nbreasinmost pro skiers on line that ski park use the chronic i think
BurgyWallisch has been using Tigersnakes in some of the Good Company shots, so they cant be that bad of a ski.
WillskiforfreeGo with the line masterminds.
BurgyAlso OP if you really want them to be a ski that Pros use, Wallisch has been using Tigersnakes in some of the Good Company shots, so they cant be that bad of a ski.
Volvo242So, if Wallisch rides the skis they instatly become good skis?
SamuelSki11I hope you are kidding. The masterminds have cap construction which is not durable at all.
Go with the Chronics!
Willskiforfreeobviously you have no idea on what you are talking about.
THEDIRTYBUBBLENo the masterminds are arguablly the worst skis on the market. Line makes great skis, but the mastermind is pretty much like skiing on a peice balsa wood.
SkimI am a beginner I bought the fisher night sticks last year witch was a hudge mistake the were super very for my first twin tip and adult ski.I am a beginner to intermediate I can do 360 and most rails.But this year I want a new lighter ski that is more play full I was thinking new line tiger snake or line chronic 2015 I don't want a ski that is for pros like my old one but I want a very light ski that I can handle ....
-lighter 1650g per pair(half the chronics weight. think about if you can spin a 360 on the chronics you can 720 on the tigersnakes, kinda.)
.Hugo.Twice as heavy hahahahaha. Jesus.....Swing and a miss there bud. Thats 1650 per ski, chronic is 1800 per ski. 150 grams is very minimal, wont even make a difference
says right there buddy. and I doubt line would have false information on there site. Swing and a miss there bud.
.Hugo.Lol you are an absolute moron. Please refrain from giving people advice on here anymore.
cdipI am just having some fun. Of course they arent that light, I would have already bought 500 pairs.
.Hugo.No youre about as dumb as a retarded turkey and finally realized it
cdipHey its not my fault the line page says the together ski weight is 1600
AnGaperPlease, do not bother with line. I have a few dudes I know who ride for line, and one of them went through 6 pairs of skis in one season. If you have a price range like the chronic and tigersnake's, I'd invest more time and thought into Icelantic, Jskis, or ON3P. ON3P can be a little tough to find deals on, but they're well worth the price. I can say the same for Icelantics, but they're easy to find deals on, especially outdated skis. From experience I can tell you that if you want a playful ski for learning, it really doesn't matter, as long as it isn't incredibly stiff.