Line's calling the Chronic Ski their freestyle "O. G. benchmark"--lightweight design meets crap-tons of pop meets bombproof materials, so you can throw yourself off of everything the park has to offer without getting bogged down, busting gear, or shorting that mandatory gap.The Early Rise tip and tail profile planes up over deep and inconsistent snow when you're chasing hits out of the park, and it won't hook or hang up so turn initiation is earlier and easier. Symmetric Flex allows you to ride forward or switch with ease. Capwall, a combination of cap and sandwich construction, combines the weight savings and responsiveness of cap construction with the edging power of sidewall construction, so you can spin like a top, slither through tight spots, and bounce off features without losing bite on hardpack and icy runs.The 5-Cut sidecut blends five different turning radii into a single sidecut shape for ultimate turn shape versatility, which means easier handling anywhere on the mountain. Line packed the inside of the Chronic with a dank blend of durable maple and hyper-poppy aspen, so you can shred hard and boost to the moon. Line finished it off with a super-speedy sintered base and burly Fatty edges, so you can take all the speed you need into big booters and have the grip to carve hard and set a solid edge.
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