Due to its ice free port and railroad connections, Narvik is a natural distribution hub of the north. Picture this industrial area covered in snow, enhanced by the surrounding stunning nature and you will see where we got the inspiration for our narvik collection. The concept consists of freestyle inspired products for skiers and snowboarders, for use in the slopes, in the backcountry or in urban surroundings. Designed with high focus on movement and style, narvik combines technical needs such as good breathability and venting possibilities, with a playful design. View the products here: norrona.com/narvik
POWDER Magazine‘s Buyers’ Guide has been a Summer staple for those educated consumers looking to buy the latest and greatest. Well turns out we here at Line make some good skis, well at least that’s what Powder says. Without further adieu, here are your 2012 POWDER Fantaday Draft Skier’s Choices for Line Skis!
Get the low down on these skis:
While most of us in the States were sweating from heatwave after heatwave, Ian Compton and friends made their way to Woodward at Copper where good times were to be had. The Line crew, which consisted of Ian Compton, Garrett Russell, Carrie Rossman and her brother Johnny, taught the finer elements of skiing such as boxes, spread eagles and nose blocks. Along with dropping some serious knowledge, the crew also gave out awesome swag including some Afterbangs!
Line rider Will Wesson sat down with ESPN for a quick interview and also dropped this sweet edit with Ian Compton from their trip to Tahoe with Level 1 Productions. Click here to read the whole thing or watch the video of Will & Ian destroying Tahoe on their Afterbangs and Chronic Cryptonites!
Yep, the LINE Traveling Circus was really good this year so Santa gave them a ticket to Europe. Follow along with news updates on their Twitter and Facebook feed as well as on the Sideshow on LineTravelingCircus.com
That’s right, it’s back! Egg Nog chugging, backyard jibs, urban rails, polar plunging and more. Every year Line MC LJ Strenio makes his triumphant return to his homeland of Burlington, Vermont to hang with friends, family and one up his break from the year before. Last year he made it to 8 days, maybe 12 this year, who knows? The one thing you should know is you’ll be entertained beyond your wildest dreams. Happy Holidays from LJ Strenio and Co.
What went down last year:
Day 6 & 7 Combo
For some background sit back and enjoy them all…
CASG Sundays I
this is Roy Kittler’s video part of “motivation” a european skimovie dropping online for free on Downdays soon.
Make sure to watch the complete movie once it’s published.
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