Line was supposed to go threw the roof when the Reactor was released, but that didn't quite turn out as planned. Line has a good cult base of skiers who are always loyal, but if they wanna take the market by storm they need something that separates them from everybody else. In my opinion Line's future lies in the hands of that damn binding. They are still a very young company compared to salomon, rossi etc. There was so much hype surrounding that binding, and then people were totally disappointed. If they can perfect that binding to where it's the safest on the market and economically durable, they will fly.
As for the skis, the graphics have no meaning to me, because i sticker them up anyways. The skis have shown to be pretty durable though.
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