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The line stepup ski
Hey, has anyone tried the line stepup skis? Wondering about the weight, if you put on a dynastar troublemaker binding? You think its heavy?
pretty dope ski. i'll probably end up picking up a pair this year.
basically a stiffer version of the afterbang
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same thing. hear nothign but good things on them, but i would like to hear from someone that has actually rode on them.
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exactly a stiffer version. same ski but with a carbon band.
its a sweet ski, love the wood finish on it.
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they are quite heavy. I held up a pair in the shops the other day and they felt heavier than most of the other park skis the same size. MUCH heavier than say.. AR7s..
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Have em, love em. Much less floppy then the afterbangs and a great flex pattern
I have these skis also and love them. They are pretty stiff compared to abangs but they are still fun skis to play around. And If you want to go ride allmountain it`s not problem with these skis.
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