The Honey Badger was introduced to replace a couple of older Line Models and to be tough as hell when it does. Everything on this ski is made to be durable from the fatty base and edges to the core to the topsheet and the sidewalls. If you're the park rider, who puts his or her gear through hell in the park, the streets or around the mountain the all new Honey Badger might just be for you.
The preferred ski of Line rider and X Games Real Ski winner Will Wesson you can be sure that the honey badger is more than capable on rails. The bombproof construction works brilliantly in the park but also if your jibbing around the resort or on your urban missions.
The 92 mm waist of the ski gives the ski versatility. The directional twin shape is as comfortable going forwards as backwards onto rails and kickers. Traditional no frills tip and tails for predictability into turns and in the park.
The Honey Badger has a strong camber with slight rocker in the tips, this offers good pop, edge grip and predictability through the turn.
The Line Honey Badger has a relatively soft flex, this is perfect for the park as it offers forgiveness on the not so perfect landings. Bamboo gives a good snappy pop.
The construction of this ski is designed to be as durable as possible. 4D Fibercap construction weaves four layers of fibreglass across the top of the ski for durability without extra weight. Bamboo a strong light and sustainable wood is used for the burly core.
Marker Squire Binding
There's a reason you see the Marker Squire in parks and on mountains around the world, the binding has proven low profile performance for park or freeriding. Featuring technologies such as a gliding stainless steel anti-friction device, the Triple Pivot Light Toe and the Hollow Linkage Heel, you can be sure that the Squire delivers on reliability. What surprises is the power transmission of the binding, despite their lighter weight the bindings can drive even wider skis. The Squire is perfect for ladies or younger, lighter riders getting into freeriding or freestyling.
• DIN Range: 3 - 11
• Recommended Rider Weight: 30 - 110 kg
• Stand Height Without Ski: 22 mm
• Toe System: Triple Pivot Light
• AFD Gliding Plate: Height Adjustable Stainless Steel
• Step-in Heel: Hollow Linkage
• Brake Width: 90 mm
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Prosíme, berte na vědomí, že vázání pro dospělé nemůže být kombinováno s lyžemi pro děti (a naopak).This item can not be shipped to the USA or to Canada
#morefunner - do we need to say more? Line took the freeski market by storm as early as 1995, picking up on the desire among skiers to simply have more fun. They saw the need for twin tip skis, and set about making it a reality. They have been on top of their game since day one and it comes as no surprise that they are backed up by one of the most star-spangled freeride and freestyle teams on the market.