The Line Blend was one of the first skis to blur the lines between big mountain, all mountain, and jib stick. Now the Blend has some new tricks up its sleeve. 10% lighter than pervious models the Line Thin Tip lowers the swing weight of the ski, by having a thinner core, and sidewall in the tips, to make your spins easier, and faster, switch 10's anyone? At 100mm under foot the Blend can handle pow days almost anywhere, be a great ski for charging groomers, and take on any park that you might come across. The symmetrical flex will help you butter boxes like a hot piece of toast, and make your switch pow turns as creamy as whip cream on some warm pumpkin pie. Early Rise in the tip and tail will give the Blend float in the good stuff, turn on a dime when you feel like ripping groomers, smear turns, like cream cheese on your breakfast bagel, and plow through crud with ease. If you like an all mountain ski with a jibby feel blend the Line Blend into your quiver.
Now 10% Lighter
New Capwall Construction
New Thin Tip
Early Rise Tip and Tail
Maplelite Macro Block Construction
Fatty Base Edge
5 Cut Side Cut
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Hey, this is Micah, I just got off the Line Blend, I'm gonna have to give it a 45. Its a super stable ski, its basically just that wider ski, for that guy that wants to still ride park, but just likes that more stable feeling. Super buttery, its got a real nice soft flex to it, so you can just play around all over. I think you could get in trouble everywhere on this ski, so I would have to say, try the Line Blend out.
I just got these skis this week and I absolutely love them! They handle powder and lose snow, and just float and turn smoothly. I've never skiied so well. I find they hold there edge great on groomers too! A powder ski that can carve on groomers = perfection! I'm excited to ski even more on these skis!
Hey, I was just on the Line Blends for this year, and there really awesome ski. I give them 45, all around pretty good ripper. Was cruising on the groomers, and they seemed to carve pretty well, some big massive carves. I probably give them a advanced, intermediate ranking. There's not much I really disliked about these skis, there pretty stable underfoot, and just all round solid ski.
Hey, this is Josh here, with the Line Blends. I'm gonna give this ski 3 12 stars out of 5. Its definitely gonna be more of a powder ski, all mountain, some deeper snow. As far as skiing groomers, and frontside go, its kinda shaky underfoot, a little chattery at higher speeds, so 3 12 stars out of 5. I'd probably recommend this ski to Intermediate, to advanced skier.
Hey, this is Micah, I just got off the Line Blend, I'm gonna have to give it a 45. Its a super stable ski, its basically just that wider ski, for that guy that wants to still ride park, but just likes that more stable feeling. Super buttery, its got a real nice soft flex to it, so you can just play around all over. I think you could get in trouble everywhere on this ski, so I would have to say, t
Evan here, just got off the Line Blend, I give this ski 55 stars. They changed it from previous years, went with more of a rounded flex. Worked out way better, felt way more comfortable. Its gonna be a good ski for someone who wants that ski, in a little bit thicker conditions, but still would be able to hit up the park in it.