The 2022 Line Blade is probably the most surprising ski of the year. Its unique shape and construction add up to a product that is something totally knew for Line, and that sparked a lot of interest at the OR Snow Show in January 2020. As a Newschoolers member put it, it exists "because those who were the most loyal to Line at their inception are now 30+ and we want some god damn dad skis from the brands we love!" - @Skibumsmith . And "everybody loves the turn. And these skis turn." - @pbs .
The Blade is positioned as a "metal laminate freeride ski". The wide shovel floats in fresh snow and the 95mm underfoot gives it versatility for various conditions. After testing, I found this ski to be most fun for carving on groomers, bringing back memories from my racing years. - @Dr.Zorko
Sizes: 169, 176, 181
Dimensions: 154 - 95 - 124
Flex Pattern: Directional Flex™
The skis that will change how you rip down the mountain, the Blade is your go-to ski when you want to have a ridiculous amount of fun at the resort. A Gas Pedal Metal™ layup allows these skis to charge through any condition, while a super tight sidecut offers the ability to turn on a dime. Pair this with a surprising amount of playfulness, and you've got one set of skis that will empower you to ski weird, ski different and ski #morefunner.
- Aspen Core
- Fatty™ 1.7 Base
- Sidewall Construction
- Fatty™ 2.5mm x 2.2mm Edges