Whether you’re ripping up a storm or charging down a groomer, the LINE Sick Day 104 is here for your all mountain needs. Featuring Magic Finger Carbon Filaments combined with a lightweight aspen core, the Sick Day 104 can take you from deep in the backcountry to first chair groomer turns with ease. Versatile, stable, and ready for whatever you can throw at it.
Taking home Ski Of The Year from Powder Magazine, the LINE Sakana is a versatile all mountain ski like no other on the market. With a 105mm waist and signature swallowtail design, the Sakana offers unmatched carving abilities paired with deep snow float. Grab yourself a pair of Sakana’s and start carving, floating, and surfing until you’re sore in the face from smiling so much. Experience the ski that everyone is talking about.
Designed for the skier who loves to spend his day on piste, the LINE Sick Day 88 allows for fast edge-to-edge maneuverability and maintains a light, stable, and playful feel. Featuring an Aspenlite Core, you can carve turns all day long and you don’t even have to break the bank to do it.
Deep powder, blown out chop, or hard pack, the LINE Supernatural 100 always steps up and performs. Metal Matrix technology lends a planted and stable feel in all conditions, so you can lock into groomer turns or slash through powder like a hero. The Supernatural 100 is here to give you otherworldly confidence for maximum mountain fun times.
Does the thought of early morning groomers make you all tingly inside? If you said “why yes, yes it does” then the LINE Supernatural 86 is the ski for you. Reinforced with Metal Matrix technology, the Supernatural 86 allows for quick edge-to-edge turns while giving you a planted and stable feel. This ski was designed to charge, so point them down the mountain and get ripping.
Your go-to high-speed charger, the LINE Supernatural 92 is here to help you lay waste to any kind of terrain. With Metal Matrix technology for a Cadillac-smooth ride, go ahead and lean into your turns and feel the sweet power of metal-reinforcement in this all-mountain freeride ski.
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