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Line Tom Wallisch Pro 171 2020

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Designed by the best, for professional performance in the park -  the Tom Wallisch Pro by Line 

Whether he’s stepping to urban kink-rails late at night or shredding perfectly sculpted park jumps, Tom steps into the Tom Wallisch Pro. With a low swing-weight, indestructible construction, and snappy feel, the Tom Wallisch Pro sacrifices nothing and handles the biggest tricks at the gnarliest features.

Riding Style
A high-performance freestyle ski for park and pipe. Ideal for rails, gaps, big features and the biggest landings. If your looking for the ultimate in park and pipe performance look no further than the Wallisch Pro.

This ski comes with a directional twin shape, the nose is a few millimetres wider than the tail with a central binding position. Thus, the ski offers the same riding characteristics forward and switch. However, due to the slightly wider nose, you get a bit more float in soft snow. At the 5-Cut™ geometry, five different radii shapes are blended into the ski's sidecut. This technology cleverly allows the skis to comfortably make different turn shapes, long, medium and short turns are all super easy.

The profile of this ski is basically a classic Camber with a slight Early Rise in tip and tail. The result is a fun and responsive ski that turns on the spot and is forgiving, even after difficult landings. 

The stiff flex provides stability at high speeds and insane amounts of control while offering you a very responsive and precise feeling with loads of pop.​

The Capwall™ construction features the best of both worlds. A cap-construction on the top for light and playful performance with a sidewall over the edge for added precision. The Maple Macroblock are 2 full-length maple stringers surrounded by Aspen for increased strength and durability. The 30 % thicker Fatty Base & Edge™, is a 2 mm wide x 2.5 mm high edge and a 1.7 mm thick base. This dramatically increases durability and tuning life of these skis.

Flat Ski Binding Compatibility

This ski does not come with bindings. We recommend a pair of bindings with a brake from 5 up to 10 mm wider than this ski. Please feel free to contact our customer service if you have a question about binding compatibility. 

Free Ski Set Mounting

If you buy skis and bindings together we can mount them for you free of charge. For further information check our FAQs.

Please note that adult bindings cannot be combined with kids skis (and vice versa).

This item can not be shipped to the USA or to Canada


  • Ideal for freestyle and switch riding
  • Playful, easy to turn and forgiving
  • Article number: 577963
  • For: Men
  • Weight: 1382 g
  • Riding Style: Freestyle
  • Riding Level:
    • Expert
    • Advanced
  • Stiffness: 8
  • Pro Rider: Tom Wallisch
  • Country of production: China
  • Base: Premium base
    Extruded: low maintenance and extremely durable, ideal for jibbers and weekend shredders
    Sintered: hard and fast, but a little higher maintenance, the best choice for powder
    Premium: highest quality and speed with carbon/graphite additives
  • Sidewalls: Cap construction
  • Length (cm): 171 cm
  • Sidecut Radius: 18.5 m
    The smaller the radius, the better the turning ability. A large radius brings a smoother ride at high speeds.
  • Nose Width: 11.7 cm
  • Waist Width: 9 cm
  • Tail width: 11.2 cm
  • Core: Maple Macroblock
  • Features: Tapered ski
  • Tom Wallisch Pro Model
  • Directional Twin shape 
  • Camber Profil with early rise in nose and tail 
  • Maple Macroblock™
  • 5-Cut™ geometry
  • Fatty™ edge
  • Sintered Fatty™ base
  • Capwall construction
  • Symmetric Flex™

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About Line

#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.