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Line Skis has been making skiing "more funner" since 1995. Their Sick Day series of skis has won multiple awards and raised brand awareness for the company, which began as a school project in Buffalo, NY. By using the best aspects of snowboards, founder Jason Levinthal created a symetrical, twintip ski board. The company quickly grew and evolved into making full length twintip skis. The Line story is less about a business and more about a passion for doing what you love. Take a Sick Day, and remember, "You never saw me."

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By: Matt M

2019 Line Skis Preview

Check out our preview of 2020 Line skis. Highlights from the 2019 Line skis lineup: A Swallow-Tailed (Not Just for) Powder Ski From snowboards with swallow tails to fat skis with swallow tails to—the 2019 Line Sakana. The Sakana transposes tech from the fatter (125mm underfoot) Pescado into a narrower, more all-mountain-oriented package. Tails don't lie—the Sakana is certainly optimized to float, float, float in powder. Oh yeah, the tips are 150mm wide. But Line's goal with the ski is to bring that wild profile into the more popular, versatile, and crowded mid-fat class. The Sakana is reinforced with carbon and flax in the core and delivers a quick turn radius of 15 meters. The shape, with all that sidecut encourages a wide variety of turn shapes, ... Continue Reading