The new Tigersnake from Line is a great ski for a range of skiers. It can be an entry level twin tip for the skier who is ready to attempt rails, boxes and jumps for the first time, it can be a great all mountain twin for the tween or younger teenager that is ready for his first set of adult skis, and pure freestyle guys love to use the Tigersnake for rails and boxes. Made with both Early Taper and Early Rise the Tigersnake can be very easy to maneuver with minimal pressure applied to the ski. Line's Carbon OllieBand uses tip to tail stringers that will provide you with lots of spring and pop for jumps, tricks, and showing off to that cute girl that is always checking you out in the lift line. Line improves the durability of their skis by making a Fatty Base and Edge that is 30% thicker for crushing boxes, rails or anything you may try sliding on. Not just a pure park ski, the Tigersnake can be used on the groomers as well, with the help of the 5-Cut Sidecut that has five different radius shapes in the shape of the ski that will allow you to make any turn shape you want. The 4D FiberCap Construction has Fiberglass reinforcements wrapped around the core to keep the weight down and responsiveness of the ski up. If you are ready for a well rounded first set of twin tips, the Line Tigersnake is the ski for you.
Fatty Base and Edge
4D FiberCap Construction
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Hey, I'm Lucas. I just got off the Tiger Snake by Line Skis. It's a new model this year and I found it to be pretty nimble and enjoyable. It's for a beginner park skier or someone that wants a pretty good ski that can handle most terrain on the mountain. I enjoyed it on long and short turns. Held an edge really well and nimble ski. 4 out of 5 stars.
Hi, I'm Thom. I just got off the Line Tiger Snake. I'm going to give this guy 3 out of 5 stars. This ski is really designed for your beginner and up to intermediate at the absolute most type skier. It's very light. It's very easy to get it to start turning but unlike a lot of the skis kind of in this category, it doesn't want to get on edge. It's really at home sliding and skidding a turn. So, if you want an entry level to that kind of freestyle arena or maybe a younger guy just getting out of true junior, getting their first adult set up, this would be a great choice but it's definitely not for your advanced or your aggressive rider. Again, perfect beginner entrance into park type ski. 3 out of 5 stars.
I'm Adam and I was just skiing on the new Line Tiger Snake. I give this ski 4 out of 5 stars. It's not really for me. It's really designed for that tween or teenager who's ready for his first set of adult skis or looking for a pure park ski or even for a little bit of all-mountain. It was reasonably easy to turn, not the stablest at fast speeds. It skied really well at slow to medium speeds so if you're looking for that type of ski for that type of skier - 4 out of 5.
Hey, I'm Casey. I just got off the Line Tiger Snake. I give this ski a 5 out of 5 stars. This ski's designed for that kind of entry level park skier but I was really, really impressed with how stable it is and it's a really, it's a lightweight ski that I just really easy to mess around and have some fun on. I give this ski a 5 out of 5 stars.
Hey, my name's Dave and I just got off the all new Line Tiger Shark. This is an all new ski this year by Line. It actually is replacing the Mastermind in the Line. It's a little bit of a softer cap wall construction ski. It does have a unique shape this year with a little bit of early rise to it. This ski is really someone who's coming out of a package ski, maybe someone who's looking to get into their first adult ski. It's super soft, very forgivable and really it's great in the park. Overall I'd give it about 3 out of 5 stars, someone who's definitely entry level.
Evan here. Just got off the Line Tiger Snake. I give this ski 5 out of 5 stars. This is new in the line this year replacing the Mastermind. It really surprised me with how well it actually held and how maneuverable it was. Definitely gonna be for that entry-level rider but great time in the park.
Hey, this is Josh. Just got off the Tiger Snake by Line. This is a new ski for Line this year, it's replacing the Mastermind which they've run through for a few seasons. A little bit of early rise in the tip and tail. They've tapered out the nose and tail. The taper really helps if you're trying to kind of progress in the park. You're not hooking up when you, you know, pre-spinning. This is an awesome ski for that kind of beginner to intermediate to intermediate trying to get in to that advanced category park skier. It holds an edge when you're all-mountain skiing but it's really designed to be in the terrain park. I give this ski 4 out of 5 stars. And, like I said, if you're that beginner to beginner-intermediate trying to use an all-mountain ski but ski majority park, this would be a great ski for you. 4 out of 5 stars.
Hi, Kyle here. I'm here with the Line Tiger Snake. This is a new ski of theirs this year, they just came out with. It's taking the place of the Mastermind. I'm going to give this ski a 4 out of 5 stars. This is going to be your entry-level to beginner to mid-level park skier. It's going to be great for anyone that's looking to get into the park that's never done it before. Very nimble. Very quick from edge-to-edge and super lightweight so it makes it easy to maneuver in the air so gotta love it.
A: The Tyrolia Attack 11 or the Tyrolia Attack 13 with a 90mm brake would be great economical binding, but still give you the performance you need to match the Tigersnake. The 90mm size will be the best fit for the waist width of the ski.