Line Skis is revamping its lineup heading into the 2018-19 winter season. From street-specific and ultra-durable offerings to playful, surfy and lightweight skis meant to take you mach speed down the mountain, Line has a little something for everyone—and we have the 2018-19 rundown right here for your viewing pleasure. Be sure to stay tuned as Line releases more information on it’s all-new Sakana, Sir Francis Bacon, Mordecai and Magnum Opus, developed in collaboration with longtime team rider Eric Pollard.
Starting with an all-new, ladies specific freeride line of skis, dubbed the Pandora series, the Seattle-based ski company repackaged its acclaimed Sick Day series to better suit the fairer sex. Inspired by the skiing of team rider Hadley Hammer, the Pandora series will turn the entire mountain into your playground.
Line is also bringing back a line of all-mountain chargers reinforced with sheets of metal for stronger skiers looking to break the sound barrier. These skis, called the Supernatural, are the go-to choice of riders like Parkin Costain and Dylan Siggers, who ski fast and soar off of enormous natural features with unnerving ease. Send or be sent on these bad boys.
For those seeking a floaty, surfy, smile-inducing lightweight freeride ski, the Sick Day series–a FREESKIER favorite—returns with a fresh look for 2018-19. ’70s-inspired topsheets put out the vibe while a poppy, playful construction let you hot dog like the best of ’em.
For the park-oriented skiers, Line offers a handful of new and updated offerings heading into 2018-19. The third-generation Tom Wallisch Pro Model is a sturdy workhorse designed to take the ultimate beating, whether you’re hitting the jump line or the city streets.
The Blend, coming in at 100-mm underfoot, combines freestyle performance with all-mountain capability. Specific flex zones in the tip and tail and a symmetrical design mean you’ll be spreading your butter like you invented it.
A staple in the park scene for nearly a decade, the Chronic is completely redesigned heading into this winter season. The daily driver for team rider LJ Strenio, the Chronic continues to be one of lightest, most responsive, poppy and durable skis on the market. Throw this thing through the ringer and emerge a champion.
The Honey Badger is Line’s most dependable street and park thrasher, built with long seasons of urban and terrain park skiing in mind. Click into these resilient twigs and feel confident spinning, tapping and jibbing everything in sight.
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