Line Afterbang Alpine Skis
Hit a 12-step rail and ride out the landing on the asphalt with the Line Afterbang Park Skis. Line threw out traditional ski design by getting rid of the core, topsheet, and sidewalls, and they made the Afterbang Park Skis from a full 7-ply rock maple deck. This is the same design skateboard deck makers have been using for skaters who grind rails and curbs all day. Butter Zones in the Line Afterbang Skis are carbon fiber stringers that add strength for more controllable ollies and better pop than wood-core skis. These skis are fully symmetrical in shape and flex for consistent turns and landings whether youâ€™re taking off forwards or landing fakie.
Stats: (All lengths)
- Tip-waist-tail: 115-88-115mm
- Shape: Twin tip
- Twin tip with equal height tip-and-tail for easy riding forward or switch
- 7-ply rock maple ski thatâ€™s built like a skateboard deck for unbeatable endurance riding rails, stairs, solid ice, and asphalt
- Butter Zones carbon fiber strips added for additional pop in this park ski
- Symmetrical shape so the ski carves into jumps forwards and backwards
- Fatty edges are twice as thick as normal edges in case you hit some buried debris while carving turns through the woods
- Edges wrap fully around the ski tips for ultimate durability
- Symmetrical flex for carving facing forwards or backwards
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"What year was this ski made? Thanks"
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Question by greg on 9/21/2010 - 10:54 am
"These are 2009."
Answer by bunny slope destroyer (Peter Glenn Staff) on 9/21/2010 - 11:22 am
"What is the difference between the 09- 11?"
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Question by Dave on 10/3/2010 - 1:33 pm
"The features, construction and dimensions are the same, but the graphics are different."
Answer by gracie (Peter Glenn Staff) on 10/8/2010 - 11:20 am
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