Those clowns that are internet famous have brought back their ski to add to their sideshow this year. The Traveling Circus ski is back this season with some early rise added to the tip and the tail. The Butter Zone behind and in front of the binding makes a hinge point to make your butters and presses seem surprising easy without affecting how the TC skis on the rest of the mountain. The 4D Fibercap Construction is forgiving enough for the little rubber kids that live to ride the rails, but has enough power and pop behind it to make the TC firm and powerful for when its time to step on it. The Symmetrical stance, shape and sidecut make the TC on the skis that you can mount backwards just for a laugh or two. Carbon stringers that run from the tip to the tail will give you even more energy and pop for boosting on top of anything that gets in your way. Not just a park specialist the Traveling Circus has the 5 Cut Sidecut that will help you make any turn shape with ease as you cut off any gaper that gets in your way. If you think that you are the next kid who edit will be huge, do it on the ski that the biggest names in park edits endorse The Line Traveling Circus.
New Early Rise
Carbon Ollie Band
4D Fibercap Construction
Maple Macro Block
Fatty Base & Edge
5 Cut Sidecut
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I'm Steve. Just got done riding the Line Traveling Circus. Really like this ski. Nice and soft and buttery as you can see. Great for park. I'd imagine even better for specifically rails. High speeds, it held pretty well for being kind of soft and long turns, short turns were both pretty great. Overall I'd give this ski a 4 out of 5.
This is Kyle. I'm here with the Line Traveling Circus ski. I really like this ski although it's a little too buttery for me. A little too soft. If you were a beginner park rider that's maybe skied for a long time but want to get into the park and want a ski to help you progress in the park, this ski would help you do it. It's really forgiving yet stable at the same time. Cap construction so you can kind of beat it up on the boxes and stuff. So again, I'd give this ski a 4 out of 5.
Hi. Kyle here with the Line Traveling Circus. For me, personally, I think I'm going to give this ski a 3 out of 5. It would be good for any beginner-to-intermediate park rider. It's just a little bit too playful and too buttery for me. Not quite stiff enough. But it's a good ski if you're a beginner trying to get into riding park. Check it out.