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Line Blend 2017 Ski Review

Line Blend 2017

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

171 / 132-100-122 /
178 / 132-100-122 / 21
185 / 132-100-122 /

Manufacturer's Description

The Line Blend is a freestyle ski with not an ounce of emotional baggage. A wide platform and a forgiving flex make this ski a buttery toy that helps you press, jump, spin, and just get more creative with your skiing. Line pro Will Wesson uses the Blend as his go-everywhere and do-everything freestyle ski, turning the entire mountain into his own playground. Wesson is known to slay mid-winter pow and then send ‘er through spring park laps just as easily thanks to the Blend’s Sintered Fatty™ base. This ski keeps it light for effortless park performance while delivering stability and power at high speeds. Want to ride the stick that Will used to win an X-Games gold? Ride the Line Blend.

Real time prices for the Line Blend 2017, or similar ski products:

Line Blend Ski

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Click to buy from Backcountry.com
$599.95

Line Blend Skis 2020

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Click to buy from Skis.com
$599.95

Line Blend Skis 2020

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Click to buy from SummitSports.com
$599.95
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