The Blend is a SLAYER. This is basically the only ski I shred on all year round. Street, Park, Pipe, Powder, Mountain, X-Country... (just kidding). This ski is practical anywhere. The early rise, and thin tip/tails makes butters a breeze, while the stiffness underfoot provides a stable platform for gapping to rails, hitting big tables, or landing in the pow. If you want one ski that does it all, go with the Blend.
Such a fun ski to ride on. I picked these up at the start of the season and loved them from the first lap ripping down a preseason groomer. These skis really can handle anything from park to pow. The thing that most surprised me was how well they preformed on the groom. I'll admit I had my concerns buying such a buttery ski thinking they would not ski well on hardpack, but they preformed excellent, staying stable and on edge at speeds well past 50 Mph. The bases are very durable, although I cannot stay the same for the topsheets, which chipped a lot after the first few weeks. The flex pattern on these skis makes riding in powder a blast, and the 100mm underfoot provides enough floatation to ski powder in the Morning then go hit the park after all the snow gets tracked out, but still ski it like a regular park ski. Consider it the perfect width. Consider it a one ski quiver. Consider the Blend.
I have owned a few skis and none can compare to the Line Blends 2015 or 2016. I now no longer ride another ski but the Line Blend. For the cost and what it does is remarkable. It is a All mountain ski twin tip that has amazing flexibility as a park ski and powder ski with its width in the mid section.