Sit back, relax and enjoy the Line Chronic. This mind altering ski is perfect for the progressive skier looking to unwind and be creative on the slopes. Line builds the Chronic to be the ultimate in spinning up some hot laps in the park and making new friends on the chairlift. The Early Rise Tip Rocker and Thin Tip make this ski highly maneuverable when you take a big hit off of a jump, and easy to carve when you feel like ripping up some groomers. The Chronic has a Fatty Base and Edge that improve the durability of the ski by making both the base and edges 30% stronger than they would be on a traditional ski since you will be sliding on boxes, rails, and anything but snow. A Symmetrical Flex, nearly symmetrical shape, and -40mm stance will keep you guessing if you are skiing switch or not. Line's Maple MacroBlock Wood Core has two full length Maple Stringers that are surrounded by Aspen that allow the Chronic to be incredibly strong and durable, but will allow you to butter and play in the park. The 92mm waist is a perfect landing platform for when you go huge. If you are ready to experience the mountain in an entire new light, the Line Chronic will do the trick. Colorado Approved.
Early Rise Rocker Profile
Fatty Base and Edge
Maple MacroBlock Core
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Hi, I'm Thom and I just got off of the Line Chronic. This is a 5 out of 5 star ski for sure. It personifies fun. I mean, if you're a park skier, it's a great ski. Super stable, skis switch well, tons of pop. If you're looking for an all-mountain ski, it's super carvy, tons of energy, tons of pop out of the turn. It's just really a ski that can do everything well. so, if you're looking for that new school freestyle feel and you want one ski that's going to handle the entire mountain - park, pipe and powder, the Chronic is it. 5 out of 5.
I'm Adam and I was just skiing on the Line Chronic. I give this ski 4 out of 5 stars. It's a fantastic ski for that skier who's looking for a really playful all-mountain ride. It's really easy to jump around or hop around through the park. It's really soft in the tail so it butters nice. But if you're also looking for a ski that you can carve and float around on and just have a great time on the mountain, this is a great one for ya. 4 out of 5.
Hey, I'm Casey. I just got off the Line Chronics. I'd give this ski 5 out of 5 stars. This ski's designed for that experienced intermediate to advanced park skier and it holds up really, really well when you're cooking and coming in at high speeds but it's super playful at the same time. I can't believe how versatile this ski is in the park. You can do everything really, really well. I give this ski 5 out of 5 stars.
Hey, I'm Dave and I just got off the Line Chronic. This is unchanged from last year, just a graphic change. This is really the workhorse of the line that Line puts out. It's an all-mountain freestyle ski but it can really do anything for you. It's a park killer, it's super stable underfoot. It's not symmetrical so you can mount it wherever you want. It's a super fun ski whether you want to ride bumps, all-mountain or just kill it in the park. Overall, I would give it a 5 out of 5. It's my personal favorite ski. It's a super stable, super responsive and it really does anything you want. Thanks.
Evan here. Just got off the Line Chronic. I give this ski 5 out of 5 stars. I love this ski. This is your go-to park and pipe ski. Still great all-mountain ski if you're just looking for a twin tip to really take anywhere on the mountain. Definitely favors more hard pack snow but because of the rocker on the tip and tail it can really crush through variable snow. I actually own this ski though but it's my favorite in the line from Line but 5 out of 5.
Hey, I'm Josh. Just got off the Line Chronic. Awesome park-oriented all-mountain ski. 92 underfoot so it's got a little bit of waist width to it if you want to ski outside the terrain park but definitely with the flex I'd say its more park-oriented. So, if you're that kind of advanced to advanced-expert skier who wants something to really take in and out of the park, this would be a great option. Real stable on jumps, smooth on rails. Definitely 4 out of 5 stars.
Hey, this is Kyle. I'm here with the Line Chronic. I'm going to give this ski a 5 out of 5 stars. I absolutely love everything about it. This ski is going to be great for your intermediate to expert park rider or all-mountain rider. And I think the best thing about this ski is just the price and everything. For what you're getting, it's a great ski for a great price.
Hey there, I'm Lucas. I just got off the Line Chronic. Really enjoyed this ski. I'm going to give it a 5 out of 5 star rating. Definitely for your park skier, at least designed for, but anyone can use this ski. It was great long and short turns. Very maneuverable. True twin tip with a little bit of early rise but otherwise full cambered ski. Really lightweight and really I think people would enjoy this. 5 out of 5 stars.