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  Line Men's Stepup Freestyle Park Twin Tip Skis '12 - Flat

Line Men's Stepup Freestyle Park Twin Tip Skis '12 - Flat

Line Men's Stepup Freestyle Park Twin Tip Skis '12 - Flat
List Price: $610.00
Our Price: $349.96
You save $260.04!
Model Year: 2012

Stock Status:Out of Stock
Product Code: 3414045722125


Description Technical Specs
The Line Stepup skis are a durable, responsive, and stable freestyle park ski for advanced and expert skiers looking to step it up in the park. Go bigger with confidence with Line's engineering advancements to create a NEW park ski that is ahead of it's time. The 2012 Line Stepup ski is tailored for big jumps and rails with a new Deckwall™ construction that blends the bomber durability of Skate Deck™ maple layers with the smooth, solid feel of Sidewall for reliability that will literally stomp your double flips for you. The Stepup is an extremely firm symmetrical ski. It’s got an 86mm width and new high speed Fatty Race Base for ninja-like reflexes, smooth flex & extra speed with the even power, pop, stability and most importantly durability to destroy the nastiest park features on earth. The Stepup is All Park, All of the Time.


  • SIDECUT: 113-86-113
  • RADIUS: 20.6 (181cm)
  • BINDING: None (Flat)
  • PERFORMANCE: Freestyle/Park
  • Deckwall™ Construction
  • 2 ply Maple veneers
  • Maple Macroblock™ Core
  • Symmetric Geometry
  • Firm symmetric Flex
  • Fatty RACE Base & Edge

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