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For those of us that have a chronic need for hitting the whole mountain.

You could put the Line Chronic Ski into a single category like 'freestyle' or 'all-terrain', but this versatile, playful ski would rather you didn't. Don't judge, man. It is as nimble as it is solid and reliable. The construction on this trippy ski is made playful for lightening-fast reflexes when you're throwing tricks everywhere on the mountain. So go ahead, treat the entire mountain as your terrain park.

The early-rise tip and tail camber profile planes up over deep and inconsistent snow and won't hook or hang up, so turn initiation is earlier and easier. You can go forwards or switch thanks to the Symmetric Flex. Capwall, or a combination of cap and sandwich construction, combines the weight savings and responsiveness of cap construction with the edging power of sidewall construction. ThinTip boasts a super thin core and sidewall in the tips, making them 100g lighter per pair for reduced swing weight and tip bounce. 5Cut sidecut blends five different sizes of turn radius into a single sidecut shape for ultimate turn shape versatility, which means easier handling anywhere on the mountain. The composite-reinforced maple wood core offers long-term durability and a reliable flex pattern, and the Fatty Base and Edge for dramatically increased durability and tuning life.

  • Early-rise camber profile
  • CapWall
  • Maplelite Macro Block
  • ThinTip
  • Fatty base and edge
  • 92mm waist
  • 5 Cut sidecut
  • Symmetric Flex

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5 5

Great all around ski

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

This is the best do all ski I have ever owned. My previous setup has always been a park ski and an oversize pow ski. I was gonna buy an all mountain ski but I cashed out my previous park ski at the end of the season last year so I picked these up this year. I've never had a park ski that performs extremely well in pow or chopped up crud on the mountain but these thing have yet to let me down. I've ridden them in two feet of fluff and in cruddy bump fields and have had a great time in both conditions. Also, I love these thing in the park as well. they took a day to get used to on rails but after the break in period they performed like the top end park skis I've had in the past. They are also rock solid off jumps too. I would highly recommend this ski to anyone looking for one ski that can do it all.

5 5

One of the best park skis I've ridden

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I rode these skis for a full season at PCMR, and they held up exceptionally well. The early rise in the tip and tail made skiing rails super easy, and they were also stiff enough to hold their own on jumps. They're light, and the edges held up for a full season (which is pretty uncommon for parks skis these days). I'm 5'10, 165 and I rode the 178. I'd definitely recommend them!