The Line Blend Skis combine a nimble and playful all mountain shape with the symmetry and pop you need to rule the park. Coming at you with lightweight Thin Tip™ and Maplelite Macro Block™ construction, you'll enjoy your Blends in any conditions. The 100 mm waist width is the perfect compromise, and the Symmetric Flex™ rides forward or switch with equal ease. Go throw a switch nose butter off that pillow and into that chute, because the Blend encourages crazy freestyle mixups.
Profile 4 / 4 / 4 mm (Early Rise Tip / Camber / Early Rise Tail)
Early Rise™ The rise in the tip starts early for effortless float in soft snow without sitting back and easier turn initiation in any conditions.
Symmetric Flex™ The same flex pattern ahead of and behind your boot handles terrain equally well riding forward or backward.
5-Cut™ 5 Different sizes of sidecut radius shapes are blended into one, for intuitive control & unlimited turn shapes.
Average Radius The average turning radius of the 164, 171, 178 and 184 Blend Skis is 20.5 m
Thin Tip™ Super thin core and sidewall in the tips are 100 grams lighter per pair for reduced swing weight and tip bounce.
MapleLite Macro Block™ Solid Maple underfoot with lightweight Aspen at the tips for durability and reduced swing weight
CapWall™ Cap on the top for light & responsive performance, combined with 5 mm sidewall over the edges for a smooth solid feel
Fatty™ Base 30% Thicker Base: 1.7 mm thick base for increased durability
Fatty™ Edge 30% Thicker edge: 2 mm x 2.5 mm edge dramatically increases durability and tuning life.
Bindings not included
We recommend a brake width equal to or at most 15 mm wider than the ski waist width.
|Tip Width (mm)||132||132||132||132|
|Waist Width (mm)||100||100||100||100|
|Tail Width (mm)||122||122||122||122|
|Indiv. Ski Weight (g)||2019|
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Comments about Line Skis Blend Skis 2014:
Thought I would just use them as pow skis, but with the weight I can easily see how others use the Blends as their one ski quiver. I'll have to use them more in the park to really see how well they handle on rails. I can see them being more stable on big jumps compared to my Afterbangs.