The Circus gets a softer flex and a wider platform.
Inspired by the creativity of Will Wesson and Andy Parry's traveling band of misfits, the Line Traveling Circus ski has all the chops to get your creative juices flowing on the mountain. And now it has a softer flex, plus a wider platform. Butterzone technology puts soft spots in front and behind your bindings so you can get a hinge point for smooth butters and presses. Don't think you're going to sacrifice control though, because the Maple macroblock core puts two maple stringers with aspen on either end that give plenty of control for high-speed skiing.
With Symmetric flex, you get the same feel and control when you're riding switch as you do regular. And you won't have any excuse to not hit that rail, because with fatty bases and edges, your planks will be able to handle plenty of abuse, and will have a longer tuning life. Camber underfoot gives plenty of control, and early rise in the tip and tail keep them playful, so put down that grape soft drink, take off that face paint, and go ski.
- Traditional camber underfoot early rise tip and tail
- 4D cap construction
- Maple and aspen core
- 95mm underfoot
- 5cut sidecut