LINE Super Hero Alpine Skis (Kids')

LINE Super Hero Alpine Skis (Kids') -
  • LINE Super Hero Alpine Skis (Kids') -
Was $295.00
SALE: $149.99

Quick Specs

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  • Profile: Camber
  • Waist Width: 80

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Waist Width

Camber: Shaped like upside-down U. Great for speed and stability.

70-80: Mainly for frontside carving

Style: A10019

When he starts riding the terrain park and disappearing for hours on end, he's ready to upgrade to freestyle twin-tip skis. The LINE Super Hero Alpine Skis offer adult construction in pint-size proportions. Directional Flex helps tips and tails maneuver with ease, and P-Cut Geometry encourages effortless turn initiation at any speed.


  • Ski Dimensions: 101/80/94
  • Turn Radius: 15.5m (113cm)
  • Design: Freestyle for park performance
  • Camber: Traditional


  • 4D Fibercap Construction is strong and responsive
  • P-Cut Geometry initiates turns with ease
  • Directional Flex creates a stable ride
  • Aspen Macroblock Wood Core
  • Real Twin Tip for riding switch
  • Extruded Base is low maintenance

Questions and Answers

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"what size binding should i use "
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Question by trevor work on 4/4/2011 - 8:35 pm
"You can use the Tyrolia SL 45 Ski Bindings (Kids')."
Answer by Grace (Peter Glenn Staff) on 4/5/2011 - 9:26 am
"Hi, Could you put some bindings on these for me? I would like to buy the 133 for my park-obsessed son. Let me know how to purchase."
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Question by Elizabeth on 12/3/2011 - 12:21 pm
"Unfortunately we do not mount binding on skis before shipping. We recommend you get them fitted by a certified technician at your local ski shop. "
Answer by alejandra (Peter Glenn Staff) on 12/3/2011 - 1:39 pm
"My 12 year old is a strong intermediate skier. He's in the terrain park all the time at our local ski hill in Missouri. We are heading to CO in a few weeks and want to upgrade him to some twin tips. He weighs 110 and is almost 5 feet. What size of ski would you recommend?"
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Question by Jackie on 12/29/2011 - 8:59 am
"A 140 would be a good size for park riding. If you are looking for an all-mountain ski for an aggressive intermediate then a ski closer to a 149 will do the trick."
Answer by alejandra (Peter Glenn Staff) on 12/29/2011 - 9:38 am

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