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Line Afterbang 2014 Ski Review

Line Afterbang 2014

Ski Statistics - Length (cm) / Sidecut (mm) / Radius (m)

155 / 115-88-115 /
166 / 115-88-115 /
172 / 115-88-115 /
177 / 115-88-115 / 18

Manufacturer's Description

More durable, more lighter, more buttery, more funner

We’ve replaced the top laminate on the Afterbang ski with an abrasion resistant layer as well as removed a layer of maple veneer in the tips. The result is dramatically increased tip & tail durability while reducing swing weight. We’ve also created an entirely new 3D Butterzone that is located closer to your feet with more torsional forgiveness for smoother, more consistent, controllable butters & presses than ever before. The Afterbang is still the only ski in the world built with our patented 6-Ply maple veneer Skate Deck construction, exactly like a skateboard, for durability like no other park ski on the planet.

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