“You should totally call in sick tomorrow so we can go shred some fresh…” You know you have been convinced, on at least one occasion, to blow off work and go ski or ride. You probably have even been the one doing the convincing, I know I have. This on-going conversation between friends during ski [...]
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2015 Review: Floats like a pow ski, rips like a carving ski. For those looking for extra performance for fun in the powder without ever losing grip on the hardpack. The Development Team for the Sick Day series are Eric Pollard, Andrew Whiteford, Colter Hinchliffe, and Max Hammer. Skiing Magazine Ski of the Year 2013-14.
Maple Macroblock Core
5Cut (5 different sizes of sidecut radii blended into 1)
|Skill Level:||1 = Beginner 10 = Expert|
|Tail Type:||Semi Twin Tip|
Line Skis began as a school project in Buffalo, NY in 1995 with the goal of making a ski that was more fun. By using the best aspects of snowboards, founder Jason Levinthal, created a symetrical, twin tip ski. The company quickly grew and evolved into making full length twin tipped skis and powder skis. The Line story is less about a business and more about a passion for doing what you love. Line's actions have always been based on this passion for the sport, and the idea that what's best for skiing is best for skiers and any businesses involved.