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Line Afterbang Shorty Skis - Kids, Youth



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Description: Line Afterbang Shorty Skis - Kids, Youth

The Line Afterbang Shorty Skis make it so your kids have a fitting setup during their growing phase. The Afterbang Shortys are designed rugged like an adult ski, but are made in shorter sizes so all the jibbing and park abuse that your little one dishes out won't leave you with a set of skis destined for the garbage at the end of the season. With a sandwiched construction and twin tipped shape, this hybrid ski has park destruction written all over it. Don't bother buying another pair of youth skis that will be outgrown in a hurry when you can have the top quality Line Afterbang Shorty Skis!

Key Features of the Line Afterbang Shorty Skis:
  • Great value!
  • Skate Deck Construction
  • Butterzones
  • Symmetric Fivecut
  • Fatty Base and Edge
  • Symmetric Flex
  • Shape mm: 115-88-115
  • Profile mm: 0-3-0 (Tip Early Rise/ Camber/ Tail Early Rise)
  • Sidecut m: 13.5
  • Stance mm: 0 (centered)
  • Tip/ Tail mm: 52/ 52

Afterbang Shorty

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sweet skis
Have used in back yard. cant wait for the mountain to open. Skis seem super flex. great fast shipping just what i wanted.
December 10, 2014
over 3 years ago

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How would these skis work in a 144cm for my son, 5' 10", 80lbs all mountain off and on piste, powder & groomed?
A shopper on Nov 16, 2014
BEST ANSWER: If he is 5'10" you might want to get him a longer pair of skis. I'm 5'11" and ski on 177s. Afterbangs are also more of a park ski then all mountain/powder ski.

Check out the Line Mastermind its a stiffer ski and comes in 167cm and 172cm.

Or the choice ski of Line Skis team riders the Chronics in 164cm
Are they as good as they sound?
A shopper on Dec 14, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Yes! We bought these last Christmas for our son and he has had a blast on them. Highly recommend these skis!
If I am 5'2 115 lbs would these skis work for me???
A shopper on Jan 26, 2016
The 144cm length could work for you just fine. Neat skis too.
My son (5'5' 125 lbs) is interested in these skis for park/ pipe/ trick skiing. He currently wears a 27.0 boot. Do you have a recommendation for a binding for this situation?
A shopper on Oct 30, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Check out the Atomic STH@ WTR 12 C() Ski Bindings, they'd be a great match up for the Line Afterbang Skis. View the bindings HERE:
Do you recommend a binding for this ski or does it come with one?
A shopper on Jan 17, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Check out the Rossignol Axial3 Bindings HERE:
im 5 foot what size would i need?
A shopper on Jan 25, 2016

the 133 would be too small but you could definitely ride the 144! For more information on sizing, visit our sizing chart here:
im 5 foot 100 pounds would the 144s fit?
A shopper on Feb 28, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Yeah, they should work.
Are these comparable to the snow angels?
A shopper on Feb 27, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Yeah, they have some similarities for sure.
What the height you need to be for these?
A shopper on Jan 7, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Maybe around 4'8". What is the height of the person who is intending to ride this pair of skis?
My boot size is 355, would I be able to mount a binding that big on this ski?
Sonny G on Jan 6, 2016
No. You would shred these skis as they are the Youth model. Are you trying to create some ski-blades?
Will any binding fit?
A shopper on Dec 6, 2015
BEST ANSWER: You will want a binding with a brake width of 90mm ideally. No shorter.
im 5'6 would 144cm be a good size or too small?
A shopper on Sep 13, 2015
There is some personal choice here along with skill level and ski style. That said, you typically want to go by weight as your determining factor for sizing skis. Typically, someone 5'6" will want skis between 150 and 165 in length.
I ride all mountain skis 153 cm is it better to ride a shorter ski in the park ?
A shopper on Dec 29, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Most park skiers use shorter skis to improve control, spin, ease of rotation, etc. It's really up to personal preference. I would not recommend the Line Afterbang Shorty Skis as these are designed for a child.
What bindings would work well with these skis, and what size should they be to fit the 144cm size?
Elias C on Apr 1, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Look at Marker Griffons. They are a good price and will last a few years. You won't need a specific size.


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