The SIA Snow Show in Denver, CO opens tomorrow where you’ll get to see all the latest and greatest coming out next winter season…but you won’t have to wait to see what we’ve got planned! Get a preview of what’s in stores next season NOW!
Eric Pollard with the Pescado in Bend, OR
For this year’s products, we continued to stay true to the original drive of making skiing More Funner, working with athletes & artists to deliver some of the most inspiring skis yet – the innovative Pescado, all-new promodel from Tom Wallisch, Supernatural 86 and the Honey Badger.
The Pescado by Eric Pollard
/pes.’ka.do/1. A fish that has been caught. This ski is a fish out of water! A directional surfy ski has been in the mind of EP for years. With bamboo sidewalls, Partly Cloudy Core™, a veneer topsheet with a timeless graphic, the Pescado fuses the best of surfing, art and skiing. (158-125-147 / 180cm)
Tom Wallisch with his promodel, the Tom Wallisch Pro in Austria.
The new Tom Wallisch Pro ski is all Tom. The Early Rise™ and Early Taper™ in the tip and tail create a low swing weight that is unrivaled, while its super stable Maple Macroblock core make it sturdy enough to handle any damage that massive tabletops and 30-foot closeout rails can dish out, all while being a fun and playful ski for the entire mountain. The Carbon Ollie Band™ gives it plenty of pop so skiers can launch off kickers and onto rails with ease. At 90mm underfoot and available in three different lengths (164cm, 171cm and 178cm), this ski is the perfect size to ride anywhere. Available for younger shredders is the Tom Wallisch Shorty, a full wood core ski bearing the same graphics as the TW Pro and featuring equal height tips and tails. (117-90-112)
The All New Supernatural 86
The new Supernatural 86 brings the responsiveness and stability that the Supernatural series is known for to a slimmer profiled ski. Its stable Maple Macroblock core, firm Directional Flex and centered Metal Matrix™ make this beast a solid option for a long day of frontside charging. Whether arcing turns down groomers first thing in the morning or blasting through late day crud, the Supernatural 86 can handle it all with ease.
The All New Honey Badger
The all-new Honey Badger is… well, it don’t give a sh*t! Made to be tough as nails, given a simple design, a bomber bamboo core and an affordable price – this package has the bit it needs to kick ass in the park, streets and entire mountain. The Honey Badger. (120-92-116)
See are full line-up be view the 2016/17 Catalog below!
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Fried Ice, Swiss Cheese-socks & Cold Turkey! Oh my!
Watch all your favorite films from LINE Traveling Circus Season 8 in one place! Start with Fried Ice the crew travels far & wide in China and Korea to experience new terrain, new food, & new fun followed by Swiss Cheese-socks, a jaunt thru the countryside of Switzerland & Italy – cows, pizza and other things! Return home in Cold Turkey with this Holiday Spectacular!
Ski The East’s “Spectral 7 – Making of an Urban Segment: LJ Strenio
LJ Strenio got his start filming with Meathead Films in the East Coast ski hub of Burlington, VT, continuing to appear in many of their films over the past decade. Ski The East just dropped a behind the scenes from his last season filming an urban segement.
Go behind-the-scenes with Ski The East and Level 1 Productions as LJ Strenio and Will Wesson craft their urban segments for the Level 1 movie “Less.” When a storm hits Will’s home region of central New York, the crew works hard to build shots over the course of two grueling weeks on the road.
See the full Spectral Series from Ski The East HERE.
KKMTV – EPISODE 5
Norwegian Karl Kristian Muggerud returns with his 5th episode in his series, KKMTV! Watch & enjoy!
Swiss MC Sämi Ortlieb recently sat down to talk shop with Downdays’ David Malacrida, dishing on all things skiing related in his life. Check out an excerpt below.
Sämi Ortlieb is a highly original shredder from Switzerland. In contrast to the technical masters and park rats of the Swiss Freeski Team, Sämi charts his own course between the park and the backcountry. This season he is the breakout star of Level 1 Productions’ Small World, so we snagged him for a quick chat at the High Five Festival.
Hey Sämi, what are you doing at High Five?
I’m trying to get rid of my hangover and watch some movies, and will present the Level 1 movie tonight.
Is this the first time you’ve filmed with Level 1?
Yes, it’s my first time. I’ve skied with Will [Wesson] a lot, and at some point we were thinking I should join him for a Level 1 trip. I was supposed to go to Japan but that didn’t happen, and then Freedle, one of the filmers, came to Switzerland, and that was fucking amazing. Freedle is the man. He is the most fun guy to film with, maybe not the most productive guy because he’s kind of slow sometimes. READ MORE >>
Cruise Control from Gpsy Feelin
Join LINE MC’s Leo Taillefer & Alex Chabod in the latest release from Gpsy Feelin. As TGR puts it:
From urban to big mountain, Cruise Control will have it all, with sick skiing in all arenas. Backcountry booters will definitely be a highlight; pay close attention and re-watch at 1:05 and you’ll see what I mean.
Gpsy Feelin the independent movie production will let you embark on a sensual journey of emotions featuring contemporary electronic music, that will let you lay back and switch on cruise control. This exclusive soundtrack was collaborated with the french music label Cosmonostro.
Starring: Julien Lange, Leo Taillefer, Laurent de martin, Flo Bastien, Alex Chabod, Pierre Antoine Chedal and Jules Bonnaire.
Music : The Last One from The Future Will Kill You by Walkingshoe
We want you to carve your hearts out!
Ladies & Gentleman! Boys & Girls! Get your finest gourd carving instruments sharpened and get ready to take a stab at winning the semi-annual #LinePumpkin contest!
From now until November 7th, we’ll be taking a look at all the Line Pumpkins on Instagram. We’ll want to see your best Line & Traveling Circus Logos, VanBearPigs (smelly socks and pizza boxes included), Wizard Tricks, Will Wessons & Andy Parrys… even Andy Parry’s cats can be featured on your pumpkins!
Wanna enter? It’s simple!
1. Carve a pumpkin that is related to Line Skis.
2. Take a photo of it and post it to Instagram and tag it: #LinePumpkin #LineSkis
3. Sit back and enjoy the other entries!
After Nov. 7th, we’ll take a look thru the entries and pick are favorites and send a special
View some on the entries below!
*Sorry, We’re unable to ship treats / prizes from the Line HQ to Europe. This contest is open to US Residents and Canadian residents only!
The film is available everywhere click on of the links below to get inspired (we recommend the 4k version).
MGO (this is 4k Resolution!): mgo.com/details/movie/after-the-sky-falls-2015/MMVA220448D8B6D207D37262289540F1568B
Vimeo on Demand: vimeo.com/ondemand/aftertheskyfalls
“After the Sky Falls” – Watch the Trailer!
“After The Sky Falls” captures the skiing of Eric Pollard, Chris Benchetler and Pep Fujas. Two years in the making, the film is not an epic portrayal of the sport, but instead is an attempt to relate to and inspire everyday skiers. This motion picture is not a dramatic narrative piece, it’s not a energy drink commercial, it’s not meant to make the skiers in the film into heros, it is simply a film that documents the Nimbus crew’s unique approach to skiing, and their focus on fun and creativity.
LEARN MORE: Eric Pollard’s Pro Model Collection >>
LINE SKIS & NWAC make for More Funner, More Safer Backcountry Experience
NWAC season kickoff event to be held Saturday, Oct. 10, 2015 at evo
Seattle, Wash. (Sept. 30, 2015) – Line, makers of innovative, athlete-driven skis, is proud to announce its partnership with the Northwest Avalanche Center (NWAC). As part of the partnership Line will provide ski equipment for NWAC field staff and help promote the dissemination of avalanche information and education including Snowbash, a season kickoff party held on Saturday, Oct. 10, 2015 at evo in Seattle, Washington.
“Now that Line has officially entered the backcountry ski market we want to support those individuals who work hard to inform the public about backcountry avalanche conditions,” said Line Global Brand Director Josh Malczyk, “Of course the gear people use to enjoy the backcountry is important, but nothing is more important than checking the avalanche forecast on a regular basis so travel can be as safe as possible.”
The new Line Sick Day Tourist ski, Snake Skins and Pollard Paint Brush adjustable length ski pole were chosen by NWAC for their lightweight, durability and exceptional downhill performance. It will allow the NWAC team to climb, traverse and descend easily and efficiently when performing regular avalanche assessments.
“Line’s new backcountry ski gear will help our team travel efficiently in and around avalanche terrain this winter while we evaluate the snowpack,” said NWAC Program Director Scott Schell. “Having Line’s support getting the word out about avalanche conditions for backcountry users will also be a huge step in the right direction to create more awareness of backcountry dangers.”
Join the NWAC and Line for Snowbash at evo Seattle Saturday, Oct. 10, 2015 from 5pm-10pm. Attendees will have the chance to win some new gear from Line, enjoy food from Peach & the Pig food truck, beer from Pyramid, Fremont, and Aslan Brewing and live music from DJ OCNotes. Proceeds from the event will benefit the Northwest Avalanche Center.
DYLAN SIGGERS | 2015
The prince of POV edits, Dylan Siggers, drops his 2015 season edit! The Fernie, BC local has a pretty good season hitting up spots throughout British Columbia (and VERMONT!) and the culmination, as shown above, is definitely worth a watch! Sit back & enjoy!
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