Stomp like a machine.
Here's a question: How do you make ski as bomber as a skateboard? You build it like a skateboard. That's Line's theory, and it's why they built the Afterbang Ski with a horizontally laminated six-ply maple core to stand up to all sorts of pipe, park, and urban abuse. Don't let the skateboard-style construction confuse you, though—the Afterbang's a tailor-made freestyle machine, with carbon OllieBand stringers for tons of pop and thin ButterZones in the tip and tail for smooth, controllable butters with minimal effort. It also rocks a twin-tip profile, fully symmetrical shape, and a symmetrical flex to make switch riding a piece of cake, and a 5-Cut sidecut that makes turning, both forwards and switch, the simplest thing you'll do all day. The Fatty base and edges are also super durable, so you won't have a blowout if you hook up an edge on rail or accidentally land a bomb drop right onto a rock. We'd still recommend scoping your landings, though.
- Skate Deck six-play maple core
- Carbon Ollieband stringers
- 3D ButterZone
- Symmetric 5-Cut sidecut
- Extruded base
- Fatty edges
- Item #LIN001U
- Q & A
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
These are a very playful ski. So poppy and fun in the park. Great for rails and jumps and even just skiing around the resort. I've always wanted to try this ski out and I'm happy I did, I love them!