2018 Line Ski Gear

Line Blend

2018 Skis

Newschoolers' Review: The Blends are light for the size, have a low swingweight and are super soft in the tips and tails. They aren't that poppy but they are easy to ollie thanks to that ease of flexing them. If you like soft skis, like to play around in the park and around the hill at less than mach 10, buy them. T…

  • Sizes: 171, 178, 185
  • Dimensions: 132 - 100 - 122

Line Chronic

2018 Skis

Member Review: The Chronics are a very lightweight ski. The top sheet chips quite easily, but other than that they are really durable. Super poppy, flexy, and playful. Overall, a very fun ski. - zakattack66 The Chronic is a ski you can take anywhere. Its width underfoot combined with a pretty long rocker profile …

  • Sizes: 164, 171, 178, 185
  • Dimensions: 121 / 92 / 117

Line Honey Badger

2018 Skis

Newschoolers' Review: These are skis that will work incredibly well for some and not for others. I couldn’t personally ski these as my daily park driver because on the mountain I tend to rail around, ski some cruddy bump runs and high speed all mountain jibs even on my park skis and these felt too torsionally …

  • Sizes: 155, 166, 172, 177
  • Dimensions: 120 - 92 - 116

Line Magnum Opus

2018 Skis

Newschoolers' Review: The Line Magnum Opus is an (almost) versatile superfat ski. So who actually needs such a thing? Well jibby skiers who live somewhere it snows a fuckload couldn't do much better. Less than super-gifted pow skiers who want to land switch and surf in fresh snow and need some help (AKA me) are goin…

  • Sizes: 188
  • Dimensions: 148 - 124 - 146

Line Mordecai

2018 Skis

Newschoolers' Review: They have the traditional surfy sidecut/profile of all Pollard skis but the stiffer nature of the ski does change things a little. They are much more comfortable in choppy snow and more stable on landings than either the wider Magnum or the narrower Bacon. They bridge the gap between the two ot…

  • Sizes: 179, 186, 193C
  • Dimensions: 141 - 114 - 138

Line Sick Day 104

2018 Skis

Manufacturer's Description: An all-new upgrade on the award-winning design, the 104 is the perfect waist width for mixing it up on the frontside and backside. Lightweight, surfy but stable thanks to the new Magic Finger Carbon Filaments, this ski still has the hold where you need it. In stores from: $599.95 …

  • Sizes: 172, 179, 186
  • Dimensions: 137 - 104 - 121

Line Sick Day 114

2018 Skis

Characteristics: Surfy, charger Manufacturer's Description: From backcountry, slack country and hard pack, the all-new Sick Day 114 is the perfect powder ski for those looking for a surfy, playful feel and ease of use while planing through deep snow. Magic Finger Carbon Filaments add power without sacrificing wei…

  • Sizes: 180, 190
  • Dimensions: 140 - 114 - 126

Line Sir Francis Bacon

2018 Skis

Newschoolers' Review: The Bacon has a medium / stiff flex that is pretty consistent throughout. It skied very well on the hardback and the variable spring crud as well. Not as jibby as older versions of this ski, (unchanged this year) this would be the ski I would ride everyday when I’m too old to be fooling a…

  • Sizes: 178, 184, 190
  • Dimensions: 135 - 104 - 131

Line Tigersnake

2018 Skis

Member Review: I rode a pair at SIA On-Snow and the bases are definitely felt faster than the TC ski or future spins have been. I had a slightly smaller size than I wanted to try but even with that, they were surprisingly stable. More of a medium flex, they are pretty poppy and did quick butter turns real smooth wit…

  • Sizes: 157, 164, 171, 178
  • Dimensions: 113 - 88 - 109

Line Tom Wallisch Pro

2018 Skis

Newschoolers' Review: "I love this ski. I've been in the park since around 2000 and I can honestly say these are one of, if not the, best park skis I have ever used. They make doing things in the park easier, and because of that they give you a feeling that you can try more. And partly because of the ski, you …

  • Sizes: 157, 164, 171, 178
  • Dimensions: 117 - 90 - 112