4FRNT Deadbolt 13 Ski Bindings
The 4FRNT team has become a significant test ground for the rise in freeskiing products. Freeskiing requires specific technology and safety features that are different than the traditional race binding.
+ Din: 4 – 13
+ Zero Ramp Angle allows neutral shin position for more effective, stable switch riding
+ Reinforced steel forward pressure track
+ Oversized AFD
+ Wider Heel peice for stability and quicker power transmission
+ Four rollers and gliding inserts in the toe piece ensures 180? release and exact centering of the ski boot.
+ Standard brake width – 96mm (wider brake available)
TOE PIECE: 180 degree release range from vertical to horizontal, vertical retention/release values are set higher allowing even the most extreme backward lean without unwanted release.
For those stepping it up in the park, we’ve stepped it up in our engineering to create a new park ski so ahead of its time we don’t even understand it. The 2012 Line Stepup ski has a new Deckwall™ construction which blends the bomber durability of Skate Deck™ with the smooth, solid feel of Sidewall for reliability that will literally stomp your double flips for you . . . as LJ Strenio tells us. It’s got an 86mm width and new high speed Fatty Race Base for ninja-like reflexes & extra speed with the power, pop, stability, smoothness and most importantly durability to destroy the nastiest park features on earth…Cha..ching!
+ Deckwall™ Construction
+ 2 ply Maple veneers
+ Maple Macroblock™ Core
+ Symmetric Geometry
+ Firm symmetric Flex
+ Fatty RACE Base & Edge
Matchstick Productions, the seven-time winner of the sport’s coveted Movie of the Year award, is pleased to announce its latest offering to skiing’s celluloid legacy. “Attack of La Niña: The Bitch is Back” will at the world famous Montbleu Casino Theater on Octomber 8th, 2011. Advanced Tickets avalible at Shoreline of Tahoe for $18.00. The doors open at 7pm and the show starts at 8pm. tons of raffle goodies, for for the whole family.
“Attack of La Niña” is a recap of one of the longest and deepest North American winters on record, served up courtesy of the worldwide weather phenomenon known as la niña. “Last winter continued to amaze us as the season went on – weather patterns relentlessly pounded the western US and Canada,” said executive producer Murray Wais. “Deep snow and epic conditions made it nearly impossible to stray too far from home, creating opportunities to go deeper into zones that we’ve explored in the past. We were able to check out some spots that we’d never even thought of as possibilities before, and the payoff was greater than we ever could have expected!”