In the Line Skis Super Hero Skis - Boys 2012, Line has brought adult quality construction to its junior skis while maintaining their ability to be easy to handle with a light and lively feel. This is because the Line Skis Super Hero Skis are built with a full Aspen core with 4D Fibercap™ construction and P-Cut™ Geometry. These playful twin-tips will have your grom progressing quicker than ever and enjoying every minute.
True camber from tip to tail for ultimate control
P-Cut™ Geometry is a 5-radius sidecut with the tightest radius in the tip for effortless predictable turn initiation at any speed.
4D Fibercap™ construction consists of fiberglass layered in 4 directions around the core for a high strength to weight ratio throughout and an ultra lively, responsive, and sensitive feel.
Extruded Fatty Base & Edge are easy to repair.
Aspen Macroblock™ Core is made from the widest and highest quality Aspen laminates for long lasting camber and energy that is more forgiving. This 100% tip to tail wood core is the lightest, most durable in the universe.
Directional Flex has a softer tip that floats and initiates turns easily with a stiffer tail that provides reliable and powerful turn exits and stability.
We recommend a brake width that is equal to the ski waist width and at most 15 mm wider.
|Tip Width (mm)||97||101||101||101|
|Waist Width (mm)||76||80||80||80|
|Tail Width (mm)||90||94||94||94|
|Turning Radius (m)||17|
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Comments about Line Skis Super Hero Skis - Boys 2012:
We bought these for our 11 year old son for Christmas. First and foremost EVO was awesome to deal with. I'll for sure buy gear from them again!
These Line skis are probably great for recreational skiers. However our son is a competitive freestyle skier and a season of training and competition beat these skis up pretty badly. The tops are delaminating, there are huge gouges in the top coat and lots of splinters. He wasn't the only skier on the team with these skis. The other two athletes with them also had the same outcomes. The Lines just didn't hold up as well as similar Aramadas or K2s that other athletes on the team were using.
I would recommend them to a friend for a good recreational ski, but they don't have the durability for a season of training and competition.