The 2021 Line Tom Wallisch Pro, a park ski. A review of Tom Wallisch's ideal park weapon, plus weight and full specs.
I did not expect to like these skis. Narrow, pretty stiff, and with moderate rocker splay, they really didn't tick any of the boxes of skis I normally like. However, taking a step back and thinking as objectively as I can, they are the best pure park ski I've skied in a long, long time. They absolutely crush jumps with a long, stable cambered platform that extends for at least two-thirds of the ski and they rip on groomers thanks to a really nice sidecut. Line has always made skis that turn surprisingly well for their specs and these are no exception. They are also super poppy and energetic off rollers etc. I expected them to be no fun at all on butters and small features but they soften enough in the rockered section, which is actually fairly decent in length (similar or identical to the Blend), to be fun to butter on too. You need to carry some speed because they are decently stiff ski, but they don't rule out that possibility of stalling out butters like a Volkl Revolt 87 and other similarly stiff skis. They are sort of like a lighter K2 Poacher. If your first priority when skiing park is going big, but you still like to have some playful fun, these could be the perfect ski for you. - @Twig
Sizes: 157, 164, 171, 178 cm
Dimensions: 118 / 90 / 116 mm
Radius: 19M - 178
Weight: 1800g /ski - 178
Profile: 5 - 4 - 5
A global household name in skiing synonymous with LINE. The creator of modern freestyle worked with our engineers to make necessary tweaks to the shape of his skis to add more stability and quicker spins. Durable Fatty Sintered Bases and bomb(drop) proof oversized edges. If it's got TW's signature on it, you know freestyle skiers everywhere will approve of it too.