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Line Anthem

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Sierra Says: The same shape that many have trusted for their all around freestyle ski just got a little better. Throw in a little extra beefy Carbon Ollieband for stability and pop, and you've got yourself a killer "do-anything-steezy" ski.

Want some more motivation to ride the Anthem? Just look at the graphic. Something to aspire to.

Line Says: This 100% symmetric, center-mounted, 93mm waisted jibtastic park slayer is built like no other ski in the industry. The stable platform stomps the biggest airs for you, while its butterzone and ollieband keeps you jibbing the night away.
  Lengths: 161, 171, 178
Shape: 119-93-119
Sidecut: 18.5 (178cm)

TECHNOLOGY
• 4D Fibercap Construction
• Butter Zones
• Symmetric Flex
• Center Mount
• Symmetric Geometry
• Carbon Ollieband
• Maple Macroblock Core
• Fatty Base & Edge

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Weight: 145 lbs
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"Park fun, play everywhere" 10/19/2011
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  • Name: Line Anthem
  • Pros:  True twin, Durable, Price

Experience:   These skis are great for playing around in the park or all mountain they are big enough under foot to handle some powder too! I have rides these in all conditions except the deep stuff (I snowboard then) and they handle great. A little extra required for the edge to edge turns but that should be expected for 93mm underfoot. They do alright in choppy spring conditions.
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"Perfect Park" 11/10/2010
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  • Name: Line Anthem
  • Pros:  Wide, Sick graphics, True twin tip
  • Cons:  Needs more flex ,

Experience:   I would recommend going a bit longer then your normal ski because they will be mounted in the middle
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"Great Ski!" 10/12/2011
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  • Name: Line Anthem
  • Pros:  Buttery, Great park ski,
  • Cons:  None,

Experience:   I used this ski for 25 park sessions last season and they are still in great shape. I will always ride line skis from here on out.
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"Extremely playful ski" 1/7/2011
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  • Name: Line Anthem
  • Pros:  Very flexy, looks great, durable
  • Cons:  topsheet chips easily,

Experience:   The anthems are by far the sickest ski I have ever owned and have ridden. They are very flexy and buttery, yet still have enough stiffness to bring off large jumps and give the skis great snap. Very light for how wide they are and even though they are soft, they are not soft to the point where you can not carve, so don't let people tell you you cant carve on these cause I can carve out turns on ice all day. Also, great durability with the edges on rails. I have been slaying rails on these for over a year and the edges are still very good. The only downside is if you love the topsheet on your skis, the anthems do chip easily but whatever you should expect that with a park ski anyhow. Also, when it snows these skis are great because they are 93 underfoot and do well in soft snow even center mounted. Overall, if you are looking for a fatter, but playful and poppy ski the anthems should definitely be your choice.
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"Buttery Smooth" 11/28/2009
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  • Name: Line Anthem
  • Pros:  BIG 93mm waist, Wide enough for POW, SNOWBOARDERS for graphics
  • Cons:  none,

Experience:   The ANTHEMS are going to give you great pleasure whether you are jibbing in the park, or getting face-shots in the trees. They are the perfect size for those bluebird days when you just want to bring one pair of skis to the hill, and get the first tracks & still end up in the park after lunch. They are super stable while buttering & pressing due to their width and butter-zone. They have totally awesome graphics with snowboarders on the top-sheet. This will most likely be the next ski I own!
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"great freestylle / freeride ski for tricks" 11/28/2009
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  • Name: Line Anthem
  • Pros:  totally simetric, (sorry for the spelling), the right stiffness for ripping the mtn and park, butterzone is awesome
  • Cons:  nothing really.,

Experience:   if you do tricks and ski switch, I would get this ski or the afterbang. The anthem is a little wider though.
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"sick all around ski" 11/20/2009
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  • Name: Line Anthem
  • Pros:  durable,

Experience:   Loved my spiral anthems. The anthems keep getting better and better each year. This is a great all around ski and great in the park. They are perfect for big jumps. Best graphics too
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"sick park ski" 11/17/2009
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  • Name: Line Anthem
  • Pros:  totally symetric designed for center mounting, durable construction, great for freestyle
  • Cons:  nothing. ,

Experience:   This ski has the same flex and sidecut in front of your binding and behind it. No reason to by a directional ski and fight the design to have it center mounted. this is designed to be center mounted.

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