How many pretzels did Tom Wallisch complete while prototyping this ski? Presumably thousands. Wallisch worked tirelessly to collaborate with Line on a ski that the masses would love, and our test results reflect that. “Amazing park ski for any ability,” said one tester. “Light and playful enough to hike the mini park all day and still plenty stable for that 80-footer.” A maple wood core keeps the ski relatively stiff, while small additions of carbon allow for plenty of pop when necessary. Thick edges and Line’s capwall construction, a cap build up top with sidewalls over the edge, keep everything durable. “This one definitely passes the test,” concluded another happy tester.
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