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Line Stepup Skis

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Description: Line Stepup Skis

If you want a narrow, firm flexing park ski for high-end freestyle shredding, the Line Stepup Skis are your weapon of choice. They feature an ultra-fast Race Base, guaranteeing plenty of speed to clear even the biggest gaps. A revolutionary construction combines a bombproof Skatedeck with a smooth flexing, solid sidewall feel. This makes the Stepup one of the firmest symmetrical skis available with insane pop and durability that can still press out butters all day. If you are all about speed and amplitude, get ready to step up to the next level of freestyle performance.

Key Features of the Line Stepup Skis:
  • Deckwall
  • Fatty Race Base and Edge
  • Symmetric Fivecut
  • Maple Macroblock
  • Symmetric flex
  • Shape mm: 113-86-113
  • Profile mm: 0-4-0 (Tip Early Rise/ Camber/ Tail Early Rise)
  • Sidecut m: 19.3
  • Stance mm: 0 (centered)
  • Tip/ Tail mm: 52/ 52

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Great Gift!
My son was so excited to receive these for Christmas. I did a lot of research before purchasing. My decision was affirmed when my son said these were "bad-ass" skis.
January 1, 2015
Purchased
over 2 years ago
Sickkkk Ski
Love this ski. The true symmetric shape makes riding and landing switch insanely fun and easy. Great pop, but still very buttery on jibs or all over the mountain. Only issue is that the wood deck sometimes chips easily, but just treat em right and they'll hold up nicely. Overall my favorite ski to ride in the park or on mountain. Just get it!
March 31, 2016
Purchased
9 months ago

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my son did the research and wanted and the ski's ... as a terrain park skier (which I'm not) I figured he knew what he wanted.
Debbie V on Sep 12, 2016
my son did the research and wanted and the ski's ... as a terrain park skier (which I'm not) I figured he knew what he wanted.
Debbie V on Sep 12, 2016
Are these skis used or new?
A shopper on Jan 12, 2016
BEST ANSWER: These are new and sweet! Love the wood topsheet.
Do they come in brown?
A shopper on Feb 20, 2015
BEST ANSWER: These Line Stepup Skis have a wood grain style brown topsheet.
I like to ski park, groomed runs, and tree runs will these work for that. I am also 5'8 and 145 what size should I get?
A shopper on Dec 2, 2016
What size break should I get if if want to be mounted dead center?
A shopper on Nov 11, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Standard 90mm or 100mm brake is fine. The skis are 86mm at dead center meaning if you mount them dead center, the brake will sit slightly behind that, closer to 87 or 88mm width. Anything wider than that is fine for brakes.
Will these skis work with a set of demo tryolia attack 13s or will the binding be too wide for this ski?
eric B on Jul 17, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I can't see why not. It's more the brake width to pay attention to. The skis are 87mm at the waist but the toe and heel of the binding sits at a wider spot. I have them mounted dead center because I like the symmetrical ski. Marker jester bindings I think are about the same size as the tyrolia. You probably have ballpark 100mm of platform to work with for the toe and heel pieces. Just make sure you have a 110mm brake. The 130mm is way too big. Hope that helps.
What bindings would work best with these? I'm an advanced skier that spends 60% on the mountain and 40% in the park. Thx.
Christopher S on Nov 29, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Marker griffon
I'm a snowboarder switching back to skiing. I'm looking for a reasonably priced park ski any suggestions?
Tanner G on Feb 19, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Hi Tanner,

May people budget differently. What price is reasonable for you?