Jason Levinthal

Category: Print

Ski Magazine article – At the front of the line

Ski Magazine Jan 2013 interview on Line’s history & the future of ski design
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Sporting Goods Business 40 under 40 award

Sporting Goods Business (SGB) award to recognize great work done by the top 40 younger people in the sporting goods industry under age 40.

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VT Business People Magazine acticle

Vermont Business People magazine wrote a story about Jason Levinthal, and his friends & families involvement in Line Ski’s first 8 years.
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POV Magazine Up & Comers Award

POV Magazine chose Jason as one of the top up and coming entrepreneurs of 1999

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New York Times Magazine Article

The New York Times article crediting Line for pioneering “the next extreme sport”. It coincidentally was the same time that Karhu skis purchased Line from Jason Levinthal. Line & Jason moved to Burlington, VT that year with the much needed financing & manufacturing to take the company to the next level.

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First published photo of rail slide on skis

Back in 1997, before people were skiing backwards, before 110+mm powder skis, when only skateboarders and snowboarders slid rails, I was on a mission to session this rail on skis. It was in downtown Albany, NY where I grew up & Jeff Winterton shot the photo that became the first ever published photo of a rail slide by a skier. I was extra stoked it was legit urban, you got to love the jeans & tee shirt. At the time I was doing everything possible to be a skier that didn’t do what skiers do.

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Newsweek Magazine article

It’s hard to believe now, that in the late 90’s skiing was so stale, that even a mainstream magazine like Newsweek felt the need to cover this story. A start-up ski company rejuvenates the sport of skiing with new twin tip skis. Double click to enlarge image & read