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By: Alex

Seven 2024 Skis We're Stoked About

Say Yes to the Fresh. With new playful all-mountain models that inspire new tricks and stunts, all the way to big-mountain chargers that challenge us in new ways, there's plenty of new gear to be excited about for the upcoming season. 2024 skis bring variety, innovation in sustainability and new ski constructions, and sick new graphics (which, let's be honest, is what excites skiers the most). It's hard to pick just our favorite seven out of everything new, but these are some of the models that left the biggest grins on our faces after testing. Loading up the truck after a full ... Continue Reading

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By: Matt

2023-2024 Line Bacon 108 Review

All the Bacon. For a decade, the Line Sir Francis Bacon has been one of those coveted, culty skis that builds a devoted following among skiers. Cool topsheets, cool name, fun and fairly unique on the snow—it's easy to see why people liked it. This ski tester, in fact, owned a pair of the 2014 version (the blue tree, if you're in the know). It's always interesting to see how brands approach overhauls of legendary models. Line's move? More bacon. Line Bacon 108 Review: Field Notes The new release drops the "Sir Francis" (sorry bud), adds a model (the new Bacon 115), ... Continue Reading

2023-2024 Line Skis Preview

Line Skis 2024: The First Look More Bacon. Everybody's got identifiers. The things they're known for. The core traits of their personality. The things that make you...you. For Line Skis, it's freestyle. Making fun skis for fun skiers. So, for 2023-2024, Line focuses their attention on their family of all-mountain freestyle skis by updating the skis under two classic names: Bacon (now shortened from "Sir Francis Bacon") and Chronic. These two names and four ski models comprise the soul of Line's new collection, featuring new art, shapes, and ... Continue Reading

Our Take On The 2024 Line Bacon 108:

Like their namesake food, Line Bacon skis have been revered for centuries. OK, maybe not quite that long, but the original Line Sir Francis Bacon attracted a cultish following. Indeed it may be one of the most fun skis ever. Needless to say, the stakes were high for Line's redesign of that ski and the release of the new Bacon 108 and Bacon 115 for 2023-2024. The fresh skis are a definite departure from the originals, but they are still aimed at the same crowd: open-minded skiers who like to paint with a large brush. Light and soft in the tips and tails, the Bacon 108 butters, bends, and pops with gusto. But when you want to attack the fall line, stomp a landing, or play chicken with some rough conditions, a stout build underfoot and reinforced sidewalls give you a planted and supportive feel. It is meatier than the original, no doubt, and more durable. And with that blend of a playful/soft flex and a burly platform underfoot, the new Bacon 108 offers a unique ride in a world where so many skis feel the same. We recommend the Bacon 108 for freeride skiers who like to mess around and hunt for features and pow or folks who already have a more mainstream daily driver and want to add some flavor to their quiver.

2024 Line Bacon 108 Specs:

Dimensions:142/108/137
Radius:14m@166cm
Rocker:Freeride Rocker
Ability Level:Ability Level 7
Construction:Full Sidewall
Weight:4200 grams (per pair for size 178cm) Learn more about ski weights

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Skis In The Line Bacon Series:


Bacon 115 (115mm) In Stock

Bacon 108 (108mm) In Stock

Bacon Shorty (107mm) In Stock

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