LINE BLADE SKIS 2023
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Get the Line Blade Skis now at Aspectsport. “Yippie!!” is what you will be saying all the way down the mountain. The Blade utilizes Line’s proprietary “Gas Pedal Metal” which is chevron-shaped titanal bands running from underfoot to almost tip and tail. This allows for increased edge hold without the weight of a full sheet or two of titanal. The Blade is one of the quickest skis edge-to-edge on the market with its super aggressive side cut. This combined with the partial metal construction provides a freight train-like experience, you literally feel like you are on rails. The Blade is a ski that even the “Daywalker” would approve of. Shop today at the best price.
- Early Rise: Tip and tail lift away from the snow to bring the contact points closer to the center of the ski. This increases a ski's lift in deep snow and allows it to engage more quickly on a hardpack.
- Directional Flex: The softer tip floats and initiates turns easily while the stiffer tail provides power, stability, and high-speed control.
- 5-Cut Geometry: Five different radiuses are blended into the ski's sidecut. The result? A wide variety of turn shapes and an intuitive feel.
- Aspen Core: 100% Aspen wood for the lightest, most nimble feel.
- Gas Pedal Metal: Titanal focused across the ski width provides increased edge grip and torsional stability while maintaining a lively feel along the length of the ski. Two independent tip and tail Titanal pieces add power and energy.
- Sidewall Construction: Ultra-high-density Polyethylene vertical walls over the edges absorb vibrations and provide powerful energy transmission.
- Fatty Base: 1.7mm – 30% thicker base dramatically increases the durability and tuning life of the skis.
- Fatty Edge: 2.5mm x 2.2mm – 30% thicker edge dramatically increases the durability and tuning life of these skis.
UPC Code -
886745967255, 886745970026, 886745970132, 880000085081, 880000085098, 880000085104
From someone that was a semi-professional snowboarder and a sales agent in the UK snowboarding industry for 17 years and revisiting skiing after 30 year absence, I can say that the Blades are lots of fun to re-learn skiing on, even if only using them in a snowdome. For a ski that looks to the general skier like a "powder ski" they can turn on a 6 pence especially after coming from straight skis, I love the bizarre/puzzled looks I receive from people. These skis are well built and lots of fun, I very much look forward to getting them on the mountain someday.