The Future Spin from Line is a great ski for park rats and new schoolers that are looking for something very lightweight and easy to spin tricks with. The Early Rise has a touch of rocker in the tip and tail give you a high amount of maneuverability and easier turn initiation. Line's Thin Tip Construction has a thinner wood core in the tip allow you to have a lower swingweight for easier spins. Line makes the Future Spin with a Fatty Base and Edge that are 30% thicker to improve the durability to withstand the punishment from lots of boxes and rails. Line's Maple MacroBlock Core has two full length Maple stringers surrounded by Aspen wood that add power to your turns and add extra durability to the Future Spin. An 86mm waist can handle light powder in the trees and some crud on the groomers making the Future Spin a decent ski for the frontside for the intermediate looking for an all mountain twin, or the park expert looking for a playful stick. The Symmetrical Flex makes is very easy to ski switch and stick switch landings. If you want a ski that will make it easier for you to turn heads in the park scene, the Line Future Spin is the ski for you.
Fatty Base and Edge
Maple MacroBlock Core
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I'm Adam and I was just skiing on the Line Future Spin. I give this ski 4 out of 5 stars. It's a fantastic ski for that skier who's looking for a good park ski but also something they can hold up and ski the rest of the mountain as well. That's a lot use and I don't really do too much of the park stuff but this thing really surprised me is how stable it was in turns, how easy it was to maneuver, and it was overall just a pretty fun ski. 4 out of 5.
Hey, I'm Casey. I just got off the Line Future Spins and I give this ski a 5 out of 5 stars. It's super stable at higher speeds and it's a good ski, it's an all-mountain ski but if you take it into the park, it does a really good job of that too. It's a real playful ski. I can get up on my tips and tails pretty easily but it's nice and stable on jumps and that sort of thing as well. I give this ski a 5 out of 5.
Hey, my name's Dave and I just got off Line Future Spin here. This is kind of their beefier pure-park ski. It's not quite a symmetrical ski like the Afterbang. It is still 88 underfoot. It is not Skate Deck construction so it does have a true cap wall to it. It's a little bit beefier, a little bit stiffer. It's a full marble block core. It does have the carbon ollie band in it to beef it up a little bit but this is someone who's looking to go big on the jumps, maybe not so much on the rails. Definitely more of a jump ski, way more stable than the Afterbang. Overall I would give this 5 out of 5 stars if you're looking for a pure park ski.
Evan here. Just got off the Line Future Spin. I give this ski 5 out of 5 stars. It's going to be your go-to park and pipe ski or just great hard pack all-mountain ski for your intermedaite to expert skier. Good time though on the hill. Nice and soft tip and tail but pretty stable all-in-all. I give this 5 out of 5.
Kyle here with the Line Future Spin. 5 out of 5 stars. Absolutely love this ski. It's quick from edge-to-edge. It's pretty narrow. I'm going to say that this ski will be really great for any park rider. The graphics are amazing and the price-point you can't beat so enjoy.
Hi, I'm Thom and I just got off of the Line Future Spin. This is a 5 out of 5 star ski for me. It's really geared for your dedicated freestyle skier. Super buttery in the tip and tails, really easy to press, super playful. Ski's switch awesome and it's fantastically lightweight but that's all wrapped up in a package that really actually grips really, really well in the turn. So, you're going to be able to tee up big features at speed and really be able to trust this ski. So, if you're really looking to charge in the park or want to have a little bit of a super playful all-mountain type ski, check out the Line Future Spin - 5 out of 5.