Line Honey Badger Skis 2020

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Line Honey Badger Skis 2020



The most badass park ski was inspired by a youtube video of a Honey Badger.  Honey Badgers aren't scared of anything, in fact they scare their prey -- King Cobras, Birds, Killer Bees etc.   If you're trying to get sponsored the best way to do that is by having a pair of skis that doesn't care what's about to happen next, the confidence that stems from ski 1 and 2 is a gamechanger.  

The Honey Badger is made of, you guessed it... Bamboo! For a super light and durable core that can handle hours of park laps each and every afternoon of everyday there is snow on the ground. 


4D Fibercap - A super light weight design that wraps four different layers of fiberglass around the wood core for durability.


Bamboo - Harder, Better, Faster and Stonger.  This lightweight and durable core is the perfect pairing for a cap construction ski.


Early Rise - Tip and tail early rise provide the skis with catch-free freestyle shredding, as well as effortless turn initiation regardless of snow condition. For comparison The Wallisch Pro has 12mm of rocker in the tip and tail, the Chronic has 2mm.

Additional Awesomeness

Thin Tip - An incredibly thin wood core and sidewall are placed in the tip of ski for supreme weight reduction.

Symmetric Flex - Ideal for freestyle shredding, this flex pattern is identical in-front and behind your boot. This allows the skis to easily accommodate any terrain, as well as perform equally well when skiing switch.

Fatty Base & Edge - 30% thicker edge and base give the skis bomb-proof durability!


The Line Tom Wallisch does not come with a binding. We recommend you use a binding that will accommodate your skiing needs (all-mountain, freestyle etc.). A 90 - 97mm brake width will work great make sure the release settings will work for your particular activity and skier type. Questions about what's best for you, contact an expert at

Recommended Binding: Look Pivot 14

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