Review: Line Honey Badger Skis · 2024Published on 07/27/2023 · 3 min readCurated Ski Expert Jake Renner shares his experience with using the 2024 Line Honey Badger Skis. Note that experts are not sponsored by any brands; these are their honest opinions.
The Curated Take
The 2024 Line Honey Badger Ski excels in freestyle conditions. Its light construction, 92mm underfoot, full tip and tail rocker, and camber underfoot provide easy turning and good flotation in up to 6-8" powder. Its durability, however, is questionable due to the thin tip and tail technology, potentially leading to delamination over time. Its high-speed stability is average and unsuitable for experts due to the absence of metal in the build. The ski's value-for-money proposition is higher for younger or smaller freestyle skiers seeking a versatile all-mountain ski that is easy to maneuver and perform tricks.
- Super light swingweight keeps this ski easy to spin and initiate turns with
- Full tip/tail rocker helps keep this ski feeling nimble, easy to pivot, and transition from edge to edge
- Perfect for younger progressing freestyle skiers who are relatively smaller/lighter
- Thin tip/tail tech may jeopardize durability as tips can delaminate easier
- Super light ski is not ideal for high-speed stability on hardpacked snow