cameron.raggthe recommended stance on line skis.com is 40mm from centre, I'm keen to ski them as a park ski so was wondering wether you could centre mount them
TreewellMagnetI Really enjoy my Chronics. Very lively and light ski, great on groomers and park. Needs an sharp edge if you're on harder/icy snow as it has a softer flex.
My biggest complaint is that the build quality is sometimes not the best. On one of my skis the base material did not reach all the way to the tail edge. So make sure you give the skis a careful once over for any obvious defects.
I think I mounted mine at -2 from center but they feel like they would totally ski well at center. But just to be sure, ask the tech as I think they are not symmetrical so maybe it might be better to mount at sidecut center rather than true center?
cdipChronics to me are playful but heavy. All my line skis have been a crap build and peel day 1. I'm switching to punx.
VizualThe chronics are seriously lightweight lol. And they seem to be lines most durable ski. (They're the only line ski I would ever buy)its probably because I changed bindings too from the future spin but when I did the chronics felt like they were twice the weight. They are way more durable than the other line skis I've had but they still peeled very easily. Hopefully the punx are the stiff and lightweight with a high quality build in looking for.