The Blade isn't the typical freestyle ski Line is known for making--it's an aggressiveall-mountain charger built to carve trenches and blast down the frontside, as evidenced by its massive shovel and directional shape. Supporting that directional shape and bulldozer profile, Line added Titanal across the width of the ski and two additional independent pieces in the tip and tail to give it a powerful, predictable feel that won't lose composure when you're blasting through chopped crud or laying GS turns down the entire length of the mountain.
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