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Line Afterbang


$435.00 Released August, 2010

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Can be taken into off-piste areas and maneuver well. Butter zones are well designed and have excellent snap. Lots of flex for the park, handles pipe action while keeping you in control.

The Cons:Heavier than most park skis, slows you down a bit. Tend to sink in deep powder.

The Line Afterbang is a park style freestyle ski that comes with a number of innovative jib-specific technologies, making it perfect for park riding and playful tricks.

The Afterbang comes with butterzones, which are top veneer layers that end at a specific point both in front and behind the binding that creates a 'hinge' point, giving it a smooth and controllable feel for nose/tail presses and for buttering.

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It comes with a wrap around edge, making it highly durable because the edge wraps around the entire tip without a seam. This ski also comes with a carbon ollieband, which comes with vartically laminated, carbon-fiber stringers that work to give you a lightweight ski for a ride full of pop.
This ski is related to the Line Stepup, which is also a freestyle park board, but it does not have the butter zones of the wrap around edge.

Features

  • freestyle ski
  • park style
  • jib-specific technologies
  • butterzones
  • wrap around edge
  • carbon ollieband
  • fatty base and edge
  • center mount
  • symmetric flex
  • symmetric geometry
  • real twin tip
  • skate deck construction
  • maple wood veneer core
  • sizes: 155, 166, 177
  • shape: 115-88-115

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Pros
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    can be taken into off-piste areas and maneuver well

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    butter zones are well designed and have excellent snap

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    lots of flex for the park, handles pipe action while keeping you in control

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    stiff enough to sail off of jumps with solid landings

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    handle rails without getting scratched up

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    great maneuvering at low speeds, can handle high speeds when you need it to

Cons
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    heavier than most park skis, slows you down a bit

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    tend to sink in deep powder

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