The Line Stepup Skis return this season just as sick as ever. The Deckwall construction has a smooth flex and the three ply maple veneer skate deck is very strong, durable and shock absorbing. The full vertical side wall gives the step up great edge grip for slicing up the edge of an icy pipe to boost yourself to the top of the podium. This jib stick has totally symmetrical side cut and stance for you to have the most control and balance when you are skiing, landing or taking off switch. A tiny bit of Early Rise in the tip and in the tail will give you a little more spring to your step for launching on boxes and rails, not to mention easier turn initiation when it is time to rail some groomers back to the lift, or move to the bigger park. The Line Stepup Skis will make a great park or pipe ski that will help you step up your game to turn heads and make the girls notice who is top dog in the park.
Maple Macro Block Construction
Fatty Base Edge
5 Cut Side Cut
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I really love how this ski rides in both the park and on groomers. Even took em out in some deeper snow and they held their own. If you're looking for a FUN ski, then this is the one. Super easy to hop and ride switch, very poppy on jumps, and just soft enough for some rails. My only complaint is that the wood finish chips very easily. If you ride aggressively and are knocking your sticks together on big park jump tricks, then the wood will likely splinter along the sides and top of the ski.
Hi Thom here with the Line StepUP. I'm going to give this guy 5 out of 5. Real solid underfoot, super stable and it carves very well for a symmetrical ski. Great switch, great at speed, good pop this is really for your guy who's an advanced park rider sticks to jumps and pipe a little bit more but it's still soft enough that it butters and it's still a good jibbing ski. Just a really really fun high performance park ski.
Hey this is Micah I'm riding the LIne Stepup for 2013 it's in a 177. This is a more advanced all round park ski. It's more geared towards jumps though. It's a little bit heavier underfoot has a full side cut in it. It's something that if you don't like that little bit heavier ski, so you got more stability underfoot, I wouldn't recommend getting it. If you like jumps though, and like having that safe ski underfoot. It's something you can take through anything. Doesn't ski groomers that well cause it is just a straight up park ski.
Hi Thom here with the Line StepUP. I'm going to give this guy 5 out of 5. Real solid underfoot, super stable and it carves very well for a symmetrical ski. Great switch, great at speed, good pop this is really for your guy who's an advanced park rider sticks to jumps and pipe a little bit more but it's still soft enough that it butters and it's still a good jibbing ski. Just a really really fun hi
This is Brad, I just got off the Line Stepup. I give this ski a 3 out of 5 stars. I would imagine for somebody thats a little bit more of an aggressive park or pipe rider that this ski woudl be a lot of fun. I tend to be a little more of an all mountain rider so it definitely didnt hook up or hold a turn quite like I was looking for. It did flip around switch really easily, skis backwards really stable. A little damp underfoot doesn't really have that nice pop from turn to turn that was looking for but again if you're a guy who spends more time in the park and pipe this ski is definitely super buttery real easy to ride forwards, backwards, so if you're not looking to get that really hardcore turn out of it I would imagine that this ski would be a great pick for you.