Such a fun ski! The blends are perfect for a broke ass skier like me who skis both park and pow. They are very light especially with griffons on them like Ive got. The early rise in the tip and tail helps this ski float should you take it to the sidecountry and the camber underfoot lets you rip the corduroy.
-jack of all trades, master of none
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I bought line blends at the start of this season and love them! they are a great ski for park but are wide enough you can shred the pow with them too.They have awesome flex but still have enough pop to get up on rails and jibs. they are great for jumps too, wether it is a 80 footer on a pro line or a 20 footer at your local hill. you can stomp anything on them. I like them alot for rails becuase of the 100mm waist, it helps lock into rails and the flex is great for butters. I would reccomend this ski to anyone who skis in the park but wants a flexy and fat ski to shred. great job line!
I rode this ski all of last year in Onterrible and it was awesome on everything the ice-coast had to offer, and then I took it to Whistler for a really snowy week and I skied steeps and trees in deep powder and they held their own in every condition. The only thing I would have changed was my mounting position in the steep and deep; I could have been a little farther back from centre. I used to race, i have worked in the ski industry for 3 years now, i have tried a lot of skis and i can confidently say that this is one of the best skis on the market. If you like a playful, soft-tip ski that can handle anything, this is your ski. It's stiff enough under-foot to shred groomers, soft enough in the tips to press the crap out of them, and wide enough to handle super deep days. In my humble opinion, this is one of the greatest all-around skis that you can buy. And by all-around i mean literally everything: carving, bombing, rails, jumps, pow, switch skiing, butters and aesthetics. This ski is a true one-ski-quiver.