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Line Afterbang Skis


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Description: Line Afterbang Skis

The one and only lightweight ski constructed like a skate deck for an all out assault on anything in it''s way. It''s 3D Butterzones and Carbon Ollieband provide the needed flex and control for the butteriest butters and poppiest ollies in and out of the park.

Key Features of Line Afterbang Skis:
  • Lengths: 155, 166, 172, 177
  • Shape (mm): 115/88/115
  • Profile (mm): 0-4-0
  • Sidecut Avg (m): 18m
  • Stance (mm): 0 (centered)
  • Weight/Pair (g): 3,632 (177cm)
  • Core: Skate Deck
  • Edge: Fatty Base & Edge
  • Flex: Symmetric Flex
  • Geometry: Symmetric 5-Cut
  • Technology: 3D Butterzones
  • Base: Extruded


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The afterbangs are a great ski, and I got a great deal, as they are a year old.
Patty K on Jan 10, 2017
The afterbangs are a great ski, and I got a great deal, as they are a year old.
Patty K on Jan 10, 2017
I'm 5'6 and weigh 135 lbs, what size park ski would you recommend?
A shopper on Sep 24, 2016
BEST ANSWER: The Line Afterbang Skis rip in the park. The best size for you would be around 155cm.
I hate to tell you how old I am...let me say first, I'm a pretty good skier...twice a week, Squaw & North Star,155 lbs all slim trim muscle, 5'8 very athletic.
triathlons, weight lifting, running, swimming...dead lift 210 lbs, squat body the killer
I'm 78....I know...but, I'm getting through the half pipe at North a beginner, need some skis.....
I was on RTM 84' much of a fall line ski, stepped down to the 83"s

Give me a couple of ski idea's...soft and short...166 ..? 95 underfoot..? maybe I'll get some air by the time
I'm 80...and I'll give you all the credit.
Thanks, Bart
Bart P on Sep 5, 2016
BEST ANSWER: HECK YES! That's awesome to hear - keep doing it!

You're on the right track with the Line Afterbang Skis, another great park ski you should look into is the Line Honey Badger. Check it out HERE:

Enjoy the season and SEND IT!
Will the tryolia attack 13 demo bindings fit this ski?
eric B on Aug 14, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Yep. The 95mm Tyrolia Attack Bindings would fir the Line Afterbang Skis the best. Check them out HERE:
I've just started really getting into park and doing flips but the closest ski hill to me is mostly an all mountain hill with not more than a foot or two of pow but still only a few tree rails how do you think this ski would perform in this environment?
A shopper on Mar 9, 2016
BEST ANSWER: This ski performs well on trails and groomers and rips in the park. You'll be good to go!
so if i get these skis, does it come with a large pizza?
A shopper on Mar 3, 2016
BEST ANSWER: That's a great marketing idea!
I know that these skis are completely park oriented, but would you be able to get down some all mountain style slopes and still have a good time with them?
Ross K on Feb 7, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Hey Ross, yeah I think you could do that with these.
Will these skis be able to hold up on larger jumps? I don't mean 100 ft super kickers but at least 50-60 feet jumps? btw I'm pretty light 5'8" 125lbs and will probably get the 166cm
A shopper on Dec 17, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Oh yeah the Line Afterbang Skis will definitely hold up on 50'-60' jumps! The have afterbang for days with all the hammers you'll be throwing on these bad boys.