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Line Tigersnake Skis

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Description: Line Tigersnake Skis

Devour the mountain without chewing! Early Taper, Early Rise, Thin Tip and a Carbon Ollieband make the all new Tigersnake the most techy, affordable and lightest all terrain freestyle ski on the market!

Key Features of Line Tigersnake Skis:
  • Lengths: 157, 167, 171, 178
  • Shape (mm): 113/88/109
  • Profile (mm): 3-4-3
  • Sidecut Avg (m): 17.6 (171cm)
  • Stance (mm): -23
  • Weight/Pair (g): 3,300 (178cm)
  • Core: Aspenlite
  • Edge: Fatty Base & Edge
  • Flex: Symmetric Flex
  • Geometry: 5-Cut
  • Technology: 4D Fibercap
  • Base: Extruded

Tigersnake

Past Season Product


5.0 / 5.0
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Flexi n look fly as f***
So far, so good. Got the bindings mounted n tunes in just yesterday, slapped my boots on n clipped in just for a dry fit n my god are they Lighter and more flexible than i ever expected, even with my Rossi Axial2 bindings it feels like im just wearing boots. Havent been able to slap em on to shred, but that day will come soon enough
October 30, 2016
East Hamptom, CT, US
Age: 25-44
Purchased
1 year ago
Ability:
Advanced
Very good ski for the money!!! $$$
I ski all mountain at an expert level and these Tiger Snakes are a very fun, poppy, everyday ski for the money! They are very light and fun when hitting jumps, messing around in the moguls, trees, and great for learning park! Low swing weight too, I can 360 almost anywhere on these! I can take these things anywhere from the park all the way up to the chutes and keep up, (or pass up) the best of skiers! They are best for a hard pack day and not good for deep powder, but can handle it if needed. Graphics are cool too, bases and edges seem to hold up well! Have already skied 18 days this season on them! Was going to give them four stars because they seem to chip easily... but no ski's last forever, especially when you shred!!!
January 29, 2017
Lake Tahoe, NV, US
Age: 15-24
Ability:
Expert

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What size bindings work for these skis?
A shopper on Jan 20, 2016
BEST ANSWER: You want bindings that have a brake width of somewhere in the 93-103mm range.
Will the Rossignol Axial 3 120 binding work for these in 178?
Chad P on Nov 28, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Hi Chad,
I agree with Daniel... the 120mm brake width will be too wide. Look for a brake more like 95mm or 100mm. Look here: http://www.the-house.com/ro1a3dw2100bp16zz-rossignol-ski-bindings.html
would the rossi axiom 120 100mm go nice with these?
A shopper on Jan 15, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Absolutely.
178cm binding size?
A shopper on Jan 20, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Look in the 95-105mm range (brake width).

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