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"Seth's boot rips just like him" 10/29/2009
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  • Name: 2010 Full Tilt Seth Morrison
  • Pros:  Stiff flex and liner give insane responsiveness, rubber boot board absorbs all impacts, graphics look like no other
  • Cons:  too narrow for wide feet, not for those who like soft boots,

Experience:   The Seth Morrison Full Tilt is the stiffest boot Full Tilt has ever made. This is a good thing if you want to charge like Seth and demand the most responsive boot possible. Amazing control and power transmitted to the ski, while still maintaining all the great benefits of Full Tilt: warmth, light weight, excellent feel of the snow, easy on and off, and a natural flex that's made this boot famous forever.
"Great in the backcountry and resort" 11/28/2009
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  • Name: 2010 Line Sir Francis Bacon
  • Pros:  early taper for predictability in wierd snow, playful flex and geometry, lightweight
  • Cons:  a bit wide to be considered a groomer ski,

Experience:   I've mounted up this ski with a set of Barons and skied it quite a bit in both the backcountry and resort. The bacons tip and tail shape makes a huge difference in variable snow. Early taper = way more predictability. A fun, playful flex, light weight, and good side cut make this ski great whether touring or skiing the resort in corn, crud, or powder.
"Replace your outdated 4 buckle boot" 10/29/2009
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  • Name: 2010 Full Tilt First Chair
  • Pros:  close fitting liner and stiff tongue, easy on and off, most natural flex
  • Cons:  too narrow for wide feet, too stiff for lightweights,

Experience:   The first chair is the boot of choice for former racers and anyone who wants a nice, stiff flex. This boot is designed to be as stiff as a 4 buckle boot but won't give you shin bang. The intuition liner is the best thing out there for keeping your feet warm and giving you an amazing heat mold. You will love these boots!
"Dominate anything with the Blend" 10/29/2008
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  • Name: 2009 Line Blend
  • Pros:  The Blend is a great park ski with a freestyle flex, mounting point, and sidewalls for a damp feel. It also skis shockingly well all over the mountain. This ski dominates everything from powder filled alpine bowls to groomers. The Blend is the best ski out there for someone who is looking for a wider freestyle ski with the versatility to rip the entire mountain with the big boys.
  • Cons:  If you need a narrower all mountain freestyle ski, check out the Chronic. Want wider? Check the Bacon

Experience:  
"Prophet 90 rips the trails" 10/22/2008
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  • Name: 2009 Line Prophet 90
  • Pros:  The Prophet 90 is insanely versatile. It skis well ice at all speeds due to its metal matrix construction. It floats well in powder with a versatile 90 mm waist width. And it excels on a groomer due to its unique sidecut. I'd recommend the 90 to anyone looking for one freeride ski that does everything extremely well.
  • Cons:  If you need this same award winning type of ski in a narrower waist width, try the Prophet 100.

Experience:  
"The dope chronic park ski" 11/28/2009
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  • Name: 2010 Line Chronic
  • Pros:  ripping flex for all mountain and park, narrow width is light for getting tech,
  • Cons:  too narrow for the pow pow,

Experience:   The chronic has been my go to park ski. I ski squaw mostly, so its rare to only ski the park. This skis great all over the mountain when it hasn't snowed that day and in the spring, then it dominates the park once things get nice and slushy in the afternoon.
"Warm, comfy, and rips" 11/19/2009
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  • Name: 2010 Full Tilt Sally Womens
  • Pros:  Warmest, lightest boot on the market, easy on and off, ripping boot
  • Cons:  too narrow for wide feet, too soft for gnarly former race types,

Experience:   If you've ever struggled with cold uncomfortable feet, this is the boot for you. Completely heat moldable intuition liner, great flex, and great feel of the snow. This boot is amazing!
"The Ultimate Park Boot" 11/19/2009
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  • Name: 2010 Full Tilt Hot Dogger
  • Pros:  never ever have shinbang again, bootboard absorbs all impacts, no heal lift: great for skiing switch
  • Cons:  too narrow for wide feet, too soft for gnarly former race types,

Experience:   Simply the best park boot ever made. I skied this boot all last season and it ripped. Great flex makes shin bang extinct. Great for switch skiing and flashy like a good pair of kicks. A bit stiffer than the booter, so it still performs all over the mountain. love, love, love them.
"Skip shinbang with the Booter" 10/29/2009
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  • Name: 2010 Full Tilt Booter
  • Pros:  soft flex for no shin bang, insane switch skiing with no ramp angle, light as a feather
  • Cons:  too narrow for wide feet, not for the stiff boot wanter,

Experience:   The booter is the ultimate choice for the park skier. Believe the hype, Full Tilts completely got rid of my shin bang issues. The low profile, perfect forward lean make skiing switch so much easier. This boot is a park destroying machine, or a great boot for a lighter weight skier or just a fan of softer boots.
"70% of your body heat is lost though your head" 10/29/2008
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  • Name: 2009 Line Fresh Womens Beanie
  • Pros:  So keep it warm with this great looking hat.

Experience:  
"Wowsers" 10/29/2008
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  • Name: 2009 Line Swirley Womens Hoodie
  • Pros:  Snow is white, snow is cool, this hoodie is white, therefore this hoodie is cool. Don't forget, you'll look good too.

Experience:  
"Show your Spirit" 10/29/2008
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  • Name: 2009 Line Skier Womens
  • Pros:  You are a skier. Flant it. Hard.

Experience:  
"Look like a nascar driver with some fashion sense" 10/29/2008
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  • Name: 2009 Line Logo Pattern Hoodie
  • Pros:  Want to be covered with hot looking LINE logos. Show your style wth this hot looking hoodie
  • Cons:  You won't be cold. Oh wait, that's not a con at all.

Experience:  
"The Old New Chronic" 10/29/2008
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  • Name: 2008 Line Chronic
  • Pros:  The Chronic is great if you know it’s going to be firm out. That’s not to say the Chronic doesn’t excel in slush and mank"its stiff freestyle flex kills it. But, at 85 underfoot, the chronic has the quickness edge to edge to boost a halfpipe or rip slalom turns down a groomer. The narrow width also makes this ski a lightweight technical monster. Whether you are learning your first 360 or pretzeling out of a handrail, the Chronics got it down. I’d recommend this ski to anyone who is looking for a narrow, damp, lightweight all mountain freestyle ski.
  • Cons:  If you need something with more girth, check out the Blend. For something in a similar width that is more freestyle specific, check out the Invader

Experience:  
"Your most versatile ski ever" 10/29/2008
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  • Name: 2009 Line Prophet 100
  • Pros:  The Prophet 100 is probably the single most versatile freeride ski on the market today. It skis well in every type of condition imaginable, and is always a ton of fun. The 100 is stable at speed due to its metal matrix construction, floats great in powder due to its width, and excels on a groomer due to its one of a kind sidecut. The editors of every ski magazine in America are right about this one"the 100 is a winner. I’d recommend the Prophet 100 to anyone who is looking for that one freeride ski that does everything"and does it extremely well.
  • Cons:  If you need this same award winning type of ski in a narrower waist width, try the Prophet 90.

Experience:  
"Never turn, unless you feel like it" 10/29/2008
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  • Name: 2009 Line Mothership
  • Pros:  The Mothership is great if you like to ski really fast, through all sorts of snow conditions, in terrain where reactions need to be quick and mistakes could be disasterous. The Mothership is absolutely the best ski for this type of skiing. This ski makes straightlines to 50 foot drops taken at 50 miles an hour much less intimidating. Yet on a groomer, it can still carve, even at slower speeds, due to its innovative sidecut. The Mothership is the choice for anyone who wants a high performance big mountain ski that will allow you to crush the terrain, but not yourself.
  • Cons:  If you need more float, check out the Prophet 130. Something a bit more forgiving? How about the Prophet 100?

Experience:  
"Rahck the Pahck with the Anthem" 10/29/2008
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  • Name: 2009 Line Anthem
  • Pros:  There is one word to describe the Anthem: amazing. The Anthem is like the Invader’s big brother. It shares all the same amazing technology. It has the butter zone for sick butters and presses, a symmetrical shape and flex for absolutely crushing the park in both directions, and bomber durability. At 93 underfoot, it is the perfect width"super stable on big jumps and in sticky, slushy snow, but still responsive with icy conditions. The Anthem will make you super confident backwards at high speeds. I would recommend this ski to anyone who aspires to kill it in the park.
  • Cons:  If you’re looking for a narrower ski for firmer snow with the same park tech, check out the Invader. If you’re looking for more all mountain versatility, check out the Blend or Chronic.

Experience:  
"All Terrain Freestyle Ripper for Firmer Conditions" 10/29/2008
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  • Name: 2009 Line Chronic
  • Pros:  The Chronic is great if you know it’s going to be firm out. That’s not to say the Chronic doesn’t excel in slush and mank"its stiff freestyle flex kills it. But, at 85 underfoot, the chronic has the quickness edge to edge to boost a halfpipe or rip slalom turns down a groomer. The narrow width also makes this ski a lightweight technical monster. Whether you are learning your first 360 or pretzeling out of a handrail, the Chronics got it down. I’d recommend this ski to anyone who is looking for a narrow, damp, lightweight all mountain freestyle ski.
  • Cons:  If you need something with more girth, check out the Blend. For something in a similar width that is more freestyle specific, check out the Invader

Experience:  
"Golden spirals make you ski like a Greek god" 10/29/2008
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  • Name: 2009 Line Anthem LTD Spirals
  • Pros:  The Spirals shares the same dimensions as the Anthem. It shares all the same amazing technology. It has the butter zone for sick butters and presses, a symmetrical shape and flex for absolutely crushing the park in both directions, and bomber durability. At 93 underfoot, it is the perfect width"super stable on big jumps and in sticky, slushy snow, but still responsive with icy conditions. The Spirals will make you super confident backwards at high speeds. You'll look hot with the limited edition Spirals graphic. I would recommend this ski to anyone who aspires to kill it in the park.
  • Cons:  If you’re looking for a narrower ski for firmer snow with the same park tech, check out the Invader. If you’re looking for more all mountain versatility, check out the Blend or Chronic.

Experience:  
"Look original while slaying the park" 10/29/2008
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  • Name: 2009 Line Anthem LTD Octoland
  • Pros:  The Octoland shares the same dimensions as the Anthem. It shares all the same amazing technology. It has the butter zone for sick butters and presses, a symmetrical shape and flex for absolutely crushing the park in both directions, and bomber durability. At 93 underfoot, it is the perfect width"super stable on big jumps and in sticky, slushy snow, but still responsive with icy conditions. The Octoland will make you super confident backwards at high speeds. You'll look hot with the Ringo inspired octopuses under the sea. I would recommend this ski to anyone who aspires to kill it in the park.
  • Cons:  If you’re looking for a narrower ski for firmer snow with the same park tech, check out the Invader. If you’re looking for more all mountain versatility, check out the Blend or Chronic.

Experience:  
"Rule it all from Park to Pow" 10/29/2008
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  • Name: 2009 Line Elizabeth
  • Pros:  The Elizabeth is wide enough to float well on top of powder and slush. Its deep, snowboard style sidecut makes carving off jumps in the park, as well as just carving groomers super fun. The nearly symmetrical shape makes switch riding all types of terrain comfortable. Eric Pollard, the man behind these skis, must be some type of genius. The Elizabeths are great for a smaller person as a softer snow ski, or anyone looking for a carvy, poppy, freestyle machine.
  • Cons:  If you’re looking for a more versatile, traditional type of all mountain ski, check out the Bacon.

Experience:  
"Pollard's all mountain machine" 10/29/2008
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  • Name: 2009 Line Sir Francis Bacon
  • Pros:  The Bacon is obviously great in powder, but it also excels in snow that is funky, cut up, and firm in places. The early taper makes these skis super predictable in weird snow conditions. It is virtually impossible to catch an edge. There is enough sidecut to make quick turns in the powder in thick trees. The ski is also stiff enough for some high speed skiing in choppy snow conditions. The Bacon is also surprisingly fun in a park for a ski this wide. You can also ski switch with ease on it. I’d recommend the Bacons to anyone looking for a wider all mountain ski with a freestyle focus.
  • Cons:  If you’re looking for a more park specific wide ski, check out the Elizabeth. If powder is what you’re looking for, check out the EP Pro.

Experience:  
"Shred the Pow in Any Direction" 10/29/2008
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  • Name: 2009 Line EP Pro Model
  • Pros:  Thet EP pro turns any type of soft snow into something so fun you literally can’t stop smiling. The early rise tip and tail, early taper, symmetric and soft flex make powder jumps, open bowls, trees, and rollers so much fun. Normally, switch powder riding is extremely challenging. With the EP Pro, it is laughably easy. 180s off of cliffs, tree bonks, and butters in soft snow are so much fun. This ski comes highly recommended to anyone looking for a soft, playful, loose feeling powder machine.
  • Cons:  If you’re looking for a stiffer, more traditionally shaped powder ski, check out the Prophet 130

Experience:  
"Celebrity Mini on sale: so hot right now" 10/29/2008
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  • Name: 2008 Line Celebrity Mini Youth
  • Pros:  Know a girl that wants to be a ski celebrity? This is the ski for her. Adult quality all mountain ski with a gorgeous graphic and price.
  • Cons:  I can't think of any. Not great for water skiing?

Experience:  
"Mini Invader for this price! Unbeatable" 10/29/2008
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  • Name: 2008 LINE Mini Invader
  • Pros:  Wrestlers, hot yellow graphics, what more could a boy want? How about unbeatable all mountain performance, and durability to last a lifetime, if you could just stunt his growth. Loving it!
  • Cons:  There are no cons when wrestlers are around. Parents, listen to your kids and buy them these skis!

Experience:  
"Line Celebrity Mini - helping little girls rip" 10/28/2008
Helpful Review?   (0) Yes    (0) No

  • Name: 2009 Line Mini Celebrity Youth
  • Pros:  Built like a big kids ski: super durable, full wood core, great base, thick edges, kids will outgrow it before it will wear out. Great Value! Sick freestyle shape: wide enough for slush and crud but narrow enough for bumps and groomers Real deal kids freestyle ski: this is not a kids race skis with a turned up tail. This ski is designed from the ground up for everyone from a kid just learning to ski to today's top young pros.
  • Cons:  This is not a Junior race ski. For everyone else, it rips.

Experience:  
"The LINE Shadow is the only TRUE womens park ski" 10/28/2008
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  • Name: 2009 Line Shadow Womens
  • Pros:  The shadow is great in the park even if you aren’t the best park girl out there, but like to hit the boxes and hit some smaller jumps. The Shadow will really help your progression. It is super light so you can make it spin pretty fast. It is also meant to be center mounted, which makes it feel way more comfortable switch, balancing on rails, and spinning in the air. The freestyle flex is great, even outside of the park, and the sidecut makes it so much fun in and out of the park. The Shadow would be the best ski for any girl looking to head into the park.
  • Cons:  If you're looking for more all mountain versatility, check out the Celebrity

Experience:  
"Line Celebrity: one ski to do it all" 10/28/2008
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  • Name: 2009 Line Celebrity Womens
  • Pros:  The Celebrity is a great one ski quiver. It excels in conditions that are icy in the morning, slushy in the afternoon, or that all too rare Sierra powder day. The Celebrity is great all over the mountain in varying conditions. The construction of this ski allows for great edge hold during slalom turns in the morning. When things get mushy in the afternoon, the celebrity powers through it. The ski is so easy to turn, stable, predictable, and fun all over the mountain. I would recommend the Celebrity to any woman who is looking for her one ski all mountain solution. This is it.
  • Cons:  If you’re looking for powder check out the Pandora. Park - the Shadow

Experience:  
"Pandora: The only true powder ski for a woman" 10/22/2008
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  • Name: 2009 Line Pandora Womens
  • Pros:  What a great ski! Others claim to make a ladies powder ski, but come on, 90 under foot only cuts it back East. The Pandora cures a ladies powder skiing ills. It is exactly what is needed: wide enough for some real float, short enough for your height, forgiving, and enough sidecut to actually turn. Powder goes from a challenge to so much fun thanks to these skis. I would recommend the Pandora to all the ladies out there who want a really fun high performance ski for soft snow.
  • Cons:  If you're looking for a ski with more all versatility mountain in firmer snow, check out the Celebrity.

Experience:  
"Invader rocks the park" 10/22/2008
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  • Name: 2009 Line Invader
  • Pros:  The Invader turns the park, urban, and flatland into a playground. Every feature, big or small, becomes something to butter, press, or carve off of due to the invader’s innovative symmetric shape, flex, butter zone, and ollieband. The Invader was built from the ground up to ski the park, unlike almost every other ski out there today. It is really quick edge to edge due to its narrow waist width. The Invader is a great choice for anyone who wants to slay the park in firmer snow conditions.
  • Cons:  If you’re looking for a wider ski for softer snow with the same park tech, check out the Anthem. If you’re looking for more all mountain versatility, check out the Blend or Chronic.

Experience:  
"Invader Mini Gets Rad!" 7/16/2008
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  • Name: 2009 Line Mini Invader Youth
  • Pros:  Built like a big kids ski: super durable, full wood core, great base, thick edges, kids will outgrow it because it will last so long. Great Value! Sick freestyle shape: wide enough for slush and crud but narrow enough for bumps and groomers Real deal kids freestyle ski: this is not a kids race skis with a turned up tail. This ski is designed from the ground up for everyone from a kid just learning to ski in the park to todays top young pros.
  • Cons:  This is not the ski for junior racers. For everyone else, it rips.

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