Line Chronic 94

Reading Time: 2 minutes
Line Chronic 94 ski test
Line Chronic 94 ski


164, 171, 178, 185


123-94-112 @ 178


16m @ 178

Best for:

Park lovers who don’t want to sacrifice all-mountain performance.

Compare with:

Paradise Aloha Park, Head Oblivion 94, Völkl Revolt 95

 This might be the best deal in the ski test. The Chronic is designed for the demands of the terrain park with a shape that’s at home everywhere on the hill. For the park, it’s a twintip with a mirrored flex pattern in front and behind the boot, which makes it easier to ski switch. Plus it’s built tough for the inevitable abuse inflicted while sliding rails and landing big airs. A wider sidewall adheres better to the extra thick edges, the core extends into the tip and then fades into a glass-on-glass bonded region to prevent delamination, and the base is 30 percent thicker for years of tuning. For the rest of the mountain, a multi-radius sidecut makes the ski feel natural in any turn shape and the soft, progressive flex is easy to ski in all types of terrain. Not everyone will like the graphics but if you  can tolerate them, “it’s a really fun, intuitive ski that should last for years,” said Ryan Stuart.

Ryan Stuart
To top