Yeah I can't think of anything good to say about the Abang. The whole skate deck construction is a bullshit way of making skis. It is heavy, lifeless, and doesn't even have a sidewall. Their whole point is to be very durable, but they are cheaply made and fall apart incredibly easily. Not to mention it is a fully symmetrical noodle, so sucks for all mountain. And the majority of Abang riders are 12 year old gapers. I think Line definitely makes a few good models of skis, but IMO, this is not one of them.
Maybe the performance didn't work out, but the marketing did 100%. I cannot tell you how many of these are on the east coast, not just on park skiers, but on a shit ton of gapers who never go in the park in their lives. Line has insanely good marketing to make "a ski built like a skateboard" sound genius, when in reality, they should have stuck to the cap wall.