LINE Line Chronic 94 Skis LINE Line Chronic 94 Skis LINE Line Chronic 94 Skis LINE Line Chronic 94 Skis
LINE Line Chronic 94 Skis LINE Line Chronic 94 Skis LINE Line Chronic 94 Skis LINE Line Chronic 94 Skis

Line Chronic 94 Skis

C$649.99 C$389.99

The OG dopest all mountain freestyle ski.

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Article number: A230300601178
Availability: In stock


Designed for all-mountain freestyle enjoyment, the Chronic 94 remains the dopest all-mountain freestyle ski. What's even doper is the adjustments Line made to this flagship ski for the 23/24 season. Complete with Bio-Resin to increase bonding within the core, new Thin Tip Technology to increase tip and tail durability, and Thick-Cut Sidewalls for added edge strength, the Chronic 94 is the beefiest freestyle ski Line has ever made. Pair these durability improvements with a refined overall shape, and you've got a sustainable ski that will feel just as good stepping up to the big jump line as it will ripping early morning groomers.



Base & Dimensions: Fatty Base™ Sintered 1.7 mm
Weight (g/ski): 1920
Flex Pattern: Symmetric
Sidecut Radius Avg (m): 16.3
Stance Back From Center (mm): -40
Ski Construction: Thick-Cut Sidewall™
Profile (tip-waist-tail) mm: 10-2-10
Edge Dimensions (mm): Fatty Edge 2.5 x 2.2
Dimensions (tip-waist-tail) mm: 123-94-117
Wood Core Material: Aspen Veener
Extra Tech &/or Geometry: Carbon Magic Fingers™



bio resin   Featuring better bonding, improved cold temperature toughness, and a 20% reduction in the carbon footprint of the resin for every ski produced, The TC 94 and 101 are the first skis we have brought to production with our new Bio-Resin technology.
Thin Tip:
thin tip   We've extended the ski core to run through the tips and tails while creating a glass-on-glass bonding area in both the tip and the tail. This gives even compaction over the tip / tail of the ski and encapsulates anything that could delaminate in a large glass-on-glass bonding region, meaning that while delaminations can always happen, this will keep the delamination from propagating to the core of the ski and limit it to edge chipping.
Thick-Cut Sidewall:

thick cut sidewall

  We've extended the amount of sidewall that stretches into the core of the ski while adding more material over the steel edges to increase the total bonding surface area. This creates sidewalls more resilient to hard edge impacts, like sliding rails.

fatty base edge

  30% thicker base & edge, 2mm wide x 2.5mm high steel edges and 1.7mm thick base dramatically increase durability and tuning life the skis.

symmetrical flex

  The same flex pattern in front and behind your boot conforms to terrain equally riding forward & backwards.



There isn't a perfect size for one's height and/or weight. The general rule is to pick a ski that is going to land somewhere between your chin and the top of your head. Pro and expert skiers may choose skis that are slightly taller than their height allowing for more speed and aggressive skiing, while beginners and intermediate skiers may choose a ski that is shorter (closer to the height of your chin) for a more manueverable feeling ski.

Skier Weight   Skier Height   Suggested Ski Length  
lbs kg ft/in CM Expert Intermediate
30+ 14+ 3'6"+ 107+ 100+ 90+
40+ 18+ 3'9"+ 114+ 108+ 98+
50+ 23+ 4'0"+ 122+ 116+ 106+
60+ 27+ 4'3"+ 130+ 124+ 114+
70+ 32+ 4'6"+ 137+ 132+ 122+
85+ 39+ 4'9"+ 145+ 140+ 130+
100+ 45+ 5'0"+ 152+ 148+ 138+
115+ 52+ 5'3"+ 160+ 156+ 146+
130+ 59+ 5'6"+ 168+ 164+ 154+
145+ 66+ 5'9"+ 175+ 172+ 162+
160+ 73+ 6'0"+ 183+ 180+ 170+
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