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Line Chronic Skis


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Description: Line Chronic Skis

The original o.g. benchmark of which all other freestyle skis are measured; a smart mix of the lightest and strongest materials that will handle everything you throw at it and more.

Key Features of Line Chronic Skis:
  • Lengths: 164, 171, 178, 185
  • Shape (mm): 121/92/117
  • Profile (mm): 2-4-2
  • Sidecut Avg (m): 19m
  • Stance (mm): -40
  • Weight/Pair (g): 3,596 (178cm)
  • Core: Maple Macroblock
  • Edge: Fatty Base & Edge
  • Flex: Symmetric Flex
  • Geometry: 5-Cut
  • Technology: Capwall
  • Base: Sintered


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i want to buy some chronics but i dont like the newer graphics as much as the 2014 graphic with the dragon. is there anywhere or anyway i can buy some 2014 chronics?
A shopper on Mar 23, 2016

unfortunately, we do not carry the 2014 model
hey, I have my marker squire 92, i just need to know if i buy a 110 break it will be ok. thanks! ?
A shopper on Oct 11, 2015
BEST ANSWER: You souldn't have to get a 110 break as those are pretty wide and might catch on your ski pants but most marker bindings and breaks fit fine on the Chonic. Cheers
Just curious as to the best bindings to pair with these ski?. Any help would be great.
Trevor K on Jul 23, 2016

These Line Chronic Skis have a waist width of 92mm, the best bindings will have a brake width of 100mm. Check them out HERE:
I'm 6-3 will this ski be to short?
jacob d on May 18, 2016
Much of this decision will need to include your weight, style, and skill level along with your height. That said, if you are a fairly intermediate to skilled skier these Line Chronic Skis 178mm will be great. If you are more of a beginner they may actually be a tad long.
Besides the Park, how do these skis work in groomed runs, moguls, and some fresh snow?
A shopper on Mar 18, 2016

this ski will work great on groomed runs, moguls, and some fresh pow. However, it is not a deep powder ski.
Are they good for butters?
A shopper on Mar 4, 2016
I heard these skis chip easily, I don't want them to look beaten up after a short amount of time. Is this true?
A shopper on Nov 26, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Line has been make some of the most durable skis in the freeski community. The Line Chronic Skis are meant to take a beating.
what's the flex of the chronic? cause I don't want to land all my tricks back-seat. thanks
A shopper on Oct 6, 2015
BEST ANSWER: The Line Chronic Skis are stable, especially in the the landings. A majority of the Traveling Circus rides the Chronic.
Will this line chronic ski, ski the powder?
A shopper on Sep 17, 2015
It can dapple in the powder just fine if you are fooling around. It is not a mountain deep powder ski.
Do you ship the line chronic 2016 to canada?
Mitch on Jul 5, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Unfortunately we do not ship Line items internationally. Please check out our international shipping page at for more information.