There are three ways to spin yourself into the future you can either wait, use a flux capacitor, or step into the Line Future Spin Ski and mob down the mountain so fast you create your own fold in the space time continuum. Number one is boring and number two requires a wild haired scientist, but number three is actually pretty feasible, given the Future Spin's light but strong maple and aspen core, traditional camber underfoot, and early rise tip. Combined, they let the Future Spin rail turns through all kinds of snow, pop off bumps, rollers, and jumps, and ride through powder like a boss. Line's hybrid Capwall technology uses a partial cap construction to keep the weight down, but features short sidewalls underfoot for increased edge hold and turning power at speed.To relieve the tip chatter that can plague early rise skis, Line used ThinTip technology, decreasing the thickness and weight of the tips to decrease vibration and boost smoothness. The tail's also raised for switch riding, and the Future Spin has a fully symmetrical flex that makes the ski behave the same whether you're riding it forwards or backwards. When you're switch, it's tough to see rocks and obstacles, but the extra tough Fatty base and edges mean tagging a rock won't be a game ender, so you can shred with peace of mind, which'll boost your gnar quotient by a factor of five.