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Line Blade W Skis · Women's · 2021

Line Blade W Skis · Women's · 2021

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Quick edge-to-edge turning capabilities paired with a tight turning radius make the Blade W the ultimate women's all-mountain ski. Rip up the groomers all morning long, and plow through the crud in the afternoon with the help of the large shovel, the Blade W will tackle any terrain you throw at it. No matter what you're skiing, you'll be smiling all day long while ripping on the Blade W.

Age Group
Includes bindings
Model year
Ski Type
Carving, All Mountain
Skill level
Advanced, Expert
Rocker profile
Tail profile
Partial twin tip
Waist width (mm)
All mountain
Metal, Wood
Directional Flex
Line Blade W Skis · Women's · 2021
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Nathan H
Nathan H
Verified ski expert
Reviewed Aug 5, 2022

A carver with a freestyle attitude! This is a unique ski that can be hard to classify, but it is essentially a carving ski with a more forward mount point, softer flex, wider waist width, and tighter turn radius than many of our more "traditional" carving skis. The Blade is made to rip tight, quick turns with large amounts of rebound to rocket you into the next one! It's a "Fun Carver", versus a "Race Carver". A great option for everyone from beginner to advanced skiers (who have an understanding of carving) to zip, zoom, dart, and dodge their way down the mountain! A truly unique ride!

Ethan Brown
Ethan Brown
Verified ski expert
Reviewed Aug 5, 2022

Carving trenches in any condition. Rockered tips also help for sliding, slashing, having fun all around the mountain, and of course, helping float in soft snow.