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$54.95 $43.96 at UtahSkis.com

The Line Pin Park & Pipe, Freestyle Ski Poles.

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$69.95 $41.97 at UtahSkis.com

The Line Whip Ski Poles are more durable that you!

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$84.95 $50.97 at UtahSkis.com

The Line Pollard's Paint Brush Poles our adjustable length stick provides Eric with even more versatility from the park to the bac...kcountry backed by our skinnier grippier grips and two sizes of Screwoff Baskets! Read More

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$54.95 $32.97 at UtahSkis.com

The Line Pin Pole is light and minimalist with all the essentials, including the BMX bike-like grip. Shorter than your dad's ski p...oles, but still longer than your tall tee. Read More

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$69.95 $41.97 at UtahSkis.com

The Line Whip Ski Poles are more durable that you!

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$54.95 $32.97 at UtahSkis.com

The Line Pin Pole is light and minimalist with all the essentials, including the BMX bike-like grip. Shorter than your dad's ski p...oles, but still longer than your tall tee. Read More

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$64.95 $51.96 at UtahSkis.com

The Line Dart Freeride, All-Mountain Ski Poles.

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$479.99 at evo

Line packed the Supernatural 100 Ski with hard-charging technology and a versatile shape that lets you make the whole mountain, fr...om the frontside to the back-bowls to the park, your playground. Metal Matrix die-cut titanal laminate combines with the maple and aspen wood core to provide outstanding power and butter-smooth flex for mighty hard-snow carves at speed. 100mm of width underfoot, though, gives you plenty of float when you go off-piste. Early Taper means that the widest point of the tip and tail sidecut starts tapering earlier to reduce tail drag and hooking in powder, giving you the supreme float you desire. Line's new Shockwall technology provides a full height and length elastomer sidewall, which helps absorb vibrations and shock for a smooth yet light ride, while Thin Tip and tail technology reduces weight where you don't need it by 100g per pair. Line also gave the Supernatural 100 Directional Flex, which means that a softer tip floats and initiates turns easily while the stiffer tail provides power and stability at speed. You'll definitely feel the benefits of Early Rise geometry, like effortless turning and flotation without the need to sit back. Read More

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$528.00 at evo

Rule any terrain or conditions on Line's burly, hard-charging monster freerider, the Supernatural 108 Ski. At 108mm underfoot, the... Supernatural floats like magic in powder, crud, or death cookies, while a Metal Matrix die-cut titanal laminate combines with the maple and aspen wood core to give you tons of power on hardpack. Stiff but smooth-as-butter flex gives advanced skiers super-stable but fluid carving capability. In designing the Supernatural, Line balanced supreme power with weight-reducing features like a 100g-subtracting Thin Tip so after a day of hard riding, you'll feel fresh enough for a night on the town rather than having jelly legs. Line's new Shockwall technology provides a full height and length elastomer sidewall, which helps absorb vibrations and shock for a ride that doesn't chatter, though remains light. Directional Flex means that a softer tip improves float and turn initiation, while the stiffer tail provides power, stability, and control at speed. Other features, like Early Rise geometry and Early Taper sidecut, allow for further flotation while still allowing you to ski in a powerful, weight-forward stance. Read More

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$564.00 at evo

The steep and deep calls for big sticks, and the Line Sick Day 125 Ski answers the call, making the best days even better. Back fo...r another round, the award-winning Sick Day series delivers another season of free-refills on the face shots. A beefy 125mm underfoot, with 150mm in the tip, offers plenty of float for the deepest days. But, with early rise in the tip and tail, these big boys are playful enough to get into those tight stashes. Making them even more playful is their thin tip construction, which sheds about 100grams per pair and cuts down on tip chatter when you open it up back to the chairlift. The maplelite core has a rigid core of maple to screw your bindings into, but uses aspen in the tip and tail so you get a light and buttery feel while you're turning. And if you're torn between a cap construction or sidewall, the Sick Day has you covered, because it features a combination of both. Cap construction on the top gives you easy turn initiation, while a sidewall next to the edge gives plenty of stability for when you're straight-lining chutes. Its Fivecut uses five different shapes blended into one, giving you intuitive control while not inhibiting your turn shapes. Sintered bases keep your core shots to a minimum, and beefy edges can handle some abuse. All in all, the Sick Day 125 is a big mountain, pow-crushing beast that will won't disappoint. Read More

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$264.00 at evo

Just tell your teacher you're sick because when you strap on a pair of Line Sick Day Shorty Kids' Skis, you aren't going to want t...he weekend crowds getting in the way of your all-mountain shred. These snappy skis are built to crush it day in and day out. From rallying groomers, squigglin' trees, and mobbing through bumps, these skis will handle it all, and do it all well. With a maple core underfoot, you get a solid base so you don't have to worry about ripping your binding out when you hit that tranny hard, but with aspen in the tip and tail, you still get the light playfulness of an aspen core ski. The camber underfoot profile is ideal for charging in less-than-ideal conditions, but when the snow flies, the rocker in the tip and tail will come alive so you can smear pow turns. The early taper design in the tip and tail reduces tail drag and hooking in the powder, making this ski your go-to gun on all days. Read More

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$528.00 at evo

If you've spent your life trying to create the ultimate symphony of powder performance, creative riding, and jibby spectacle, brea...k out the Line Mr. Pollard's Opus Ski and show the public what they've been clamoring for. The Opus is Eric Pollard's go-to ski when the days get deep and drops get big, with a 118mm waist, early-rise tip and tail, and a tapered tip to let you conduct a symphony of floating, slashing, powersliding, and cliff-hucking in powdery playground. The tip design makes throwing your skis sideways easy, and Line also hooked the Opus up with ThinTip technology, which reduces tip weight to decrease vibration for a smooth, playful ride that won't chatter like a nervous leading lady's teeth on opening night. The Maple Macroblock core is made of aspen with maple stringers to keep weight low and provide plenty of playful pop, and the symmetrical flex makes riding the Opus switch as easy as taking a bow at the end of a successful performance. The Opus also features Line's 5-Cut sidecut, which uses different sidecut radii on different parts of the ski for smooth, consistent turning no matter what size and shape turns you're laying down. Full sidewalls make sure the Opus is well-behaved on groomers, and the extra-thick base and edges mean one unexpected rock won't be enough to ruin your pitch-perfect performance. Read More

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$497.97 at evo

Used up all your sick days? Call in dead and grab the Line Skis Sick Day 125 Ski. It's dumping way too hard to let anything stop y...ou from nabbing some face shots. The 125 is Line's most playful floatation device and features a 125mm waist and an early rise in the tip that starts earlier to allow for easier turn initiation and effortless snow floatation without making you sit back. Plus, the 125's widest point of sidecut starts tapering earlier in the tip to reduce tail drag and hooking in powder so you can smoothly munch pow under the lift line. Designed with CapWall construction, the 125 features a cap on the top for light and responsive performance and sidewall construction over the edges for a smooth, solid feel while you slay the mighty mountain from top to bottom. Line engineers also gave the 125 a Maplelite Macro Block wood core which has solid maple wood underfoot with lightweight aspen at the tips for durability and reduced swing weight. In addition, its ThinTip technology reduces swing weight and tip bounce by making the core and sidewall tips 100 grams lighter per pair. Line's Directional Flex technology supplies a softer tip for float and easier turn initiation, while the stiffer tail gives power, stability, and high-speed control when you send it. Also packed in there is 5Cut technology which blends five different sizes of sidecut radius shapes into one for intuitive control and unlimited turn shapes. Yup, the Sick Day is named for a reason ... it would make you sick to imagine a powder day without it. Read More

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$528.00 at evo

Nimble and light, the Line Sick Day 110 Ski delivers intuitive feel as you head from the powder to the hardpack and back. Line bui...lt the Sick Day 110 to be as versatile as possible. With a 110mm waist and an Early Rise tip for easy turn initiation and effortless float, this ski is meant to expand your thinking of how fun and varied a day on the mountain can really be. Designed with Capwall construction, the Sick Day blends the light and responsive performance of cap construction with the smooth, solid feel of sidewall. The 110's widest point of sidecut starts tapering earlier in the tip to reduce tail drag and hooking in powder so you can smoothly munch pow, crud, and soft snow. Line engineers also gave the 110 a Maplelite Macroblock wood core which has solid maple wood underfoot with lightweight aspen at the tips for durability and reducing swing weight. ThinTip technology reduces unnecessary weight, and Directional Flex technology varies flex to allow for easy turn initiation while still providing power and stability at speed. Also packed in there is 5Cut technology which blends five different sizes of sidecut radius shapes into one for intuitive control and infinite turn shapes. Read More

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$528.00 at evo

Nimble and light, the Line Sick Day 110 Ski delivers intuitive feel as you head from the powder to the hardpack and back. Line bui...lt the Sick Day 110 to be as versatile as possible. With a 110mm waist and an Early Rise tip for easy turn initiation and effortless float, this ski is meant to expand your thinking of how fun and varied a day on the mountain can really be. Designed with Capwall construction, the Sick Day blends the light and responsive performance of cap construction with the smooth, solid feel of sidewall. The 110's widest point of sidecut starts tapering earlier in the tip to reduce tail drag and hooking in powder so you can smoothly munch pow, crud, and soft snow. Line engineers also gave the 110 a Maplelite Macroblock wood core which has solid maple wood underfoot with lightweight aspen at the tips for durability and reducing swing weight. ThinTip technology reduces unnecessary weight, and Directional Flex technology varies flex to allow for easy turn initiation while still providing power and stability at speed. Also packed in there is 5Cut technology which blends five different sizes of sidecut radius shapes into one for intuitive control and infinite turn shapes. Read More

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$564.00 at evo

Once you take the Line Supernatural 115 Ski out on a day with a foot of fresh pow on the hill, you'll realize that you need to mak...e some new friends who can keep up. Or better yet, ditch them all together, and hit up those secret stashes that even your best buds don't need to know about. At 115mm underfoot, this big mountain monster loves powder about as much as a chubby third grader loves chocolate cake. With its freeride-specific shape, the Supernatural maintains an amount of playful, intuitive agility not found in most big mountain skis. All this soft snow talk may lead you to believe that the 115 can't perform on hardpack--that's just not true, and here's why: Line gave this bomber its Maple Macroblock core, which combines two full-length maple stringers surrounded by aspen, for the solid stability of maple and the lightweight qualities of aspsen. Then they gave it a Metal Matrix die-cut titanal laminate to add outstanding power to the wood core's buttery-smooth flex for rock solid carving edge hold at speed. Line's new Shockwall technology provides a full height and length elastomer sidewall to help absorb vibration and shock for a delightfully smooth ride. Early Rise geometry allows for effortless turn initiation and float while Early Taper in the tail reduces tail drag and hooking in powder. Directional Flex means that a softer tip floats and initiates turns like a champ while a stiffer tail provides power, stability, and control at speed. Read More

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$180.00 at evo

Let your kid unleash their mountain-slaying fury on the Line Super Hero Ski. Traditional camber and an Aspen Macroblock core makes... for a stable, predictable ride that's fun from the park to the groomers to the trees, and the 4D Fibercap fiberglass cap construction provides some stiffness and durability without being too heavy or overpowering. The Super Hero's 5-Cut geometry makes turning super intuitive, and the symmetric flex and twin-tip shape mean your junior hero can ride switch as easily as forward. They'll also probably use their super powers to find and hit every rock and stump on the mountain, so Line built the Super Hero with an extra-thick fatty base and edge and an extruded base to take heroic levels of abuse without breaking down. Read More

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$479.96 at evo

The Line Sick Day 95 Ski is built to be your everyday go-to plank. With camber underfoot, you won't loose your grip when you're ar...cing turns down the groomers, and with early rise tip and tail, you'll still get that surfy feeling when you want it. The unique Maplelite macroblock core uses maple underfoot, so you have a hardy base to fasten your binders to, but with aspen in the tip and tail you get that extra pop off that lip when you need it. The capwall construction gives you the best of both worlds. Cap construction on top gives you a light and responsive feel, while a sidewall construction near the edge gives you increased stability when you're laying down gs turns. Directional flex technology gives these skis a soft tip and stiff tail for more float in powder and easier turn initiation. Bottom line is you'll ski these day in and day out, and when it's a pow day, you might just find yourself strapping these on for another round. Read More

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$264.00 at evo

Super-light and nimble, the Line Women's Celebrity Ski gives you intuitive control and easy turn-initiation as you cruise the groo...mers, or hop through the moguls. Giving it the smooth flex of a lightweight Aspen Macroblock core, Line designed the Celebrity to feel like an extension of your feet for supremely smooth and effortless turns, not to mention slapping it with paparazzi-worthy graphics. Line gave the Celebrity 5Cut geometry, blending five different sidecut radius shapes into one for ultimate control and an infinite number of turn shapes. Directional Flex technology gives the ski a softer tip for easy turn initiation and powder float, while a stiffer tail provides power and stability at speed. 4D Fibercap construction utilizes fiberglass reinforcements around the core for a light yet super-responsive feel, and a 30% thicker Fatty Base & Edge dramatically increases durability and tuning life. Read More

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$408.97 at evo

Considered Line's premier ladies' ski for those who live to surf pow but want to maintain control on firm snow, the Women's Pandor...a Ski lets you tear up the mountain in all sorts of conditions and terrain. With this ski's 110mm waist and an Early Rise tip profile (rise starts earlier to allow for easier turn initiation and effortless snow floatation without needing to sit back), you'll find yourself making big sweeping turns down pow fields, maneuvering through chopped-up snow, and railing trenches down corduroy. In addition, the Pandora's widest point of sidecut starts tapering earlier in the tip to reduce tail drag and hooking in powder so you can smoothly munch pow, crud, and soft snow with ease. Designed with CapWall construction, the Pandora features a cap on the top for light and responsive performance and sidewall construction over the edges for a smooth, solid feel while you slay the mighty mountain from top to bottom. Line engineers also gave the Pandora a Maplelite Macro Block wood core which has solid maple wood underfoot with lightweight aspen at the tips for durability and reduced swing weight. In addition, Thintip tech shaves the core in the tip and tail to reduce weight by 100g a pair, significantly cutting down on tip bounce and swing weight. Then Line packed in Directional Flex technology, which supplies a softer tip for float and easier turn initiation, while the stiffer tail gives power, stability, and high-speed control when you send it. Also packed in there is 5Cut technology which blends five different sizes of sidecut radius shapes into one for intuitive control and unlimited turn shapes. Its Fatty Edge (2mm wide x 2. 5mm high) and Fatty Base (1. 7mm thick) also increase the durability and tuning life of the Pandora. And finally, we think you'll enjoy the Pandora's smooth-looking graphics while your legs and skis dangle from the lift. Read More

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$528.00 at evo

Nimble and light, the Line Sick Day 110 Ski delivers intuitive feel as you head from the powder to the hardpack and back. Line bui...lt the Sick Day 110 to be as versatile as possible. With a 110mm waist and an Early Rise tip for easy turn initiation and effortless float, this ski is meant to expand your thinking of how fun and varied a day on the mountain can really be. Designed with Capwall construction, the Sick Day blends the light and responsive performance of cap construction with the smooth, solid feel of sidewall. The 110's widest point of sidecut starts tapering earlier in the tip to reduce tail drag and hooking in powder so you can smoothly munch pow, crud, and soft snow. Line engineers also gave the 110 a Maplelite Macroblock wood core which has solid maple wood underfoot with lightweight aspen at the tips for durability and reducing swing weight. ThinTip technology reduces unnecessary weight, and Directional Flex technology varies flex to allow for easy turn initiation while still providing power and stability at speed. Also packed in there is 5Cut technology which blends five different sizes of sidecut radius shapes into one for intuitive control and infinite turn shapes. Read More

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$378.00 at evo

When you make your first turn, you know: you and the Line Soulmate 90 Women's Ski are going to be together forever, or at least un...til you've skied the camber out of it, chipped the topsheets to smithereens, and hit approximately 17,000 rocks. Don't fret, though, because the Soulmate's tough enough that it should take a bunch of seasons to beat it up thoroughly. It features a tough, light composite matrix wrapping the light, playful fir and aspen core, and extra-thick Fatty edges that are designed to take a beating without blowing out. To keep things light and strong, Line designed the Soulmate with a hybrid Capwall construction, which combines a lightweight cap with strong sidewalls over the edges, providing a killer combo of maneuverability and edge hold for chicks who like to rip. At 90mm wide and boasting traditional camber underfoot, the Soulmate's solidly in the everyday driver category for most riders, with the ability to own the groomers and enough width to tackle powder days and off-piste shredding. It uses a directional flex pattern--softer in the tip for a more forgiving feel and stiffer in the tail for power and stability at speed--and early rise in the tip to plane over soft snow like it's no big deal, and has a multi-radial 5-Cut sidecut that makes it easy to vary your turn shapes depending on terrain. It's no wonder you'll fall in love. Read More

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$564.00 at evo

Once you take the Line Supernatural 115 Ski out on a day with a foot of fresh pow on the hill, you'll realize that you need to mak...e some new friends who can keep up. Or better yet, ditch them all together, and hit up those secret stashes that even your best buds don't need to know about. At 115mm underfoot, this big mountain monster loves powder about as much as a chubby third grader loves chocolate cake. With its freeride-specific shape, the Supernatural maintains an amount of playful, intuitive agility not found in most big mountain skis. All this soft snow talk may lead you to believe that the 115 can't perform on hardpack--that's just not true, and here's why: Line gave this bomber its Maple Macroblock core, which combines two full-length maple stringers surrounded by aspen, for the solid stability of maple and the lightweight qualities of aspsen. Then they gave it a Metal Matrix die-cut titanal laminate to add outstanding power to the wood core's buttery-smooth flex for rock solid carving edge hold at speed. Line's new Shockwall technology provides a full height and length elastomer sidewall to help absorb vibration and shock for a delightfully smooth ride. Early Rise geometry allows for effortless turn initiation and float while Early Taper in the tail reduces tail drag and hooking in powder. Directional Flex means that a softer tip floats and initiates turns like a champ while a stiffer tail provides power, stability, and control at speed. Read More

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$299.97 at evo

Click into the Line Supernatural 92 Lite Ski to charge hard on the front side, rip it up in the park, and avoid getting bogged dow...n by a super heavy plank that turns your legs to jelly. A Maple Macroblock core is made of two full-length maple stringers surrounded by aspen. The solid stability of maple and the lightweight qualities of aspen give your turns and landings a nimble feel and buttery-smooth flex without the bulk and heft of metal inside your ski. Line's Sidewall technology means that ultra-high-density polyurethane walls over your edges provide vibration absorption for maximum durability and a smooth and solid ride. When Line designed the Supernatural series, it included Thin Tip cores and sidewalls in the tips and tails, subtracting 100g from each pair, reducing the swing weight and tip bounce that can throw you off your game. If you're not a math whiz, you might not understand Line's Early Rise geometry, which, as the name suggests, starts the tip and tail rise closer to the middle of the ski. You'll definitely feel it, though, and be happy on the slopes when you effortlessly turn and float on top of the snow without feeling the need to sit back. Directional Flex means that a softer tip floats and initiates turns easily while the stiffer tail provides power, stability, and control at high speeds, which is great for carving up hardpack or running from the ski patrol. Read More

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$450.00 at evo

You won't quite be able to put your finger on it, but when you first see the Line Women's Soulmate 98 Ski, your heart will pitter-...patter, time will stand still, and you'll envision yourself skiing with it in sickness and in health, for better or for worse, in powder or through trees. After all, there aren't many skis that are this hard-charging and versatile--with a fir and aspen core overlaid with a metal matrix laminate, the Soulmate likes to go hard and fast, but still weighs under eight pounds a pair, so lighter riders won't be overpowered. Unlike Line's jibbier, switch-ready skis, the Soulmate has a directional flex, with a softer early-rise tip to float and turn easily, and a stiff tail for power, stability, and crisp turn finishing. At 98mm underfoot, it's wide enough to handle powder without much issue, but has traditional camber underfoot so you won't be unstable on those days spent railing groomers or crushing icier-than-you'd-like terrain. Line's 5-Cut multi-radial sidecut makes turns of all shapes easy-peasy, and the Capwall hybrid cap and sidewall construction reduces weight, without sacrificing the stability and power of classic sidewalls. The sintered base and Fatty edges are extra-thick for a serious shot of durability to ease your mind, so you can take your Soulmate into gnarly terrain without worrying that it'll be the last place you ever go together. Read More

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$264.00 at evo

Just tell your teacher you're sick because when you strap on a pair of Line Sick Day Shorty Kids' Skis, you aren't going to want t...he weekend crowds getting in the way of your all-mountain shred. These snappy skis are built to crush it day in and day out. From rallying groomers, squigglin' trees, and mobbing through bumps, these skis will handle it all, and do it all well. With a maple core underfoot, you get a solid base so you don't have to worry about ripping your binding out when you hit that tranny hard, but with aspen in the tip and tail, you still get the light playfulness of an aspen core ski. The camber underfoot profile is ideal for charging in less-than-ideal conditions, but when the snow flies, the rocker in the tip and tail will come alive so you can smear pow turns. The early taper design in the tip and tail reduces tail drag and hooking in the powder, making this ski your go-to gun on all days. Read More

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$479.96 at evo

The Line Sick Day 95 Ski is built to be your everyday go-to plank. With camber underfoot, you won't loose your grip when you're ar...cing turns down the groomers, and with early rise tip and tail, you'll still get that surfy feeling when you want it. The unique Maplelite macroblock core uses maple underfoot, so you have a hardy base to fasten your binders to, but with aspen in the tip and tail you get that extra pop off that lip when you need it. The capwall construction gives you the best of both worlds. Cap construction on top gives you a light and responsive feel, while a sidewall construction near the edge gives you increased stability when you're laying down gs turns. Directional flex technology gives these skis a soft tip and stiff tail for more float in powder and easier turn initiation. Bottom line is you'll ski these day in and day out, and when it's a pow day, you might just find yourself strapping these on for another round. Read More

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$486.00 at evo

What are the two best things in the world? Skiing and bacon, obviously, so it shouldn't be surprising that the Line Sir Francis Ba...con Ski is designed (by that master of creativity Eric Pollard) to turn the entire mountain into your deliciously shreddy breakfast-food playground. Feel like breaking your fast by munching on some powder? The Bacon can do that, with a 108mm waist and early-rise/early-taper tip that floats over soft snow and makes it easy to slash and surf big, loose powder turns. Hungry for some air? The strong, poppy Maple Macroblock core features maple stringers that provide plenty of boost without any excess weight. Prefer to dine at high speed on open faces? The full sidewall construction provides powerful edge hold and the ThinTip design reduces tip weight and the associated chatter, making for smooth, predictable performance at highway speeds. No matter what your pleasure, the Bacon makes it smooth, surfy, and fun, with Line's multi-radial 5-Cut sidecut that makes turns of any size consistent and predictable, and a super-durable Fatty base and edges so you don't have to worry too much about making acquaintances with the occasional rock, stump, or burred park rail. Think a creative breakfast is the best part of the day? Have some Bacon and satisfy your cravings. Read More

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$479.96 at evo

The Line Sick Day 95 Ski is built to be your everyday go-to plank. With camber underfoot, you won't loose your grip when you're ar...cing turns down the groomers, and with early rise tip and tail, you'll still get that surfy feeling when you want it. The unique Maplelite macroblock core uses maple underfoot, so you have a hardy base to fasten your binders to, but with aspen in the tip and tail you get that extra pop off that lip when you need it. The capwall construction gives you the best of both worlds. Cap construction on top gives you a light and responsive feel, while a sidewall construction near the edge gives you increased stability when you're laying down gs turns. Directional flex technology gives these skis a soft tip and stiff tail for more float in powder and easier turn initiation. Bottom line is you'll ski these day in and day out, and when it's a pow day, you might just find yourself strapping these on for another round. Read More

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$299.95 at REI

Solid & stable park performance packed into a tighter, smaller package. Like it's larger version, this ski is for those skier...s who demands & expect the best!* Lengths: 137, 147, 157 * Shape (mm): 115/85/112 * Profile (mm): 1-3-1 * Sidecut Avg (m): 18.5 * Stance (mm): -40 * Weight/Pair (g): 2,210 * Core: Aspen Macroblock * Edge: Fatty Base & Edge * Flex: Symmetric Flex * Geometry: 5-Cut * Technology: 4D Fibercap * Base: Extruded Read More

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$59.95 at REI

All Pointy Stick technology, all the time! Light and simple, this pointy stick has everything you need and nothing you don't....* Basket: Screwoff! Basket 60mm * Material: 6,061 Aluminum * Grip: 25mm dia, BMX Rubber grip Read More

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$799.95 at Backcountry

In Latin, Magnum Opus means great work, referring to an artist's largest achievement. Head to the untouched powder on the Line Mag...num Opus Ski, and paint that blank canvas with your hard-charging tracks. With an underfoot width of 124mm, this burly beast of a freeride ski is built to float over whatever powder or crud the mountain throws at you. Line's new Cloud Core blends lightweight wood and composite materials to create a futuristic core that is incredibly light and solid, with super-smooth Symmetric Flex from tip to tail. Fivecut geometry blends multiple sidecut radius shapes into one for intuitive control and unlimited turn shapes, and Line's Longer Active Edge puts 20% more edge in contact with the snow for a ton of carving grip; no more losing your edge. Early Taper shape helps to ensure that that extra edge contact is all working for you, eliminating annoying tail drag and hooking in soft snow. Line also gave the Magnum Opus Early Rise geometry, and while you might not understand it if you're not a math whiz, you'll certainly feel how the tip and tail rising earlier in the ski's profile helps for effortless turn initiation and float. Line's Sidewall construction means that ultra-high density polyurethane walls provide vibration absorption for maximum durability and a smooth and solid ride. Read More

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$749.95 $449.97 at Backcountry

Once you take the Line Supernatural 115 Ski out on a day with a foot of fresh pow on the hill, you'll realize that you need to mak...e some new friends who can keep up. Or better yet, ditch them all together, and hit up those secret stashes that even your best buds don't need to know about. At 115mm underfoot, this big mountain monster loves powder about as much as a chubby third grader loves chocolate cake. With its freeride-specific shape, the Supernatural maintains an amount of playful, intuitive agility not found in most big mountain skis. All this soft snow talk may lead you to believe that the 115 can't perform on hardpack--that's just not true, and here's why: Line gave this bomber its Maple Macroblock core, which combines two full-length maple stringers surrounded by aspen, for the solid stability of maple and the lightweight qualities of aspsen. Then they gave it a Metal Matrix die-cut titanal laminate to add outstanding power to the wood core's buttery-smooth flex for rock solid carving edge hold at speed. Line's new Shockwall technology provides a full height and length elastomer sidewall to help absorb vibration and shock for a delightfully smooth ride. Early Rise geometry allows for effortless turn initiation and float while Early Taper in the tail reduces tail drag and hooking in powder. Directional Flex means that a softer tip floats and initiates turns like a champ while a stiffer tail provides power, stability, and control at speed. Read More

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$749.95 $449.97 at Backcountry

The steep and deep calls for big sticks, and the Line Sick Day 125 Ski answers the call, making the best days even better. Back fo...r another round, the award-winning Sick Day series delivers another season of free-refills on the face shots. A beefy 125mm underfoot, with 150mm in the tip, offers plenty of float for the deepest days. But, with early rise in the tip and tail, these big boys are playful enough to get into those tight stashes. Making them even more playful is their thin tip construction, which sheds about 100grams per pair and cuts down on tip chatter when you open it up back to the chairlift. The maplelite core has a rigid core of maple to screw your bindings into, but uses aspen in the tip and tail so you get a light and buttery feel while you're turning. And if you're torn between a cap construction or sidewall, the Sick Day has you covered, because it features a combination of both. Cap construction on the top gives you easy turn initiation, while a sidewall next to the edge gives plenty of stability for when you're straight-lining chutes. Its Fivecut uses five different shapes blended into one, giving you intuitive control while not inhibiting your turn shapes. Sintered bases keep your core shots to a minimum, and beefy edges can handle some abuse. All in all, the Sick Day 125 is a big mountain, pow-crushing beast that will won't disappoint. Read More

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$249.95 $149.97 at Backcountry

Let your kid unleash their mountain-slaying fury on the Line Super Hero Ski. Traditional camber and an Aspen Macroblock core makes... for a stable, predictable ride that's fun from the park to the groomers to the trees, and the 4D Fibercap fiberglass cap construction provides some stiffness and durability without being too heavy or overpowering. The Super Hero's 5-Cut geometry makes turning super intuitive, and the symmetric flex and twin-tip shape mean your junior hero can ride switch as easily as forward. They'll also probably use their super powers to find and hit every rock and stump on the mountain, so Line built the Super Hero with an extra-thick fatty base and edge and an extruded base to take heroic levels of abuse without breaking down. Read More

Line
$84.95 $55.22 at Backcountry

Graced with a tasty-looking spine painted by Eric Pollard, Line's Pollard's Paint Brush Adjustable Ski Poles let you dream of spin...e lines while you're riding chairs. The adjustable aluminum construction will be nice when you decide to boot out to the backcountry, and the grab tab makes them easier to grip than a cold can on the chairlift. The adjustable hook-and-loop strap lets you get it around whichever gloves you happen to be wearing, and the Scewoff! 60mm and 90mm baskets let you get the right feel for the conditions. Read More

Line
$84.95 $55.22 at Backcountry

Graced with a tasty-looking spine painted by Eric Pollard, Line's Pollard's Paint Brush Adjustable Ski Poles let you dream of spin...e lines while you're riding chairs. The adjustable aluminum construction will be nice when you decide to boot out to the backcountry, and the grab tab makes them easier to grip than a cold can on the chairlift. The adjustable hook-and-loop strap lets you get it around whichever gloves you happen to be wearing, and the Scewoff! 60mm and 90mm baskets let you get the right feel for the conditions. Read More

Line
$54.95 $32.97 at Backcountry

When you bring your wu-tang sword-fighting style to the park, bring a set of sticks that'll measure up. The Line Pin Ski Poles hav...e that dank super-sticky grip you want when you're gettin' corked, and with their Grab Tab grips, your hand won't slide off when you slap them on a rail. Screwoff! baskets let you switch out when things get deeper. Read More

Line
$44.95 $26.97 at Backcountry

Simple, straightforward, and affordable, the Line Tac Ski Poles are a ski bum's delight. Built with an aluminum shaft, soft foam g...rip, and 50mm baskets, these poles are more than equipped to handle the abuses of the park. And if you feel like you need to cut them down, just unscrew the strap and cut through the grip. Read More

Line
$54.95 $32.97 at Backcountry

If you've found yourself mid-air, full-on cat-out-of-the-bag, poles flying, give the Line Women's Hairpins Ski Poles a try. Thanks... to their super-sticky grips and Grab Tap technology, you won't loose your grip--even when the windmills start turning. The 60mm Screwoff! baskets are easy to change or replace, and the extra-fat cinch strap adjusts quickly so you don't fall behind the gang. Read More

Line
$64.95 $38.97 at Backcountry

When the seasons change and you put away your mountain bike and get out your skis, grab the Line Dart Ski Poles. These poles have ...skinny mountain-bike-style grips. Built to do it all, they feature a durable aluminum construction and 2 Screwoff! baskets so you can switch them out for the steep and deep. The adjustable hook-and-loop 25mm strap lets you get the right fit so you don't kill your flow dropping a pole. All the while, the Grab Tab lets you man-handle your poles without slip. Read More

Line
$449.95 $223.96 at Sierra Trading Post

CLOSEOUTS . Like a blast from the past, the Full Tilt Classic ski boots employ classic neon color schemes. Donand#39;t let appeara...nces fool you, though. These boots feature state-of-the-art, modern technologies, like micro-adjustment ratchet buckles and heat-molding Intuitionand#174; closed-cell foam. Available Colors: BLACK/GREEN. Sizes: 26, 26.5, 27, 27.5, 28, 28.5, 29, 29.5, 30, 30.5. Read More

Line
$449.95 $223.96 at Sierra Trading Post

CLOSEOUTS . Like a blast from the past, the Full Tilt Classic ski boots employ classic neon color schemes. Donand#39;t let appeara...nces fool you, though. These boots feature state-of-the-art, modern technologies, like micro-adjustment ratchet buckles and heat-molding Intuitionand#174; closed-cell foam. Available Colors: BLACK/GREEN. Sizes: 26, 26.5, 27, 27.5, 28, 28.5, 29, 29.5, 30, 30.5. Read More

Line
$449.95 $223.96 at Sierra Trading Post

CLOSEOUTS . Like a blast from the past, the Full Tilt Classic ski boots employ classic neon color schemes. Donand#39;t let appeara...nces fool you, though. These boots feature state-of-the-art, modern technologies, like micro-adjustment ratchet buckles and heat-molding Intuitionand#174; closed-cell foam. Available Colors: BLACK/GREEN. Sizes: 26, 26.5, 27, 27.5, 28, 28.5, 29, 29.5, 30, 30.5. Read More

Line
$449.95 $223.96 at Sierra Trading Post

CLOSEOUTS . Like a blast from the past, the Full Tilt Classic ski boots employ classic neon color schemes. Donand#39;t let appeara...nces fool you, though. These boots feature state-of-the-art, modern technologies, like micro-adjustment ratchet buckles and heat-molding Intuitionand#174; closed-cell foam. Available Colors: BLACK/GREEN. Sizes: 26, 26.5, 27, 27.5, 28, 28.5, 29, 29.5, 30, 30.5. Read More

Line
$269.95 at The-House

After years of asking, Line has finally designed a high end junior freestyle ski. The 2011 Line Afterbang Shorty Skis is the most ...advanced junior freestyle ski on the market. With a Maple veneer core this ski will take a lot of abuse with out complaint. The 2010 - 2011 Line Afterbang Short Ski is much like the adult version of the Afterbang but with one less sheet of Maple and no Carbon Ollieband, but do not worry, it has just about the same amount of pop. If you are riding kids skis not designed for the park or adult skis that are too long and expensive, that is because you are an in betweener everyone forgot to make skis for. Now there is a 100% legit, Afterbang construction in your size, with a price to match.Key Features of the Line Afterbang Shorty Skis: Skate Deck Construction 6-ply Maple veneer core Butter Zones Symmetric Flex Symmetric Geometry Fatty Base and Edge Extruded Base Shape: 115/ 88/ 115 Sidecut: 13.5m (144cm) Stance: centered Read More

Line
$30.95 at The-House

The simplest, lightest, most affordable stick with the smallest basket & SKINNIEST GRIP IN THE WORLD!!!Key Features of the Line Ta...c Ski Poles: Soft foam grip 22mm dia. Light weight 6,000 Aluminum Adjustable strap webbing 20mm 50mm minimalistic basket Point is pointier than the grip 175g of dankness (105cm/40 length) Read More

Line
$454.95 at The-House

Make no mistake, the Line Prophet 98 Ski is a west coast in-bounds shredder and an east coast all-mountain ride that will end your... concerns about going wider than 90mm underfoot. A little early rise keeps the tip afloat on the deep days, the metal-reinforced wood core is well mannered at speed or in the chop, and a generous, multi-radius sidecut shape lays trenches when groomer days are the only option. Line made this fat beauty feel skinny in all the right places. Read More

Line
$247.95 at The-House

The Prophet Flite Ski is a narrower, lighter, and livelier version of the Prophet series and it loves to lay deep trenches in the ...groomers. Line didn't axe the early rise from the tip or tail though, and there's still that extra-thick base and edge material you've come to depend on for the occasional trip through the park. Just think of the Flite Ski as the Jack Russel Terrier in a family of bulldogs--it might have short legs, but its twice as nimble and fast. Read More

Line
$227.95 at The-House

Equipped with the buttertastic, jib-happy Line Women's Shadow Skis, you can smoothly hit the rail and land switch without a hitch.... (After hours of practice, of course.) Line gave these skis a lightweight aspen wood core, Symmetric Flex technology, and a stellar park and pipe profile that excels in the terrain park and handles the rest of the mountain too. Read More

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