Line Stepup Skis w/ Look NX 12 Dual WTR Bindings

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Line Stepup Skis

Item # 8966listu13zz-line-skis
$630.00
$179.95
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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Look NX 12 Dual WTR Ski Bindings

Item # lk1nx12dw00bw17zz-look-ski-bindings
$275.00
$164.95
The NX technology is ideal for all those looking for a comfortable and easy-to-use product that is both stable and reliable.

NX 12: This year is witness to the arrival of the Dual WTR technology in this segment, thanks to the Full action toe piece. Say farewell to the “comfort, performance or safety” trade-off: enjoy the reliability and competitiveness of alpine equipment combined with the freedom of a ski touring boot.
* DIN Range: 3.5-12 * Toe Piece Type: Full Action * Toe Piece AFD Dual WTR * Heel Piece Type: NX * Heel Piece Base: 3P * Length Adjustment: 45mm * Easy Step in/Step out * Dual WTR concept * Lightness

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