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Blister Gear Review “Best Of” Awards

December 23rd, 2014 - Posted by danbrown in LINE Skis News, LINE Skis Reviews, Propaganda (Line in the News & Media)

We’re honored to be included in this year’s Blister Gear Reviews “Best Of” Awards! Three of our 2015 skis are featured – the Sir Francis Bacon, the Pandora & the Magnum Opus.

For those of you who might not be entirely familiar with Blister Gear Review, the collection of reviewers pride themselves on honest to goodness with their reviews – “the typical BLISTER review is around 1500 words. We will give you our honest opinion, and we will back it up with detailed analysis” boasts the site.

Read what they had to say!

The Best Playful All-Mountain Ski – The Sir Francis Bacon

“For those who like the looser, more forgiving feel of a tail rockered ski, or who want a light and playful ski to trick around the mountain.

Cliff notes version of Jason Hutchins’ reviews of the 184cm and 190cm Bacon: Of all the skis I’ve ridden, I’d call the Bacon the most versatile one-ski quiver option currently available for the playfully-minded, all-mountain skier.”

The Best Women’s Versatile Pow Ski –  The Pandora

“The Pandora is a versatile, every day ski for softer snow conditions. For a 110mm underfoot ski, the Pandora still carves nicely on piste, but is an absolute blast in fresh snow, soft chop, and more playful, open terrain.”

The Best Playful Pow Skis – The Magnum Opus

“If you’re looking for a powder ski to take out on deep days to search for natural features to spin, flip, and drag, I can’t think of a better ski for the job than the Line Magnum Opus.”

We’re a big fan of their A/B reviews too! – See their recent of the Supernatural 108.

Foam Magazine’s Gear Junkie

November 15th, 2013 - Posted by newgard in LINE Skis News, LINE Skis Reviews, Propaganda (Line in the News & Media)

The totally re-designed Pandora ski is featured in the December Holiday+Snow Issue of Foam Magazine on newsstands until January 13, 2014

On The Snow Editors Choice Award

By On The Snow
Line’s new Sick Day series has three waist width offerings (125, 110 and 95 millimeters) and are all designed for fall line skiing with a focus on weight reduction. The Sick Day 110 has no metal and features maple underfoot and aspen in the thin tips to reduce swing weight. Line’s Directional Flex includes a soft, but wide, rockered tip for float and a stiff, narrow tail for stability and control. Testers awarded it high scores for playfulness, and Dittmar called it “part park ski, but mostly All-Mountain fun machine.” “This ski is super quick edge-to-edge, lightweight and has a fun pop out of the turn and can smear when needed,” Flickinger said. Testers commented that though decent on the corduroy, the Sick Day’s strong suit is soft snow. “Thanks to terrific float and low weight, this is a good pow or backcountry tool,” Kasper added.

And don’t forget to check out OTS reviews for Prophet 98 and Pandora

Ski Union Takes a Peek at our 2013/2014 Freeride Skis

Ski Union took a look at our 2013/2014 freeride skis. From the Sick Day series to the Pandora to the Prophet series – the good folks at Ski Union like what they saw. To see the full story click here.

And click here to check out their full review of our new Freestyle skis


Line Skis Featured Online at Ski Magazine

March 5th, 2013 - Posted by sarahverde in LINE Skis News, LINE Skis Reviews, Propaganda (Line in the News & Media)

Amanda Markert, editor of Ski Magazine, skis on Line’s Pandora ski. “If you want a fast, stable, and quick turning ski that works great in powder, the Pandora will get the job done,” she says.

Line inside Powder Issue of Ski Magazine

December 18th, 2012 - Posted by newgard in LINE Skis News, Propaganda (Line in the News & Media)



The Pandora and Sir Francis Bacon Shorty are both featured in the January 2014 Powder Issue of Ski Magazine on news stands now!  Make sure to pick up copy and check out the back page for more on Line Skis!


Line gets high scores in Freeskier Buyer’s Guide

September 1st, 2012 - Posted by newgard in LINE Skis News, Propaganda (Line in the News & Media)

Molly Baker on the cover of Backcountry

October 9th, 2009 - Posted by in LINE Skis News, Propaganda (Line in the News & Media)

Landing her first cover, MC Molly Baker graces the front of Backcountry Magazine this month. Congrats to Re Wikstrom for capping the shot and Molly for putting in that nice slash on her Pandoras. Here’s the story behind the cover shot as told by Molly Baker as well as a video from the days she was up at Baker shooting:

“Yes, the sky was really this blue when Re Wikstorm and I got this shot last year at Mt. Baker in January. I flew up to Washington on a whim to meet up with Re and Grant Gunderson. Famous for world record snowfall, this place doesn’t offer many blue days. This was the first day I could see all of the peaks around the resort. Our first shot of the day after hiking an hour or so into the Mt. Baker backcountry, we worked alongside Grant and his athlete on this sunny, steep ridge. I watched the first guy go and then dropped in as fast as I could, easily pushing through the snow with my Pandora’s. It wasn’t just this time, choking on snow on a bluebird day in the backcountry, but a combination of a few days, turns, and lines, that made me quit my bartending job in Salt Lake and extend my trip for another five weeks.” – Molly Baker

Molly Baker - Backcountry

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