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Line Chronic Ski

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    Chronic park addiction.

    Lightweight design meets crap-tons of pop meets bombproof materials in the Line Chronic Ski, but what does that mean for you? Just that you can throw yourself off of everything the park has to offer without getting bogged down, busting gear, or shorting that mandatory gap—that's what Line's getting at when it call the Chronic its freestyle, "O.G. benchmark."

    The Early Rise rockered tip and tail profile planes up over deep and inconsistent snow when you're chasing hits out of the park, and it won't hook or hang up so turn initiation is earlier and easier. Symmetric Flex allows you to ride forward or switch with equal ease, and ThinTip rocks a thin core in the sidewall and tip, reducing unnecessary weight so your 720s will turn into 900s. Capwall, a combination of cap and sandwich construction, combines the weight savings and responsiveness of cap construction with the edging power of sidewall construction, so you can spin like a top, slither through tight spots, and bounce off features without loosing bite on hardpack and icy in runs. 5-Cut sidecut blends five different turning radii into a single sidecut shape for ultimate turn shape versatility, which means easier handling anywhere on the mountain. Line packed the inside of the Chronic with a dank blend of durable maple and hyper-poppy aspen, so you can shred hard and boost to the moon. Line finished it off with a super-speedy sintered base and burly Fatty edges, so you can take all the speed you need into big booters and have the grip to carve hard and set a solid edge.

    • Maple Macroblock maple and aspen core
    • Early Rise rockered tip and tail
    • 5-Cut five-dimensional sidecut
    • CapWall half-cap construction
    • Thin Tail design
    • Symmetrical flex
    • Sintered base
    • Fatty edges
    • Item #LIN001S

    Tech Specs

    Length
    164 cm, 171 cm, 178 cm, 185 cm
    Dimensions
    [178 cm] 121 / 92 / 117 mm
    Turn Radius
    [178 cm] 19 m
    Profile
    Early Rise (rockered tip and tail)
    Construction
    CapWall (half-cap)
    Core
    Maple Macroblock (maple, aspen)
    Edge
    Fatty 2.2
    Base
    sintered
    Tail
    twin tip
    Claimed Weight
    [pair] 8 lb
    Recommended Use
    all-mountain, park and pipe
    Manufacturer Warranty
    1 year

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    Pretty Solid For A Park Ski

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I was pleasantly surprised with this ski. I'm about 5'10 190 lbs and thought this ski was really fun. I was looking for a decent park ski to shred around Park City with. These ski great and handle in all conditions. They are able to take a beating and hold up really well. I would highly suggest these to others.

    I'm pretty sure I want these but can't decide on the length, 178 or 185. I'm 6'2" , 195 lbs. Advanced east coast skier, but I've only been trying park for 2 seasons. I think the 178 would make it easier to improve in the park but I'm hoping it won't feel too short either, especially if it's close to center mounted. What do you think?

    DOES THE JOB

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I am 5 foot 8 and 185 pounds and got the 178 cm. These are my park skis and they are stiff enough to stomp big stuff and wont chatter on me. I ski really hard and really abuse them. They are playful enough for me when it comes to jibing around but for someone who weighs less than me, you'll have a harder time jibing around on these. All in all they are fun skis!

    I'm pretty sure I want these but can't decide on the length, 178 or 185. I'm 6'2" , 195 lbs. Advanced east coast skier, but I've only been trying park for 2 seasons. I think the 178 would make it easier to improve in the park but I'm hoping it won't feel too short either, especially if it's close to center mounted. What do you think?