and tested early Rise and early Taper design ensure excellent handling in any snow, helping boost confidence when things gets tricky. The Aspenlite core and Capwall construction make sure it feels playful but still has the performance necessary for skiing faster, without ever becoming hard to use. Terrain Type & Ability LevelTerrain Type Thanks to a shape that is designed for versatility and the fun performance, this is proper go-anywhere ski. It has grip and energy for skiing on pistes and firmer conditions, the stability for rougher snow, and the float and balance for powder. It’s a great option for skiers who want to play around off the side of the pistes and also search a bit further for some different slopes, as well as spending plenty of time on groomed runs chasing friends.Skier TypeConfident all condition skiers looking for a wide all mountain ski or narrow freeride option. Considering the performance on offer and all the places this ski can take you, it is surprisingly easy to use and will suit aspring all mountain skiers who want to explore more, as well as better skiers who want a playful but reliable all terrain model. There’s no metal so it won’t suit the chargers.OverviewShape94mm underfoot works in a variety of conditions, narrow enough for medium and long radius turns and with the width for some float away from the pistes. early Rise rocker assists with the ride in soft snow and the early Taper creates long tips and tails for smoother hadnling when conditions are rough. Rockerearly Rise at the tip and tail lift them away from the snow to bring the contact points closer to the centre of the ski. This increases the ski's lift in deep snow and allows it to engage more quickly on hardpack when rolled over on edge.CoreAspenlite uses aspen as it is lightweight and resilient, making it a great all round material.ConstructionCombining the precision of sidewall underfoot, and the lightweight, durable performance of cap construction in the tip and tail, Capwall provides the best of both worlds.Key FeaturesCarbon Magic FingersA wide array of carbon stretching from tip to tail for added stability without sacrificing weight.5Cut Multi-Radius SidecutFive different radiuses are blended into the ski’s sidecut. The result? A wide variety of turn shapes and an intuitive feel.Thin TipSuper thin core and sidewalls in the tips are 100 grams lighter per pair for reduced swing weight and tip bounce.eB tester’s comments: Claire (Milton Keynes) This was so much fun. Being a much softer ski than what I would normally be used to I was a hesitant, however, my mind was quickly changed. It was really responsive and let me have lots of fun on the snow.Size (cm)Tip Width (mm)Waist Width (mm)Tail Width (mm)Radius (m)Weight (g)1511319411711.8.1581319411713.1.1651319411714.5.General InformationSkier Ability: Intermediate|AdvancedRocker: Tip/Tail RockerRadius: ShortBindings: Ski sold flatDIN: n/aConstruction: Semi SidewallCore: WoodDemo: No [Full Details]
The 2024 Line Chronic TC 94 is a brand-new shape and construction for next year but keeps the same light yet solid and playful feel of the old Chronics, which have been a staple twin tip for many freestylers over the years. The graphics are inspired by the Travelling Circus bus which is now adorned with doodles that pay tribute to the epic adventures of the TC crew. An aspen veneer core provides plenty of pop for boosting off kickers while Thin Tips keep the weight down giving them an easy to jib feel whether lapping the park or playing on the rest of the hill. Beefed up Thick-Cut sidewalls give greater durability but also helps to amplify edge hold, so they rip surprising well on-piste too. This is a very limited-edition version of a 2024 ski, available now.Terrain Type & Ability LevelTerrain Type Works best in the park and on firmer snow, but has enough width to have a play or jib about on naturual features when the snow is soft too.Skier TypeFreestyle skiers, whether they spend all their time in the park or who take their skiing onto the mountain as much as they use man made features.OverviewShapeAt 94mm it's well suited to the park providing super stability on landings and rails plus rocker stops the tips and tails from hooking-up and spitting you out if you land off balance. Should you head away from the terrain park it feels nimble and the 16.3m radius (178cm) rails nicely on hard pack, but there's also ample width for most to play about in some soft snow too. RockerRockered tips and tails are combined with positive camber under foot to allow the ski to charge with ease through unpredictable snow and maintain a solid carve when asked to do so. Turn the whole mountain into your playground.CoreAn Aspen Veneer Core uses aspen stringers to create a lightweight, snappy and engaged feel. ConstructionThick-Cut Sidewalls for grip on hard snow plus added edge strength and durability when hitting features in the park Key FeaturesBio-ResinBio-Resins are made from more sustainable sources and have less envorimental impact than traditional resins used in ski manufacturing. Not only that, they also have an increased bonding within the core for improved durabilty and performance.Thin TipA thin core & sidewall in the tips are 100 grams lighter per pair for reduced swing weight for improved manoeuvrability & reduced tip bounce for better snow contact and handling.Size (cm)Tip Width (mm)Waist Width (mm)Tail Width (mm)Radius (m)Weight (g)1711781239411716.31920185General InformationSkier Ability: Intermediate|Advanced|expertTerrain Type: FreestyleRocker: Tip/Tail RockerRadius: MediumBase: SinteredBindings: Ski sold flatDIN: n/aConstruction: Full SidewallCore: WoodDemo: Demo: No [Full Details]
The 2024 Line Chronic TC 94 is a brand-new shape and construction for next year but keeps the same light yet solid and playful feel of the old Chronics, which have been a staple twin tip for many freestylers over the years. The graphics are inspired by the Travelling Circus bus which is now adorned with doodles that pay tribute to the epic adventures of the TC crew. An aspen veneer core provides plenty of pop for boosting off kickers while Thin Tips keep the weight down giving them an easy to jib feel whether lapping the park or playing on the rest of the hill. Beefed up Thick-Cut sidewalls give greater durability but also helps to amplify edge hold, so they rip surprising well on-piste too. This is a very limited-edition version of a 2024 ski, available now.Terrain Type & Ability LevelTerrain Type Works best in the park and on firmer snow, but has enough width to have a play or jib about on naturual features when the snow is soft too.Skier TypeFreestyle skiers, whether they spend all their time in the park or who take their skiing onto the mountain as much as they use man made features.OverviewShapeAt 94mm it's well suited to the park providing super stability on landings and rails plus rocker stops the tips and tails from hooking-up and spitting you out if you land off balance. Should you head away from the terrain park it feels nimble and the 16.3m radius (178cm) rails nicely on hard pack, but there's also ample width for most to play about in some soft snow too. RockerRockered tips and tails are combined with positive camber under foot to allow the ski to charge with ease through unpredictable snow and maintain a solid carve when asked to do so. Turn the whole mountain into your playground.CoreAn Aspen Veneer Core uses aspen stringers to create a lightweight, snappy and engaged feel. ConstructionThick-Cut Sidewalls for grip on hard snow plus added edge strength and durability when hitting features in the park Key FeaturesBio-ResinBio-Resins are made from more sustainable sources and have less envorimental impact than traditional resins used in ski manufacturing. Not only that, they also have an increased bonding within the core for improved durabilty and performance.Thin TipA thin core & sidewall in the tips are 100 grams lighter per pair for reduced swing weight for improved manoeuvrability & reduced tip bounce for better snow contact and handling.Size (cm)Tip Width (mm)Waist Width (mm)Tail Width (mm)Radius (m)Weight (g)1711781239411716.31920185General InformationSkier Ability: Intermediate|Advanced|expertTerrain Type: FreestyleRocker: Tip/Tail RockerRadius: MediumBase: SinteredBindings: Ski sold flatDIN: n/aConstruction: Full SidewallCore: WoodDemo: Demo: No [Full Details]
The 2024 Line Chronic TC 94 is a brand-new shape and construction for next year but keeps the same light yet solid and playful feel of the old Chronics, which have been a staple twin tip for many freestylers over the years. The graphics are inspired by the Travelling Circus bus which is now adorned with doodles that pay tribute to the epic adventures of the TC crew. An aspen veneer core provides plenty of pop for boosting off kickers while Thin Tips keep the weight down giving them an easy to jib feel whether lapping the park or playing on the rest of the hill. Beefed up Thick-Cut sidewalls give greater durability but also helps to amplify edge hold, so they rip surprising well on-piste too. This is a very limited-edition version of a 2024 ski, available now.Terrain Type & Ability LevelTerrain Type Works best in the park and on firmer snow, but has enough width to have a play or jib about on naturual features when the snow is soft too.Skier TypeFreestyle skiers, whether they spend all their time in the park or who take their skiing onto the mountain as much as they use man made features.OverviewShapeAt 94mm it's well suited to the park providing super stability on landings and rails plus rocker stops the tips and tails from hooking-up and spitting you out if you land off balance. Should you head away from the terrain park it feels nimble and the 16.3m radius (178cm) rails nicely on hard pack, but there's also ample width for most to play about in some soft snow too. RockerRockered tips and tails are combined with positive camber under foot to allow the ski to charge with ease through unpredictable snow and maintain a solid carve when asked to do so. Turn the whole mountain into your playground.CoreAn Aspen Veneer Core uses aspen stringers to create a lightweight, snappy and engaged feel. ConstructionThick-Cut Sidewalls for grip on hard snow plus added edge strength and durability when hitting features in the park Key FeaturesBio-ResinBio-Resins are made from more sustainable sources and have less envorimental impact than traditional resins used in ski manufacturing. Not only that, they also have an increased bonding within the core for improved durabilty and performance.Thin TipA thin core & sidewall in the tips are 100 grams lighter per pair for reduced swing weight for improved manoeuvrability & reduced tip bounce for better snow contact and handling.Size (cm)Tip Width (mm)Waist Width (mm)Tail Width (mm)Radius (m)Weight (g)1711781239411716.31920185General InformationSkier Ability: Intermediate|Advanced|expertTerrain Type: FreestyleRocker: Tip/Tail RockerRadius: MediumBase: SinteredBindings: Ski sold flatDIN: n/aConstruction: Full SidewallCore: WoodDemo: Demo: No [Full Details]
The Blend is a reference all mountain twin, as happy sliding rails as it is buttering and pressing or searching for powder stashes. early rise tip and tail improves handling on any terrain; the 100mm waist and 20.5m radius provide stability in every condition. It's built tough too, with a Maple Macro core and both fat edges and bases. The result is a smooth, durable performance in an oversized footprint for embracing creativity.Terrain Type & Ability LevelTerrain Type The Blend was one one of the first, and still one of the best, all condition freestyle skis. As happy spending the day in the park as it is lapping powder or messing about on natural terrain. The tips and tails make it comfortable for butters and presses, whilst the centre section is plenty firm enough when it's time to put the hammer down.Skier TypeSkiers who want to use the whole mountain from park to pow, with plenty of time everywhere else whether it's trees, groomers or side hits. It'll press and butter, has the width for soft snow and still has the firmness so you can push it. It's a true all rounder so will suit anyone looking for a freestyle quiver of one.OverviewShape100mm underfoot and with a 20m (178cm) radius is ideal for a mix of park and all mountain, offering stability and float. A 5Cut Multi Radius Sidecut blends 5 different radii so that the ski is comfortable in a variety of turns and keeps an intuitive feel. early Taper moves the widest point of the sidecut so it begins tapering earlier in the tip and tail to reduce hook ups in soft snow.Rockerearly Rise at the tip and tail lift them away from the snow to bring the contact points closer to the centre of the ski. This increases the ski's lift in deep snow and allows it to engage more quickly on hardpack when rolled over on edge.CoreMaple Macroblock uses two full-length maple stringers surrounded by aspen for increased strength and durability. A Carbon Ollieband uses pre-stretched carbon down the centre of the ski for added pop and play.ConstructionCombining the precision of sidewall underfoot, and the lightweight, durable performance of cap construction in the tip and tail, Capwall Construction provides the best of both worlds.Key FeaturesFatty Base and edge30% thicker base and edge, 2.2mm wide x 2.5mm high steel edges and 1.7mm thick base dramatically increase durability and tuning life of the skis.Symmetric FlexThe same flex pattern in front and behind your boot conforms to terrain equally riding forward and backwards.Thin TipSuper thin core and sidewalls in the tip and tail are 100 grams lighter per pair for reduced swing weight and tip bounce.eB tester’s comments: Luke (Buying Team) A few spring slushy laps on these had me smiling. A typical Line ski, these felt playful, poppy and would suit someone who likes to treat the whole mountain as a fun park.Size (cm)Tip Width (mm)Waist Width (mm)Tail Width (mm)Radius (m)Weight (g)17113310012218.17813310012220.18513310012222.General InformationSkier Ability: Intermediate|Advanced|expertRocker: Tip/Tail RockerRadius: LongBindings: Ski sold flatDIN: n/aConstruction: Semi SidewallCore: WoodDemo: No [Full Details]
Marking the 15th anniversary of their iconic Travelling Circus, Line have released a limited-edition graphic of 2024’s all new Chronic 101. So not only is this next year’s ski, it’s also a super-limited edition. Featuring the graphics taken from the now doodle covered van used by the Travelling Circus, they pay homage to the crew’s epic adventures over the last decade. With a mega stable 101mm waist, tip and tail rocker plus a super poppy aspen veneer core, these twin tips are for the freestyler who loves to explore the whole mountain and are happy jibbing in the off-piste just as much as in the park or ripping down the piste. Thin Tips aid jibbing manoeuvrability and rounding off the ski are Thick-Cut Sidewalls that provide the bomb proof construction you need when regularly hitting features.  Terrain Type & Ability LevelTerrain Type Designed for park skiers, but with all-mountain capabilities too. Just as at home ripping up the piste as they are playing in soft snow and on kickers or rails.Skier TypeAdvanced and expert skiers wanting a freestyle ski that to ride anywhere. In reality, ability is less of factor, it’s more about mindset and wanting the looser feel of a freestyle ski to use everyday on the slopes, in the park or backcountry.OverviewShapeWith a 101mm waist, you can take the park focused Chronic 101 anywhere and it'll be just fine. A generous waist means tons stability for stomping tricks, cruising around chopped up pistes and decent float for riding in deeper snow. Tiip and tail rocker further aids floation and mellows out the handling on harder conditions too. RockerRockered tips and tails are combined with positive camber under foot to allow the ski to charge with ease through unpredictable snow and maintain a solid carve when asked to do so. Turn the whole mountain into your playground.CoreAn Aspen Veneer Core uses aspen stringers to create a lightweight, snappy and engaged feel. ConstructionThick-Cut Sidewalls for grip on hard snow plus added edge strength and durability when hitting features in the park Key FeaturesBio-ResinBio-Resins are made from more sustainable sources and have less envorimental impact than traditional resins used in ski manufacturing. Not only that, they also have an increased bonding within the core for improved durabilty and performance.Thin TipA thin core & sidewall in the tips are 100 grams lighter per pair for reduced swing weight for improved manoeuvrability & reduced tip bounce for better snow contact and handling.Size (cm)Tip Width (mm)Waist Width (mm)Tail Width (mm)Radius (m)Weight (g)17217913010112416.62030186General InformationSkier Ability: Intermediate|Advanced|expertTerrain Type: FreestyleRocker: Tip/Tail RockerRadius: MediumBase: SinteredBindings: Ski sold flatDIN: n/aConstruction: Full SidewallCore: WoodDemo: Demo: No [Full Details]
Marking the 15th anniversary of their iconic Travelling Circus, Line have released a limited-edition graphic of 2024’s all new Chronic 101. So not only is this next year’s ski, it’s also a super-limited edition. Featuring the graphics taken from the now doodle covered van used by the Travelling Circus, they pay homage to the crew’s epic adventures over the last decade. With a mega stable 101mm waist, tip and tail rocker plus a super poppy aspen veneer core, these twin tips are for the freestyler who loves to explore the whole mountain and are happy jibbing in the off-piste just as much as in the park or ripping down the piste. Thin Tips aid jibbing manoeuvrability and rounding off the ski are Thick-Cut Sidewalls that provide the bomb proof construction you need when regularly hitting features.  Terrain Type & Ability LevelTerrain Type Designed for park skiers, but with all-mountain capabilities too. Just as at home ripping up the piste as they are playing in soft snow and on kickers or rails.Skier TypeAdvanced and expert skiers wanting a freestyle ski that to ride anywhere. In reality, ability is less of factor, it’s more about mindset and wanting the looser feel of a freestyle ski to use everyday on the slopes, in the park or backcountry.OverviewShapeWith a 101mm waist, you can take the park focused Chronic 101 anywhere and it'll be just fine. A generous waist means tons stability for stomping tricks, cruising around chopped up pistes and decent float for riding in deeper snow. Tiip and tail rocker further aids floation and mellows out the handling on harder conditions too. RockerRockered tips and tails are combined with positive camber under foot to allow the ski to charge with ease through unpredictable snow and maintain a solid carve when asked to do so. Turn the whole mountain into your playground.CoreAn Aspen Veneer Core uses aspen stringers to create a lightweight, snappy and engaged feel. ConstructionThick-Cut Sidewalls for grip on hard snow plus added edge strength and durability when hitting features in the park Key FeaturesBio-ResinBio-Resins are made from more sustainable sources and have less envorimental impact than traditional resins used in ski manufacturing. Not only that, they also have an increased bonding within the core for improved durabilty and performance.Thin TipA thin core & sidewall in the tips are 100 grams lighter per pair for reduced swing weight for improved manoeuvrability & reduced tip bounce for better snow contact and handling.Size (cm)Tip Width (mm)Waist Width (mm)Tail Width (mm)Radius (m)Weight (g)17217913010112416.62030186General InformationSkier Ability: Intermediate|Advanced|expertTerrain Type: FreestyleRocker: Tip/Tail RockerRadius: MediumBase: SinteredBindings: Ski sold flatDIN: n/aConstruction: Full SidewallCore: WoodDemo: Demo: No [Full Details]
Marking the 15th anniversary of their iconic Travelling Circus, Line have released a limited-edition graphic of 2024’s all new Chronic 101. So not only is this next year’s ski, it’s also a super-limited edition. Featuring the graphics taken from the now doodle covered van used by the Travelling Circus, they pay homage to the crew’s epic adventures over the last decade. With a mega stable 101mm waist, tip and tail rocker plus a super poppy aspen veneer core, these twin tips are for the freestyler who loves to explore the whole mountain and are happy jibbing in the off-piste just as much as in the park or ripping down the piste. Thin Tips aid jibbing manoeuvrability and rounding off the ski are Thick-Cut Sidewalls that provide the bomb proof construction you need when regularly hitting features.  Terrain Type & Ability LevelTerrain Type Designed for park skiers, but with all-mountain capabilities too. Just as at home ripping up the piste as they are playing in soft snow and on kickers or rails.Skier TypeAdvanced and expert skiers wanting a freestyle ski that to ride anywhere. In reality, ability is less of factor, it’s more about mindset and wanting the looser feel of a freestyle ski to use everyday on the slopes, in the park or backcountry.OverviewShapeWith a 101mm waist, you can take the park focused Chronic 101 anywhere and it'll be just fine. A generous waist means tons stability for stomping tricks, cruising around chopped up pistes and decent float for riding in deeper snow. Tiip and tail rocker further aids floation and mellows out the handling on harder conditions too. RockerRockered tips and tails are combined with positive camber under foot to allow the ski to charge with ease through unpredictable snow and maintain a solid carve when asked to do so. Turn the whole mountain into your playground.CoreAn Aspen Veneer Core uses aspen stringers to create a lightweight, snappy and engaged feel. ConstructionThick-Cut Sidewalls for grip on hard snow plus added edge strength and durability when hitting features in the park Key FeaturesBio-ResinBio-Resins are made from more sustainable sources and have less envorimental impact than traditional resins used in ski manufacturing. Not only that, they also have an increased bonding within the core for improved durabilty and performance.Thin TipA thin core & sidewall in the tips are 100 grams lighter per pair for reduced swing weight for improved manoeuvrability & reduced tip bounce for better snow contact and handling.Size (cm)Tip Width (mm)Waist Width (mm)Tail Width (mm)Radius (m)Weight (g)17217913010112416.62030186General InformationSkier Ability: Intermediate|Advanced|expertTerrain Type: FreestyleRocker: Tip/Tail RockerRadius: MediumBase: SinteredBindings: Ski sold flatDIN: n/aConstruction: Full SidewallCore: WoodDemo: Demo: No [Full Details]
The Sir Francis Bacon seems to have been around since the dawn of time, with each new model evolving and pushing the boundaries that define any category. It’s a ski built to let the skier express themselves in any location or condition: slashes, carves, butters, spins in powder, park or piste. The features like the Convex shaping and 5Cut Sidecut provide performance and looseness at the same time, all it needs is a willing skier to explore the mountain. Terrain Type & Ability LevelTerrain Type everywhere on the mountain from park laps to piste runs and side hits, with backcountry kickers and powder slopes. Skier TypeAll terrain freestyle skiers with the mentality to have fun, be creative and ski the way they want. It’s less about ability and more about mindset. OverviewShape107mm in the waist with an average radius of 16m (184cm) makes for a ski that feels playful and easy to turn, with the width to float. Lots of clever features enhance this, such as the 3D Convex Tips & Tails that loosens the feel, the early Rise that increases manoeuvrability and the early Taper which moves the contact points away from the tip and tail to reduce hooking in the turn. Add in a symmetric flex for riding forward and backward and it’s easy to see why the Sir Francis Bacon is so fun to ski.Rockerearly Rise at the tip and tail lift them away from the snow to bring the contact points closer to the centre of the ski. This increases the ski's lift in deep snow and allows it to engage more quickly on hardpack when rolled over on edge.CoreLine’s Partly Cloudy core uses stringers of paulownia and maple. The paulownia is a lively, flexible wood with excellent weight to strength ratio; the maple is a dense, hardwood with excellent power transfer and stability. This combination helps keep the weight down without sacrificing performance.ConstructionSidewall uses Ultra-High Density Polyethylene vertical walls over the edges to absorb vibrations and provide powerful energy transmission. Thin Tip uses a super thin core and sidewalls in the tips and tails to reduce swing weight as well as tip and tail bounce.Key Features3D Convex Tips & TailsDeveloped by eric Pollard, convex contouring across the tip and tail of the ski loosen the ski feel by increasing powder snow displacement – and creating a tip and tail more inclined to plane – for an added dimension of turn shape.5Cut Multi-Radius SidecutFive different radiuses are blended into the ski’s sidecut. The result? A wide variety of turn shapes and an intuitive feel.Fatty Base & edge30% thicker base and edge, 2.2mm wide and 2.5mm high steel edges, and a 1.7mm thick base dramatically increase durability and tuning life the skis.eB tester’s comments: Luke (Buying Team) At 107mm you might think these are more suited for powder days and soft snow, however, they are playful everywhere and still rip when you want to go fast.Size (cm)Tip Width (mm)Waist Width (mm)Tail Width (mm)Radius (m)Weight (g)17614310713914.5.18414310713916.19014310713917.General InformationSkier Ability: Advanced|expertRocker: Tip/Tail RockerRadius: ShortBindings: Ski sold flatDIN: n/aConstruction: Full SidewallCore: WoodDemo: NoSizing Description: Forehead to over head height. The increased length ensures better grip, stability and floatation and is essential to making the ski work to its full potential. Large rockers at the tip mean it is important not to size down. [Full Details]
A previous Ski Of The Year from Powder Magazine and proof that the ski world is hungry for new shapes and product inspiration. The Line Sakana is a versatile all-mountain ski like no other on the market. With a 105mm waist and signature swallowtail design, the Sakana offers unmatched carving abilities paired with deep snow float. This is the best ski for all mountain carving, slashing and just generally having a great time. Grab yourself a pair of Sakana's and start drawing your own lines down the mountain.Terrain Type & Ability LevelTerrain Type It's a new take on an all mountain ski, as happy ripping out tight carves on groomed pistes as it is slashing turns on deep powder or popping off natural features. It's certainly different and it's definitely fun.Skier TypeAll mountain skiers who want a fun, playful ski that also has bags of performance for turning and burning. Maybe your park skis just don't have the zip you require or the ability to keep up with your buddies on piste, or maybe your traditional all mountain skis don't have the fun factor and pop of your favourite twins. The Sakana covers this, so if you want one ski to do everything, even powder laps, and you want to do it with blend of park pop and piste turning then look no further.OverviewShapeThe shape is certainly a head turner, with the deep sidecut and the swallowtail. 105mm might sound wide in the waist but with the 15m (174cm) radius, and the clever shape and construction, the Sakana remains playful at all times. A 5Cut Multi Radius Sidecut blends 5 different radii so that the ski is comfortable in a variety of turns and keeps an intuitive feel. early Taper at the tip means the widest point of the sidecut begins tapering earlier which reduces hook-ups in powder.Rockerearly Rise at the tip means it lifts away from the snow to bring the contact points closer to the centre of the ski. This increases the ski's lift in deep snow and allows it to engage more quickly on hardpack when rolled over on edge.CoreLine's Partly Cloudy core uses stringers of paulownia and maple. The paulownia is a lively, flexible wood with excellent weight to strength ratio; the maple is a dense, hardwood with excellent power transfer and stability. This combination helps keep the weight down without sacrificing performance. Carbon Stringers add pop but are offset by Flax Taping with the result that stiffness is added without the pingy, deflective properties of carbon.ConstructionSidewall Construction uses an ultra-high density polyethylene over the edges to absorb vibrations and provide powerful energy transmission.Key FeaturesSwallowtailThe most striking element of the design is the swallowtail. This is a dramatic tail knockout that de-couples the farthest reaches of the effective edge while simultaneously forcing the tail of the ski down in soft snow. The result is a ski that can be ridden at shorter lengths without sacrificing performance. An eye-catcher for sure in the lift line but it's not just eye-candy, designer and skier eric Pollard pushed for this feature after experiencing its advantages in surfing and snowboard designs. The swallowtail is as important as what it is, as what it's not! The absence of material in the tail drastically reduces weight while the shape maintains a long effective edge for arching turns and staying in control. In powder, the tail drops you back in the snow lifting your tips for ample flotation while maintaining a neutral skiing stance so you're not in the backseat trying to stay afloat. For those concerned about durability have no fear, the tail is reinforced with titanal so stay in once piece.Directional FlexThe softer tip floats and initiates turns easily while the stiffer tail provides power, stability and high speed control.eB tester’s comments: Luke (Buying Team) I was luckily enough to use these on a powder day, dipping off the piste for some fresh turns and back on lower down. They floated with ease, never felt like you had to work to keep the tips up. You could really feel the tail spit you out of turns with tonnes of energy and life. Probably the most fun I had during the whole week.Size (cm)Tip Width (mm)Waist Width (mm)Tail Width (mm)Radius (m)Weight (g)16615010513813.3.17415010513815.18115010513816.3.General InformationSkier Ability: Advanced|expertRocker: Tip RockerRadius: ShortBindings: Ski sold flatDIN: n/aConstruction: Full SidewallCore: WoodDemo: No [Full Details]
A previous Ski Of The Year from Powder Magazine and proof that the ski world is hungry for new shapes and product inspiration. The Line Sakana is a versatile all-mountain ski like no other on the market. With a 105mm waist and signature swallowtail design, the Sakana offers unmatched carving abilities paired with deep snow float. This is the best ski for all mountain carving, slashing and just generally having a great time. Grab yourself a pair of Sakana's and start drawing your own lines down the mountain.Terrain Type & Ability LevelTerrain Type It's a new take on an all mountain ski, as happy ripping out tight carves on groomed pistes as it is slashing turns on deep powder or popping off natural features. It's certainly different and it's definitely fun.Skier TypeAll mountain skiers who want a fun, playful ski that also has bags of performance for turning and burning. Maybe your park skis just don't have the zip you require or the ability to keep up with your buddies on piste, or maybe your traditional all mountain skis don't have the fun factor and pop of your favourite twins. The Sakana covers this, so if you want one ski to do everything, even powder laps, and you want to do it with blend of park pop and piste turning then look no further.OverviewShapeThe shape is certainly a head turner, with the deep sidecut and the swallowtail. 105mm might sound wide in the waist but with the 15m (174cm) radius, and the clever shape and construction, the Sakana remains playful at all times. A 5Cut Multi Radius Sidecut blends 5 different radii so that the ski is comfortable in a variety of turns and keeps an intuitive feel. early Taper at the tip means the widest point of the sidecut begins tapering earlier which reduces hook-ups in powder.Rockerearly Rise at the tip means it lifts away from the snow to bring the contact points closer to the centre of the ski. This increases the ski's lift in deep snow and allows it to engage more quickly on hardpack when rolled over on edge.CoreLine's Partly Cloudy core uses stringers of paulownia and maple. The paulownia is a lively, flexible wood with excellent weight to strength ratio; the maple is a dense, hardwood with excellent power transfer and stability. This combination helps keep the weight down without sacrificing performance. Carbon Stringers add pop but are offset by Flax Taping with the result that stiffness is added without the pingy, deflective properties of carbon.ConstructionSidewall Construction uses an ultra-high density polyethylene over the edges to absorb vibrations and provide powerful energy transmission.Key FeaturesSwallowtailThe most striking element of the design is the swallowtail. This is a dramatic tail knockout that de-couples the farthest reaches of the effective edge while simultaneously forcing the tail of the ski down in soft snow. The result is a ski that can be ridden at shorter lengths without sacrificing performance. An eye-catcher for sure in the lift line but it's not just eye-candy, designer and skier eric Pollard pushed for this feature after experiencing its advantages in surfing and snowboard designs. The swallowtail is as important as what it is, as what it's not! The absence of material in the tail drastically reduces weight while the shape maintains a long effective edge for arching turns and staying in control. In powder, the tail drops you back in the snow lifting your tips for ample flotation while maintaining a neutral skiing stance so you're not in the backseat trying to stay afloat. For those concerned about durability have no fear, the tail is reinforced with titanal so stay in once piece.Directional FlexThe softer tip floats and initiates turns easily while the stiffer tail provides power, stability and high speed control.eB tester’s comments: Luke (Buying Team) I was luckily enough to use these on a powder day, dipping off the piste for some fresh turns and back on lower down. They floated with ease, never felt like you had to work to keep the tips up. You could really feel the tail spit you out of turns with tonnes of energy and life. Probably the most fun I had during the whole week.Size (cm)Tip Width (mm)Waist Width (mm)Tail Width (mm)Radius (m)Weight (g)16615010513813.3.17415010513815.18115010513816.3.General InformationSkier Ability: Advanced|expertRocker: Tip RockerRadius: ShortBindings: Ski sold flatDIN: n/aConstruction: Full SidewallCore: WoodDemo: No [Full Details]
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