All your favorite freestyle skis rolled into one for slaying terrain from the park to the backcountry.
Imagine, for a moment, dropping your park ski, your all-mountain ski, and your jib ski into an industrial-strength blender and hitting the juice button. The Line Blend Ski would be the magical cocktail of all those skis, poured into a delicious mixture and served cold. Lightweight, nimble, shaped with a moderate waist width, and blessed by a touch of tip rocker, this ski handles just about any snow condition you happen to wander across. Your pow ski might not perform in the park and your park ski might submarine in the pow, but it can be trusted that the Blend Ski will float as needed and fly as commanded—it rocks the versatility of a knife made by the Swiss.
Designed with CapWall construction, the Blend features a cap on the top for light and responsive performance and sidewall construction over the edges for a smooth, solid feel while you slay the mighty mountain from top to bottom. Line engineers also gave the Blend a Maplelite Macro Block wood core which has solid maple wood underfoot with lightweight aspen at the tips for durability and reduced swing weight. In addition, Thintip tech shaves the core in the tip and tail to reduce weight by 100g a pair, significantly cutting down on tip bounce and swing weight.And that's not even all. Line packed in Symmetric Flex technology which supplies the same flex pattern in front and behind your boot so you're able to conform to the terrain equally when you ride forward or switch. Also packed in there is 5Cut technology which blends five different sizes of sidecut radius shapes into one for intuitive control and unlimited turn shapes. Its Fatty Edge (2mm wide x 2.5mm high) and Fatty Base (1.7mm thick) also increases the durability and tuning life of the Pandora. And finally, we think you'll enjoy the Blend's sweet graphics done by pro-skier and artist Eric Pollard.
- Early Rise profile (rockered tip, camber underfoot)
- ThinTip technology
- 5Cut sidecut shape
- CapWall (combines sidewall and cap construction)
- Maplelite Macro Block (maple underfoot, aspen tips)
- Symmetric Flex
- 100mm waist
- Fatty Edge (2mm wide x 2.5mm high); Fatty Base (1.7mm thick)
- Artist: Eric Pollard
Share your thoughts
Watch some pros. They're on these.
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
The traveling circus dudes always seem to be shredding these with mixed conditions. Not because they're forced to, but because they can. They're such a nimble, get anything done anywhere type of ski. I enjoy Line skis initially, but these go above even that.
Park and Pow
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
Yep, it's true. Worked amazing in Breck when it dumped. Extremely fun in the park on rails and big jumps.
This ski kills it.
It's a 100 under foot, you'll get the float you asked for. But for an everyday ski this is fantastic. I take it in everything, park, variable chop, pow. I've hit a couple of 20+ ft drops on it and it has not missed a beat. At the moment my next ski up is a magic J and I rarely choose it over this ski as it's just so versatile and fun.