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Line’s Pescado has the fattest tip you’ve ever seen and a soft, playful flex that complements its swallowtail design for the ultimate in slashy, surfy powder freeriding. These are purpose-built for the deepest days of the season – the perfect ski for big Japanese snowflalls for sure. Loads of tip rocker plus a 5-Cut Sidecut (with a blend of multiple radii) give you excellent manoeuvrability and agility in tight lines while also assisting float. These things are pretty much unsinkable and you’ll be hard-pressed to find a more playful directional powder ski on the market.
The Gloss combines attitude and aesthetic and leaves you feeling like a boss. Understated glam, underpriced tech, and an unbelievably good time. The Gloss has a confident directional twin shape, friendly C2e contour, and a forgiving flex for fierce freestyle fun. Graphics by Jen Ament bring a little mystery to a board that begs for attention.
Sizes: 140, 144
Unreal snowboarding is achievable for everyone on this award winning, asymmetric, intuitive, harmonious board and it’s earned countless awards for it’s performance and ease of riding in consumer board tests. Effortless progression with unreal artwork by Sarah King.