Me and my bro Joe(Joemuench) decided that our summer wasn't going anywhere fast so we packed a quick bag and left from the boiling heat of Long Island to go to Burlington, Vermont on a road trip.
Our main objective: visit LINE skis. We got there on 20 dollars worth of dunkin donuts, an 8th of some super dank nugs, and 7 hours of driving. After talking to some locals we found out the whereabouts of the factory and headed over there.
We arrived in the cramped out office space with much surprise. The LINE coorporate office was tucked away in some industrial park amongst a spa, a restaraunt, and some other oddball businesses, but it was rad. The first thing we see when we go in are all of next years skis, some posters hangin up, a few cubicles and lots of other random skiing shit everywhere; many of the stuff was from the original line of skiboards and twin tips, and we also got to see the rare prototype prophets, very sick might I add. So we meander in and find some guy at a copy machine with a look of bewilderment on his face, we state our cause and he goes and bring out the man himself jason levinthal. we told him our story about how we drove all the way to burlington just to peep the LINE building and he was super stoked. Jason showd us all of next years stuff, and showed us the new catalog and gave us a tour of the office and we met all the awesome people at LINE. He also gave us mad free shwag which included like 50 little stickers, some new stickers that haven't come out yet, wallets, hats and bandanas, mad legit. Then he gets the scoop on our local ski shop that deals with LINE and he wants to eventually tour to places all over the east and hold rail jams, and wants to have one by us in the parking lot of the shop with some team riders.
Basically Jason Levinthal is the man and so is his company, support LINE and support skiing. With Jasons permission we'll scan this catalog and put up some of the more notable pages, I'm out.
'damn son landing switch in pow is like...eating jello with a fork...'