Devoted LINE Fans Showcase Their LINE-Inspired Tattoos!


I Am A Skier. It’s the adage we’ve been preaching for over two decades. It’s a mission statement, a manifesto, an all-encompassing sentiment that has dictated our course of action as a brand. And in many ways, it speaks to our loyal customers. Whatever may pay the bills or occupy our more pressing responsibilities, we all still identify as skiers.

And to this day, many of the dedicated legions of LINE fans have taken that dedication a step further by getting tattoos of their favorite LINE Art. Check out the gallery below and learn more about how you could win a softgoods package.



The Ski and Destroy tagline was at the core of LINE’s product line stemming from the original LINE Afterbang. The skate-inspired ski represented the rebellious element within skiing. Some of our fans took quite a liking to it as well.


#skianddestroy #lineskis #skiing #tattoo

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The LINE Step Up is an often forgotten part of LINE’s history. Stemming from the successes of the urban-focused Afterbang, we created a wider chassis for park skiing. You may remember LJ Strenio rocking these slightly oversized (at the time) park skis in Rage and Poor Boyz Films. While many people have forgotten about the Step Up, one super fan sure hasn’t; it’s tattooed on his forearm.



Eric Pollard Inspired

For years, Eric Pollard has played an influential roll in the development of modern skiing. From pioneering switch skiing in powder to the predominance of early rise, Eric’s impact on skiing is undeniable. But his art, emblazoned across the topsheets of the collection that bears his name, has undeniably resonated with many a skier. In fact, it is his art we see the most; intricate trees tattooed across arms, legs, and everything in between.

Could not be any more stoked, @jasontoothtattoo absolutely killed it on this one!

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Mountains here, mountains there, mountains everywhere. #readytorumble #nsPOTD #lineskis #ericpollard #tattoo

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@artwsz from #Poland gets some nice #ericpollard art.

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Sir Francis Bacon (2014/2015) Prismatic Tattoo
2011/2012 Opus Piece


We want to see what you’ve got! Have you taken up the needle to commemorate your love of LINE? Show us your LINE-Inspired needlework on instagram by tagging @LINESkis and #LINESkisInk. We’ll award our favorite piece with a streetwear package!