• Line Skis

    Chronic

    $700.00

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    Manufacturer's Description

    With catch-free rocker in the tip and tail, absurdly light swingweight, and bombproof Capwall construction, the LINE Chronic is built to withstand it all. This ain’t no park pony that can’t hang the second you push beyond the manmade park; the Chronic offers the stability, durability, and snappy feel needed to explore features all over the mountain.

    Guide-type

    Hardgoods

    Brand Name

    Line Skis

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    Skiers Choice

    No

    Dimensions

    121-92-117

    Lengths

    164, 171, 178, 185cm

    Radius

    19m @ 178cm

    Features

    Maple MacroblockTM Core ‰Û¢ 5-CutTM Geom- etry ‰Û¢ Capwall Construction ‰Û¢ Symmetric Flex ‰Û¢ Fatty Base & Edge

    Guide-year

    2018

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    Sick Day 104

    $750.00

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    Manufacturer's Description

    From day one, the Line Sick Day series has been a dependable all-mountain ride for many skiers. A nice blend of rocker and taper made it easy to ski in just about every condition. But the old version also had its drawbacks, specifically in how the ski deflected in chop, variable chunder, and firm snow. For this reason, it became popular as a touring and soft-snow ski since it felt most at home off-piste. For 2017-18, Line redesigns the Sick Day, a welcome change for skiers who felt the old one just didn’t stand up to daily hill-banging.

    Immediately, I could tell a significant difference in how well the new Sick Day held an edge at speed and delivered power throughout the turn. It even smoked through the chunder at the bottom of the highly variable Dictator Chutes at Big Sky. At that moment, I knew the Sick Day 104 should be a serious consideration for any skier looking for a reliable every-day resort ski.

    The one complaint I had was that it felt just a tad overmatched by Big Sky’s heaviest terrain, which, in all fairness, is a tough bar to reach for the majority of the skis on the market.

    The new Sick Day adds two millimeters underfoot, from 102 to 104, giving you a wider platform to crush chicken heads. But it also has a less aggressive taper and more subtle rocker profile, which has helped to eliminate deflection and the annoying hollow sound in the tip. This allows you to drive the ski without worrying about getting bucked off. The ski delivers such a robust feel that I assumed it had metal. I was surprised to learn that not only does it not have metal, the core shifts from maple, in the old model, to aspen and carbon in the new version. The construction provides a sweet whip at just 1889 grams per ski. So it’s still friendly on the skin track. —Matt Hansen

    Guide-type

    Hardgoods

    Brand Name

    Line Skis

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    Skiers Choice

    No

    Dimensions

    137-104-121

    Lengths

    172, 179, 186

    Radius

    19.3

    Guide-year

    2018

    Product-collection

    The Best Every Day Skis of the Year

    Product-type

    skis

  • Line Skis

    Sick Day 104

    $750.00

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    Manufacturer's Description

    Completely retooled and reimagined, the new LINE Sick Day 104 is a insanely lightweight, do-anything, crudbusting rocket ship built for intergalactic arcing. Rail on hardpack, break the tails loose in variable, and plane in pow. Tying in a nimble feel with the perfect blend of rocker and taper, the Sick Day 104 will be your everyday ski for good times. What- ever, wherever she goes, bud.

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    Hardgoods

    Brand Name

    Line Skis

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    Skiers Choice

    Yes

    Dimensions

    137-104-121

    Lengths

    172, 179, 186cm

    Radius

    19.3 @ 179cm

    Features

    Magic Fingers Carbon Filaments TM ‰Û¢ AspenliteTM Core ‰Û¢ 5-CutTM Geometry ‰Û¢ Capwall Construction ‰Û¢ Directional Flex

    Guide-year

    2018

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  • Line Skis

    Sick Day 114

    $850.00

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    Manufacturer's Description

    Line’s Sick Day series has developed a bit of a cult following of skiers looking to blur the line between something they can get playful with but still drive without being battered around too much. The new Sick Day 114 makes me think Line is moving toward a stiffer and directional feel, as this ski is burly as all hell. This is a welcome update made possible by an aspen core that provides the best strength-to-weight ratio along with some carbon filaments for added dampness and rebound out of the turn. This construction, along with a just below 24-meter radius sidecut, gives this ski a lighter feel with added responsiveness.

    In short, this ski does not sacrifice all mountain performance to cut weight in the pow. Instead, it is the glorious combination of both light and sturdy. That being said, there are skis that go lighter than that 2000-gram mark that perform similarly, so I wouldn’t go throwing a lightweight tech binding on this ski unless you have the boot to push it properly.

    In addition, while there is no question that at speed the Sick Day 114 will elicit Cheshire cat grins, one needs to maintain that speed or the ski gets bogged down and can react slowly. The rocker amount in the tip and tail seems right for the width, and it translates pretty well to softer snow conditions in all but nipple-deep days with a shovel that reaches 140 millimeters of width. This was evident off the South Bowl reaching the Yeti Traverse on to Lenin as about three to six inches had blown in the night before. The cloud cover had socked in a bit but the ski pushed me to go harder when conditions got tougher.

    If you are looking for a directional, powder oriented ski that you can push the speed limit on that wants you to push it even more after that, then the Sick Day 114 from Line is your ticket to a good time. —Wally Phillips

    Guide-type

    Hardgoods

    Brand Name

    Line Skis

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    Skiers Choice

    No

    Dimensions

    140-114-126

    Lengths

    180, 190

    Radius

    23.9

    Guide-year

    2018

    Product-collection

    The Best Powder Skis of the Year

    Product-type

    skis

  • Line Skis

    Sick Day 114

    $850.00

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    Manufacturer's Description

    The all-new and completely redesigned Sick Day 114, with a healthy dose of rocker and taper in both the tip and tail, is the ultimate fat ski for the deepest days imaginable. You’ll be surfing the deep and rallying the steep. And thanks to Magic Finger Carbon FilamentsTM you can charge past all those nerds on their floppy, “powder-specific‰” boats once things get tracked out. Go fast, take chances.

    Guide-type

    Hardgoods

    Brand Name

    Line Skis

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    Skiers Choice

    Yes

    Dimensions

    140-114-126

    Lengths

    180, 190cm

    Radius

    23.9m @ 180

    Features

    Magic Fingers Carbon Filaments TM ‰Û¢ Partly CloudyTM Core ‰Û¢ 5-CutTM Geometry ‰Û¢ Capwall Construc- tion ‰Û¢ Directional Flex

    Guide-year

    2018

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  • Line Skis

    Sir Francis Bacon

    $850.00

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    Manufacturer's Description

    Refined, playful, and stable, the LINE Sir Francis Bacon has been the defining powder freestyle ski for years—and the 2017-2018 iteration is no different. Shaped and stylized by Eric Pollard himself, the Bacon plays all over the mountain in any snow condition thanks to a symmetric flex and 104mm waist. Turn the mountain into your personal canvas and leave your mark.

    Guide-type

    Hardgoods

    Brand Name

    Line Skis

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    Skiers Choice

    No

    Dimensions

    135-104-131

    Lengths

    178, 184, 190cm

    Radius

    17.4 @1 84cm

    Features

    Partly CloudyTM Core ‰Û¢ 5-Cut TM Geom- etry ‰Û¢ Sidewall Construction ‰Û¢ Symmetric FlexTM

    Guide-year

    2018

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  • Line Skis

    Supernatural 86 & 92

    $700.00

    Manufacturer's Description

    Lively, responsive and impossible to overwhelm are the terms our ski engineer Jed Yeiser uses to describe his goals in designing the Supernatural Series. Introduced this year, a BRAND NEW Supernatural 86 and RE-DESIGNED Supernatural 92. Flex pro les and sidecut progression remain similar to the rest of the Supernatural Series, but the new skis get a tighter 5-CutTM Geometry to add a bit of quickness and ease turn initiation. “I’ve been on these all over the world, and they always leave a shit-eating grin on my face.” – Jed

    Brand Description

    Skiing wasn’t fun in the early 90’s - what were the options? Straight, stiff & uninspiring skis. In 1995, LINE began with the mission to challenge the status quo – to reclaim that enjoyment that comes from strapping sticks to your feet & sending yourself down a slope at gravity’s disposal. Every page of this magazine - every innovation is a testament to what we at LINE have been doing for years! New shapes, lengths, flexes and construction created from the minds of skiers who wanted to achieve the simple goal – to make skiing MORE FUNNER!

    Guide-type

    Hardgoods

    Guide-year

    2017

    Brand Name

    Line Skis

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    Skiers Choice

    No

    Style Of Ski

    All Mountain

    Dimensions

    125-86-112 or 131-92-118

    Sizes

    165, 172, 179, 186*cm

    Radius

    17.8 m & 19.6m

    Features

    Mable Macroblock Core • Directional FlexTM 5-CutTM Geometry • Sidewall

  • Line Skis

    Tom Wallisch Pro

    $550.00

    Manufacturer's Description

    NEW! This is Tom Wallisch’s ski – literally. It goes anywhere Tom does – on rails, o jumps, on quad kinks, on podiums, on … oh you get the point. We teamed up with Tom to deliver the tool he needed to go from park to urban and back in production form. No hidden powers – the skis Tom rides in Good Company lms are the skis you can pick up at your local LINE dealer! The #LINETWPro has a progressive tip and tail shape that reduces swing weight while the Carbon Ol- liebandTM adds even more pop! lineskis.com/s/twpro

    Brand Description

    Skiing wasn’t fun in the early 90’s - what were the options? Straight, stiff & uninspiring skis. In 1995, LINE began with the mission to challenge the status quo – to reclaim that enjoyment that comes from strapping sticks to your feet & sending yourself down a slope at gravity’s disposal. Every page of this magazine - every innovation is a testament to what we at LINE have been doing for years! New shapes, lengths, flexes and construction created from the minds of skiers who wanted to achieve the simple goal – to make skiing MORE FUNNER!

    Guide-type

    Hardgoods

    Guide-year

    2017

    Brand Name

    Line Skis

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    Skiers Choice

    No

    Style Of Ski

    All Mountain

    Dimensions

    117-90-112

    Sizes

    164, 171, 178cm

    Radius

    20.8 m

    Features

    Maple Macroblock Core • Symmetric FlexTM Carbon OlliebandTM • Capwall

  • Line Skis

    Pescado

    $1,050.00

    Manufacturer's Description

    The Pescado is a BRAND NEW directional ski from Eric Pollard that’s radically different from anything out there, in part because of its fish shape. The ski features a wide forebody with limited early taper and a 125mm width that easily floats atop deep powder. The knockout in the tail means a longer effective edge for hold where you need it while keeping rigidity of the tails to a minimum, delivering a surfy signature and poppy exit through the turn. With Bamboo Sidewalls, Partly CloudyTM Core and a veneer top sheet, the Pescado fuses the best of surfing, art and skiing. lineskis.com/s/pescado

    Brand Description

    Skiing wasn’t fun in the early 90’s - what were the options? Straight, stiff & uninspiring skis. In 1995, LINE began with the mission to challenge the status quo – to reclaim that enjoyment that comes from strapping sticks to your feet & sending yourself down a slope at gravity’s disposal. Every page of this magazine - every innovation is a testament to what we at LINE have been doing for years! New shapes, lengths, flexes and construction created from the minds of skiers who wanted to achieve the simple goal – to make skiing MORE FUNNER!

    Guide-type

    Hardgoods

    Guide-year

    2017

    Brand Name

    Line Skis

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    Skiers Choice

    No

    Style Of Ski

    Powder

    Dimensions

    158-125-147

    Sizes

    180 cm

    Radius

    19 m

    Features

    Lightweight Partly CloudyTM Core • Bamboo Sidewalls • Veneer Top Sheet • Swallow Tail